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《Journal of Ningde Teachers College(Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition)》 2010-02
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Imbroglio between faith and consanguinity——The clan society in the conflict of clansmen and Christianity in East Fujian between the Ming and Qing dynasties

WU Wei-wei (The Center for Studies of Fujian and Taiwan, Fujian Normal University,Fuzhou Fujian 350007, China)  
When Catholicism spreads in the east Fujian Province between the Ming and Qing dynasties, it faces a problem of traditionally local clan society; in the process of collision and conflict, both sides are forced to each other in growth and decline with changing times. The problem focuses on the clan members of the faith and blood on the relationships between the complex disputes. The East Fujian clan is ultimately rooted in the catholic community, and evolved into a component element of important organization strength of the local community.
【Fund】: 教育部人文社科项目“基督教与近世闽台区域社会变迁”阶段性成果 项目批准号:09YJC730001
【CateGory Index】: K248
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