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Society, Schools and Progress in China is a comprehensive survey of the technology, government, social relationships, religion, geography, and arts of China. The book presents a wide range of information about China such as its history and geography; an outline of the country’s political and administrative structure; formative institutions in Chinese society; some of the prevalent assumptions in the recasting of a new social order in China; and the country’s problems and crises. Students and teachers of history and sociology will find the book a good reference material.
1 The Historical Background
2 The Present Social and Economic Complex
3 The Broad Outline of the Political and Administrative Structure
4 The Most Formative Institutions
5 Prevalent Assumptions
6 The School System
7 Social, Technological and International Change
8 Problems and Crises
9 Summary and Conclusion
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- © Pergamon 1968
- 1st January 1968
- eBook ISBN:
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