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People"s communes and rural development in China

Benedict Stavis

People"s communes and rural development in China

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Published by Rural Development Committee, Center for International Studies, Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Communes (China),
    • Rural development -- China.,
    • Local government -- China.,
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- China.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 171-173.

      StatementBenedict Stavis.
      SeriesSpecial series on rural local government ;, no. 2
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1492.C5 S7 1977
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 173 p. :
      Number of Pages173
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3855077M
      LC Control Number81174224

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Subject: China. First edition, Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tabSeller Rating: positive. A year ago, the Peoples Communes had only just begun to grow in a few areas in China.

Now they have been established in all rural areas throughout the country, with the exception of a few national minority areas. They have taken firm root and are advancing along a road of sound development. The peoples commune, this morning sun rising Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

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Looking at China's pace of socio-economic development as a key factor in modernization, author Lu Yilong discusses institutional drawbacks and Format: Hardcover. Book: Rural communes of China. pp pp.

Abstract: Chinese sources and materials are used to enquire into the state of the Chinese agricultural economy from both the production and organizational point of view (cf. WAERSA 8, 2, and 9, 4, ). Over 56 agricultural producer co-operatives ( Cited by: 1. WITHIN the past year Communist China has incorporated someof its peasants into "people's communes.

" Now, after a winter and spring of "tidying up" these communes and examining their performance in the face of peasant resistance, the Communist Party has shown this is no mere experiment. The rulers in Peking are committed to them for "transforming rural society through.

As such, it addresses the most important aspects in terms of Chinas rural communities, farmers and agriculture from the perspective of development, such as the agricultural management system, rural land tenure system, rural fiscal and taxation system, financial system, science and technology system, rural governance structure, poverty.

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Rural development in china 1. Rural Development in ChinaReporter: Shella May N. Solis 2. ChinaToday current population of China is 1, as of Sunday, September 4,based on the latest United Nations estimates.

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The Evolution of the Commune. Land Reform: This was the first and most dramatic stage of China's revolution; during this campaign the landlord's land was taken and distributed to the peasants.

Commune, also called peoples commune, Chinese (Pinyin) renmin gongshe, (Wade-Giles romanization) jen-min kung-she, type of large rural organization introduced in China in Communes began as amalgamations of collective farms; but, in contrast to the collectives, which had been engaged exclusively in agricultural activities, the communes were to become multipurpose organizations for.

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The development is different in China where rural industries span a considerable part of the industrial spectrum between traditional village crafts and modern large-scale industry. Almost every person in rural areas in China is a member of a people's commune, which provides him with basic security.

The people's commune (Chinese: ; pinyin: rénmín gōngshè) was the highest of three administrative levels in rural areas of the People's Republic of China during the period from to when they were replaced by es, the largest collective units, were divided in turn into production brigades and production communes had governmental, political, and Estimated Reading Time: 11 mins.

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the formation of people's communes in rural areas. The resolution declared two primary objectives for the movement: 'The all-round, continuous leap forward in China's agricultural production and the ever-rising political consciousness of the five hun-dred million peasants.

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