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Buddhist motives in modern popular culture of China (illustrated by " Prajna Shankha" play)

ФИО студента: Tatiana Karpushina

Руководитель: Ekaterina Starikova

Кампус/факультет: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Программа: Asian and African Studies (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2019

The current research is devoted to representation of Buddhism in modern Chinese popular culture on the case of “Prajna Shankha” play – the huge contemporary Buddhist musical that was shown on Chinese stages several times during 2017–2018 years. The work studies attitude of Chinese people to the phenomena of mass culture and defines the role of Buddhist motifs in the products of Chinese masscult. Keywords: popular culture, mass culture, Buddhism, China

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