Simon Shen - Redefining Nationalism in Modern China:
Sino-American Relations and the Emergence of Chinese Public Opinion in the 21st Century
Palgrave Macmillan | 2007 | ISBN: 023054939X | Pages: 312 | PDF | 1.43 MB
Why do the Chinese sometimes speak out against America, and yet at other times, remain silent? This book takes a provocative and innovative position: nationalist anti-American rhetoric in China is often really a means for people to criticize their own government, rather than that of the US. This book uses a variety of previously untapped sources, including a wide range of news sources within China itself, weblogs, and interviews with prominent figures, to make a powerful new argument about the causes and consequences of the new Chinese nationalism.
...::No mirrors, please::...
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