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《Journal of Hanshan Teachers College》 2001-03
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An Analysis of Widows Life in Ming and Qing Dynasties

Tao Daoqiang Liu Zhenggang  
In Ming and Qing dynasty, widows increased constantly because of the rulers intentional recommendation. They managed to keep an broken family with the help of society, family, and torment of emotion. Generally speaking, widows had to bear the heavy burdens from family life and the various pressures from society, acting various social roles alone.
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