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Lecture 20_Sep 3_ANT148A 2009

Lecture 20_Sep 3_ANT148A 2009 - 3 Transnational mobility as...

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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 Transnationalism in China studies I. Meanings of spatial mobility II. Transnational migration
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I. Meanings of spatial mobility 1. Social hierarchy of space within China During Mao’s period Since the economic reform 2. Conception of space: between China and abroad (the west)
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Transnational mobility as social power II. Transnational migration 1. Transnational migration as a mean to transform oneself to a modern subject – Power of consumption – Body as a site of transformation – Temporal problems, spatial strategies – Developing flexibility 2. National/transnational subjectivity – Flexible citizenship – Patriotic professionalism...
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