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《Historical Review》 2003-03
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Study on Social Problems of Jiangnan in Qing Dynasty:Taking Bijiao,Qiangjiao as Example

WANG Wei ping  
Bijiao and Qiangjiao (the actions to force widows to remarry), which mainly existed in rural area, was one of problems existing in Jiangnan in Qing dynasty. This problem was related not only to people's tolerance of widow's remarriage, but also to rural poverty and the abnormal proportion of men to women in population. Because it led to the confusion of social order and the deep impact on patriarch system, the local society founded some charitable organizations to protect women who didn't want to remarry , while the government issued some orders to forbid actions like that. All these measurements achieved results in a certain degree.
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