A Study of the Conversion of Shanghai Women’s Role in the 1930s
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It is Approximately More Than Eighty Years Away from Today, It Seems Impossible to Find Women Living At That Period of Time to Be the Research Objects. Therefore, the Research Data Collected by the Researcher Was Mainly Focused on Some Magazines, Novels and Films in the 1930s, Especially the “Ling Long” Magazine, “the Young Companion” Pictorial, and One Typical Film Named “New Women” and Several Famous Novels with Female Themes. the Analysis of women’s Role At That Time Largely Depended on Photoes, Texts, Advertisements, and Films with Female Topics That Present to the Public from Both External and Internal Changes of Them. from This Research, women’s Role Began to Change from the Traditional Image That Oppressed by Feudal Ethics, to Women with New Ideology in the 1930s. They Received Western Pattern of Life and Changed in Both Appearence and Psychology.
Conversion; 1930s; Women; Role; Shanghai