Creating the Zhuang: Ethnic Politics in China

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Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000 - 221 páginas
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Often dismissed by scholars as being no different than the Han majority of China, the Zhuang of Guangxi were recognized by Chinese rulers for the first time when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) offered them their own "autonomous" region. Kaup (political science, Furman U.) analyzes the decision to recognize (and effectively create) the Zhuang identity by the CCP as an effort to shape regional and ethnic loyalties towards integration with the centralized state. Discussing how Zhuang grassroots movements came into being as the CCP withdrew support for special treatment, she finds that calls for integration from the Zhuang has increased. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Guangxi and Yunnan
25
Tables
31
The Decision
51
The Consolidation of Central Control
73
The Creation and Promotion of
125
Development and Disparity
149
Zhuang Population Distribution Within
164
The Rise and Fall? of Zhuang Ethnic Nationalism
171
Figures
196
Bibliography
199
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Index
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