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Author: James Wilkerson,Robert Parkin
ISBN: 0857455680
Language: English
Pages: 262 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (October 1, 2012)
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Modalities of Change: The Interface of Tradition and Modernity in East Asia. New York: Berghahn Books, 2013. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 November 2014.

While in some cases modernity may dominate 'traditional' forms of expression, in others, the modern is embraced as a welcome source of new ideas that can modify 'tradition' while still keeping it within its own bounds. Maintaining a strong and distinct cultural identity with the help of modernity helps representatives of that identity cope with the modern world more generally.

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the interface of tradition and modernity in East Asia. by James Wilkerson, Robert Parkin. Published 2012 by Berghahn Books in New York. Civilization, Social life and customs, Ethnology, Modern Civilization, Asian National characteristics, Social change. There's no description for this book yet.

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Modalities Of Change. The Interface of Tradition and Modernity in East Asia. This book explores the consequences of the interface between modernity and tradition in selected societies in Taiwan, mainland China and Vietnam

Modalities Of Change. This book explores the consequences of the interface between modernity and tradition in selected societies in Taiwan, mainland China and Vietnam. The contributors examine how traditions are themselves exploiting modernity in creative ways, in the interests of their own further cultural developments, and to what extent this approach is likely to help a tradition survive. Sociology Nonfiction. Publisher: Berghahn Books.

Modalities of Change Wilkerson James Eurospan 9780857455680 : While in some cases modernity may dominate traditional .

Modalities of Change Wilkerson James Eurospan 9780857455680 : While in some cases modernity may dominate traditional forms of expression, in others, the modern is embraced as a welcome source.

While in some cases modernity may dominate 'traditional' forms of expression, in others, the modern is embraced as a welcome source of new ideas that can modify 'tradition' while still keeping it within its own bounds. Maintaining a strong and distinct cultural identity with the help of modernity helps representatives of that identity cope with the modern world more generally. By contrast, assimilation to a dominant culture marked as modern is clearly associated with not only the loss of a distinct identity, but also its specific forms of cultural expression. This book explores the consequences of the interface between modernity and tradition in selected societies in Taiwan, mainland China and Vietnam. The contributors examine how traditions are themselves exploiting modernity in creative ways, in the interests of their own further cultural developments, and to what extent this approach is likely to help a tradition survive.