|Popular culture in late Imperial China|
|Popular culture in late Imperial China / edited by David Johnson, Andrew J. Nathan, Evelyn S. Rawski ; contributors, Judith A. Berling ... [et al.].|
Based on a conference sponsored by the Committee on Studies of Chinese Civilization of the American Council of Learned Societies.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: Economic and social foundations of late imperial culture / Evelyn S. Rawski -- Communication, class, and consciousness in late imperial China / David Johnson -- Specialists and written materials in the village world / James Hayes -- Distinguishing levels of audiences for Ming-Ch'ing vernacular literature / Robert E. Hegel -- Social and historical context of Ming-Ch'ing local drama / Tanaka Issei -- Regional operas and their audiences : evidence from Hong Kong / Barbara E. Ward -- Religion and popular culture : the management of moral capital in The Romance of the Three Teachings / Judith A. Berling -- Values in Chinese sectarian literature : Ming and Ch'ing Pao-chuan / Daniel L. Overmyer -- Transmission of White Lotus sectarianism in late imperial China / Susan Naquin -- Standardizing the gods : the promotion of T'ien Hou ("Empress of Heaven") along the South China coast, 960-1960 / James L. Watson -- Language and ideology in the written popularizations of the Sacred Edict / Victor H. Mair -- Beginnings of mass culture : journalism and fiction in the late Ch'ing and beyond / Leo Ou-fan Lee and Andrew J. Nathan -- Problems and prospects / Evelyn S. Rawski.
Keywords: Ming-Qing popular culture, literature, religion; filial piety; moral education; books and writing; Sheng Yu 聖諭 (Sacred Edict) ; vernacular literature, baojuan 寶卷 ; Tian Hou 天后, Mazu 媽祖 Temple, White Lotus sect ; opera, drama.
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