Journal of Chaohu University ›› 2022, Vol. 24 ›› Issue (6): 106-112+164.doi: 10.12152/j.issn.1672-2868.2022.06.012
CHEN Rui：School of Marxism, Nanjing Agricultural University
Although women's pain is rooted in the power patterns of patriarchal societies, female violence to other
females is often concealed under male domination. Women who perpetrate violence to other females become strong
defenders of patriarchal society, and to some extent, they also uphold and help reproduce patriarchy. Due to the decay of the social ecology, the alienation of the village administration, the change of the economic structure of the
farming family, the high degree of feudalism, and the blockage of new ideas, the modern Huaibei countryside provided a context for the occurrence of violence against women. Whether it is the "intimate other" within the family,
such as mother and daughter, mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, or sisters-in-law, or the "strange other" without
any blood relationship, they may become the "violent other". The real liberation of women should not only focus on
how to get women liberated from the male-dominated society, but also on how to get women out of the predicament
of mutual violence, so as to further promote the liberation of women.
CHEN Rui. On Female Violence in Modern Huaibei Rural Society[J].Journal of Chaohu University, 2022, 24(6): 106-112+164.
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