A Survey of the Study of Cultural Confidence in China

Yunli ZHAO

Abstract


As a newly-coined term emerging in China’s publication, “cultural confidence” has captured Chinese researchers’ great attention. The recent years have witnessed an upsurge of the study of cultural confidence. This paper, based upon the materials available collected through CNKI database, sums up all the relevant researches into cultural confidence in China in the past few years. Additionally, reflections upon the survey of cultural confidence in China have been given for the purpose of providing food for thought.


Keywords


Cultural confidence; Survey; Reflections

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11560

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