Family ties essay

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Women's roles, responsibilities and expectations have changed in dramatic ways as Chinese society has transformed throughout different political eras. From family structure, marriage, and childbirth to education, workforce participation, and political activity, women have seen and taken part in historical transformations that have accelerated over the last century. For students, exploring firsthand evidence of these changes – and witnessing continuities as well – is a far more exciting prospect than simply reading a text or even watching a documentary. There are multiple ways that teachers can offer students windows into the shifting values and beliefs about women in Chinese life; here, we offer three: investigating the design of an early nineteenth-century house; analyzing Communist propaganda posters from the Revolutionary period ; and listening to an oral history of a young woman growing up in today's People's Republic of China. The changes are apparent when comparing these snapshots across time, but examining the sources also adds value , raising   as many questions about women's lives as they answer, whetting students' appetites for an understanding of their context. 



The Best Selling Films of 2006  Korean Films Nationwide Seoul Release Weeks 1 The Host 13,019,740 3,571,254 Jul 27 9 2 Tazza: The High Rollers 6,847,777 2,091,058 Sep 27 9 3 200 Pound Beauty 6,619,498* 1,934,910* Dec 14 10 4 My Boss, My Teacher 6,105,431 1,502,821 Jan 19 5 5 Hanbando 3,880,808 1,077,033 Jul 14 5 6 Marrying the Mafia 3 3,464,516 779,445 Sep 21 5 7 Maundy Thursday 3,132,320 980,772 Sep 14 6 8 Forbidden Quest 2,576,022 868,692 Feb 23 5 9 Barefoot, Gibong 2,347,311 524,357 Apr 26 5 10 My Scary Girl 2,286,745 766,007 Apr 6 7

All Films Nationwide Seoul Release Weeks 1 The Host (Korea) 13,019,740 3,571,254 Jul 27 9 2 Tazza: The High Rollers (Korea) 6,847,777 2,091,058 Sep 27 9 3 200 Pound Beauty (Korea) 6,619,498* 1,934,910* Dec 14 10 4 My Boss, My Teacher (Korea) 6,105,431 1,502,821 Jan 19 5 5 Mission: Impossible 3 (US) 5,740,789 1,584,202 May 3 7 6 Pirates of the Caribbean 2 (US) 4,628,903 1,525,853 Jul 6 6 7 Night in the Museum (US) 4,612,831* 1,226,404* Dec 21 6 8 Hanbando (Korea) 3,880,808 1,077,033 Jul 14 5 9 Marrying the Mafia 3 (Korea) 3,464,516 779,445 Sep 21 5 10 The Da Vinci Code (US) 3,339,082 1,144,795 May 18 6 * Includes tickets sold in 2007.  Source: Korean Film Council.

(Note that King and the Clown was released on December 29, so it is listed on the 2005 page)


Seoul population: million
Nationwide population: million

Market share:   Korean %, Imports % (nationwide)
Films released:   Korean 108, Imported 237
Total admissions:   million (=$954 million)
Number of screens:   1,880 (end of 2006)
Exchange rate (2006):   970 won/US dollar
Average ticket price:   6034 won (=US$)
Exports to other countries:   US$24,514,728 (Japan: 42%)
Average budget:   won including p&a spend

Family ties essay

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