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《Journal of Huaqiao University(Philosophy & Social Sciences)》 2019-04
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The Possibility of Mixed Group:Focusing On the Positionality of the Contemporary Japanese in Shanghai

Nakamura Takashi;  
Since the reform and opening up,the contemporary Japanese,who come to Shanghai because of new job opportunities or lifestyles,are a"marginal"group mixed between China and Japan. Their group consciousness,social identity and national identity are constructed in the complex tension of economy,trade,politics and culture between the two countries. Especially when major events occur between the two countries,they can often arouse their own social identity. More importantly,they are usually able to treat these dilemmas relatively objectively,not only considering their own situation,but also expressing understanding and sympathy for groups in the same situation. The contemporary Japanese community in Shanghai can be said to have the possibility of developing into a"mixed group"based on a thorough understanding of the social culture of the two countries and integrating the social culture of the two countries. In this sense,they can serve as an important window to understand the history of civil exchanges between China and Japan.
【Fund】: 中国博士后科学基金第58批面上资助项目“现代上海日侨生活史研究”(2015M581554);; 中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金资助项目“口述史视野下的当代在沪日本人生活史研究(1978—2020)”(2018ECNU-HLYT015)
【CateGory Index】: C912.2
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