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How Socialization Shapes Chinese Views of America and the World
Japanese Journal of Political Science
AbstractUrban Chinese today do not appear to trust foreign countries. Why are they so suspicious? Over the past quarter century, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has utilized its educational and propaganda systems to produce historical narratives of imperial China's beneficence towards its East Asian neighbors, and of an early modern 'Century of Humiliation' at the hands of 'imperialist' foreign powers. Qualitative analysis of Chinese social media today suggests that these narratives are tieddoi:10.1017/s1468109915000365 fatcat:6s5etiz7v5f43dk772twwt3mu4