Historical Changes of the Connotation of Chinese Patriotism

Jian CUI

Abstract


The primary mission of ideological and political education of university students is to develop and cultivate national spirits with patriotism as its essence. Chinese people are a great people imbued with glorious patriotism traditions. During five-thousand-year Chinese civilization, patriotism was always the core of Chinese morality and spirit. Patriotism has different historical themes during different periods. Looking back and surveying the glorious days patriotism had went through and exploiting its useful parts, would be beneficial for expanding patriotism spirits and improving the ideological and political education of university students today.


Keywords


Patriotism; History; Transition; Utterance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/4819

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