3 edition of Chinese realities. found in the catalog.
John Foster (undifferentiated)
Bibliography: p. -234.
|LC Classifications||DS775 F65 1928|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
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Lee This book presents evidence about historical and contemporary Chinese population behavior that overturns much of the received wisdom about the differences between China and the West first voiced by Malthus. These and other distinctive features.
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book indicative of the situations throughout China. Nobody pretends that they stop being Chinese and on the other hand, wake-up to a world of reality. So they will not be taken advantage of from Westerners or other societies for that matter. The world is changing. The markets are going global and billion people have to get into this race.
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This book presents new evidence about historical and contemporary Chinese population behavior that overturns much of the received wisdom about the differences between China and the West first voiced by Malthus. Malthus described a China in which early and universal marriage ensured high fertility and therefore high mortality.
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One quarter of humanity: Malthusian mythology and Chinese realities, [James Z Lee; Wang Feng] -- "This book presents new evidence about historical and contemporary Chinese population behavior that overturns much of the received wisdom about the differences between China and the West first voiced.