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Citizenship Teaching and Learning is global in scope, exploring issues of social and moral responsibility, community involvement and political literacy. It advances academic and professional understandings within a broad characterisation of education, focussing on a wide range of issues including identity, diversity, equality and social justice within social, moral, political and cultural contexts.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 13, Number 2, 1 September 2018

Editorial

Editors’ introduction

China: Liberal economic power abroad, politically authoritarian at home
pp. 167-175(9)
Authors: Chong, Eric King Man; Kennedy, Kerry J.; Cheung, Chris Hin Wah

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Good person, good citizen? The discourses that Chinese youth invoke to make civic and moral meaning
pp. 193-207(15)
Authors: Xiang, Xin; Zhao, Xu; Zhang, Siwen; Lee, Ashley; Li, Yiyu; Haste, Helen; Liu, Zhi; Cotnam-Kappel, Megan

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The attitudes of mainland Chinese secondary students towards democracy and equality: Being a young citizen in twenty-first-century China
pp. 209-225(17)
Authors: Cheung, Chris Hin Wah; Chong, Eric King Man; Kennedy, Kerry J.; Chow, Philip Chin Fung

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Religiosity and citizenship values in Chinese language textbooks
pp. 227-239(13)
Authors: Zhao, Zhenzhou; Fairbrother, Gregory P.

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A new virtue-centred education for democratic citizenship
pp. 253-261(9)
Author: Yu, Tianlong

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