China’s National Identity during Hu Jintao’s Age

Chen Ou

Abstract


States are the kinds of entities with identities. National identity is a precondition of the decision-making of national policy. Hu Jintao’s age is an important milestone in which China is in the process of the transformation from a regional power to a global power. During Hu Jintao’s age, international structures and domestic structures are re-constructing China’s national identity. China’s national identity is transforming on the four identities: corporate identity, type identity, role identity, and collective identity. During Hu Jintao’s age, China’s national identity deep impacts China and the world. China’s national identity during Hu Jintao’s age implies new characteristics of China’s national policies.


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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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