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Refeng Xueshu Volume 5
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Publication Date: 2011-08-01

Refeng Xueshu Volume 5
Series: Refeng Xueshu
Editor: WANG Xiaoming, CAI Xiang
Publisher: Shanghai People Publishing House
Publication Date: 2011-08-01
Refeng Xueshu adopts LU Xun's idea and spirit of "Refeng" to academically engage itself with the contemporary China.  It focuses on: 1) the dominant culture and the mechanism of its production in the contemporary China since the late 1980s, and 2) resources and conditions offered by Chinese histories from the 19th century to the 1970s.   The interaction between the dominant culture of contemporary China and the resource/condition set by Chinese histories has played a crucial role in the social and cultural reproduction of contemporary China.


Reading Our Time

LEE Dongyeon: The digital culture and the world of the electronic game
LI Jing: From the inside to the outside of the group—the cultural identity of the post-80s youth in online games
CHENG Sheng-Shun: “Moe Culture” and objectification of women—An analysis of online games and their advertisements in Taiwan
ZHANG Xin: An overview of the “China and Korea: Transgressions and Challenges of the Online Game Culture” Conference
Re-interpretation:Review of CHEN Yingzhen’s novels

ZHENG Hong-Sheng: Chen Yingzhen and Taiwan’s sixties on the self-realization of Taiwan's post-war baby boom generation
CHAO Kang: Struggling in between the stars and the earth idealism and the woman question in Chen Yingzhen's Early Novels
CHEN Kuan-Hsing: Chen Yingzhen’s third world—On lunatics, madman, mental patient
Inside & Outside Literature

HUANG Weizi: Cultural celebrities: intellectuals and the field of cultural production of contemporary China
KANG Ling: The popular music, the national allegory and the possibility of cultural studies—a discussion focusing on Heirs of the Dragon
Refeng Observations

Slavoj Žižek: Living in the end times
NI Wei: The “Cultural Revolution”: Taking a risk in “chaos” without gaining any benefits?
Refeng Forum

HSU Jinn-Yuh & CHEN Kuan-Hsing: 20 years of intellectual interventions
SUN Ge: How to be a Taishe subject response to the special issue of the twentieth anniversary of Taishe
Theories & Translations

PENG Song: Another World is Possible—A Brief Review of Samir Amin’s Works and Theories
Samir Amin: Obsolescent Capitalism and the New World Disorder
Samir Amin: Basic Requirements for a non-American 21st Century