De la petite à la grande patrie, la question de l'identification chez les élèves Yi et Han dans la préfecture des Yi de Liangshan (Sichuan) : Asymétrie identitaire et effets de contexte

Abstract : The government of the PRC has led the project of identification and institutionalization of its people in different "ethnic groups" (minzu) during the 1950s. Under this political context, this article concerns the double identification of the ethnic minority (shaoshuminzu) Yi of Liangshan : as member of the Chinese nation and as member of an ethnic minority. Taking support on a survey in the form of questionnaire addressing to students Han/ Yi in several schools in Liangshan, we aim to measure the context effect, linking to the degree of ethnic coeducation, on the auto-identification of these students. Overall, Yi's integration in the chinese society is obvious. However, the degree of ethnic coeducation in the different schools plays a part in the mutual representations (Han and Yi) and comes with a variable symmetry of those representations in the process of mutual gratitude.
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Lijuan Wang. De la petite à la grande patrie, la question de l'identification chez les élèves Yi et Han dans la préfecture des Yi de Liangshan (Sichuan) : Asymétrie identitaire et effets de contexte. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale ED 382, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2014, p.61-86. ⟨hal-01017730⟩

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