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    Title: Writing Insecurity: The PRC's Push to Modernize China and the Politics of Uighur Identity
    Authors: Fogden, Scott
    Keywords: Uighur nationalism;security;identity and culture;terrorism;September 11th;Chinese modernization
    Date: 2003-09
    Issue Date: 2016-10-19 16:53:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: ”Writing Insecurity” puts forward a framework for looking at identity politics in Xinjiang. This framework posits that the PRC's modernization program is in conflict with the interests of the Uighur nationality, rendering insecure both the people of Xinjiang and the state's integrity. The PRC's push to modernize China comprises a blend of material and ideational developments, especially dynamic in the post-Mao era. For Xinjiang's Uighur minority, development has relocated much of the region's resource wealth to urban centers in the east and permitted a massive influx of Han Chinese migration. Furthermore, and despite rising tides of Chinese nationalism, development has not exclusively consolidated Chinese national sentiments. Revitalizing the Silk Road has also re-established cultural ties between Muslim minorities and Central Asian, Turkic, and Middle Eastern centers. Perhaps the most oft cited security-political dynamic of the contemporary era is the concurrent dilution and multiplication of competing cultural loyalties. This article seeks to contribute to a body of literature that criticizes accepted notions of identity and culture, while exploring these as a motivating force in the case of Uighur resistance
    to China's modernization project.
    Relation: Issues & Studies,39(3),33-74
    Data Type: article
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