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Shellse Gutierrez

on 18 September 2014

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The Chinese had a patriarchal social structure with three main dynasties. The Sui Dynasty was founded by Yan Jian who then left his power to his 7 year old son. And the second emperor, Sui Yangdi, soon brought an ending to the dynasty due to overworking subjects. The Tang Dynasty then began by a rebel leader who claimed himself emperor. But Tang Taizong, the second emperor, created the Equal-Field System to ensure equal distribution of land which avoided social problems. After Tang, Song Taizu established the Song Dynasty. Military forces were under tight supervision and as taxes rised, peasants formed the two major rebellions. In this era, veneration of family ancestors were important to strengthen families in all classes. One trend that exceeded in popularity for the privileged classes was footbinding for the women which then placed them under male guardians. In the Kamakura and Muromachi periods, Japan was decentralized under the rule of provincial lords. The lords created a new kind of military force in which were provided food, clothes, and housing for their devoted services, they were called samurai.
Summary
- Phoebe Soto
Pictures
Question #2:
What type of
social structure
did China have during the three dynasties?

a)
Matriarchal

b)
Had no social structure.

c)
Patriarchal

d)
Egalitarian


Questions
- Isaac Pacheco
Neo-Confucianism
: a cultural development which adapted Buddhist themes and reasoning to Confucian interests and values

Ex)
"
Neo-Confucianism
ranks as an important cultural development."
Pg. 403 in Traditions and Encounters

Samurai
: professional warriors that were specialist in the use of force and the arts of fighting.

Ex)
"The mounted warrior, the samurai, thus played the most distinctive role in Japanese political and military affairs."
Pg. 408 Traditions and Encounters
Vocabulary
Post Classical China
Chapter 15
Pictures
Questions
-Shellsee Gutierrez
Question #1:
Which of the is
NOT
an example of patriarchal China?

a)
Binding women's feet

b)
Mother is head of the family

c)
Supervision of women

d)
Husband manages life of spouse
- Grace Zendejas
By Grace Zendejas, Phoebe Soto, Isaac Pacheco, and Shellsee Gutierrez
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