Studying the Enemy: Japan Hands in Republican China and Their Quest for National Identity

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Political Science - 292 pages
Unlike the majority of contemporary scholarly works that examine Sino-Japanese relations between 1925 and 1945, this study de-emphasizes the story of conflict and war in favor of one that revolves around the way in which the Chinese intellectually encountered the "enemy", the Japanese.
 

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Contents

A HISTORY OF THE JAPAN DISCOURSE IN CHINA FROM ITS BEGINNINGS TO 1928
3
CHAPTER
41
Japan Hands
72
CHAPTER THREE
97
Japanese History
106
Modern Historiography versus National Essence
128
Conclusion
134
CHAPTER FOUR
151
CHAPTER FIVE
187
Li Fanfu Wang Jiyuan
188
The Components of Japanism
193
Japanism and Radical Japanese Nationalism in the 1920s
210
Conclusion
227
BIBLIOGRAPHY
257
Index
277
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Cultural Autonomy
164

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