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《Journal of Shanghai University(Social Sciences Edition)》 2018-02
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Literati in Agrarian Reform: The intelligentsia's Revolutionary Practice and Discourse Expressions in the early PRC

CHANG Li-bing;Research Center for Chinese Social History,Shanxi University;  
In the early days of the founding of the People's Republic of China( PRC),various intellectuals went to the newly liberated areas to participate in the campaign for agrarian reform. The large number of reflections,diaries,work notes,etc.,projected the multi-dimensional and complicated historical connections between agrarian reform and intelligentsia. Viewing agrarian reform as a revolutionary practice,the intelligentsia,actively or passively participating in the reform,established a set of discourse expressions that reflected old literati's approval of and pondering over the new regime in the new era. However,restrained from overall political ideology at that time,the literati as a class mixed their active,voluntary voices unanimously supporting for the campaign,with the voices of helplessness and frustrations in adaptation to the new situation,thus presenting a set of practice expressions characterized by general common ground while shelving differences. This was not only the historical encounters experienced by Chinese literati in the early PRC,but also a reflection of the revolutionary era.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金重大招标项目(12&ZD147)
【CateGory Index】: K27
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