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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新27卷第4期 >  梁啟超與胡適的女性概述及其比較初探

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    Title: 梁啟超與胡適的女性概述及其比較初探
    Other Titles: Liang Qichao and Hu Shih: Two Disxourses on Women
    Authors: 許慧琦;Hui-chi Hus
    Date: 1997/12
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1997,new,27,n.4,p423.
    Keywords: 女性
    Abstract: As a result of the initiation, support and participation of some liberal-minded men, modern Chinese women's movement was able to get off the ground and had itself sustained. During the last years of the Qing Dynasty and the early days of the Republic, some of the major concerns of the Chinese intellectuals seemed to be the integrity of the nation and the survival of its people. A lot of thought was given to ways of reversing the deteriorating situation of the time. Education for women and abolition of foot-binding were among the priorities. As a consequence, many women were able to receive education. And the importance of women's rights thus dawned upon them, paving the way for a healthy growth of a women's movement.
    This articles focuses on two important liberalsiang Qichao and Hu Shih -as representatives of their respective generations (the Late Qing and the early Republican eras). Through an investigation of their views on women and the solutions offered by the two thinkers, I wish to look at how they address women's issues. Specifically this paper provides a textual analysis of Liang's and Hu's essays on women and concentrates on some of the salient features of their writings on women. I hope this approach is helpful in highlighting the impact of their discussions of Chinese women and the significance of such discussions in men's overall deliberations on such general concerns as nation and community. I hope, too, that some light could be thrown on the limitations such views impose on women as well as potential breakthroughs.
    Key Words: Liang Qichao, Hu Shih, female discourse, women's right movement
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=173
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