Lecture 3_Aug 5_ANT148A 2009

Lecture 3_Aug 5_ANT148A 2009 - ANT148A: Culture and...

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ANT148A: Culture and Political Economy in Contemporary China Summer Session II 2009 Gowoon Noh (Dept of Anthropology, UCD)
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Lecture Outline <Land Reform and Collectivization in Rural China> I. In-class quiz 1 II. People’s Commune III. The Cultural Revolution IV. The Consequences of these movements
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In-class quiz 1 1. Which province of China is Chen village located in? 2. During the Four Cleanups campaign, a workteam in Chen village used several strategies in order to investigate its situation. Among them, what is “sinking roots and linking up”? 3. ________ __________ is a term to call the youth who were sent to countryside as the revolutionary force during the cultural revolution?
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1. Why did the Chinese leaders want to make Communes? a. To eliminate private ownership: because private ownership seemed to be the evil against communism. b. Mobilization of population and labor seemed to be more efficient way to produce.
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Lecture 3_Aug 5_ANT148A 2009 - ANT148A: Culture and...

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