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Jonathan D. Spence's "The Chan's Great Continent": Edward Saidian Viewpoint?
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5 pages in length. "It is entirely appropriate to the course of our own exploration that the first Western work devoted mainly to China should be evasive and problematic." And so sets the mood of Jonathan D. Spence's "The Chan's Great Continent, China in Western Minds," a compilation of historical works that reflect the Western – if not skewed – perspective of China's cultural, political and social existence. Composed of an Edward Saidian viewpoint, the student will want to note that Spence's book encompasses the fundamental basis upon which Said's entire argument is founded; indeed, there is no question that while delivered in an entertaining fashion, The Chan's Great Continent, China in Western Minds is rife with Saidian implications of Orientalism that help the reader understand the different between true Chinese history and Western exaggeration. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Jonathan Spence's "The Death of Woman Wang" As an Example of Seventeenth-Century Chinese Social History
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A 5 page paper which examines how the book considers society from the bottom up in order to contribute to a better understanding of Chinese society during this time period, and also discusses what kinds of issues that social history addresses better than political and intellectual histories, to determine how the book presents Chinese society. No additional sources are used.
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Jonathan Spence/ "Search for Modern China"
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A 5 page research paper that examines the period of Chinese history between 1911 and 1937 utilizing the comprehensive history of China by Jonathan Spence, "The Search for Modern China." The writer discusses the weaknesses of the Nationalist government and the forces that caused its downfall. No additional sources cited.
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Judy Yung's "Unbound Voices" And Vicki L. Ruiz's "From Out Of The Shadows": Cultural Assimilation
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9 pages in length. A collection of personal essays in Judy Yung's Unbound Voices and an account of civil rights issues in Vicki L. Ruiz's From Out of the Shadows effectively illustrates how each author is quite successful at telling tales of cultural struggle, immigration, racism & discrimination and the inherent commitment that accompanies assimilation. In portraying the characterization of these various bonds and relationships, the authors' quintessential components draw together the very basic qualities that exist within the confines of Mexican-American and Asian-American cultures. While there are, indeed, a handful of similarities with regard to the two very diverse concepts of conventional culture and mainstreaming into another, each author illustrates how there exist many more differences that serve to cause friction in direct relation to respect for one's natural heritage, with particular focus upon women. No additional sources cited.
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