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Harvard East Asian Monographs 291

Articulating Citizenship

Civic Education and Student Politics in Southeastern China, 1912–1940

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HARDCOVER

$49.50 • £39.95 • €44.50

ISBN 9780674025875

Publication Date: 11/30/2007

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400 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

18 black and white illustrations

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  • Tables, Map, and Figures
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • 1. The Ideological Infrastructure of Citizenship: Schools and Publishing
  • 2. Nation as Race, Culture, or Place? The National Community in History and Geography Textbooks
  • 3. Practicing Politics: Student Self-government and Civic Republicanism
  • 4. Cultural Revolution and the Social Organism
  • 5. Tempering Bodies, Molding Moral Characters: Training, Cultivation, and Cultural Citizenship
  • 6. From Mobilization to Routinization: Transformations of Civic Ritual and Performative Citizenship
  • 7. Enacting Citizenship: Youth Activism and National Politics
  • Conclusion: The Trajectory of Modern Chinese Citizenship
  • Appendix A. A Statistical Portrait of Lower Yangzi Region Secondary Schools and Students During the Republican Period
  • Appendix B. Capsule Biographies of Selected Textbook Authors
  • Bibliographic Essay
  • Works Cited
  • Index

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