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Religion and the Formation of Taiwanese Identities

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This volume centres on the creation of varied forms of individual and group identity in Taiwan, and the relationship between these forms of identity, both individual and collective, and patterns of Taiwanese religion, politics, and culture. The contributors explore the Taiwanese people's sense of who they are, attempting to discern how they identify themselves as individuals and as collectives and then try to determine the identity/roles individuals and groups construct for themselves. Ranging from the local essays to the national level and within the larger Chinese cultural/religious universe, these essays explore the complex nature of identity/role and the processes of identity formation which have shaped Taiwan's multileveled past and its many faceted present.

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Titel: Religion and the Formation of Taiwanese Identities
Autoren/Herausgeber: P. Katz, M. Rubenstein (Hrsg.)
Ausgabe: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003

ISBN/EAN: 9781349387038

Seitenzahl: 294
Format: 21,6 x 14 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 387 g
Sprache: Englisch

PAUL R. KATZ teaches at the Institute of History, National Central University, Taiwan. He is the author of Demon Hordes and Burning Boats: The Cult of Marshall Wen in Late Imperial Checkiang, The Cult of Royal Lords in Taiwan, and Images of the Immortal: The Cult of Lü Dongbin at the Palace of Eternal Joy.MURRAY RUBENSTEIN is a specialist in Modern East Asia. His monographs are The Protestant Community on Modern Taiwan, and The Origins of the Anglo-American Missionary Enterprise in China, 1807-1840. He has edited The Other Taiwan and Taiwan, 1600-1996 and published articles and books in journals in the United States, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

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