Nationalism and the Net: Online discussion of Goguryeo history in China and South Korea

@article{Chase2011NationalismAT,
  title={Nationalism and the Net: Online discussion of Goguryeo history in China and South Korea},
  author={T. Chase},
  journal={China Information},
  year={2011},
  volume={25},
  pages={61 - 82}
}
  • T. Chase
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • China Information
This study investigates the growing volume of online discussion of Goguryeo history in both China and South Korea. While first analysing how nationalism and national identity underpin this historical dispute, this article then critiques common arguments that emerge within online Chinese and South Korean commentary on Goguryeo. The findings of this study show that while the Internet has facilitated a broadening of participation in the discussion of Goguryeo, this has not led to a more objective… Expand
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