Lecture 5_Aug 10_ANT148A 2009

Lecture 5_Aug 10_ANT148A 2009 - Richard Madsen, and...

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ANT148A: Culture and Political Economy in Contemporary China Summer Session II 2009 Gowoon Noh (Dept of Anthropology, UCD)
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Lecture Outline I. Film review: To Live II. Short essay paper #1
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I. Film Review: To Live Pivotal changes in the Mao era Personal experiences of the changes, and their efforts and strategies to adjust the situation (or you might say, to overcome difficulties) Family values and relationship among family members Changing roles and relations of residents in local community
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Short essay paper #1 Zhang Yimou, the director of the film, To Live , and Anita Chan,
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Unformatted text preview: Richard Madsen, and Jonathan Unger, the authors of the book, Chen Village , emphasize different aspects and social impacts of the political campaigns in a Chinese community during Maos period. Compare and contrast how differently the two depict the relationship between political ideologies and human emotions throughout the Chinese participating in the campaigns. Then, analyze how their different views help us understand the notion of agency of the Chinese during Maos period. Provide at least one detailed example from the film and the book....
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