Children of China: Voices from Recent Years

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Knopf, 1988 - Social Science - 309 pages
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This book is the compilation of information gleaned from extensive interviews conducted by the author in 1979 and again in 1984, including hundreds of Chinese children. Singly and in groups, in school, at play, and at home, she talked with boys and girls ranging in age from six to sixteen, from many different backgrounds, and of startlingly different attitudes. The resulting book provides a rich understanding of the childhood experience in contemporary China.

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Out of her conversations with 130 mostly urban school children, scholar and teacher Chin (religion, Wesleyan) has woven a colorful tapestry showing what it is like to grow up in China today. The ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
A Backdrop for
15
Creators of Bursting Colors
48
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Chin teaches in the history department at Yale.

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