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Title Cross-currents of social theorizing of contemporary Taiwan : self, culture and society / edited by Ananta Kumar Giri, Su-Chen Wu
Imprint Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2022
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Note Cross-Currents of Social Theorizing of Contemporary Taiwan: An Introduction and an Invitation -- Part I. Cross-Currents of Social Theorizing of Contemporary Taiwan: Classical Roots and Contemporary Reconstructions -- Chapter 1. A Scientific Interpretation of Confucian Theorizing on Self-cultivation -- Chapter 2. From Self to Self Nature: Buddhist Self-Enlightenment Theory -- Chapter 3. Wisdom Consultation: Application of Yang-ming's Nousology in Indigenous Psychological Consultation -- Chapter 4. Constructing the Theoretical Basis of Chinese Indigenous Social Science -- Part II. Social Theorizing in Contemporary Taiwan: Glimpses from Some Contemporary Movements and Socio-Cultural Initiatives -- Chapter 5. The Social Transformation from Labor Movement to Political Movement - The Praxis of Committee for Action of Labor Legislation and People's Democratic Political Movement -- Chapter 6. Another World is Possible: Abandoning the Hegemony of Global Capitalism in The Sunflower Movement in Taiwan -- Chapter 7. Culture, Land Reclamation Movement and Property Relations: Reflections on the Language of Property in Indigenous Mapping Projects in Truku Society, Taiwan -- Chapter 8. Countering Prejudices with Uncanny Strangeness: Taiwanese Children's Books about Southeast Asian Marriage Immigrants in Taiwan -- Chapter 9. Gastronomic Fusion and Flexible Culinary Citizenship of Southeast Asian Female Migrants in Taiwan's Public TV Programs -- Part Three: Ethics and Other Issues of Cultural Creativity -- Chapter 10: An Inclusive Theory of Ethics Based on Chinese Culture: The Duality Model of Professional Ethics for Helpers -- Chapter 11. Through the Compound Eyes The Ethical Dynamics of Wu Ming-yi's Materialistic Literary Vision in The Man with the Compound Eyes and The Stolen Bicycle -- Chapter 12. Affect and the Virtual: A Deleuzian Reading of a Taiwanese Film: Kano -- Chapter 13: Articulating Ecological Ethics and Politics of Life in Ming-Yi Wu's The Land of Little Rain -- Chapter 14. Breathing Between: Making a Sensory Ethnographic Film on Freediving Spearfishing with the 'Amis in Taiwan' -- Chapter 15. The Life Education of the Protect Life Relief Pictures in the Buddha Museum, Taiwan. -- Chapter 16 The Combat and Compromise in Taiwanese Puppets as a Body without Organ: Samadhi Tang Creative Puppet Troupe as an Example -- Chapter Seventeen: Engaged Buddhism, The Six Pāramitās and Yuanmen's Collective Social-Charity Practices
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject Taiwan -- Social life and customs -- 21st century
Taiwan -- Civilization -- 21st century
Social Theory
Political Theory
Cultural Theory
Asian Culture
Asian Politics
Alt Author Giri, Ananta Kumar, editor
Wu, Su-Chen, editor
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