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It is only when symbols gain meaning as effective triggers of associated sentiments in many linked contexts, including that of daily life, that they become worthwhile laying down one’s life for. The repetitive and wide use of national symbols in state propaganda may have a powerful effect in mobilizing good will and loyalty from national subjects, but only if its legitimacy has already been institutionalized through other means as well. But it takes more than just symbolic artefacts to attract citizens to nationalist ideology, even when semiotic technology is used to facilitate the process.
Hu intends to show the damage caused by the family metaphor, but also feels it is his duty to point out its strength. Symbols as effective triggers of associated sentiments in linked contexts From the points of view of various perspectives and disciplines rationalist explanations provide the newly created academic contents of the dragon symbol, instead of the narrative explanations from folklore and myth. The question of whether these rational explanations are ‘good’ ones is beside the point. The academic efforts described above concentrate their attention on the different symbolic logic and forms of the nation that time after time repeat the same symbolic message of national unification.
G. ‘race’, ‘the primitive’),2 environmental factors (geographical location, climate, natural resources) and/or kinship structure (clan, gender, blood, age). The point made here is not that these categories are determined by nature, for all mental perceptions of nature must eventually pass through the human mind. It is rather that these categories in the context of their application are presented and thought of as natural, and by implication considered unalterable, traditional and inclined to natural balance.