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Brown Hill Blang ethical significance of changes in inheritance

Author WangShuai
Tutor LinHao
School Yunnan University of Finance
Course Economic Ethics
Keywords Brown Mountain Blang Inheritance Change Ethical Analysis
CLC C95
Type Master's thesis
Year 2009
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China is the native Blang ethnic minority in Yunnan , before the founding of living in Brown Hill Blang still in primitive society , just a few decades after the founding of the area makes Blang completed late primitive society to a socialist system changes process. Inheritance Blang in the area of the transition process analysis, which mapped out the changes Blang social development process in addition to other factors, state-led motivation . This article is mainly for Brown Hill Blang want to change the description of the inheritance , the use of ethics and new institutional economics approach to inheritance Blang Change and a transition to analyze the reasons . Article first chapter briefly describes the reason for this research topic , related research situation and purpose of this research , research methods and structural arrangements . The second chapter describes the Brown Hill Blang traditional inheritance dependencies formal institutional environment , and its impact on the traditional system of Brown Mountain Blang morphological analysis. The third chapter introduces the Brown Hill Blang matrilineal clan inheritance , paternal clan inheritance , the inheritance of three kinds of two-line clan existence and inheritance Blang society are introduced , and its ethical analysis . The fourth chapter focuses on Brown Hill Blang change the traditional way of succession to describe a formal institutional environment , and institutional economics theory of path dependence in the modern way of succession by the traditional ideological impact of ethical evaluation , and today Brown Hill Blang inheritance existed for ethical analysis .

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