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By Sharon Wesoky

Interpreting chinese language household in addition to overseas conditions surrounding the emergence of an self sustaining women's flow in Beijing within the Nineties, this publication seeks to provide an explanation for how this kind of stream can have arisen after the repression of pupil activists in Tiananmen sq. in 1989. It additionally areas this emergence within the context of theories of social events, civil society and globalization.

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The major difference from modernities in the West thus lies in the way state biopolitics and economCopyright 2002 by Sharon Wesoky Chinese Feminism Faces Globalization 36 ic competition are routinely recast as timeless cultural practices and values, and in the way events generated by the breaking down of national borders are managed through the institutionalization of Confucian moral economies, set off against Western liberal democracies. These hegemonic moves seek to instill cultural solidarity and control in the diverse populations while deflecting Western domination in the economic and political realms (Ong 1997, pp.

22Interviews varied in length from a half hour to four hours-the average length was about two hours each. Some interviews also featured follow-up meetings, some of which occurred several times. Interviews were conducted primarily in Chinese. About half of the interviews were tape recorded-in the other half a Chinese assistant took notes and typed up transcripts in Chinese. Other than the presence of that assistant, most interviews took place in the sole company of the interviewee. Many interviews took place in the office of the person being interviewed.

McCarthy and his colleagues, for instance, center upon media, public, governmental, and electoral arenas (McCarthy, Smith, and Zald 1996, pp. 291,293). Clearly in varying contexts, and for diverse types of movements, different aspects of these arenas will be much more pertinent than others. While the activist contingent of the Chinese women's movement consists of a rather small coterie of urban intellectual women, they seek to disseminate their views as well as their desire to provide assistance through diverse means, including mass media, personal counseling, and educational programs, as I will discuss in Chapter 7.

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