Guide to Women's Studies in China

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Topical Index
Note: Individual citations are keyed by record number. Hong Kong is HK.ancient history
Cao Dawei, 1997 #483; Gao Shiyu, 1997 #482; Li Youning, 1981, 1988 #371; Liu Weimin, 1975 #251; Liu Yongcong, 1991 #260; Zhou Xun, 1988#102
arts
Dai Jinhua, 1995 #442; Dai Zheng, 1992#124; Du Fangqin, 1993 #373; Gao Shiyu, 1988 #109; Liu Fangru, 1988 #132; Liu Huating, 1984 #118; Xue Weiwei, 1988 #96; Yin Wei, 1991 #123; Zang Jian, 1992 #61
beauty
Gao Lin, 1994 #381; Kang Zhengguo, 1988 #85; Liu Ming, 1990 #62; Liu Yongcong, 1990 #255; Liu Yongcong, 1991 #260; Liu Yongcong, 1992 #261; Xing Zhikang, 1996 #465.
bibliography
Bao Jialin ( Pao Chia-lin), 1991-93 #40; Cheung, 1987 #170; Cheung, 1991 #172; Li Benhua, 1989 #119; Li Hong, 1991 #69; Li Youning, 1981, 1988 #371; Liu Yongcong, 1994 #265; Xiong Yumei, 1992 #112
biography
Cheng, 1976 #161; Cheng Shuqi, 1995 #361; Du Fangqin, 1993 #373; Guo Licheng, 1989 #128; Hu Wenkai, 1985 ( 1957) #107; Huang Yuese, 1988 #222; Huang Yuese 1988 #223; Huang Yuese 1989 #224; Huang Yuese, 1989 #225; Huang Yanli, 1990 #229; Huang Yanli, 1991 #230; Jiang Hongbin, 1987 #111; Jiang Longzhao, 1989, 1992 #121; Liu Huating, 1984 #118; Liu Zhonglu, 1995 #419; Lu Xing'er, 1992 #370; Ma Zhaozheng, 1988 #140; Qi Wenying, 1995 #421; Su Ping, 1990 #137; Wei Guoying, 1995 #428; Wei Yuchuan, 1990 #135; Women's Federation, 1990 #142; Xie Wuliang, 1979 #125; Xue Weiwei, 1988 #96; Yang Buwei, 1967 #127; Yin Dengguo, 1990 #120; Yin Wei, 1991 #123
business management
Chow, 1984 #178; Francesco, 1983 #190; Ho, 1976 #195; Ho, 1981 #196; Ho, 1983 #198; Liang Xiang, 1995 #363; Ting-Chau, 1980 #309; Yang Mianmian, 1995 #367; Zhu Meihua, 1995 #360
children
Bu Chunlin, 1984 #70; Cao Dawei, 1997 #483; Chan, 1984 #156; Chung, 1972 #180; Devoy, 1972 #181; He Yongzhong and Wu Guoju, 1995 #439; Hong Kong, 1970 #179; Hong Kong,

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