Culture and Civilization Matters

April 5, 2010

China’s Social Relational Model and Cultural Dimensions

Filed under: Term 4 Shanghai — Tags: , , — wadatripp @ 9:39 pm


As has been the case in prior residencies, upon completing your blog pre-reading we ask that you provide us with a baseline on the Social Relational Model for China.

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For 16 centuries, China was an Agrarian society that maintained stability by adhering to Confucianism. During the last two centuries China has experienced significant turmoil. From Semi-Colonialism and Japanese Occupation followed by Communist Rule under Mao yielding to Rapid Economic Growth under Deng Xiaoping, China’s Social Relational model has likely changed significantly.

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China’s long and winding history has also forged alignment with a core set of Dimensions that form its unique Culture.


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That’s It….YOU’RE DONE…..Safe Travels and See you all in Shanghai!

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