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by Yanan Ju,Godwin C. Chu

Author: Yanan Ju,Godwin C. Chu
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (September 30, 1993)
Pages: 380 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.2
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Start by marking The Great Wall in Ruins: Communication and Cultural Change in China as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This book presents a survey of rural and urban Chinese people examining the dramatic changes in traditional culture that have taken place, and documenting the nature of contemporary Chinese culture. Chu and Ju examine attitudes about family relations, social relations, job preferences and work ethic, organizational relations, community life, and belief systems.

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Yanan Ju is Professor of Communication at Central Connecticut State University. He has a dozen books and numerous articles. His most recent book, The Great Wall in Ruins: Communication and Cultural Change in China, is also published by SUNY Press. Donald P. Cushman is Professor of Communication at the State University of New York at Albany. An author/co-author of a dozen books and numerous articles, he has been a pioneer scholar in high-speed management

Pan, Chaffee, Chu, and Ju (1994) identified six major differences between the cultural systems of China and the United States, including, "US culture values the individual personality, whereas traditional Chinese culture weighs heavily a person's duties to family, clan, and state" (p. 24. .Reference: Comparing the use of space in selfies on Chinese Weibo and Twitter. To See Ourselves: Comparing Traditional Chinese and American Values.

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Chu and Ju examine attitudes about family relations, social relations, job preferences and work ethic .

Chu and Ju examine attitudes about family relations, social relations, job preferences and work ethic, organizational relations, community life, and belief systems.

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Continuity and change in Japanese culture, Journal of Communication Arts, 91–96. Butterfield, F. (1982). China, Alive in Bitter Sea. New York: Times Books. State University of New York Press, 1993. Godwin C. Chu. The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 4-6-7 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 106, Japan.

This book presents a survey of rural and urban Chinese people examining the dramatic changes in traditional culture that have taken place, and documenting the nature of contemporary Chinese culture. Chu and Ju examine attitudes about family relations, social relations, job preferences and work ethic, organizational relations, community life, and belief systems.Although there remains some limited continuity with the past, mainly in family stability, the book shows how lifestyle and values in post-Mao China today reveal a radical departure from traditional Chinese culture. The authors discover that Chinese people no longer endorse the Confucian precepts of harmony and tolerance, nor do they submit compliantly to authority as previous generations did. They now demonstrate, in an environment of rising aspirations and mounting frustration, a new assertiveness, as seen in the tragic outburst in the Tiananmen demonstrations.