中國家庭史(1368-2000) | Department of History, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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UGEC2051 中國家庭史(1368-2000)

Lecture TimeFriday 2:30pm - 4:15pm

VenueICS L1

LanguageCantonese

Lecturer LO Shuk Ying ((852) 3943 7120 / sylo@cuhk.edu.hk)

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Course Description

本科旨在探討明清以來中國家庭制度的發展和轉變及其與社會的關係。課程也涵蓋二十世紀西方文化和價值對中國傳統家庭觀念和制度的影響。

 

學習目標 

  • 瞭解中國家庭發展史的變化;
  • 批判分析當下與家庭有關的時事問題;
  • 認識近代中國歷史;
  • 把歷史知識及方法應用到其他學科。
Syllabus

課程大綱(暫定)

堂數 

題目 

1

導論

2

明代以前的家庭與家族

3

婚姻

4

傳宗接代

5

同居共財到分家

6

祖先崇拜與宗族建構

7

家庭革命(一):為何大家庭有問題?

8

家庭革命(二):自由戀愛的婚姻

9

新中國、新家庭

10

計劃生育

11

戰後香港家庭

12

總結

* 詳細課程大綱於第一堂派發或瀏覽本科的Blackboard

Assessment & Assignments

報告 30%

討論/辯論/小測 20%

論文 50%

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