1989 Fiscal Year Final Research Report Summary
The Urbanization and Modernization of Chinese Villages in Historical Perspectives
Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey.
|Allocation Type||Single-year Grants |
|Research Institution||Kansai University |
ISHIDA Hiroshi Professor, Faculty of Ecanomics, Kansai University, 経済学部, 教授 (70148493)
凌 耀初 上海社会科学院, 部門経済研究所・農村経済研究室, 副主任
莫 建備 上海社会科学院, 部門経済研究所・農村経済研究室, 副主任
謝 自奮 上海社会科学院, 部門経済研究所, 副所長
FUKAO Yoko Assistant, Faculty of Chinese, Osaka University of Foreign Studies, 中国語学科, 助手 (20193815)
KAWAI Satru Associate Professor, Faculty of Ecanomics, Fukuyama University, 経済学部, 助教授 (80177633)
XIE Zi-fen Vice-head of the Institite of Sectorial Economics, The Shanghai Academy of Socia
MO Jian-bei Vice-head of Study of Rural Economics, The Institite of Sectorial Economics, The
LING Yao-chu Vice-head of Study of Rural Economics, The Institite of Sectorial Economics, The
|Project Period (FY)
1988 – 1989
|Keywords||Rural Community / Rural Economy / Traditional Village Society / Peasants / Socialistic Reform / Collectivization / Urbanization / Indusrialization|
In succession of the pre-survey carried in August 1988, we two of members proceeded to the main survey in Feng-xian county of Shanghai surburbs. The work was done in cooperation with the members of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences.
The survey is composed of two subjects. One is finding official documents and the other is putting questions to peasants. First we succeeded in collecting such official records, as records of Land Reform offered by the house of documents at Feng-xiancounty and household registers offered by Safe Guard Bureau of Shanghai city. Secondly we asked peasants, who lived in five natural villages of Tang-jia village, questions on the socioeconomic changes from pre-revolutional period till today. The items qestions are family composition, labour force composition, farm household economy, the way of farm management, family income, working condition, social status, educational condition, marriage condition, social network of peasantsp, etc.
The date collected mentioned above made it possible to analyse how a rural community of Shanghai suberbs experienced political movements as Land Reform and Socialistic Reform. We are now in analising to make it cleare if those political movements carried after revolution couldfundamentally change the traditonal raral communities in China.
Research Products (18 results)