Chinese Families in the Post-Mao Era

  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 expand sectionOne  INTRODUCTION: The Impact of Post-Mao Reforms on Family Life

 collapse sectionPART ONE  HOUSEHOLD STRUCTURE
 expand sectionTwo  Urban Families in the Eighties: An Analysis of Chinese Surveys
 expand sectionThree  Urban Households: Supplicants to a Socialist State
 expand sectionFour  Geography, Demography, and Family Composition in Three Southwestern Villages
 expand sectionFive  Family Strategies and Economic Transformation in Rural China: Some Evidence from the Pearl River Delta

 collapse sectionPART TWO  MARRIAGE
 expand sectionSix  Family Strategies and Structures in Rural North China
 expand sectionSeven  Reconstituting Dowry and Brideprice in South China
 expand sectionEight  Wedding Behavior and Family Strategies in Chengdu

 collapse sectionPART THREE  CHILDBEARING
 expand sectionNine  The Peasantization of the One-Child Policy in Shaanxi
 expand sectionTen  Cultural Support for Birth Limitation among Urban Capital-owning Women

 collapse sectionPART FOUR  HARDSHIP AND DEPENDENCIES
 expand sectionEleven  Strategies Used by Chinese Families Coping with Schizophrenia
 expand sectionTwelve  Settling Accounts: The Intergenerational Contract in an Age of Reform

  CONTRIBUTORS
 expand sectionBIBLIOGRAPHY
 expand sectionINDEX

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