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Thought reform of the Chinese intellectuals
Theodore Hsi-en Chen
|Statement||by Theodore H.E. Chen.|
|LC Classifications||DS777.6 .C45 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 247 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||79002821|
misconception (which I had also shared) that "thought reform" is a de light reserved exclusively for "foreigners." This is by no means the case. It is instead something which the people of China, and particularly Chinese intellectuals, have themselves undergone—on the whole, enthusiastically rather than reluctantly. Being a political drifter, however, was no longer an option. Under the rule of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), mass mobilization and political campaigns became a national way of life and no one was allowed to be a bystander, least of all the intellectuals, a favorite target in Mao’s periodic thought-reform campaigns.
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Thought Reform of the Chinese Intellectuals. By Theodore H. Chen. No cover image thought reform is basic to every one of the five. OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF THOUGHT REFORM Thought reform a 'struggle' The idological targets of attack vary Thought reform must be self-reform 'Positive elements' set the pace Thought reform must be concrete and specific The group pressure on the individual Reform and revolutionary action Thought Reform of the Chinese Intellectuals.
Theodore H. Chen. Hong Kong University Press; Oxford University Press, New York, xiii + pp. $5 Science 27 Jan ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong. Description: xiii, pages ; 23 cm.
A history of the continuing campaign of "thought reform" in Communist China since The author is professor of Asiatic Studies at the University of Southern California.
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Chen. 1 Chen: Thought Reform of the Chinese Intellectuals Published by U.S. Naval War College Digital Commons, The current status of Chinese intellectuals reflects traditions established in the imperial period.
For most of this period, government officials were selected from among the literati on the basis of the Confucian civil service examination system.
Intellectuals were both participants in and critics of the government. As Confucian scholars, they were torn between their loyalty to the emperor.
The first two years of the People’s Republic of China would be something of a honeymoon for the intellectuals. When the new Chinese regime decided to play a major role in the Korean War, the Communists Thought reform of the Chinese intellectuals book a unified front.
Inthe Chinese intelligentsia was a diverse and divided group highly influenced by Western politics and culture. This book has created a lot of controversies envolving new religious movements. Although it describes a research made with POWs e somes Chinese intellectuals, it has been frequently used attacks against some new religious concept "brainwashing" first came into public use during the Korean War in the s as an explanation for why a few American GIs /5(5).
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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Lifton delineated the techniques and methods of the Chinese thought reform program and revealed in telling detail through case studies its impact on the mind, emotions and social behavior of its victims in his book, Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of Brainwashing in China The Response of the Chinese Intellectuals to Thought Reform by Chinese Communists: Words 10 Pages On October 1,the newly established People’s Republic of China faced the challenge of consolidating its power over a vast mainland and implementing the socialist policies it advocated.
Full text of "Thought Reform And The Psychology Of Totalism" See other formats. This study began as a psychiatric evaluation of Chinese Communist "thought reform," or "brainwashing." It is still primarily this; but it has also, inevitably, become a psychological study of extremism or totalism--and even more broadly, a study of the "closed" versus the "open" approaches to human change.
Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of Brainwashing in China Robert Jay Lifton Informed by Erik Erikson's concept of the formation of ego identity, this book, which first appreared inis an analysis of the experiences of fifteen Chinese citizens and twenty-five Westerners who underwent "brainwashing" by the Communist.
Robert Jay Lifton. Thought Reform and the Psychology of Totalism: A Study of "Brainwashing" in China. W.W. Norton and Company, Chris Hess () Lifton's study is an in-depth look at how thought reform operates on human beings. As a psychiatrist, he became interested in how the CCP carried out thought reform while participating in.
B ertrand Russell, a philosopher possessed of a razor-sharp analytical mind, once said that he didn’t want to write about Confucius because he found the Chinese philosopher “boring”.
Russell had visited China in for an extended lecture tour and was greatly admired by Chinese intellectuals; his book The Problem of China () became a minor classic of its kind as it. Thought Reform of Chinese Intellectuals: A Psychiatric Evaluation Thought Reform of Chinese Intellectuals: A Psychiatric Evaluation Lifton, Robert J.
land prior to fleeing to Hong Kong. Some of the Chinese, whose interview data contributed to this paper, were Seen for as many as eighty hours over the entire seventeen month period, others for just a few.
Informed by Erik Erikson's concept of the formation of ego identity, this book, which first appreared inis an analysis of the experiences of fifteen Chinese citizens and twenty-five Westerners who underwent "brainwashing" by the Communist Chinese government. Robert Lifton constructs these case histories through personal interviews and outlines a thematic.
