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Pride and Prejudice?—The Stories of Third-Generation Cadres

  • Zhitian Guo
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Abstract

This chapter discovers the young cadres’ expression of ethnicity as a way of seeing and interpreting which goes beyond political classification. By analysing young cadres’ leisure activity, consumption, their usage of social media and the discussion of hybridity, this chapter depicts how young cadres’ negotiate the past and present, develop new interpretations and find Yi’s place in the modern multi-ethnic nation-state.

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  • Zhitian Guo
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  1. 1.School of SociologyCentral China Normal UniversityWuhanChina

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