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Chen, Sicong – Chinese Education & Society, 2020
The field of citizenship education witnessed an expanding body of literature looking at the case of China. Yet citizenship with broad conceptual terrain often refers to different things in the literature. This paper foregrounds the common core of the essentially contested concept of citizenship and considers citizenship conception as discourse. By…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Foreign Countries, Social Behavior, Concept Formation
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Tu, Derrick – Chinese Education & Society, 2020
In this paper, I examine Hong Kong's identity and citizenship through the Chinese landscape painting, "Mountain Palace", by Dong Yuan. Specifically, I ask: how can a reading of "Mountain Palace" using Jullien's concepts of presence and absence provide insights into current issues of identity and citizenship in Hong Kong? I…
Descriptors: Painting (Visual Arts), Self Concept, Citizenship, History
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Yu, Tianlong – Chinese Education & Society, 2020
This paper examines the challenges and possibilities facing democratic citizenship education in China. It starts by taking on the increasing political repression under Xi's regime and how it is marginalizing or silencing democratic discourses. Then it examines the rising economically-driven populist nationalism in China, and how it complicates the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Democracy, Citizenship Education, Confucianism
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Lee, Wing On; Qi, Ji – Chinese Education & Society, 2020
Over the years, a great deal of improvement has been achieved with regard to the educational arrangements for migrant students. In Beijing, for instance, more public schools are opened to migrant children, and more resources allocated to uplift the quality of their schools. However, uncovered by the 9-year compulsory education system, higher…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Personal Autonomy, Migrants, Vocational High Schools
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Wang, Canglong – Chinese Education & Society, 2020
This article explores the conceptualization of cosmopolitan citizen and the relevant teaching practice in the emerging Confucian classical education in contemporary China. It addresses two aspects. First, the cosmopolitan orientation of the cultural subject constructed in the theory of classics-reading education is embedded in the presupposition…
Descriptors: Confucianism, Nationalism, Case Studies, Asian Culture
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Heni, Xiong; Xiaofang, Wang – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
Basil Bernstein argues that speech events bear class characteristics, and different social classes exhibit different linguistic typologies, coding and meaning. Although working-class language is characterized as a closed code in terms of its language structure, it possesses unique educational power, specifically manifesting as its unique meanings…
Descriptors: Working Class, Social Class, Language Variation, Speech Communication
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Yonggui, Dong – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
This study selected 10 rural children who attended undergraduate programs at 211/985 universities as its research subjects, for analysis of the underlying reasons behind their achievement of higher educational attainment. The study found that the principal reasons were as follows: First, escaping a rural area and repaying their parents were…
Descriptors: Rural Areas, Educational Attainment, Academic Achievement, Student Attitudes
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Xuelong, Hu; Yongjiu, Kang – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
Existing studies have found that the starting point for class divisions is the family: while schools play a interrupting role, it is passive compared to the roles of the family and children themselves. It is therefore taken for granted when rural students are screened out by school education or fail to test into good universities. If the…
Descriptors: Rural Population, Foreign Countries, Cultural Capital, Family Life
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Xiulan, Yu; Yan, Han – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
When disadvantaged families seek to achieve upward social mobility, their most important breakthrough point is for their children to receive an education, and cultural capital is the most likely driving factor influencing educational attainment. In China, although the privileged classes have an advantage in terms of cultural capital, exhibiting a…
Descriptors: Social Mobility, Cultural Capital, Academic Achievement, Disadvantaged
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Meng, Cheng; Yongjiu, Kang – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
"Empathy" is a common educational expectation among lower-class families, as well as a natural response by children. Through analysis of the growth narratives of a group of rural children who were born after the Opening and Reforms and achieved higher educational attainment, this study found that their "empathy" carried plural…
Descriptors: Empathy, Educational Attainment, Intimacy, Emotional Response
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Yitao, Wang; Hua, Wang – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
Research on the group characteristics and channels for selection of party secretaries at private institutions of higher education has important significance in strengthening leadership by party organizations and perfecting internal governance structures at private institutions of higher education. A survey of 293 private institutions of higher…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Private Colleges, Public Officials, Governance
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Yafeng, Yu – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
The central tenet of the revisions to the Law on the Promotion of Private Education is the implementation of categorized management of private schools, establishing a legal basis for categorized management. Private education is characterized by publicness, and upholding and guiding private schools in exercising their public nature is the target…
Descriptors: Classification, Standards, Private Education, Public Education
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Fengqiao, Yan – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
Private education in our country is a novelty that has grown up outside the public education system, and the formulation and implementation of policies on private education often involves several government departments, in an act of cooperative decision making between multiple government departments. As a result, the effectiveness of the…
Descriptors: Educational Policy, Government School Relationship, Decision Making, Models
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Weikun, Wang; Dexiang, Zhang – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
The key task in the establishment of a university charter is ensuring that the text of the charter is in conformity with the law, in compliance with regulations, and rational. This paper proposes a system of observed indicators for textual expression in private university charters in China, including 6 dimensions for Level 1 indicators and 20 key…
Descriptors: Private Colleges, Compliance (Legal), Laws, Undergraduate Students
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Chenlei, Mao; Jianfeng, Hu – Chinese Education & Society, 2019
The applied personnel training model, which is centered on applications, oriented toward the market, and premised on abilities, has appeared at private institutions of higher education in a variety of formats, including the embedded format, custom order format, industry-education integration, and so on. However, the presence of blind emulation in…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Innovation, Private Colleges, Foreign Countries
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