Multileveled citizenship and citizenship education: Experiences of students in China's Beijing

  • Pan S
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Abstract

With reference to three secondary schools in Beijing, this study investigates students’ perceptions of multiple identities at four levels – self, local, national, and global – and the ways in which students form multiple identities. The study uses a mixed methodology of questionnaires and interview surveys to collect data, and identifies four patterns of Beijing students’ multiple identities: a high value on self-identity, a strong affective orientation toward local and national identity, minimal distinction between local and national identities, and an imagined global identity. This study provides empirical data that both supplements and challenges the existing literature on citizenship and citizenship education in the context of globalization.

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  • China
  • Citizenship education
  • Globalization
  • Multileveled citizenship
  • Multiple identities

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  • Su Yan Pan

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