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《Journal of Chongqing Normal University(Edition of Social Sciences)》 2017-06
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The Ch'in and Han Empires Ruled Over the Ba-Shu Area with Chinese-Characterization

Liu Li;Lu Jiang;Editorial Department of Journal,Chongqing Normal University;College of History and Society,Chongqing Normal University;  
With the establishment of unified empires,the Ch'in and Han Dynasty naturally became "concrete and political symbol" in Cathay.The territories of Ba-shu were situated in the southwest of China.They also began the process of Chinese-characterization.By means of developing territories and setting up commanderies,to start with,the territories of Ba-shu politically joined the ranks of administrative units of the imperial China.Secondly,as the Ch'in and Han Dynasty made political,economic and cultural reforms and so on in Ba-shu area,the Ba-shu people tended towards Ch'in-characterization and liked rites and music,which were customs and leading culture in the Central Plains.Finally,the genealogical tree of Ba-shu also changed in virtue of political and cultural endorsement.The construction of ethnic origins of the Yellow Emperor'descendants pushed the Ba-shu people into completing the process of Chinese-characterization from blood relationship.The Ba-shu area with Chinese-characterization which served as building bridges played a vital role between the Central Plains and the Southwest of China.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金重大项目《秦汉时期的国家建构、民族认同与社会整合研究》;; 重庆市哲学社会科学规划项目《巴蜀在秦汉民族文化格局中的地位与作用研究》(项目批准号:2015YBLS104)
【CateGory Index】: K232
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