Ethnic Essentialism or Conciliatory Multiculturalism? The People’s Republic of China
Journal of Cognition and Culture
Numerous scholars from different fields ranging from history, political science, ethnic and cultural studies, sociology, and anthropology have discussed ethnic and racial identity issues in the People’s Republic of China. Most have noted that there are competing narratives regarding the conceptions of race and ethnicity. Much of the scholarship has been based on social constructivist orientations. This essay is directed towards a merger between social constructivist and cognitive science approaches on essentialism that may open the doors for further research and investigation of this important topic.
Scupin, Raymond, "Ethnic Essentialism or Conciliatory Multiculturalism? The People’s Republic of China" (2020). Faculty Scholarship. 52.