Constructing Chinese Cultural Identity and Critical Discourse in the Context of Globalisation
The paper deals with the issue of national and cultural identity which is in the crisis in the age of globalization and puts forward some practical strategies toward this challenge.
||Globalization, Nation, Culture, Identity, Critical discourse
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 7, pp.77-84.
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Wang Ning is Professor of English and Comparative Literature in the Foreign Languages Department, Tsinghua University where he directs the Center for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies. Apart from his numerous publications in Chinese, his English articles frequently appear in such international prestigious journals as 'New Literary History', 'boundary 2', 'Critical Inquiry', 'Social Semiotics', 'Neohelicon', 'ARIEL', 'Canadian Review of Comparative Literature', 'Comparative Literature Studies', 'Perspectives: Studies in Translatology', 'Journal of Contemporary China' and many others. His most recent book in English is 'Globalization and Cultural Translation'.
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