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To Create a New Road by Returning to the Origin:On the Localization of Communication from the Academic Exchange between China and the West in the 20 th Century
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Pages: 59-68
Year: Issue:  5
Journal: Journal of Guangzhou Universty(Social Scinece Edition)

Keyword:  communicationlocalizationSinicizationto Create a New Road by Returning to the OriginWestern Centralismautonomy;
Abstract: “The Localization of Communication”is an important and heated topic.The paper analyzes it from the following two aspects:how to position“the localization of communication”in the history of Chinese thought and Chinese Academic Development,and how to look at “the localization of communication”in the context of Chinese and Western exchange.On the one hand,in the early 1 920s,there was an upsurge of transformation of Western Sciences,which mainly consisted in the foundation of the School of Chinese Classical Studies of Qinghua University and the Institute of History and Language in Academia Sinica,the rise of New-Confucianism,the effort on creating a new road by returning to the origin,and the trend of social sciences with Chinese features.The concepts of“transformation of Western Sciences”and “to create a new road by returning to the origin”can be traced back to the “New Confucianism Movement”early in Tang,Song and Ming Dynasties.On the other hand,the localization of communication,in fact,is part of the sinicization of modern Chinese social sciences,and is closely related to the implicated premise of western centralism,of which the research autonomy of Chinese scholars is very prominent. Chinese communication should shoulder the burden of the origin of traditional thoughts and modern experience and create a new road of modern communication theory.
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