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|Title:||The Battle for China's Past: Mao and the Cultural Revolution|
|Contents:||1. Debating the Cultural Revolution -- 2. Constructing history: memories, values and identity -- 3. Constructing history: memories, autobiographies and biographies in Chinese -- 4. Mao, the Unknown Story: an intellectual scandal -- 5. Moa: the known story and the logic of denial -- 6. How a medical doctor doctors history: a case study of Li Zhisui -- 7. Challenging the hegemony: contrary narratives in the e-media (I) - Mao and the Cultural Revolution -- 8. Challenging the hegemony: contrary narratives in the e-media (II) - Mao era -- 9. the problem of the rural-urban divide in pursuit of modernity: values and attitudes -- 10. The battle of China’s history: seeing the past from the present -- Conclusion: truth and belief values of socialism and China’s future direction.|
|Appears in Collections:||Asian Studies publications|
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