Children of the Cultural Revolution: Family Life and Political Behavior in Mao's China

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Notes
1.
Richard Kraus, Class Conflict in Chinese Socialism ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1981).
2.
Kraus 1981 (footnote 1).
3.
Kraus 1981 (footnote 1), Pp. 35-38.
4.
Donald Klein and John Israel, Rebels and Bureaucrats: China's December 9ers ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1976); John Israel, Student Nationalism in China, 1927-1937 ( Stanford: Hoover Institution Publications, 1966); Hong Yung Lee, From Revolutionary Cadres to Party Technocrats in Socialist China ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991).
5.
Lee 1991 (footnote 4), Pp. 31-33.
6.
Lee 1991 (footnote 4), Pp. 31-33.
7.
Lee 1991 (footnote 4), Pp. 31-33.
8.
Franklin Houn, "The Eighth Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party". American Political Science Review ( June 1957) 51/2: Pp. 392-404.
9.
Robert North and Ithiel Pool, Kuomintang and Chinese Communist Elites ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1952).
10.
See Robert Scalapino, The Transition in Chinese Party Leadership. Pp. 67-148 in Robert Scalapino (ed.) Elites in the People's Republic of China ( Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1972); Derek Waller, The Evolution of the Chinese Communist Political Elites, 1931-1956. Pp. 41-66 in Robert Scalapino (ed.) Elites in the People's Republic of China (ed.) Robert Scalapino ( Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1972).
11.
Helen Siu, Agents and Victims in South China ( New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989), p. 124.
12.
Siu 1989 (footnote 11), Pp. 122-123, 125.
13.
See Zhang Zhenglong, Xuebai Xuehong ( Beijing: PLA Publishing House, 1989).
14.
Lynn White, Politics of Chaos ( Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989), p. 183.
15.
Library Section, The Institute of Philosophy, China Social Sciences Academy, Sanshinian Jieji he Jiejidouzheng Lunwen Xuanji (Selected Works on Class and Class Struggle for the Past 30 Years) ( Beijing: China Social Sciences Academy, 1980), p. 693.
16.
State Statistical Bureau, Zhongguo Tongji Nianjian 1981 (China Statistical Yearbook 1981) ( Hong Kong: Jingji Daobaoshe, 1982), p. 181.
17.
Kraus 1981 (footnote 1), p. 80.
18.
Kraus 1981 (footnote 1); Yen Chai-chi and Kao Kao, The Ten Years History of the Chinese Cultural Revolution ( Taipei: Institute of Current China Studies, 1988).
19.
Susan Shirk, Competitive Comrades ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982), Pp. 15, 65, 71, 161; Jonathan Unger, Education under Mao ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1982).
20.
John Emerson, "Manpower Training and Utilization of Specialized Cadres, 1949-1968". Pp. 183-214 in John Lewis (ed.) The City in Communist China ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1971); John Gardner, Educated Youth and Urban-Rural Inequalities, 1958-1966. Pp. 235-286 in John Lewis (ed.) The City in Communist China ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1971); Stanley Rosen, Red Guard Factionalismand the Cultural Revolution in Guangzhou

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Notes 10
  • 2 - The Political Status System 13
  • Notes 20
  • 3 - Job Ranking and Social Classes 23
  • Notes 38
  • 4 - Class and Caste 41
  • Notes 47
  • 5 - Family Life and Political Behavior in Pre-1966 China 49
  • Notes 61
  • 6 - The Upper Caste Middle Class 63
  • Notes 80
  • 7 - The Upper Caste Lower Class 82
  • Notes 90
  • 8 - The Lower Caste 91
  • Notes 102
  • 9 - Class, Caste and Political Behavior in China 103
  • Notes 110
  • Appendix Notes on Methodology 112
  • Notes 118
  • Bibliography 119
  • Index 129
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