3 edition of Government education and examinations in Sung China found in the catalog.
Government education and examinations in Sung China
Thomas H. C. Lee
|Statement||Thomas H.C. Lee.|
|Series||Monograph series / Institute of Chinese Studies, Chines University of Hong Kong -- 7, Monograph series (Chinese University of Hong Kong. Institute of Chinese Studies) -- 7|
|LC Classifications||LA1131 L45 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 327 p. --|
|Number of Pages||327|
terms: acupuncture, centralized government, chan, sect, china, civil service, commerce, daozang, dynastic cycle, education, examinations, gunpowder, japan, korea. This book is an authoritative, thorough, and comprehensive study of the Chinese imperial examination system. It will be required reading for those who wish to understand Chinese culture, especially ancient China's education and examination system. [Subject: Chinese Studies, Sociology, Education] Category: China.
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Thomas H.C. Lee, Ph.D. (Yale, ), is Professor of History and Asian Studies at The City College of New York. He has published broadly on Chinese education and intellectual history, including Government Education and Examinations in Sung China ().4/5(1). 4. To be rooted in schools: examinations in the late Northern Sung. The Ch'ing-li reforms Curriculum changes Schools and the reformers The Three Hall system The legacy of reform Government schools in the Southern Sung The spread of academics. 5. The failure of fairness: examinations in the Southern Sung. The examinations at mid-coursePrice: $
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Lee. Palgrave Macmillan. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. He has published broadly on Chinese education and intellectual history, including Government Education and Examinations in Sung China ().
Product details. Series: Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 4 China (Book 13) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Brill (October 1, )Cited by: 6. Government Education and Examinations in Sung China. By THOMAS H. LEE. New York: St. Martin's Press, xi, pp.
Tables, Charts, Appendixes, Bibliography, Glossary-Index. $ The almost simultaneous publication of these two books on the closely related subjects of Government education and examinations in Sung China book examination system and education during the Sung dynasty provides.
From Government Education and Examinationsin Sung China by Thomas H.C. Lee, pp. – Reprinted with permission of St. Martin’s Press and The Chinese University Press.
It is stated in the Book of Kuan-tzu [Guan Zi]1: “the method by which a sage rules the world is this: he does not let the four classes of people live together.
Thomas H.C. Lee, Ph.D. (Yale, ), is Professor of History and Asian Studies at The City College of New York. He has published broadly on Chinese education and intellectual history, including "Government Education and Examinations in Sung China" ().
Memorials by Song-dynasty Officials • Memorial on the Crop Loans Measure, By Wang Anshi • Remonstrance Against the New Laws, By Cheng Hao.
The Examination System. Since the Sui Dynasty (), it had been possible to become a government official by passing a series of written examinations. It was only in the Song, however, that the. of education. With books now increasingly accessible to an ever lar The Thorny Gates of Learning in Sung China: A Social History of Examinations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ).
Patricia Ebrey defines the Song elite in this manner. See her Family and Prop erty in Sung China (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ),Lee, Thomas H.C.
Government Education and Examinations in Sung [Song] China (Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, New York: St. Martin's Press, ). Man-Cheong, Iona ().
The Class of Examinations, the State and Elites in Eighteenth-Century China. Stanford: Stanford University Pinyin: kējǔ. The Cambridge History of China, Volume 5, Part 2: The Five Dynasties and Sung China,co-edited with Denis Twitchett.
Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, • “Introduction: Reflections on the Sung,” pp. • “Sung Education: Schools. He has published broadly on Chinese education and intellectual history, including Government Education and Examinations in Sung China ().
Readership Scholars in the field of Chinese studies interested in education, cultural studies, intellectual history, and Asian studies in by: Introduction. The Imperial examinations or Keju (Traditional Chinese: 科舉; pinyin: kējǔ), were an essential part of the Chinese government administration from their introduction in the Han Dynasty ( B.C.E.
to C.E.) until they were abolished during Qing attempts at modernization in The examination system was systematized in the Sui Dynasty (–) as an official method.
Lee, Thomas H. Government education and examination in Sung China. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, Levine, Ari Daniel. Divided by a common language: factional conflict in late Northern Song China.
Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, Levine, Ari Daniel. EDUCATION IN SUNG CHINA* This conference volume addresses the formal and informal aspects of education and schooling for men, women, and children during the Sung dynasties ().
The institutionalization of private academies and schools that stressed a Neo-Confucian curriculum are the focus for elucidat- ing formal education during the Sung. Imperial China established a nationwide government school system in 3 CE under Emperor Ping of Han, centuries before this happened in Europe.
However, this school system was not aimed at providing mass education but was strongly connected to the government examinations for.
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Government Education and Examinations in Sung China. Hong Kong: Cited by: 7. Professor Chaffee offers a stimulating investigation into the social impact of examinations on the Sung. Analysis of the development of the examination system and of the associated government schools reveals attempts by the early emperors to develop meritocratic recruitment, the growth of unprecedented examination competition as the elite increasingly turned to learning, and the appearance of.
This book explores the profound cultural impact of the civil service examinations during the period when they first became the primary means of government recruitment.
"Chaffee places the increase in size of the elite in a dynamic context, showing the consequences of successive developments over the three centuries of Sung rule. The imperial library in Southern Sung China, – A study of the organization and operation of the scholarly agencies of the central government.
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society. Vol. 64, Part 8. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, Cited by: 4. In this multidimensional analysis, Benjamin A.
Elman uses over a thousand newly available examination records from the Yuan, Ming, and Ch'ing dynasties,to explore the social, political, and cultural dimensions of the civil examination system, one of the most important institutions in Chinese history.
For over five hundred years, the most important positions within the .China has the largest education system in the world. On Junethere were million students taking the National Higher Education Entrance Examination (Gao Kao) in China. Investment in education accounts for about 4% of total GDP in China.
Inthe Chinese government passed a compulsory education law, making nine years of education.