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Title: Modulations of Nationalism Across the Taiwan Strait
Authors: Shaw, Carl K. Y.
Keywords: civic nationalism;cultural nationalism;democratization;Taiwan;Lee Teng-hui
Date: 2002-06
Issue Date: 2016-10-14 15:48:26 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This paper provides a historical overview and theoretical interpretation of the issue of national identity in Taiwan. The author demonstrates how the idea of “orthodoxy” in the dynastic tradition has shaped various projects of Chinese nationalism in the twentieth century. Taiwan has surpassed this dynastic mind-set by transforming cultural nationalism into civic nationalism. Taiwan r new political order which is centered on popular elections of the president, is interpreted as the institutionalization of plebiscites which has forged a new national identity. Theoretical reflection on the relationship between the civic nationalism of Taiwan and the cultural nationalism of China is also provided. The author contends that a mode of heterocentric self-understanding is needed to resolve the ideological conflict between China and Taiwan.
Relation: Issues & Studies,38(2),122-147
Data Type: article
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