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The Resource History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China : a double-edged sword, Robert Weatherley, Qiang Zhang, (electronic resource)

History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China : a double-edged sword, Robert Weatherley, Qiang Zhang, (electronic resource)

Label
History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China : a double-edged sword
Title
History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China
Title remainder
a double-edged sword
Statement of responsibility
Robert Weatherley, Qiang Zhang
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
303.48/251052
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Nationalism
  • China
  • Japan
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History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China : a double-edged sword, Robert Weatherley, Qiang Zhang, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Contents
  • History and Nationalist Legitimacy in Contemporary China; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction; History and Nationalism; Aggressive Nationalism; Yuanmingyuan; Japanese Imperialism; Consensual Nationalism; The Second Sino-Japanese War; The Republican Era; The Double-Edged Sword; Participants in the Debate; What Is Nationalism?; Chinese Nationalism; Assessing the Literature; Chapter Outline; References; Chapter 2 Turning to Nationalism: Another Crisis of Regime Legitimacy for the CCP; The Erosion of Economic Legitimacy; Manufacturing Marxism; Socialist Commodity Economy
  • Primary Stage of SocialismThe Patriotic Education Campaign; The Human Rights Campaign; Reinforcing Patriotism; The Initial Public Response; The First Signs of Dissent; References; Chapter 3 Aggressive Nationalism: Utilising the Yuanmingyuan Incident; The Tragedy of Yuanmingyuan; Neglect of the Site Under Mao; Constructing a Historical Legacy; The Nationalist Rationale; The Debate Over Restoration; Leave Alone; Restore; Returning the Booty; Public Discord; Fabricating History; Blaming China; Why Remember Yuanmingyuan?; Time to Stand up; Picking Over the Ashes; References
  • Chapter 4 Aggressive Nationalism: The Legacy of Japanese ImperialismJapanese Imperialism in China; The CCP's Contradictory Position on Japan; Contemporary Flashpoints; Diaoyu Islands; 1996 Lighthouse Incident; 2010 Trawler Incident; 2012 Nationalisation Incident; History Textbooks, Comfort Women and Other Issues; Selective Nationalism; Dissenting Voices; Weak on National Issues; Broader CCP Failings; CCP Double Standards; From Aggression to Consensus; References; Chapter 5 Consensual Nationalism: The KMT and the Second Sino-Japanese War; Towards a Consensual Party Line
  • Taking Nationalism as the Key LinkPopular Interest in the War; National Pride; Sympathy for KMT Veterans; Ritualised Remembrance; CCP Under Fire; Persecuting National Heroes; Distorting History; Betraying the Nation; The Party Comes Out Fighting; The Strategy Backfires?; References; Chapter 6 Consensual Nationalism: The Republican Era and the Rise of Republican Fever; Post-Mao Interest in the Republic; Academic Research; Popular Culture; The Emergence of the Fever; Using the Past to Serve the Present; Economic Rationale; Nationalist Rationale; Rights and Freedoms During the Republic
  • Academic ExcellenceThe Education System; University Education; Primary and Secondary School Education; Media Freedom; The Democratic Legacy; The Republic's Nationalist Credentials; China's International Status; Economic Development; A Republican National Identity; Backlash Against Republican Fever; Challenging CCP Legitimacy?; References; Chapter 7 Conclusion; History Repeating Itself?; The Link to Legitimacy; The Dissent in Context; Textbook Legitimacy; References; Index
Control code
on1002902840
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137479471
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1002902840
Label
History and nationalist legitimacy in contemporary China : a double-edged sword, Robert Weatherley, Qiang Zhang, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • History and Nationalist Legitimacy in Contemporary China; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1 Introduction; History and Nationalism; Aggressive Nationalism; Yuanmingyuan; Japanese Imperialism; Consensual Nationalism; The Second Sino-Japanese War; The Republican Era; The Double-Edged Sword; Participants in the Debate; What Is Nationalism?; Chinese Nationalism; Assessing the Literature; Chapter Outline; References; Chapter 2 Turning to Nationalism: Another Crisis of Regime Legitimacy for the CCP; The Erosion of Economic Legitimacy; Manufacturing Marxism; Socialist Commodity Economy
  • Primary Stage of SocialismThe Patriotic Education Campaign; The Human Rights Campaign; Reinforcing Patriotism; The Initial Public Response; The First Signs of Dissent; References; Chapter 3 Aggressive Nationalism: Utilising the Yuanmingyuan Incident; The Tragedy of Yuanmingyuan; Neglect of the Site Under Mao; Constructing a Historical Legacy; The Nationalist Rationale; The Debate Over Restoration; Leave Alone; Restore; Returning the Booty; Public Discord; Fabricating History; Blaming China; Why Remember Yuanmingyuan?; Time to Stand up; Picking Over the Ashes; References
  • Chapter 4 Aggressive Nationalism: The Legacy of Japanese ImperialismJapanese Imperialism in China; The CCP's Contradictory Position on Japan; Contemporary Flashpoints; Diaoyu Islands; 1996 Lighthouse Incident; 2010 Trawler Incident; 2012 Nationalisation Incident; History Textbooks, Comfort Women and Other Issues; Selective Nationalism; Dissenting Voices; Weak on National Issues; Broader CCP Failings; CCP Double Standards; From Aggression to Consensus; References; Chapter 5 Consensual Nationalism: The KMT and the Second Sino-Japanese War; Towards a Consensual Party Line
  • Taking Nationalism as the Key LinkPopular Interest in the War; National Pride; Sympathy for KMT Veterans; Ritualised Remembrance; CCP Under Fire; Persecuting National Heroes; Distorting History; Betraying the Nation; The Party Comes Out Fighting; The Strategy Backfires?; References; Chapter 6 Consensual Nationalism: The Republican Era and the Rise of Republican Fever; Post-Mao Interest in the Republic; Academic Research; Popular Culture; The Emergence of the Fever; Using the Past to Serve the Present; Economic Rationale; Nationalist Rationale; Rights and Freedoms During the Republic
  • Academic ExcellenceThe Education System; University Education; Primary and Secondary School Education; Media Freedom; The Democratic Legacy; The Republic's Nationalist Credentials; China's International Status; Economic Development; A Republican National Identity; Backlash Against Republican Fever; Challenging CCP Legitimacy?; References; Chapter 7 Conclusion; History Repeating Itself?; The Link to Legitimacy; The Dissent in Context; Textbook Legitimacy; References; Index
Control code
on1002902840
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137479471
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1002902840

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