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Salaff, Janet W. Family - Hong Kong, Young women - Employment - Hong Kong, Young women - Hong Kong, Hong Kong (China) - Social conditions. Cambridge : New York : Cambridge University Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;. Kahle/Austin Foundation. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station03. cebu on May 23, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
Based on a five-year study of 28 young, unmarried women working in Hong Kong, this study describes how Chinese families direct their daughters' earnings.
Working Daughters of Hong Kong: Filial Piety or Power in the Family? By SalaffJanet . .Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, Melbourne, Sydney: Cambridge University Press (ASA Rose Monograph Series), 1981. List of figures and tables, Foreword by Kingsley Davis, Preface, 317 pp.
Working Daughters of Hong Kong: Filial Piety or Power in the Family? By Janet W. Salaff. Appendix (photographs), notes, references, Index.
Working Daughters of Hong Kong: Filial Piety or Power in the Family? . Parental Power and Marriage Patterns. Journal of Marriage and the Family 35:419–428. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
Working Daughters of Hong Kong: Filial Piety or Power in the Family? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. The Families of Chinese Farmers: In Family and Kinship in Chinese Society. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
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In the early 1980s, younger Hong Kong workers began avoiding the manufacturing industry entirely. Working Daughters of Hong Kong: Filial Piety Or Power in the Family.
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Indeed, the book represents collaborative work at its best. -Contemporary Sociology
Indeed, the book represents collaborative work at its best. -Contemporary Sociology. Overall it is a valuable contribution to the area of Asian studies, as well as migration studies and theory. -Canadian Ethnic Studies. Janet W. Salaff was a professor emerita of sociology at the University of Toronto and the author of Working Daughters of Hong Kong: Filial Piety or Power in the Family? Siu-lun Wong is a professor of sociology and director of the Centre for Asian Studies at the University of Hong Kong.