Lecture 4

Lecture 4 - Identity of Ning Lao T'ai T'ai Family values occupation(destiny and fate gender/family From this book what is the problems of China

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Identity of Ning Lao T’ai T’ai: Family values, occupation, ( destiny and fate) , gender/family, From this book, what is the problems of China: Opium, drug problem o Her own personal history, lives impacted by opium, 19 th -20 th century o Human trafficking, prostitution, children o Uneducated unwillingness to change o Class stratification, gap between the haves and the have nots What are the roles of “fate” and “human agencies”? o She is amazingly active Begging Constantly outside compound not sitting back Constant talk about fate as if More her way of explaining the bad things, only when something bad happens she talks about fate What is the difference between Family and Daughter of Han o Family Breaking away from tradition POV of kids, want to break out of tradition, didn’t understand this world of tradition. Don’t know what it’s like, big gap between kids and adults.
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course HILD 100 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '11 term at UCLA.

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Lecture 4 - Identity of Ning Lao T'ai T'ai Family values occupation(destiny and fate gender/family From this book what is the problems of China

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