Agents and Victims in South China

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Agents and Victims in South China – When peasants live in complex agrarian societies with distinct hierarchies of power, how much are they able to shape their world?

In this socio-economic, political, an anthropological history, Helen Siu explores this question by examining a rural community in Guangdong Province from the late nineteenth century to the present.

 


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