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|Other Titles:||The Party Doctrine Replacing the Three-Virtues: the Women’s Association and the Gender Politics during the Early Stages of Political Tutelage|
northern expedition;women movement;discipline
|Issue Date:||2016-06-02 16:01:25 (UTC+8)|
When the Guomindang convened the Fourth Central Committee on February 2 1928, they decided on their plan to set party affairs in order. After thoroughly identifying and eliminating any remaining Communist influences, making the party units in every locality return afresh to the initial goal of the National Revolution; The Three People’s Principles. The main objective of this move was to rebalance the relationship between the party members and the populace. The specific roles of members of the populace, which in the past were defined as peasants, workers, businessmen, women or youths, were to be dissolved andhomogenized under the Central Populace Disciplinary Committee, established on 5th May 1928. The Central Populace Disciplinary Committee submitted two proposals: The Populace Disciplinary Plan Outline and the All Rank Populace Group Rectification Committee Regulation, resulting in the people’s focus shifting from mobilizing forces for the Northern Expedition to disciplinary work. As such, women’s roles were effectively dissolved, but the revolutionary women of rank still maintained The Women’s Association as before. This article explores how, amongst the reorganization of party affairs, the Women’s Association modulated its function and organization and how, in the turmoil of the beginning of political tutelage, the Chinese Feminist movement separated itself from political affairs to move forward anew.
|Relation:||政治大學歷史學報, 37, 73-120|
The Journal of History
|Appears in Collections:||[政治大學歷史學報 THCI Core ] 期刊論文|
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