ABOUT EVERYDAY LIFE OF WORKING WOMEN IN CHINA DURING THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD (SECOND HALF OF 50'S - EARLY 60-IES OF THE XX CENTURY)

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The article is devoted to the daily life of Chinese women in the first decade after the founding of the People's Republic in 1949, when, as the center line of the further development of Chinese society embarked on the construction of socialism. Particular attention in the framework of political and economic programs of the CCP has been given to "women's issues": acquiring an equal social status with men, women were regarded as a powerful base for the realization of the objectives and the government as a solid support to their husbands for the common good. However, the happiness and comfort of each woman were also under the strict control of the party.

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E S Ryabkova

Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences

Email: katerinapositiv@gmail.com
Leninskiy pr., 32 A, Moscow, Russia, 119991

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