Development of nationalism in China

  title={Development of nationalism in China},
  author={Shameer Modongal},
  journal={Cogent Social Sciences},
Abstract Nationalism in China emerged through historical experiences of greatness and humiliation. Until the 19th century, the Chinese were proud of its civilization and considered themselves as the centre of the world. Humiliation in the wars with Britain and Japan created new feelings of nationalism in China. The nature of the nationalism changed according to variation in its relation with western countries. This paper analyzes four stages in the development of nationalism in China, i.e… 
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