Rampant Capitalism Meets Confucian Traditions: Resolution of Value Conflict Among Chinese College Students: A Case Study
Abstract:China’s overheated urban economies are said to be luring young people into the capitalist fray. This article
The findings of this qualitative study supported view that the influence of traditional Chinese family values on college students’ life plans was greater than had been expected. Given the effects of structural constraints and economic disincentives, students attempted to work out complex resolutions to these tensions.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Kent State University
Publication date: January 1, 1999
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