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Cultural nationalism in contemporary China

the search for national identity under reform

by Yingjie Guo

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

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  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Nationalism -- China.,
    • National characteristics, Chinese.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementYingjie Guo.
      SeriesRoutledgeCurzon studies on China in transition
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJC311 .G82 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3675360M
      ISBN 100415322642
      LC Control Number2003011335

        Nationalism and contemporary China Nationalism and contemporary China Zhang, Xudong NATIONALISM AND CONTEMPORARY CHINA* Xudong Zhang With the spread of the China threat theory in the West, (Chinese) nationalism has become a term frequently appearing in Chinese as well as foreign media. Among the various expositions on . Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China relocates the discussion of nationalism to within a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the people and the state and the relationship of each to the nation. With its challenging exploration of one of the most neglected aspects of identity in China, this book should.


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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China (Routledge Studies on China in Transition).Manufacturer: Routledge. Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China relocates the discussion of nationalism to within a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the people and the state and the relationship of Were the book to be read in China, it might help avert the entrenchment of a new nationalism, over which would inevitably reign an.

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Literature. David Aberbach,Jewish Cultural Nationalism: Origins and Influences, ISBN Kosaku Yoshino,Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary Japan: A Sociological Enquiry, ISBN J. Ellen Gainor,Performing America: Cultural Nationalism in American Theater, ISBN G.

Gordon Betts,The Twilight of Britain:. Get this from a library. Cultural nationalism in contemporary China: the search for national identity under reform. [Yingjie Guo] -- "In the vast majority of literature on 'Chinese nationalism' the distinction between nation and state is rarely made.

Consequently nationalism usually appears as loyalty to the state rather than. Focused on the politics of cultural identity in contemporary China, Y ingjie Guo’ s monograph is a detailed study of a major recent phenomenon, which he names “cultural nationalism”.

TheAuthor: Villard Florent. The China Quarterly 'Guo's book is a significant contribution to the discussion on Chinese nationalism, and a well-resourced account of the recent development and promotion of elite perceptions of nationhood and national identity from a cultural perspective.' -China Journal.

Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China relocates the discussion of nationalism to within a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the people and the state and the relationship of each to the nation.

With its challenging exploration of one of the most neglected aspects of identity in China, this book should appeal. Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China describes the battle for China's soul which has taken place between cultural nationalism and state nationalism.

It relocates the discussion of nationalism in a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the nation as imagined by the cultural nationalists and the : Yingjie Guo.

Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China relocates the discussion of nationalism to within a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the people and the state and the relationship of each to the nation.

With its challenging exploration of one of the most neglected aspects of identity in China, this book should appeal Brand: Taylor And Francis. Cultural Governance in Contemporary China: “Re-Orienting” Party Propaganda. Elizabeth J. Perry. Harvard University.

Shortly after the startling collapse of Communist regimes across Eastern Europe inthe field of contemporary China studies was swept by a “democratization” paradigm that looked. Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China describes the battle for China's soul which has taken place between cultural nationalism and state nationalism.

It relocates the discussion of nationalism in a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the nation as imagined by the cultural nationalists and the state.".

Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China relocates the discussion of nationalism to within a more contemporary framework which explores the. Hsiau A-Chin’s book, drawing on his doctoral dissertation research in sociology at the University of California San Diego, provides an interesting view of the rise of cultural nationalism in Taiwan in tandem with movements for its political independence, and concentrates on the “role played by such humanist intellectuals as writers, artists, historians, linguists” (p.

14).Author: Edward McDonald. Contemporary Art Impacts on Scientific, Social, and Cultural Paradigms: Emerging Research and Opportunities provides emerging research exploring the theoretical and practical aspects of present post-aesthetic art and its applications within economics, politics, social media, and everyday life.

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The Case for Cultural Nationalism By Michael Lind American cultural nationalism -- the notion of a national majority defined by a common culture -- is a plausible basis for a. This book aims to illuminate that debate from a comparative and theoretical perspective. It also tests theories of ethnicity and cultural nationalism through the use of Japan as a case study.

Yoshino examines how ideas of national distinctiveness are `produced' and `consumed' in Japanese society through a study of intellectuals, teachers and.

Drawing on a wide range of Chinese historical and contemporary texts, Contemporary Taiwanese Cultural Nationalism addresses diverse subjects including nationalist literature; language ideology; the crafting of a national history; the impact of Japanese colonialism and the increasingly strained relationship between China and Taiwan.

This book is essential Brand: Taylor And Francis. "Cultural, Ethnic and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan offers timely discussions on important changes in today's Taiwan. Having situated Taiwan in a global context and characterized the "bentuha" as a nationalist endeavor, the contributors of this volume examine carefully the island's colonial legacy, post-colonial experience and ongoing confrontation with.

About this book Introduction Focusing on the indigenization of politics and culture and its close connection with the identity politics of ethnicity and nationalism, this volume is an attempt to map prominent contours of the indigenization paradigm as it has unfolded in Taiwan.

Accession Number: AD Title: TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN MODERN CHINA: SCIENCE, NATIONALISM, AND THE TENSIONS OF CULTURAL CHANGE. Descriptive Note: Harvard East Asian Series, Corporate Author: HARVARD UNIV CAMBRIDGE MA EAST ASIAN RESEARCH CENTER Personal Author(s): Croizier, Ralph C Report Date: Jan.

