|Orthodoxy in late imperial China|
|Orthodoxy in late imperial China / edited by Kwang-Ching Liu.|
Papers originally presented at a conference held at Montecito, Calif. in Aug. 1981, sponsored by the Joint Committee on Chinese Studies of the American Council of Learned Societies and the Social Science Research Council.
Keywords: Statecraft; social regulations of the First Ming Emperor; official and popular religion in the Ming; Qing academies, 1736-1839 ; Patriarchy, household instructions, transmission of orthodox values, family conflict in Qing legal cases, tenant servants of Huizhou; lineage and surname feuds in southern Fujian and eastern Guangdong under the Qing; ritual in Qing culture; 20th century peasant proverbs.
Includes bibliographical references and index.