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Kto vinovat v ee plachevnoi sud’be?: russkie zhenshchiny v Kitae (1922-1940-e gg.)

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Title: Kto vinovat v ee plachevnoi sud’be?: russkie zhenshchiny v Kitae (1922-1940-e gg.)
Authors: Khisamutdinov, Amir Aleksandrovich
Keywords: Russian women in China
Russian charity organizations
family relations in the Russian emigration
mixed marriages
gender issues in Russian China
LC Subject Headings: Women
China-Emigration and immigration-History-20th century
Women in charitable work
Charities-China-Manchuria-History-20th century
Interracial marriage-China
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Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Izd-vo Dal’nevostochnogo universiteta
Abstract: Describes the difficult life of Russian emigre women in China, who had to support their families and work alongside their husbands. The book raises questions about spousal relationships in emigrant families, assistance from Russian charitable organizations, and issues of mixed marriages (with the Chinese and other foreigners).
Pages/Duration: 32 pages
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
Appears in Collections:China

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