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

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Lowell Dittmer, Liu Shao-chi and the Chinese Cultural Revolution ( Berkeley: University of California Press, 1974); Harry Harding, Organizing China ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1981); Harry Harding, China's Second Revolution ( Washington DC: The Brooking Institute, 1989); Richard Kraus, Pianos & Politics in China ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1989); Julia Kwong, The Cultural Revolution in China's School ( Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1988); Yen Chai-chi and Kao Kao, The Ten-Year History of the Chinese Cultural Revolution ( Taibei: Institute of Current China Studies, 1988); Xueguang Zhou and Liren Hou, "Children of the Cultural Revolution: The State and the Life Course in the People's Republic of China". American Sociological Review ( 1999) 64/ 1: Pp. 12-36.
2.
Michael Frolic, Mao's People ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1980); Harding 1981 (footnote 1); Jing Lin, The Red Guards' Path to Violence: Political, Educational, and Psychological Factors ( New York: Praeger, 1991); Anne Thurtson, "Victims of China's Cultural Revolution". Part 1, Pacific Affairs ( Winter 1984/1985) 57: Pp. 599-620; Anne Thurtson, "Victims of China's Cultural Revolution". Part 2, Pacific Affairs ( Spring 1985): Pp. 5-27; Anne Thurston, Enemies of the People ( New York: Knopf, 1987); Anne Thurston, "Urban Violence during the Cultural Revolution". Pp. 149-174 in Jonathan N. Lipman and Steven Harrell (eds.) Violence in China ( Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990); Yen and Kao 1988 (footnote 1).
3.
Gordon White, The Politics of Class and Class Origin ( Contemporary China Centre, The Australian National University, 1974).
4.
Yen and Kao 1988 (footnote 1).
5.
Dittmer 1974 (footnote 1); Harding 1981 (footnote 1); Lin 1991 (footnote 2); Thurston 1987 (footnote 2); Thurston 1990 (footnote 2); Yen and Kao 1988 (footnote 1).
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Dittmer 1974 (footnote 1); Harding 1981 (footnote 1); Lin 1991 (footnote 2); Thurston 1987 (footnote 2); Thurston 1990 (footnote 2); Yen and Kao 1988 (footnote 1).
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Norman Denzin, Childhood Socialization ( San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1977).
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Glen H. Elder, Children of the Great Depression ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1974).
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Elizabeth Vaughan, Community under Stress ( Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1949).
10.
Erving Goffman, The Presentation of Self( New York: Doubleday, 1959).
11.
Alvin Gouldner and William Peterson, Notes on Technology and the Moral Order ( Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1961), p. 43.
12.
Donald Hansen and Reuben Hill, "Families under Stress". Pp. 695-723 in Harold Christensen (ed.) The Handbook of Marriage and the Family ( Chicago: Rand McNally, 1964).
13.
Lu Xinhua et al., (trans. Geremie Marme and Bennett Lee) The Wounded ( Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Company, 1979).
14.
Lu 1979 (footnote 13).
15.
Richard Kraus, Class Conflict in Chinese Socialism ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1981); Jonothan Unger, Education under Mao ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1982), p. 122; White 1974 (footnote 3).
16.
Ted Tapper, Political Education and Stability ( London: John Wiley, 1976).

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