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《Modern Chinese History Studies》 2006-01
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The Geography of Shanxi and Shaanxi and the System for Protecting Water Rights in Modern Times

Han Maoli  
Shanxi and Shaanxi Provinces are made up of arid and semiarid areas. Because of a lack of water resources, water rights became a key part of people's lives in this region. Centering on water rights, this article explores the management of the water rights protection system, and the differing maintenance principles and characteristics of rights in different irrigation channels. It also points out that when the water supply relied on irrigation channels, as it did here, the distribution of water resources tended to develop two levels of beneficiaries: the irrigation channels and the residents who acquired the water resources. Corresponding to these two levels, the water rights protection system formed geographical water rights circles, based on irrigation channel systems and villages, and consanguineous water rights circles, centered on clans. These two kinds of circles mingled with each other, and mixed with social conventions and social inertia, playing important roles in country society.
【CateGory Index】: K928.6
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