Marginalization and Social Welfare in China

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Index

a
accumulation model, urban relief 125 -6
Adoption Law 122 -3
age dependency ratio 175
agricultural producers cooperatives 184
agriculture:
collectives 2 , 39 , 143 , 146 , 162 -3;
entrepreneurship 193 ;
fupin farms 101 ;
household contracting 2 , 46 -7, 63 -4;
production 62 , 64 ;
for subsistence 29 - 30 , 31 ;
tax exemption 100
All-China Federation of Trade Unions 124
almshouses 34
Amity Foundation 134
ancestor worship 28
Anti-Japanese War 31
army personnel 46 -7;
see also soldiers
Australian aid 108
authoritarianism, social stability 30 , 142

b
barefoot doctors 169
beggars 56 , 97 , 122
Beijing, community services 128 -9
Bell, D. 11
Beveridge, William x
birth planning policy 70 , 172 -4
Blind Persons Welfare Association 51
boys' status 27 , 166 , 173
Britain, social welfare 12 - 13 , 24 , 71 -2
Buddhism 29 , 41
bureaucracy 14

c
cadres 103 , 153 , 183
Canadian Development Agency 108
care and support contracts 98
Caritas Hong Kong 134
cash subsidies 192
Castles, F.G. 10
Chan, C.L. W. 6
Chan, A. 172 , 211
charity 8 , 29 , 35 , 41 , 135
Chen Sheying 7 , 146
Chen Suping 103
Chen Yi 51
Chen Yun 102
Chengdu City, Sichuan 102
child care 165
children:
abandoned 118 , 122 -3, 173 -4;
disabled 118 ;
infanticide 70 , 173 ;
sex ratios 173 ;
sold 56 ;
unregistered 175 -6
children's homes 49 , 118 , 173 -4
China Charity Federation 80 , 132 , 135 , 155 , 201
China Disabled Persons Federation 133
China International Famine Relief Commission 38
China Research Centre on Ageing 177 -8
China Youth Development Foundation 135
Chinese Sociological Association 168
Chow, N.W.S. 6 , 7
Christianity 29 , 37 -8
citizenship, women 36
citizenship thesis, social rights 13
civil affairs departments (CADs):
administration/management 45 -6, 140 -1;
communism 43 -4;
Cultural Revolution 53 -4, 55 -6;
disabled soldiers homes 89 ;
expenditure 149 -52;
funding 153 -4;
post- revolution 49 - 50 ;
poverty alleviation 101 ;
residential homes 55 ;
social security 46 -9;
social welfare 21 , 43 , 44 -9, 113 -14, 139 -43;
socialist construction phase 52 -5;
socialist transformation phase 50 -2;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figure viii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiv
  • 1 - Chinese Socialism and Social Welfare 1
  • 2 - The Culture of Welfare 24
  • 3 - Social Welfare in the First Three Decades 43
  • 4 - The New Welfare Challenge 62
  • 5 - Welfare for Veterans and Peasants 84
  • 6 - Urban Welfare and Mutual Aid 113
  • 7 - The Role of the State 137
  • 8 - Utilitarian Chinese Familism 158
  • 9 - The Collective Canopy 182
  • 10 - Conclusion 205
  • Bibliography 215
  • Index 237
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