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The tourist as peak consumer.
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Confronting Globalization: Cultural Studies Versus Comparative Literature Studies?
In the current era, why is everybody talking about globalization? Will globalization bring us a happier life, or will it bring us better opportunities to develop our production and academic research?Expand
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Postmodernism and China
Few countries have been so transformed in recent decades as China. With a dynamically growing economy and a rapidly changing social structure, China challenges the West to understand the nature ofExpand
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Global English(es) and Global Chinese(s): toward rewriting a new literary history in Chinese
In the process of the globalization in culture, English has become more and more powerful and hegemonic along with the obscurity of the boundary of nation-states. The blurring of the nationalExpand
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Translating Modernity and Reconstructing World Literature
The issue of modernity with regard to the function of translation has been one of the most cutting-edge theoretical topics in both Chinese and international contexts, especially in dealing withExpand
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Comparative Literature and Globalism: A Chinese Cultural and Literary Strategy
In recent years, intensive debate concerning globalization has become academic fashion among Chinese scholars of the humanities and social sciences, especially when globalization can be associatedExpand
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The Reception of Freudianism in Modern Chinese Literature
  • W. Ning
  • History, Sociology
  • 1 June 1991
* Wang Ning (1955) holds a Ph.D. in English and Comparative Literature, and teaches in the Department of English at Beijing University. He is Guest Professor at Shandong University andExpand
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The Mapping of Chinese Postmodernity
Whether there is such a thing as postmodernism has been, and continues to be, controversial. In this essay, I argue that postmodernity as a cultural phenomenon in the contemporary era exists not onlyExpand
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Highlighting the Humanistic Spirit in the Age of Globalization: Humanities Education in China
  • W. Ning
  • Sociology
  • European Review
  • 25 March 2015
The essay first describes the Chinese intellectual condition in the age of globalization and the necessity of liberal arts or humanities education, and then deals with the function of humanitiesExpand
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