Buku Teks :: Kembali

Buku Teks :: Kembali

National identities and bilateral relations : widening gaps in east asia and chinese demonization of the united states

edited by Gilbert Rozman (California Stanford University Press, 2013)

 Abstrak

"The second of Gilbert Rozman's contributed volumes on East Asian national identity traces how efforts to draw a sharp divide between one country's identity and that of another shape relations in the post-Cold War era. It examines the two-way relations of Japan, South Korea, and China, introducing the concept of a national identity gap to estimate the degree to which the identities of two countries target each other as negative contrasts. This concept is then applied to China's reinterpretation from 2009-11 of the gap between its identity and that of the United States. Each pairing represents a key relationship through which an Asian country has historically shaped its identity, and is striving to reshape it. The volume begins with experts' analyses of how Japan, South Korea and China have changed their diplomatic environment in Asia in order to transform identity. In the second half of the book, Rozman reflects on the discomfort all three East Asian countries have from excessive dependence on the United States. He concentrates on Chinese discourse in particular, as analyzed through the ideological, temporal, sectoral, vertical, and horizontal dimensions of national identity. Even if foreign policy turns more cautionary for a time, Rozman argues that China's inflammatory identity discourse, which remains at an intensity unmatched in the other countries, will continue to have a chilling effect on prospects for pragmatic diplomacy with the U.S"--
ContentsMachine generated contents note: pt. I BILATERAL RELATIONS AND NATIONAL IDENTITIES WITHIN EAST ASIA
Introduction: Conceptualizing National Identity Gaps within East Asia /​ Gilbert Rozman
1.The Search for a Japanese National Identity by Foreign Service Officials /​ Kazuhiko Togo
2.National Identities and South Korea-Japan Relations /​ Cheol Hee Park
3.National Identities and Sino-Japanese Relations /​ Ming Wan
4.National Identities and Sino-South Korean Relations /​ See-Won Byun
5.The Rediscovery of the Tianxia World Order /​ Yongnian Zheng
pt. II NATIONAL IDENTITY GAPS AND THE UNITED STATES
Introduction: The U.S. Factor and East Asian National Identity Gaps /​ Gilbert Rozman
6.East Asian National Identities and International Relations Studies /​ Gilbert Rozman
7.Chinese National Identity and East Asian National Identity Gaps /​ Gilbert Rozman
8.Chinese National Identity and the Sino-U.S. Civilizational Gap /​ Gilbert Rozman.

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Jenis Koleksi: Buku Teks
No. Panggil : 327.507 3 NAT
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Penerbitan : Washington, D.C. : California Stanford University Press, 2013
ISBN 9780804784764
Sumber Pengatalogan
Tipe Konten text
Tipe Media unmediated
Tipe Carrier volume
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Deskripsi Fisik ix, 277 pages. ; 24 cm
Catatan Bibliografi
Catatan Seri
Catatan Umum
Catatan Versi Asli
Lembaga Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 2
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No. Panggil No. Barkod Ketersediaan
327.507 3 NAT 01-15-01596 TERSEDIA
327.507 3 NAT 01-15-01597 TERSEDIA
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