While, for historical reasons, the politics of nationalism in China has emerged through historical experiences of greatness and humiliation, it aims to maintain cultural autonomy and unity in China’s education to serve the purpose of nation-building depending on the prevailing contemporary political : Wai-Chung Ho.

William A. Callahan He has published widely on Chinese identity and politics, including an article in International Organization () on Chinese nationalism and the Chinese diaspora.

His latest book Contingent States: Greater China and Transnational Relations was published in by Minnesota, and his current research project addresses the interplay of Cited by: Cultural nationalism in contemporary China: The search for national identity under reform Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary China relocates the discussion of nationalism to within a more contemporary framework which explores the disjunction between the people and the state and the relationship of each to the nation.

this book should. The copyright page notes that Kunze’s dissertation, subtitled “Haizi’s Poetry and Cultural Discourses in Contemporary China,” was submitted inwith the book published in ; the acknowledgements refer to “this dissertation,” and Struggle and Symbiosis reads more like a Ph.D.

thesis than a polished monograph. Divination, Yijing, and Cultural Nationalism: The Self-Legitimation of Divination as an Aspect of “Traditional Culture” in Post-Mao China Geng Li Abstract By aligning themselves with the Book of Changes (易經 Yijing) and National Learning (國學Guoxue), diviners in contemporary China regard themselves as protectors of “traditional culture” and promoters.

Nationalism in contemporary China is explored through comparative theoretical frameworks such as “the invention of tradition,” “imagined communities,” popular nationalism, cultural nationalism, ethnic nationalism, and national identity.

The unit could be useful in a variety of courses including but not limited to: Comparative Politics. Nationalism, ideology based on the idea that the individual’s loyalty and devotion to the nation-state surpass other individual or group interests. Although it is often thought to be very old, nationalism did not become a great determining factor in history until the end of the 18th century.

Charts Western influence and national developmentBeginning with the midth century, when China encountered the West and began to enter the modern age, this encyclopedia offers an overview of the world's largest and most populous nation.

The coverage includes not only major political topics, but also surveys the arts, business, literature, education, journalism, and all. Cultural nationalism in China since the s has been characterized as both anti-Western (especially anti-US) and anti-Marxist. 29 It has taken shape in a context of rising self-confidence in China’s cultural traditions among intellectuals as a result of China’s rapid economic development, and of suspicion towards perceived cultural.

This has led to the growth of a strong cultural nationalism which was seen in the form of literary writings, songs and other art forms. With annexation of Tibet inChina gradually tried to win the hearts and minds of Tibetans through different policies like democratic reforms, economic liberalisation and political autonomy.

How often do we think of cultural humiliation and failure as strengths. Against prevailing views on what it means to enjoy power as individuals, cultures, or nations, this provocative book looks at the making of cultural and national identities in modern China as building success on failure.

It reveals the exercise of sovereign power where we least expect it and shows how this is crucial. The upsurge of nationalism in China since the s has attracted considerable interest in academic circles.

It has come about against the background of the frustration of political modernization (democratization) in China as a result of the June Fourth incident. These historical circumstances have prompted further debate over the relationship between democratization.

Cultural, Ethnic, and Political Nationalism in Contemporary Taiwan: Bentuhua, edited by John Makeham and A-chin Hsiau, came out as Taiwan reached a crossroads in nationalboth Lien Chan and James Soong made journeys of peace to Beijing to establish better relations across the Taiwan Straits.

Drawing on a wide range of Chinese historical and contemporary texts, Contemporary Taiwanese Cultural Nationalism addresses diverse subjects including nationalist literature; language ideology; the crafting of a national history; the impact of Japanese colonialism and the increasingly strained relationship between China and Taiwan.

Comparison on Cultural Nationalism between Modern Korea and China in the Early 20th Century Over the confronted, yet shared borderline, Korea and China have actively been engaged with each other in various fields of life ever since the dawn of the nations.

Drawing on a wide range of Chinese historical and contemporary texts, Contemporary Taiwanese Cultural Nationalism addresses diverse subjects including nationalist literature; language ideology; the crafting of a national history; the impact of Japanese colonialism and the increasingly strained relationship between China and Taiwan.

This book is essential Cited by:. 9 The facts and issues treated in this book are significant and important ones, but their treatment is, on the whole, and regrettably, an opportunity missed. Hsiau A-Chin, Contemporary Taiwanese Cultural Nationalism China Perspectives, 51 | january-february 3.The conception of the China Inside Out project is shaped by an effort at a “take,” a set of observations, on the contemporary history of theory and intellectual fashion as it unfolds in certain interdisciplinary and reformed disciplinary arenas concerned with issues of culture, ideas, ideology, and the classic themes of qualitative social.CONTEMPORARY CHINA: A BOOK LIST.

and senior theses about contemporary China; --to supplement the required reading lists of courses on "Chinese Development" and "Chinese Politics," for which Cultural Revolution Memoirs/Autobiographies. Deng's & Jiang's Eras .