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by P.J. Bailey

ISBN: 0748602186
ISBN13: 978-0748602186
Language: English
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press (March 7, 1991)
Pages: 250
Category: Historical Study and Educational Resources
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Reform the people: Changing attitudes towards popular education in early twentieth-century China. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press. Beijing Translation Office. In L. Stone (E., Schooling and society: Studies in the history of education (p. 77–191). Baltimore, ML: Johns Hopkins Press.

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Volume 52, Issue 2. May 1993, pp. 433-434. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1991.

Reform the People: Changing Attitudes Towards Popular Education in Early Twentieth Century China. Bailey, Paul (Published). In Annual Bulletin of Historical Literature, vols 75-94 (1991-2010). Laybourn, K. Wiley-Blackwell. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Gimpel, . Nielsen, B. & Bailey, P. J. (2012). Creative Spaces: Seeking the Dynamics of Change in China. Bailey, Paul J. (2018). Othering the Foreign Other in ury Chinese Women's Magazines. In Women and the Periodical Press in China's Long Twentieth Century.

Bailey, Paul 1990 Reform the People: Changing Attitudes towards Popular Education in Early Twentieth- Century China. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

Bailey, Paul 1990 Reform the People: Changing Attitudes towards Popular Education in Early Twentieth- Century China. Bakken, Børge 2000 The Exemplary Society: Human Improvement, Social Control, and the Dangers of Modernity in China. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bryant, Rebecca 2001 An Aesthetics of Self: Moral Remaking and Cypriot Education. Comparative Studies in Society and History 43(3):583–614. Chaffee, John W. 1995 The Thorny Gates of Learning in Song China: A Social History of Examinations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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changing attitudes towards popular education in early twentieth-century China. Published 1990 by Edinburgh University Press in Edinburgh. History, Educational change, Education, Popular education. Includes bibliographical references (p. -291) and index.

20th Century History: C 1900 To C 2000. Paul J. Bailey is Reader in East Asian History at the University of Edinburgh. Marxism & Communism. 22% off. China in the Twentieth Century. Historical Association Studies. He formerly taught at Lingnan College, Hong Kong and the University of Durham, England. His previous publications include Postwar Japan: 1945 to the Present (Blackwell, 1996), Strengthen the Country and Enrich the People: The Reform Writings of Ma Jianzhong 1845-1900 (1998) and Reform the People: Changing Attitudes to Popular Education in Early Twentieth-century China (1991).

This is an intellectual history of the early years of popular education which also discusses how ideas were put into practice. One of the main areas of change during China's transition from imperial monarchy to republic was in popular education. After 1900 Chinese educators began to stress the importance of educating all the people rather than training an elite for government service. Associated with popular education was an attempt to `reform' people's customs and behaviour thought to be decadent and backward, so setting the foundations of post-1949 Communist China. The book describes the setting up of day-schools, vocational schools and public libraries, and the attempts to encourage a hard-working, disciplined and public-spirited citizenry. The study concludes that there was an essential continuity in educational thought and practice that spanned the two political systems.
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