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浅论HerdswomanHerdswoman试述Tamdrin’s试述Life毕业论文摘要

论文预读:rin couple, two daughters and a granddaughter. Her eldest daughter is 23 this year. Her eldest son-in-law lives with them but his registration is in Group 3 and hasn’t been moved to his new family. Her little daughter is now only 14 years old and a student in junior high school. The Tamdrin’s hous浅论HerdswomanHerdswoman试述Tamdrin’s试述Life毕业论文摘要

  The Village of Namseling lies in a valley of South Tibet. There the industrial structure mainly centers on traditional animal husbandry. Namseling has a meadow about of 800 hectare. By day, most villagers drive their fl ocks and herds to graze on the grassland, and in the evening they drive their animals back to enclose them at home. However, even today, there are still a few families herding on the mountains all year round and living a nomadic life, so does Tamdrin. On the morning of July 4th, 2012, accompanied by Tasang, my interpreter, I interviewed Tamdrin in her house. She was helping her eldest daughter to take care of her one month old granddaughter. Her husband and eldest son-inlaw were at work in the pasture on the mountain.

  Tamdrin is 48 this year. She is a resident at Group 2 in the Village of Namseling. There are fi ve people in the family, including the Tamdrin couple, two daughters and a granddaughter. Her eldest daughter is 23 this year. Her eldest son-in-law lives with them but his registration is in Group 3 and hasn’t been moved to his new family. Her little daughter is now only 14 years old and a student in junior high school. The Tamdrin’s house was built in 2010. It is a two storey building supported by eight columns, occupying a total about 130 square meters and a little smaller than the other houses in the village. When the house was built, she received a subsidy of 15 thousand Yuan in total from the government’s Settle Down Program. She borrowed 10 thousand from the bank and more than 10 thousand from her relatives. Now, her loan from both the bank and her relatives remains. After the house was completed, Tamdrin moved in. The house has Tibetan furniture, a TV set and a DVD player. Even so, Tamdrin says, “I would rather live on the mountain because all my family is there. Living on the mountain is free and easy.” I asked her why therefore she built a house in the village. Tamdrin replied, “I did it for my children!”

  The Tamdrins work mainly in animal husbandry. Except for their little daughter, all the family goes herding on the mountain all year round. The 100 hect

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are meadow on which they graze their animals is shared by Groups 1 and 2, but the fl ocks and herds are privately owned. The professional herding families like the Tamdrins exist both in Group 1 and Group 3. Each Group has one family. The family in Group 3 is her son-inlaw’s. Now, the Tamdrins own 20 yaks, 13 cows, 34 beef cattle, 2 calves, and 14 sheep. The family mainly consumes the meat and milk produced by these domestic animals. Last year, they got more than 40 kilograms of butter and 20 kilograms of cheese. They sold about 4 kilograms of cheese at the unit price of 6 Yuan, and also gave some to their relatives. In addition, they slaughtered two old cows, sold one cow (for 2500 Yuan) and one yak (for 4000 Yuan).

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  Tamdrin seldom sells her animal and agricultural products, so she makes only 15 thousand Yuan in cash a year. However, they have to buy living necessities such as pesticides and chemical fertilizers… thus, they don’t save any money. Fortunately, Tamdrin’s parents are very kind to them and responsible for all of Dekyi Yangzom’s living costs. The

论文随机片段:seling has a meadow about of 800 hectare. By day, most villagers drive their fl ocks and herds to graze on the grassland, and in the evening they drive their animals back to enclose them at home. However, even today, there are still a few families herding on the mountains all year round and living a