Anti-Japan : the politics of sentiment in postcolonial East Asia / Leo T.S. Ching.

By: Ching, Leo T. S, 1962- [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 1 online resource (xii, 163 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781478003359; 1478003359Subject(s): East Asia -- Relations -- Japan | Japan -- Relations -- East Asia | East Asia -- Relations -- United States | United States -- Relations -- East Asia | Japan -- Foreign public opinion, East Asian | United States -- Foreign public opinion, East Asian | World War, 1939-1945 -- Influence | Nationalism -- Japan -- History | Imperialism -- History -- 20th century | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- General | Imperialism | Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.) | International relations | Nationalism | East Asia | Japan | United States | HISTORY / Asia / Japan | World War (1939-1945) | 1900-1999Genre/Form: Electronic books. | History.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Anti-Japan.DDC classification: 303.48/25052 LOC classification: DS518.45 | .C46 2019Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
When Bruce Lee meets Gojira : transimperial characters, anti-Japanism, anti-Americanism, and the failure of decolonization -- "Japanese devils" : the conditions and limits of anti-Japanism in China -- Shameful bodies, bodily shame : "comfort women" and anti-Japanism in South Korea -- Colonial nostalgia or postcolonial anxiety : the Dōsan generation in-between "retrocession" and "defeat" -- "In the name of love" : critical regionalism and co-viviality in post-East Asia -- Reconciliation otherwise : intimacy, indigeneity, and the Taiwan difference.
Action note: digitized 2011 committed to preserveSummary: Leo T.S. Ching traces the complex dynamics that shape persisting negative attitudes toward Japan throughout East Asia, showing how anti-Japanism stems from the failed efforts at decolonization and reconciliation, the U.S. military presence, and shifting geopolitical and economic conditions in the region.
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When Bruce Lee meets Gojira : transimperial characters, anti-Japanism, anti-Americanism, and the failure of decolonization -- "Japanese devils" : the conditions and limits of anti-Japanism in China -- Shameful bodies, bodily shame : "comfort women" and anti-Japanism in South Korea -- Colonial nostalgia or postcolonial anxiety : the Dōsan generation in-between "retrocession" and "defeat" -- "In the name of love" : critical regionalism and co-viviality in post-East Asia -- Reconciliation otherwise : intimacy, indigeneity, and the Taiwan difference.

Leo T.S. Ching traces the complex dynamics that shape persisting negative attitudes toward Japan throughout East Asia, showing how anti-Japanism stems from the failed efforts at decolonization and reconciliation, the U.S. military presence, and shifting geopolitical and economic conditions in the region.

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Leo T. S. Ching is Associate Professor of Japanese and East Asian Cultural Studies at Duke University and author of Becoming "Japanese": Colonial Taiwan and the Politics of Identity Formation .

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