3 edition of Population and society in contemporary Tibet found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -384) and index.
|LC Classifications||HB3654.T52 M29 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 390 p. :|
|Number of Pages||390|
|LC Control Number||2011410133|
Polyandry and population growth in a historical Tibetan society Geoff Childs* Department of Anthropology, Washington University, Campus Box , 1 Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO , USA Abstract Despite considerable speculation virtually nothing is known about the empirical relationship. Greater Tibet: Where Earth Touches the Heavens Singapore: Times Editions; Marshall Cavendish, Lee, Don Y. The history of early relations between China and Tibet: From Chiu Tang-shu, a documentary survey. Bloomington, IN: Eastern Press, Levine, Nancy E. The Dynamics of Polyandry: Kinship, Domesticity, and Population on the Tibetan.
Year first published: / (红高粱家族), English translation by Howard Goldblatt. Red Sorghum by Mo Yan (莫言, real name Guan Moye, ) is a novel that has become very famous both in- and outside of China, one of the reasons being that the renowned director Zhang Yimou turned the novel into a movie in The novel tells the story of a family’s struggles spanning three. 1 This book, with fourteen analyses based on Chinese and Tibetan interpretations of political theories and facts, gives us a contemporary history of Tibet on the themes of the politics, the economy, the sociology and the culture as well as the internationalisation of the situation in Tibet. It provides a vision of contemporary Tibet which seeks to be impartial (and in this the authors are Author: Fabienne Jagou.
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Population and Society in Contemporary Tibet Book Description: This extensive survey documents Tibetan society over five decades, including population structure in rural and urban areas, marriage and migration patterns, the maintenance of language and traditional culture, economic transitions relating to income and consumption habits.
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It is the first book on Tibetan society published in English by a mainland China scholar, and covers several sensitive issues in Tibetan studies, including population changes, Han migration into Tibetan areas, intermarriage patterns, and ethnic by: 7. It is the first book on Tibetan society published in English by a mainland China scholar, and covers several sensitive issues in Tibetan studies, including population changes, Han migration into Tibetan areas, intermarriage patterns, and ethnic relations.
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Population and Society in Contemporary Tibet provided personal observations and some information about Tibetan society. In his book The People of Tibet (), he wrote, “Monogamy, polygamy, and polyandry are all found in Tibet Polyandry is frequently practiced by both farmers and herdsmen.”Cited by: 7.
The subject of Tibet is highly controversial, and Tibet, as a political entity, is defined differently from source to source and audience to audience. The editors of this path-breaking, multidisciplinary study have gathered some of the leading scholars in Tibetan and ethnic studies to provide a comprehensive analysis of the Tibet s: 1.
India, Nepal and Bhutan. The Tibet population discussed above was from the year The CTA conducted a world-wide demographic survey of Tibetans in early Although I have not read the actual report (my small circle of friends do not seem to have a copy, if you do - we could potentially be best mates), I did find the press releases [Phayul, Tibet Post, Hindustan Times].
Contemporary Tibet: Politics, Development and Society in a Disputed Region [Sautman, Barry, Dreyer, June Teufel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Contemporary Tibet: Politics, Development and Society in a Disputed RegionCited by: All these nuances are picked out by Shakya, at the same time as describing the responses of the international community to what was happening in Tibet from the s up to the s, and the dramatic, disastrous efforts to transform Tibet into a revolutionary socialist society after The book is a very careful, detailed study of all these.
The Han Population in the Tibetan-inhabited Areas The Han Population in the Tibetan-inhabited Areas Chapter: (p) 3 The Han Population in the Tibetan-inhabited Areas Source: Population and Society in Contemporary Tibet Author(s): Rong MA Publisher: Hong Kong University Press.
Books about Tibet, nonfiction or fiction Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. The Snow Lion and the Dragon: China, Tibet, and the Dalai Lama () University of California Press.
ISBN ; Goldstein, Melvyn C. A History of Modern Tibet, Volume 3: The Storm Clouds Descend, (University of California Press; ) pages; Grunfeld, A. Tom. The Making of Modern Tibet () East Gate Book. ISBN In his forward to this volume, Orville Schell quotes Mao Zedong on contradictions and the unity of opposites, thereby introducing two important points made in this significant book; contemporary Buddhist practice in Tibet can only be understood in relation to policies promulgated in Beijing, and this relationship is complex, creating paradoxes and conundrums for Tibetan Buddhists and Chinese.
Tibet Society, London, United Kingdom. 7, likes 2 talking about this 75 were here. Founded inTibet Society is funded by its members and works for the freedom of Tibetans in Tibet and /5(21). There are only limited data and unreliable records determining the size of the Tibetan population.
This chapter attempts to review relevant information derived from a vast pool of literature, particularly from before the s, to compile data regarding the Tibetan population. Censuses pursued by the People's Republic of China have been derived from indirect surveys or local authority reports.
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The Historical Status of Tibet () King's Crown Press. McKay, Alex. History of Tibet () RoutledgeCurzon. ISBN Sautman, Barry and Dreyer, June Teufel. Contemporary Tibet: Politics, Development, and Society in a Disputed Region () M.E. Sharpe. ISBN. Introduction: the Tibet question in contemporary perspective / Barry Sautman and June Teufel Dreyer -- Beyond the collaborator-martyr model: strategies of compliance, opportunism, and opposition within Tibet / Robert Barnett -- The Dalai Lama's autonomy proposal: a one-sided wish?
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Acknowledgements. I cannot fully express my gratitude to Gadé for sharing so generously his artwork and friendship over the years. I am also grateful for Fulbright and Emory University funding that enabled the research that informs this study.