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  1. Don’t Change Your Husband : Divorce in Early Chinese Movies


    URL/Identifizierer http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1427535
    Identifizierer alternativhttp://ssrn.com/abstract=1427535 URL
    QuellenartElektronische Volltexte & Multimedia>>Aufsätze aus Zeitschriften / Sammelbänden>>
    UrheberConner, Alison W.
    Verleger William S. Richardson School of Law <Honolulu, Hawaii>
    Veröffentlichungsdatum2007
    Umfang 16 S.
    Schlagworte FWFilmgeschichtsschreibung
    Freie Schlagworte FW Scheidung
    Beschreibung "This Article analyzes the depiction of divorce in pre-1949 Chinese movies. During the 1930s and 1940s, a golden age for early Chinese cinema, divorce often figured in movie plots, just as it does in China today. These movies reflect the changing roles of men and women, along with the new freedoms the Civil Code granted women to marry freely and (for the first time) to divorce. Thus, in most of the movies, including the famous Long Live the Missus, it is the wife who initially seeks the divorce or starts divorce proceedings. But the films also reflect ambivalence towards women’s new rights, and only the most selfish of wives actually leave their husbands. The issues these movies raise have much to say to us today, when women’s equality and the true meaning of personal freedom, still imperfectly achieved, remain difficult issues in China." (Information des Anbieters)
    Inhaltsverzeichnis/StrukturINTRODUCTION; DIVORCE IN THE 1920S AND 1930S; DIVORCE IN THE 1940S; CONCLUSION
    Themen FWFilm>>Biographie, Filmgeschichte; Film>>Beziehungen, Ausstrahlungen, Einwirkungen
    RVK FWAP 44962; AP 46700
    DDC FWHistorische, geografische, personenbezogene Behandlung
    geographischer BezugAsien Orient Ferner Osten>>China und benachbarte Gebiete>>
    zeitlicher Bezug20. Jahrhundert, 1900 – 1999>>1930 - 1939>>; 20. Jahrhundert, 1900 – 1999>>1940 - 1949>>
    SpracheEnglisch
    Anmerkungen zur RessourceConner, Alison W., Don’t Change Your Husband: Divorce in Early Chinese Movies (2007). Connecticut Law Review, Vol. 40, No. p. 1245, 2007. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1427535