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The book is divided into three parts. Part I, "Vietnamese Society in the Early Twentieth Century," takes a micro approach to the study of Vietnamese society on the eve of the irreversible social transformation that occurred as the colonial infrastructure took root in Indochina. Part II, "Vietnamese Intellectuals: Contesting Colonial Power," contains biographical accounts of Vietnamese intellectuals who tried to reform their society under colonial domination. Part III, "Post-Colonial Vietnam: From Welfare State to Market-Oriented Economy," traces Vietnam's search for a viable economic model while maintaining itself as a socialist state.
The book speaks to diverse themes, including the nature of village life, the development of health care during the colonial era, the status of women, the role of Vietnamese intellectuals in the anticolonial struggle, the building of a socialist state, contemporary rural migration, labor relations, and Vietnam in an age of globalization.
Gisele Bousquet is Research Associate at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley. Pierre Brocheux is Maître de Conference of History, Université Denis Diderot-Paris VII.
Excerpted from Viet-Nam Expose: French Scholarship on Twentieth-Century Vietnamese Society by Pierre Brocheux Copyright © 2002 by Pierre Brocheux. Excerpted by permission.
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|Pt. I||Vietnamese Society in the Early Twentieth Century|
|1||Who Has Power in the Village? Political Process and Social Reality in Vietnam||21|
|2||Village Rebellions in the Tonkin Delta, 1900-1905||61|
|3||Rethinking the Status of Vietnamese Women in Folklore and Oral History||87|
|4||Administrative Practices: An Essential Aspect of Mandarinal Training (Nineteenth-Early Twentieth Century)||108|
|5||In the Shadow of the Colonial Hospital: Developing Health Care in Indochina, 1860-1939||140|
|Pt. II||Vietnamese Intellectuals: Contesting Colonial Power|
|6||Prince Cuong De and the Franco-Vietnamese Competition for the Heritage of Gia Long||187|
|7||A Vietnamese Scholar with a Different Path: Huynh Thuc Khang, Publisher of the First Vietnamese Newspaper in Quoc Ngu in Central Vietnam, Tieng Dan (People's Voice)||216|
|8||The 1925 Generation of Vietnamese Intellectuals and Their Role in the Struggle for Independence||251|
|9||Henriette Bui: The Narrative of Vietnam's First Woman Doctor||278|
|Pt. III||Postcolonial Vietnam: From a Welfare State to a Market-Oriented Economy|
|10||The Economy of War as a Prelude to a "Socialist Economy": The Case of the Vietnamese Resistance against the French, 1945-1954||313|
|11||The Chronicle of a Failure: Collectivization in Northern Vietnam, 1958-1988||331|
|12||Labor Restructuring in Vietnam||356|
|13||Agro-Commodity Chains in Northern Vietnam: New Mechanisms for Old Stakeholders||373|
|14||Commuting from the Village to the City: Analyzing the Patterns of Migration of the People of the Northern Village of Hay to Hanoi||387|
|15||Facing Globalization: Vietnam and the Francophone Community||421|