Conflict &; Communication (inbunden)
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Conflict &; Communication (inbunden)

Conflict &; Communication

A Changing Asia in a Globalizing World -- Social & Political Perspectives

Inbunden Engelska, 2016-09-01
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Focusing on the themes of conflict, communication, and globalisation, this book provides interdisciplinary studies of modern and contemporary Asia and highlights the latest developments in Asian Studies. Beginning with a discussion on the role of communications, the book offers theoretical and methodological considerations on dealing with conflict and communication. It then explores selfother relationships through an investigation of the ethical structure of responsibility in the context of globalisation. In the following chapters, contributors from China, Germany, Ireland, Japan and South Korea provide a clear grasp of conflicts and communications within and beyond Asia from political, economic and cultural perspectives. They offer insight on a wide range of topics including the Sino-Japanese conflict, the political and ideological struggles between the two Koreas, Asian countries responses to the economic crisis, the World Fair and globalisation, the development of NBA culture in China, and Sino-Western comparison on mother-in-lawdaughter-in-law dynamic. The book concludes that Asias rise should present more opportunities than conflicts and threats, and that it will eventually lead to the emergence of a multipolar world.
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Lu Zhouxiang is a lecturer in Chinese Studies at the School of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, National University of Ireland Maynooth (NUIM). He received both of his Bachelor and Master degrees in Education from Chengdu Sport University in China and obtained his PhD at University College Cork, Ireland (UCC). Before joining NUIM in 2011, he held positions at UCC School of Asian Studies and the Irish Institute of Chinese Studies (UCC). His main research interests are modern Chinese history, nationalism and globalism, and comparative studies between the West and China in the field of sport. His recent publications include: Sport, Nationalism and the Building of the Chinese Nation State (1912-49) (2011) and Sport and Nationalism in China (2013) with Fan Hong.


Preface; Cohesion Instead of Integration Shifting Borders & the Role of Communications; Neo-Confucian Theory on the Self-Other Relationship: Rethinking the Concept of Responsibility; Ideological Conflict & Communication in Sport between the Two Koreas; Political Responses to the Economic Crisis: China, Japan & South Korea; Engaging with the World: The History of Chinas Participation in the World Fairs (18511915); Globalisation, Americanisation & the Emergence of Consumer Culture in China: A Narrative Study of NBA Fans; An Intra-Country Comparison of Chinese Business Leaders Personal Values; Mother-in-Law & Daughter-in-Law Relationships: A Cross Cultural Comparison; Index.