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Cultural Nationalism in East Asia

Harumi Befu

Cultural Nationalism in East Asia

Representation and Identity (Research Papers and Policy Studies)

by Harumi Befu

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Published by Univ of California Inst of East .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • China,
  • Japan,
  • Korea,
  • Anthropology,
  • Cultural studies,
  • Nationalism,
  • Civilization,
  • East Asia,
  • 20th century,
  • History,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8598870M
    ISBN 101557290393
    ISBN 109781557290397

      A sequel to the groundbreaking volume, Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Western and Eastern Constructions, the present volume examines in depth interactions between Western racial constructions of East Asians and local constructions of race and their outcomes in modern ng on China, Japan and the two Koreas, it also analyzes the close ties between race, racism and nationalism. nationalism, ethnicity and national identity in East Asia. 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 Size: 40KB.

    The chapters in this handbook look at the history of nationalism in its different aspects as political movement, cultural movement, ideas and ideologies, sentiments, and senses of identity. The chapters on nationalist political movements are organized by regions of the world and divided between nationalism before and after nation-state formation. By Mika Ko, Routledge, Reviewed by Andrew Dorman. The Sheffield Centre for Japanese studies in partnership with Routledge has produced a series of extensive works dedicated to situating Japanese cultural and political topics into the various contexts of east Asia, regionalism, globalisation, internationalism, and foreign policy.

      The Cultural Career of the Japanese Economy: Developmental and Cultural Nationalisms in Historical Perspective Laura Hein This essay explores the connection between the economy and cultural identity in Japanese nationalism. After World War II Japan was a pacesetter in the global trend toward developmental nationalism, including a transformation of its economy into .   In , Abe published a book praising Japanese nationalism as an “open nationalism,” not a “narrow-minded” ideology (Abe ). In his book, Abe lauded wartime suicide attacks (kamikaze or tokkō) on Allied shipping and defended the politics of his grandfather, Kishi Nobusuke, a minister in the wartime cabinet of General Tōjō Hideki.


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Building Cultural Nationalism in Malaysia (East Asia: History, Politics, Sociology and Culture)Format: Paperback. East Asia, too, has its share of nationalism. It is expressed, for Cultural Nationalism in East Asia book, in Korean dissidents' anti-American demonstrations in the streets of Seoul; China's anti-imperial Cultural Revolution, which gripped the nation in the s and s; and Japan's ultra-Right campaigns blaring "revere the emperor" slogans from trucks parked at busy street corners.

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 by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.

Contents: Provincial narratives of the nation: centralism and federalism in republican China / Prasenjit Duara --Representing China: the Great Wall and cultural nationalism in the twentieth century / Arthur Waldron --Cultural nationalism and Chinese modernity / Ann Anagnost.

This informative book provides an up-to-date overview status of conceptions of nation and nationalism in East Asia, especially in relation to the increase in internal ethnocultural diversity.

In addition, the book offers valuable insights into the role of Confucianism in conceptions of nation, nationalism, and globalism, as well as diversity management in the : Junichiro Koji.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Cultural nationalism in East Asia:. Nationalism emerged in East Asia as a result of the influx of Western-derived political thought in the nineteenth century, but its formation drew heavily on pre-existing notions of identity.

In Japan, the Meiji Restoration of set the path for a modern, state-driven nationalism that would underpin Author: Rana Mitter.

In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: [ 29 ] roundtable • pursuing security in a dynamic northeast asia Nationalism in East Asia Kenneth B. Pyle “Nationalism,” Elie Kedourie wrote in the opening sentence of his book on the subject, “is a doctrine invented in Europe at the beginning of the nineteenth century.”.

This collection of essays makes a strong case for the need to explicitly incorporate insights from the fast-growing, fast-changing nations of East Asia, and to extend conceptual understanding about cultural policy and the creative industries beyond the dominant Anglophone and European contexts.

Nationalism and Ethnicity: AsiaIn Asia, as elsewhere, nationalism has been used to mobilize support for the creation of new nation-states or the reinvigoration of existing ones. It has also been activated for such goals as national self-determination, social and economic development, the defense of territorial integrity or territorial expansion, and domination over other nations.

Nationalism in East Asia Kenneth B. Pyle “N ationalism,” Elie Kedourie wrote in the opening sentence of his book on the subject, “is a doctrine invented in Europe at the beginning of the nineteenth century.” The im plication is that there was nothing inevitable or natural about its appearance.

We might well have been without it, as Ernest. The book covers the emergence of nationalist ideas, sentiments, and cultural movements before the formation of a world of nation-states as well as nationalist politics before and after the era of the nation-state, with chapters covering Europe, the Middle East, North-East Asia, South Asia, South-East Asia, and the Americas.

Book Description. Current territorial disputes between the Northeast Asian countries have stimulated a resurgence of bellicose nationalism, and threaten to upset recent efforts to achieve regional cooperation and economic integration in East Asia. These questions lie at the hub of a rapidly expanding secondary literature on the emergence of nationalism in China and its impact on China’s foreign relations.

What is, however, absent from the academic discourse is the voice of the Chinese people themselves. Cultural nationalism and Chinese modernity / Ann Anagnost; Inventing, forgetting, remembering: toward a historical ethnography of the nation-state / Takashi Fujitani; Nationalism and Nihonjinron / Harumi Befu; Minjung theory and practice / Nancy Abelmann; Enduring anxieties: cultural nationalism and modern East Asia / Michael Robinson.

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 its challenging exploration of one of the most neglected aspects of identity in China, this book should appeal.

Bui, Nhung T. Managing anti-China nationalism in Vietnam: evidence from the media during the oil rig Pacific Review, Vol. 30, Issue. 2, p. Cited by: 1. A sequel to the groundbreaking volume, Race and Racism in Modern East Asia: Western and Eastern Constructions, the present volume examines in depth interactions between Western racial constructions of East Asians and local constructions of race and their outcomes in modern ng on China, Japan and the two Koreas, it also analyzes the close ties between race, racism and nationalism.

Cultural nationalism. March The book covers the emergence of nationalist ideas, sentiments, and cultural movements before the formation of a world of nation-states as well as nationalist Author: John Sidel.

Nationalism and Cultural Identity in Modern Japan. Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism,Verso Books, Revised edition, ISBN: Cultural Nationalism in East Asia,Institute of East Asian Studies, University of. The Olympics in East Asia Nationalism, Regionalism, and Globalism on the Center Stage of World Sports Edited by William W.

Kelly and Susan Brownell Council on East Asian Studies Yale University New Haven, Connecticut Cited by: 7. In liberal circles, “nationalism” is typically understood as a divisive, exclusionary force, usually in implicit contrast with some form of cultural pluralism, and so to identify as a Missing: East Asia.culture to the idea of the “Greater East Asia Co-prosperity Sphere,” claiming to overcome the West, which now became the “root of totalitarianism,” extreme individualism, and “regressive ethnic nationalism” in the s (81).

While oscillating between these two .