Report from Xunwu
Stanford University Press, 1990 - 278 頁
Long described as lost, this report was the result of Mao Zedong's investigation in 1930 of the people, economy, society and history of the obscure rural county of Xunwu in South China. An extraordinary document that far exceeds in scope and depth Mao's other investigative reports on rural China, the report is a rich source of information on rural administration, commerce, transportation, communication, education, land tenure, taxation, religion, diverse social relations and practices and struggle in one obscure area that was a microcosm of China. Thompson has translated and presented Mao's report with extensive notes. The book is designed to be accessible to non-specialists, and it will be welcomed by those interested in the Chinese countryside, comparative revolution and historical anthropology. Because Mao's report on Xunwu was part of a revolutionary programme, the report raises complex questions about academic and activist readings of social realities.
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In his pre-1949 incarnation, Mao Zedong firmly believed that empirical social research should serve as the foundation for correct revolutionary policy. On several occasions he himself carried out such ... 閱讀評論全文