New Haven. Yale. 1989. Stock ID #160304
xxiv + 378pp, index, glossary, references, notes, dustjacket spine sunned, remainder mark lower edge, foxed edges, a good hardback copy otherwise. "When peasants live in complex agrarian societies with distinct hierarchies of power, how much are they able to shape their world? In this socioeconomic, political, and anthropological history, Helen F. Siu explores this question by examining a rural community in Guangdong Province from the late 19th century to the present, analysing its power structure and intricate cultural interweaving during a time of unprecedented social upheaval." Publisher's description. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 160304).
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