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The Family Rice Bowl : Food and Domestic Economy in China. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780862321246. Release Date:December 1984.
Family Rice Bowl Paperback – August 1, 1983. by Elisabeth J. Croll (Author).
Elisabeth Joan "Lisa" Croll, CMG (21 September 1944 – 3 October 2007) was a New Zealand anthropologist
Elisabeth Joan "Lisa" Croll, CMG (21 September 1944 – 3 October 2007) was a New Zealand anthropologist. Croll published books on the subject and held several short-term fellowships at various educational institutions. She also worked for United Nations agencies and international non-government organisations.
The Family Rice Bowl. xvii, 375 pp. Appendixes, Index. University of British Columbia.
Elisabeth Croll was a British anthropologist and writer. Also, Croll was a contributor to periodicals, including China Quarterly, World Development, Times Literary Supplement and Pacific Affairs.
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Professor Elisabeth Croll. Anthropologist and advocate of women's rights in China. Wednesday 17 October 2007 00:00. Many other titles followed: The Family Rice Bowl: food in the domestic economy in China (1992); Women and Rural Development in China (1985); Chinese Women Since Mao (1983); From Heaven to Earth: images and experiences of development in China (1983); Changing Identities of Chinese Women: rhetoric, experience and self-perception in 20th-century China. 1995); and Endangered Daughters (2000).