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《Journal of Chinese Women's Studies》 2017-04
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Mao Dun's Theory of Women's Liberation from a Social Progressive Perspective

LI Ling;College of Humanities and Social Sciences,Beijing Language and Culture University;  
MAO Dun's theory of women's liberation from a social progressive perspective swings between a perspective of women as the center of attention out of a man's compassion,on one hand,and on the other,a perspective of a focus on society from a male centred position. First,Mao Dun was willing to assume social responsibility to reform society so as to liberate women. He thus paid attention to raise women's quality and capacity but failed to pay attention for women to gain rights. Moreover,he called on women to participate in society,while he warned women not to overlook housework. He did not question men's lack of participation in housework in the traditional division of labour,and wished that women would liberate themselves from their overloads of responsibilities once private ownership was eliminated. Furthermore,he believed that love was both capricious and sacred. Adopting young men's desire for individual freedom,he insisted on liberal ethics in love and marriage and equality between men and women.
【Fund】: 北京语言大学校级项目(中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金)“跨文化视野下的中国现当代文学研究”(项目编号:17XTS07)的阶段性成果
【CateGory Index】: C913.68
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