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How Chinese Are You? Or, It Could Have Been Me

How Chinese Are You? Or, It Could Have Been Me This essay raises for discussion complicated issues of political community, political action, racial identification, and moral panic. Barlow's commentary on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) controversy asks why identification with brutal images seems to lead no further than ritualized failure to misread or disavow the ideological positioning that instigates recrimination. Barlow argues that this journal issue is an important opportunity to rethink automatic response and to seek better, more clear and compelling alternatives to repetitive, racialized, nationalist moral panic. political community political action racial identification moral panic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png positions asia critique Duke University Press

How Chinese Are You? Or, It Could Have Been Me

positions asia critique , Volume 23 (1) – Feb 1, 2015

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Duke University Press
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1067-9847
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1527-8271
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10.1215/10679847-2870522
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Abstract

This essay raises for discussion complicated issues of political community, political action, racial identification, and moral panic. Barlow's commentary on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) controversy asks why identification with brutal images seems to lead no further than ritualized failure to misread or disavow the ideological positioning that instigates recrimination. Barlow argues that this journal issue is an important opportunity to rethink automatic response and to seek better, more clear and compelling alternatives to repetitive, racialized, nationalist moral panic. political community political action racial identification moral panic

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Published: Feb 1, 2015

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