UM E-Theses Collection (澳門大學電子學位論文庫)
Title
Chinese lay beliefs about autism :cultural values and social axiom as antecedents
English Abstract
A country’s foreign relations is composed of many different parts, and foreign aid is one of the most important components. For China’s diplomatic relations, foreign aid also plays a vital role in the overall diplomacy throughout its entire diplomatic history since 1949. However, foreign aid of China experiences the several changes in both theory and practice in the past 65 years, instead of remaining stereotypical. This article attempts to explore the causes of these changes of China’s foreign aid from the point of view of Constructivism, which stressed the importance of norm, identity and culture in international relations and diplomatic practice. In the article, the theory of constructivism would be used to explain how the identity, norm and other socially constructed factors affect the direction and structure of China’s foreign aid in different periods. Moreover, as a typical representative of China’s diplomacy, the study of foreign aid also help to understand the changes of China’s diplomacy in different periods
Issue Date
2014
Author
Qi, Xin
Faculty
Faculty of Social Sciences
Department:
Department of Psychology
Degree
M.Soc.Sc.
Subject
Autism
Values -- China
Clinical Psychology -- Department of Psychology


Supervisor
Bernardo Allan B. I.
Library URL
b3325882
Files In This Item:
Full-text (Intranet only)
Location
1/F Zone C
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