Are there ‘Asian’ citizenship values?

Kerry John KENNEDY, Chris H. W. CHEUNG, Kui Foon CHOW

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Abstract

Lastly we consider the responses of students from five Asian societies concerning what are thought to be 'typical' moral and civic issues in Asian contexts (e.g. attitudes towards guanxi, obedience to authority and attitudes towards politicians' personal morality). New information on Asian students' attitudes is provided and the implications generated suggest further lines of inquiry in more detailed studies across these Asian societies on the issues discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Citation

Kennedy, K. J., Cheung, C. H. W., & Chow, J. K. F. (2011, October). Are there ‘Asian’ citizenship values? Paper presented at the International Moral Education Conference (AME): Cultivating morality: Human beings, nature and the world, Nanjing International Conference Centre, Nanjing, China.

Keywords

  • A part of symposium: A lesson from the international civic citizenship study (ICCS): The perception of Asian students on political trust, religion and citizenship

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