East Asia : identities and change in the modern world, 1700-present / R. Keith Schoppa
- Schoppa, R. Keith, 1943-
- Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson/Prentice Hall, 
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- Physical Description:
- xxix, 561 pages : illustrations, maps (some color) ; 24 cm
- Basic identities -- From multicultural empire to semicolony: the Qing dynasty, 1750-1870 -- Rebellion and war: the Qing state in decline, 1850-1901 -- From tributary younger brother to colony: Vietnam, 1770s-1925 -- The Tokugawa regime (1603-1830): early modern Japan -- The last years of feudal Japan, 1830-1868 -- Forging a new Japanese identity: the Meiji Revolution -- "A sea in a heavy gale": Korea, 1724-1905 -- Chinese identity in turmoil: reform, revolution, and reaction, 1901-1937 -- "Grown, but not grown up": Japan, 1912-1937 -- Under the Imperialist gun: Vietnam, Korea, and Taiwan -- Cataclysm: East Asia in World War II -- From success to tragedy: the Chinese Communist Revolution, 1931-1976 -- The Phoenix: Japan, 1945-1973 -- The Korean tragedy: war and identity, 1945-1979 -- The Vietnam Wars, 1941-1975 -- Socialism with a Chinese and a Vietnamese face: 1980s to the present -- Whither Japan? From the 1970s to the present -- A "democracy" in the South, a "hermit kingdom" in the North: Korea, 1980s to the present -- Contemporary East Asian identities: commonalities and differences.
- 9780132431460 and 0132431467
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 520-536) and index.
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