Family, Ethnicity and State in Chinese Culture Under the Impact of Globalization

1st Edition

Han Min, Kawai Hironao

Bridge 21, USA
Published November 2, 2017
Reference - 320 Pages
ISBN 9781626430525 - CAT# Y372301
Series: Bridge21 Publications

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This collection of papers from a project of the National Museum of Ethnology in Japan, unites anthropologists in an international collaborative effort to reexamine the dynamics of family, ethnicity, and the nation-state in China and in overseas Chinese society. Using ethnographic fieldwork, this book sheds light on the interactions between state, society, and identity through a variety of channels, such as family, lineage, kinship or quasi-kinship network, national frameworks such as religion association, Minority Autonomous Regions, and ethnic dress. This research demonstrates that even for the same cultural phenomenon, the discourses at the common, the elite, and the institutional levels will be adjusted based on the needs of the social context, market economy, and global networks.


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