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" ... simple peasants." Whatever the structural weaknesses of the Qing legal system, what made matters worse in the eighteenth century were the social tensions engendered by economic change. As Philip Kühn has noted, at the macroeconomic level the eighteenth... "
Contract and Property in Early Modern China: Rational Choice in Political ... - 第 114 頁
Madeleine Zelin 著 - 2004 - 408 頁
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Soulstealers: The Chinese Sorcery Scare of 1768

Philip A KUHN - 1990 - 299 頁
...greater security or less, may have been rather different from what we would expect in a growing economy. From the standpoint of an eighteenth-century Chinese...of survival in a competitive and crowded society. Commerce and manufacturing enabled hard-pressed rural families to hang on, but only through maximum...
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"Secret Societies" Reconsidered: Perspectives on the Social History of ...

1993 - 259 頁
...greater security or less, may have been rather different from what we would expect in a growing economy. From the standpoint of an eighteenth-century Chinese...of survival in a competitive and crowded society. ... A free-wheeling labor market, the decline of personal dependency and servile status . . . [were]...
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Manslaughter, Markets, and Moral Economy: Violent Disputes Over Property ...

Thomas M. Buoye - 2006 - 300 頁
...Philip Kuhn has noted, at the macroeconomic level the eighteenth century was a prosperous era, but the very economic changes that brought prosperity...ordinary peasant household. "From the standpoint of an eighteendi-century Chinese commoner, commercial growth may have meant, not the prospect of riches or...
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