Consistency and Change Essay by Master Researcher

Consistency and Change
This paper reviews the account of a Chinese woman who describes three generations of untypical Chinese females.
# 87800 | 2,250 words | 1 source | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures) , Women Studies (Culture)

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This work notes the themes of consistency and change over three generations of Chinese females in an unconventional, by orthodox model standards set forth in the 1950s, family unit. The paper portrays how in the family discussed, the woman have maintained a consistent stance in a strong gender position, while the attitudes and laws in society have slowly shifted away from stereotypes of women being weak and inferior.

From the Paper:

"In terms of the Orthodox model of family and marriage as crafted in the 1950's image, my family is one that has never truly followed that path in three sequential generations of strong and focused women. I am the sole child of my mother and father, born and raised in China. Divorced at an early age, my mother took on the responsibility of a parent and a primary supplier for all of needs necessary in a strong family unit."

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