Tania Angeloff and Marylène Lieber, Chinoises au xxie siècle. Ruptures et continuités (Chinese women in the twenty-first century: Ruptures and continuities),. Paris, La Découverte, 2012, 284 pp.

@article{Grillot2014TaniaAA,
  title={Tania Angeloff and Maryl{\`e}ne Lieber, Chinoises au xxie si{\`e}cle. Ruptures et continuit{\'e}s (Chinese women in the twenty-first century: Ruptures and continuities),. Paris, La D{\'e}couverte, 2012, 284 pp.},
  author={C. Grillot},
  journal={China perspectives},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014},
  pages={81-82}
}
As with any study purporting to deal with “the Chinese,” “Chinese women,” or for that matter “China,” the work of Tania Angeloff and Marylene Lieber confronted the risk of clubbing under a single synthesising term the immensity of a land and its human diversity – social or ethnic – that would be better categorised as “Chinese population.” It is thus with slightly raised eyebrows that one embarks on the dozen chapters edited by two sociologists who take an interdisciplinary approach by includi… Expand