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Marriage Revolution And Revolutionary Marriage Marriage And Family Relationship Adjustment In Literary And Artistic Works Of Liberated Areas

Posted on:2014-01-05Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:H WangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2247330398486590Subject:Literature and the media
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The revolution led by the Communist Party of China is bound to face challenges from tradition, which originates from Chinese thousands of years’ deep-rooted social, cultural traditions as well as the modern May Fourth Movement tradition created by freedom, democracy and science. When they focused on China’s rural society, the CPC was destined to blaze a new path from the constant distinction and connection of the two traditions. In traditional Chinese rural areas, love, marriage and family are the basis of rural ethics. The CPC will inevitably need to break this basis to develop their revolutionary work in rural areas. However, the actual situation of Chinese rural areas does not allow the CPC simply diverting the May Fourth tradition. Therefore, the significant confrontation between the revolution led by CPC and Chinese tradition emerged. To understand the relationship between revolution and tradition, we need to go back to the history and gain new perspectives from the ambiguous relationship between the literary and artistic works published by the CPC intellectuals and the real legal situation. Taking the literary and artistic works, law and practice as the research platform, this thesis makes an effort to show the relationship between revolution and tradition with the CPC’s adjustment of rural love, marriage and family relations together with its process as the object of the study.
Keywords/Search Tags:Love, marriage and family, literary and artistic works in liberated areas, legal practice in liberated areas, freedom of marriage
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