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《Collection of Women's Studies》 2008-04
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Reasons behind Government Tactics to Control the Prostitution Problem in Qing Dynasty

LIU Jin-tao (School of History and Culture at the Sichuan University,Chengdu 610064,Sichuan Province,China)  
The Qing Government took measures to control the prostitution problem under the influence of two different tactics.These tactics had merits,and also had made inroads into the problem.However,the Qing Dynasty failed to remove the existence of issues of official corruption,the government that failed to administer orderly or distort the order of implementation intentionally,and the prolif- eration of pornographic culture.These issues were also coupled with social upheavals,which caused some issues go from bad to worse. The Qing ultimately not only failed to prevent the spread of prostitution,but became an era thrived with prostitution.
【CateGory Index】: K249
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