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《Journal of Ankang University》 2017-06
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The Stele of Gamble-Banning and Village Rules——With Case-Study of Steles in Ankang Area

DONG Yongqiang;College of Humanities,Xi'an Electronic and Science University;  
In the rural society,gamble-banning was one of prohibitive village rules. The steles of gamble-banning were the result of the local custom solidification,which carried out part of the functions of the feudal state law in the form of customary law in the process of social governance. The gambling inscription in An-kang area in Qing Dynasty showed that the villagers were very deeply aware of the harm of gambling, and often donated funds and banned gambling. When someone was punished for breaking the village regulations and agreements,they were often punished with economic punishment. Fa Xi(gambler pay to play as punishment) was the wisdom means,which reflected the ability and level of village autonomy. Jin Zhang(The President of the banned gambling group) and Xiang Yue(a village administrator) were the supervisor and folk law-executor of the forbidden gambling activities,and their villager's identity made the anti-gambling activities with strong rural social self-management nature.
【Fund】: 陕西省社会科学基金一般项目“明清陕西地方社会治理研究——以乡约碑石为中心”(2014H10)
【CateGory Index】: K877.42
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