2 edition of Understanding Chinese families found in the catalog.
Understanding Chinese families
C. Y. Cyrus Chu
Includes bibliographical references (p. 274-288) and index.
|Statement||C.Y. Cyrus Chu and Ruoh-Rong Yu|
|LC Classifications||HQ686 .C48 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||2010277872|
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This book provides the reader with a comprehensive introduction to the distinguishing features of Chinese families. This first full scale study seeks to understand Chinese families within the Chinese social context and draws comparisons with existing western theories and models of the family.
This first full scale study seeks to understand Chinese families within the Chinese social context and draws comparisons with existing western theories and models of the family. It also explores the connection between two Chinese societies across the Taiwan Strait and investigates if the unique features of Chinese families can be applied to broaden the scope of family.
This book discusses the shape of the Chinese family from many different angles, including family size, marriage, reproduction, the division of household duties between couples, investment in childhood education and living arrangements and financial management from generation to generation.
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The head of the household was the grandfather or eldest male. Once the grandfather died, the children divided the household and made their own homes.
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