Women journalists and feminism in China, 1898-1937

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Women journalists -- China -- History -- 20th century, Women -- Press coverage -- China -- History -- 20th century, Women"s periodicals, Chinese -- History -- 20th century, Women in journalism -- China -- History -- 20th century, Feminism -- China -- History -- 19th ce
StatementYuxin Ma.
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LC ClassificationsPN5367.W58 M32 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL23919027M
ISBN 139781604976601
LC Control Number2009044170
OCLC/WorldCa463454314

This book examines how women journalists constructed Chinese feminism and debated patriarchy and women's roles in the newly created public space of print media during the period of It studies Chinese women's public writings in periodicals edited and staffed by women journalists in four major urban centers-Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing, and Tianjin at a time when urban society underwent Cited by: 5.

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In editing women's periodicals, women writers transformed themselves from traditional literary women (cainü) to professional women journalists (nübaoren) in the period of –, when journalism became increasingly independent of and resistant to state control.

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Yuxin Ma. Women Journalists and Feminism in China, – Amherst: Cambria Press, xvii, pp. ISBN (paperback). This book offers a comprehensive account of the vibrant roles of Chinese women in the development of modern journalism. Chapter 1: Articulating Female Presence: The Formation of Women’s Print Media, – Chapter 2: Suffrage Movement and Women’s Journal Discourses, – Chapter 3: Women Journalists and the New Woman: Discourse and Practices, – Chapter 4: Feminism and the National Revolution in Women’s Periodicals, – Book Reviews; Testimonials; Compare; Book Proposals; Asian Studies; Gender Studies; History; Women's Studies; Click for expanded view.

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Yuxin Ma is an assistant professor of East Asian history at the. Buy Women Journalists and Feminism in China, by Yuxin Ma (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Women Journalists and Feminism in China, by Yuxin Ma (, Hardcover) at the.

This book examines how women journalists constructed Chinese feminism and debated patriarchy and women's roles in the newly created public space of print media during the period of It studies Chinese women's public writings in periodicals edited and staffed by women journalists in four major urban centers-Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing, and Tianjin at a time when urban Author: Yuxin Ma.

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Women's journals, feminism, and the public sphere in China --Articulating female presence: the formation of women's print media, --Suffrage movement and women's journal discourses, --Women journalists and the new woman: discourse and practices, --Feminism and the national revolution in women's periodicals, --Defending women's public lives:.

This book examines how women journalists constructed Chinese feminism and debated patriarchy and women's roles in the newly created public space of print media during the period of It studies Chinese women's public writings in periodicals edited and staffed by women journalists in four major urban centers-Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing, and Tianjin at a time when urban society underwent 3/5(2).

Contents Foreword i Introduction 1 From the Late Qing Dynasty to the Early Republican Period: The Origins of China’s Feminist Movements 2 Women’s Rights Advocated by Men 2 Women’s Rights Advocated by Women 3 Women’s Public and Private Lives during the Republican Period, – 4 The International Environment and Feminism in China 6 Theories on Women’s Rights 7File Size: KB.

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The rise of modern journalism in China provided literate women with a powerful institution that allowed them articulate women's presence in the public space. In editing women's periodicals, women writers transformed themselves from traditional literary women (cainu) to professional women journalists (nubaoren) in the period of when journalism became increasingly independent of and.

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Yuxin Ma’s research interest is women’s history in modern China. Her monograph Women Journalists and Feminism in China (Cambria, ) explores how women journalists broke down the gender segregation in the public sphere and produces historical accounts of the social changes around them and in their own lives.

This book examines how women journalists constructed Chinese feminism and debated patriarchy and women's roles in the newly created public space of print media during the period of It studies Chinese women's public writings in periodicals edited and staffed by women journalists in four major urban centers-Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing.

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