Name

ZHENG, Cheng

Official Title

Associate Professor(without tenure)

Affiliation

(School of Social Sciences)

Contact Information

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
20386668

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Research Council (Research Organization)/Affiliated organization(Center for International Education)

Research Council (Research Organization)/Affiliated organization(Global Education Center)

Affiliated Institutes

東アジア国際関係研究所

研究所員 2015-2016

現代中国研究所

研究所員 2018-

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

The Historical Formation of Nationalism in China during the Early Period of the Cold War

2017/-0-2020/-0

Allocation Class:¥3900000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

1950年代の中国の青少年教育におけるソ連の文化的影響に関する一考察

2018

Research Results Outline:Paper published on "Journal of Aisa-Pacific Studies",No. 36, 2019,March.ChePaper published on "Journal of Aisa-Pacific Studies",No. 36, 2019,March.Cheng Zheng  "The Chinese Young Intellectuals&n...Paper published on "Journal of Aisa-Pacific Studies",No. 36, 2019,March.Cheng Zheng  "The Chinese Young Intellectuals Reception of the Propaganda during on Sino-Soviet Friendship during the 1950s:A Young Man's Psychological Trajectory".       This research explores how the young Chinese intellectuals confronted and gradually accepted theofficial ideology during the early 1950s by focusing on one college student’s psychological trajectory.During the 1950s, the newly established CCP government launched a series of ideological propagandacampaigns including the propaganda on Sino‒Soviet friendship. Such propaganda exerted significant influences on the remaking of the people’s mind and the legitimation of socialist ideas. Young intellectualswere also greatly impacted by the ideological propaganda. Yet, their acceptance of the ideological propaganda revealed more complexity in terms of the factors such as education background, cultural status, and personal values. The investigation on such complexity and its causes can inform how the Chinese people maintain their psychological independence in front of the powerful ideological propaganda.

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Chinese 1 (Basic) YSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Chinese 1 (Basic) ZSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Chinese 1 (Elementary) YSchool of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Chinese 1 (Elementary) ZSchool of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Chinese 2 (Basic) YSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Chinese 2 (Basic) ZSchool of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Chinese 2 (Elementary) YSchool of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Chinese 2 (Elementary) ZSchool of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Readings in Chinese 19-1School of Social Sciences2019spring semester
Readings in Chinese 19-2School of Social Sciences2019fall semester
Japan-China Research (Advanced) 01Center for International Education2019spring
Chinese society alphaGlobal Education Center2019fall quarter
Chinese society betaGlobal Education Center2019winter quarter