This book offers essential insights into Chinese Korean minority youth citizenship identity development during their high school and university education period out of their political socialization experience. It investigates how they develop their citizenship identity with the state through bilingual education and media exposure, as an outcome of the entangled relationship between state power and economic globalization.
The book demonstrates to readers how to apply the abstract conceptual framework of identity politics and ideology construction, nurtured by both civil culture and political evolvement, to a specific case with operationalized measurement extracted from political socialization concepts so as to understand and rationalize identity development. This approach offers both an in-depth way to penetrate further in the discourse construction that shapes identity politics and an innovative means of measuring and explaining relevant relationships.
Table of ContentsChapter 1 Introduction: A Third Trial of national Identity and Minority's Citizenship Identity in Contemporary China.- Chapter 2 Nation-state, Citizenship Identity, Minority Autonomy: Orchestrating Civil Religion and Ideology through Political Socialization Process in a Post-Communism Asian State.- Chapter 3 Background of Korean Minority, and Its Development in People's Republic of China.- Chapter 4 A Methodological Framework to Access Citizenship Identity Development and Journey in the Field.- Chapter 5 Evidence from the Field, How does Korean Minority Students Territorialize its Identity Habitus in their Bilingual Education and Media Life.- Chapter 6 Conclusion.