Education, Culture, and Identity in Twentieth-century China

Glen Peterson, Ruth Hayhoe, Yongling Lu
Hong Kong University Press, 2001年1月1日 - 498 頁

This book represents a deliberate attempt to break through the 1949 barrier and embrace the entire century. Culture emerges in this study as a deeper level factor that underlay the development of education in each period, and shaped certain recurrent patterns, while identity involves a search for individual and collective meaning that went on under different regimes.

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