Drowning Girls In China

Author: D. E. Mungello
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 0742557324
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This groundbreaking book offers the first full analysis of the long-neglected and controversial subject of female infanticide in China.

The Catholic Invasion Of China

Author: D. E. Mungello
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 144225050X
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The culmination of D. E. Mungello’s forty years of study on Sino-Western history, this book provides a compelling and nuanced history of Roman Catholicism in modern China.

Western Queers In China

Author: D. E. Mungello
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1442215585
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He pursued research in Europe and China and published several books on the
early intellectual contacts between Europe and China while specializing in the
history of Christianity in China. In 1979 in Germany he founded the Sino—
Western Cultural Relations Journal. In his previous book, Drowning Girls in
China: Female Infanticide since 1650, he examined the neglected and politically
sensitive historical plight of infant girls in China. He has published articles in a
wide range of ...

The Great Encounter Of China And The West 1500 1800

Author: D. E. Mungello
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1442219777
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After obtaining his doctorate at the University of California at Berkeley, he
focused on Sino— Western history. He pursued research in Europe and China
while special— izing in the history of Christianity in China. In 1979, in Germany,
he founded the Sino- Western Cultural RelationsJournal. His recent books have
examined the more neglected and sensitive areas of Sino—Western history,
including Drowning Girls in China: Female Infanticide since 1650 (2008) and
Western Queers in ...

The Oxford Handbook Of Gender Sex And Crime

Author: Rosemary Gartner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199397295
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Drowning Girls in China: Female Infanticide Since 1650. Lanham, MD: Rowman
& Littlefield. Munro, Emily, and Esmeranda Manful. 2012. Safeguarding Children:
A Comparison of England's Data with that of Australia, Norway and the United
States. DFERR198. London: Department for Education. Nordlund, Johanna, and
Hans Temrin. 2007. “Do Characteristics of Parental Child Homicide in Sweden Fit
Evolutionary Predictions?” Ethology 113:1029–37. Norman, Rosana, Richard ...

Asien

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Political change in China. Comparisons with Taiwan, Boulder/Colo.: Lynne
Rienner, 2008 Menzies, Gavin, 1434, the year a magnificent Chinese fleet sailed
to Italy and ignited the Renaissance, New York: William Morrow & Co., 2008
Meyer, Michael, The last davs of old Beijing. Life in the backstreets of a city
transformed. New York: Walker & Co.. 2008 Mungello, D.E., Drowning girls in
China. Female infanticide since 1650, Lanham/Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008
VR CHINA Alden, ...

China Past And Present

Author: Edward Harper Parker
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From the language used, it appears that the practice was common among the
Manchus as well as the Chinese, but there is strong reason to believe that this
was not female infanticide as we now find it: in 1659 the first emperor, on the
proposition of a censor, had already forbidden the practice of drowning girls in
Kiang Si, Kiang Nan, and Fuh Kien provinces, besides expressing a fear that the
evil custom must also exist elsewhere : if it had existed at Peking, he would have
said so.

Die Wittelsbacher Und Das Reich Der Mitte

Author: Renate Eikelmann
Publisher: Hirmer Verlag
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Wiesbaden 1985 Mungello 1994 David E. Mungello: The Chinese rites
controversy. Its history and meaning (Monumenta Serica Mo- nograph Series, 33)
. Nettetal 1994 Mungello 2008 David E. Mungello: Drowning girls in China:
Female infanticide since 1650. Lanham 2008 Navarra 1901 B[ runo] Navarra:
China und die Chinesen. Auf Grund eines 2ojähr[igen] Aufenthaltes im Lande
der Mitte. Bd. I. Bremen 1901 Nebel, Stiebel 2008 Eva-Katharina Nebel. Nicole
Stiebel: Chinesische ...

Drowning Daughters

Author: Michelle Tien King
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ISBN: 9780549167907
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This study historicizes the practice of female infanticide in China, comparing writings from Chinese and Western observers in the late nineteenth century.

Women S International Network News

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Nothing but murder or deliberate neglect can explain why in some communes
just 200 girls survive out of every 500 children born, although China's 1982
census shows that the number of girl babies at birth is only marginally less than
boys." "These figures reported in China Youth Daily, highlight the resurgence of
female infanticide, usually by abandonment or 1 exposure 1 , but sometimes by
drowning. It is another of China's traditional practices, such as prostitution and
arranged ...