|Family and kinship in Chinese society|
|Family and kinship in Chinese society / edited by Maurice Freedman.|
Reprint. Originally published: Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1970.
All but one of the papers were originally presented at a conference on kinship in Chinese society, held at Greyston House, Riverdale, New York, Sept. 15-18, 1966, called by the Subcommittee on Chinese Society of the Joint Committee on Contemporary China.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 249-257).
Introduction / Maurice Freedman -- Developmental process in the Chinese domestic group / Myron Cohen -- Child training and the Chinese family / Margery Wolf -- The families of Chinese farmers / Irene Taeuber -- Family relations in modern Chinese fiction / Ai-li Chin -- Land and lineage in traditional China / Jack Potter -- The Chinese genealogy as a research source / Johanna Meskill -- Ritual aspects of Chinese kinship and marriage / Maurice Freedman -- Chinese kinship and mourning dress / Arthur Wolf -- Chinese kin terms of reference and address / John McCoy -- Japanese kinship: a comparison / John Pelzel.