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《Journal of Liaoning University Philosophy Social Sciences Edition》 2004-05
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Duality and Social Status of Women in Ming Dynasty

ZHAO Cui-li (Institute of Qing Dynasty, Renmin University of China, Beijing 100872,China)  
There existed two thoroughly different phenomena in Ming society, one is the prevalence of chastity value within the restriction of feudal ethical code, the other is the thriving of anti-ethical-code value held by women in middle and upper stage of Ming Dynasty, as social values and customs, prompted by commercial economy, changed large. Conservatism and treachery co-existed, which constituted the duality of Ming's women. Through this scholar angle, this paper enumerated conservatism and treacherism behaviors of Ming's women, analyzed the social cause to the phenomena, and unveiled the situation of Ming women's social status, influenced by series of factors.
【CateGory Index】: K248
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