To Unite as One Body : The Presbyterians and Changing Identities in Taiwan



Year of publication 2021
Type Chapter of a book
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The study aims to observe how Taiwan has been narrated as a national subject within the documents of the PCT since 1971. This is not to suggest that the whole of Taiwan’s population shares the national identity narrated in these texts, nor that the narrated national identity is based in the reality of an existing community—it is based much more on the belief that such a community exists. The research does not focus on a particular subjective identification of belonging but instead analyzes the specific narrative concerning the Taiwanese national identity as created and promoted by the PCT.
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