A Tentative Research on Education of Sense of Identity of Citizenship in Singapore

Yongli Liu, Wanmin Wang


Sense of identity among citizens is an issue that is generally concerned and tried to resolve by all countries all over the world nowadays. A general view of the development history of Singapore, it is discovered that economic boom and harmony of the society in Singapore benefits from cultivation of the sense of identity of citizenship. The reform and opening up of China for almost thirty years has brought tremendous social changes, and simultaneously has led to crisis in identity of citizenship. Successful practices and experiences in Singapore to intensify the core of “awareness of the nation” and conduct education of sense of identity among citizens have important guidance value and reference significance to establishment of a harmonious society in China.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ass.v6n6p128

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