Robert Lifton had the opportunity to actually study individuals who had been so subjugated. At the end of the Korean War he chose to carefully study the personal experiences of a series of Westerners and Chinese intellectuals who had been exposed to the Chinese thought reform programs both in prisons and in “revolutionary universities.”.
The first generation of interest was in Soviet and Chinese thought reform and behavior control practices that were studied [in the s and '60s].
The second generation of interest is in thought reform programs either currently operating or that have been in existence during the last decade in the United States and the Western world.
Chinese Public Intellectuals An Annotated Bibliography to Published Translations in English This guide offers researchers and readers an annotated bibliography and guide to translations of the writings of many public intellectuals active in China or in the Sinophone intellectual world (usually through the Internet).
Thought Reform of the Chinese Intellectuals 作者: Theodore Chen 出版社: Hyperion Pr 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Author: Theodore Chen. Book Review of Coercive Persuasion by Edgar H. Schein, by Anonymous. Several years ago a group of American scientist--psychologists, psychiatrists and neurophysiologists--who were trying to develop an understanding of the Russian and Chinese methods of obtaining false confessions, compliant behavior, and the apparent conversion of beliefs interviewed a veteran member of.
The author also introduces readers to the most influential Chinese thinkers and their debates on vital issues that China faces today such as democracy, economic reform, and regime legitimacy.
The interdisciplinary nature of this book makes it relevant to a number of different academic disciplines including Asian Studies, Chinese Politics. The influence of China’s intellectuals can be seen in exemptions from agricultural tax, investment in village health care, education and infrastructure systems, education reform and social.
Thought Reform of Chinese Intellectuals: A Psychiatric Evaluation1 Article in Journal of Social Issues 13(3):5 - 20 April with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Robert J. Lifton. vehicle for the "brain-washing" of intellectuals. The "Dream of the Red Chamber" Case A later phase of the thought reform movement came to a head in the fail of The new tempest raged over the interpretation of Hung Lou Meng (Dream of the Red Chamber), one of China's best known novels written in the 18th century.
It provides another ex. Thought Reform and Press Nationalization in Shanghai: The Wenhui Newspaper in the Early s. Zhang Jishun (bio) In the early years of the People's Republic of China (PRC), new policies from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) instigated a thorough remake of mass media in Shanghai.
Creating infrastructure and establishing a sense of nationhood. Creating the Intellectual is devoted not so much to the people usually called “intellectuals” in various contexts as to the category of zhishifenzi (知识分子), which U argues is mutually constitutive with Chinese communism.
Rather than examining a pre-existing group, the book investigates how Chinese communism instituted a top-down. His most widely recognized achievement during this period was as a key contributor to Chinese liberalism and language reform in his advocacy for the use of written vernacular Chinese.
Hu Shih was the Republic of China’s Ambassador to the United States of America () and later Chancellor of Peking University ().Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. There is a wealth of early Chinese literature dating from the Hundred Schools of Thought that occurred during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (– BC).
The most important of these include the Classics of Confucianism, of Daoism, of Mohism, of Legalism, as well as works of military science and Chinese that, except for the books of poems and songs, most of this literature Simplified Chinese: 中国文学.
Little is known about the political views of non-dissident Chinese intellectuals. For this book, Émilie Frenkiel has been granted unprecedented access to the discussions of politically committed Chinese who have been part of the intellectual debate on post-Tiananmen reform.
This vivid narrative history of Chinese intellectuals and public life provides a guide to making sense of China today. Timothy Cheek presents a map and a method for understanding the intellectual in the long twentieth century, from China's defeat in the Sino-Japanese war in to the 'Prosperous China' since the Beijing by: Yan Xuetong is one of the most interesting.
His recent book, Ancient Chinese Thought, Modern Chinese Power, is a study of the main thinkers during the Spring and Autumn Period and the subsequent Warring States period – around years in total – prior to the victory of the Qin dynasty in BC and the birth of modern China.
National Book Award winner and renowned psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton reveals a world at risk from millennial cults intent on ending it all. Since the earliest moments of recorded history, prophets and gurus have foretold the world's end, but only in the nuclear age has it been possible for a megalomaniac guru with a world-ending vision to bring his prophecy to pass.
Chen, T.F.X. Thought Reform ofthe Chinese Intellectuals. New York: Oxford. Clark, J.G. Investigating the effects of some religious cults on the health and welfare of their converts. The reform movement was an effort at institutional change on the part of ranking literati close to the throne. Where it had been directed at the inherited political order, the intellectual campaign for a totally 'new culture', which was symbolized by the May Fourth demonstrations ofwas seen as an attack upon the traditional moral and social by:.
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