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TURCSÁNYI, Richard, Runya QIAOAN a Zdeněk KŘÍŽ. Coming From Nowhere: The Chinese Perception of the Concept of Central Europe. In Dominik Mierzejewski. The Quandaries of China's Domestic and Foreign Development. Lodz: Lodz University Press, 2014. s. 155-171. Contemporary Asian Studies Series. ISBN 978-83-7969-385-6.
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Základní údaje
Originální název Coming From Nowhere: The Chinese Perception of the Concept of Central Europe
Autoři TURCSÁNYI, Richard (703 Slovensko, garant, domácí), Runya QIAOAN (156 Čína) a Zdeněk KŘÍŽ (203 Česká republika).
Vydání Lodz, The Quandaries of China's Domestic and Foreign Development, od s. 155-171, 17 s. Contemporary Asian Studies Series, 2014.
Nakladatel Lodz University Press
Další údaje
Originální jazyk angličtina
Typ výsledku Kapitola resp. kapitoly v odborné knize
Obor 50601 Political science
Stát vydavatele Polsko
Utajení není předmětem státního či obchodního tajemství
Forma vydání tištěná verze "print"
Kód RIV RIV/00216224:14230/14:00082945
Organizační jednotka Fakulta sociálních studií
ISBN 978-83-7969-385-6
Klíčová slova anglicky China; Central Europe; Chinese perception of Central Europe; China-CEE relations
Příznaky Mezinárodní význam, Recenzováno
Změnil Změnil: Ing. Mgr. Richard Turcsányi, Ph.D., učo 171930. Změněno: 24. 5. 2015 23:52.
Anotace
In the last few years, the Central Europe has witnessed a growing Chinese presence demonstrated among others by high level visits; rapid growth of trade and investment volumes; and further pledges to develop economic links. There are more reasons why China has become interested in cultivating relations with this region, but it is primarily due to favourable economic conditions and the membership of the EU. Yet, while there are promising potentials for further development of the relations, it seems there are also obstacles, coming mainly from mutual lack of understanding and knowledge. The presented article studies Chinese perception of Central Europe as a concept and it does so by focusing at the Chinese discourse related to the usage of the terms labelling the region, at three levels of discourse – official use, general public discourse, and academia. The findings show that the term ‘Central Europe’, whilst existing at certain level, is to a large extent eclipsed by the broader ‘Central and Eastern Europe’, or ‘Eastern Europe’. Tellingly, each of these terms is connoted with different perceptions and historical legacies, with ‘Eastern’ being in general perceived in less positive tone in European context than ‘Central’. It can be therefore regarded as a positive sign from the European perspective that the ‘Eastern Europe’ is losing its frequency in the official use on expense of the ‘Central and Eastern Europe’. Yet, questions appear on the wider public usage of the terms, as well as the non-existence of the ‘Central Europe’ in official usage and among the academia.
Návaznosti
MUNI/A/0754/2012, interní kód MUNázev: Aktuální otázky evropské a mezinárodní politiky
Investor: Masarykova univerzita, Grantová agentura MU, DO R. 2020_Kategorie A - Specifický výzkum - Studentské výzkumné projekty
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