Technology, knowledge, politics and many more ideas were all becoming influences of the west. China was in a crisis. In order for China to emerge from this, had to observe their level of national power, discover the problem and progress as a whole (Chen). Chen Duxiu’s call for nationalism explained the negative connotations that imperialism had on their country. In his eyes, the lack of nationalism was a result of the conflicting ideas of the old and the new.
Although Deng brought China to the international stage by normalizing relations with other countries and provide more options for the Chinese economy, Deng was still very firm on Mao’s thoughts. Deng acknowledged that China would not become a capitalist country. Like Kenneth Lieberathal mentioned in his book Governing China, “To develop efficiency, it was necessary, therefore, to decentralize power within the state and to permit at least part of the Chinese economy to develop outside the noncompetitive state sector of the economy
Xi is a good leader with a different perspective. He thinks differently of the Chinese dream. -(Webster, Schell, Zhang) His ideas veered away from the typical Chinese dream. -(Webster, Schell, Zhang) His ideas leaned towards the economy. -(Webster, Schell, Zhang) B. Xi Jinping hopes to change China for the better.
He also had less state control of the economy, and continued to encourage ownership. The citizens of China did not have to be flag waving communist, but they could not “boo” his ideals. Due to all of these improvements, there was a spectacular growth in the 80’s. This created desire for democratic reform by many younger, educated Chinese
The Parallel Aspirations of Mao Zedong and the People The peasants of China were oppressed by their “superiors”, mainly their landlords, for years before Mao Zedong and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) came into the light of society. China tried to free the impulses of the people while the Chinese Communist Party wanted to seek out a solution that allows for the party to keep in close touch with the people (Lecture 3/1). So why was the CCP so popular with the people of China? Well the chairman, Mao Zedong, made promises to the people that there would be benefits even the poorest peasants could profit from. Aside from these enticing comforts, Mao shared the popular “anti-Japanese” views that most all of China supported, and he used the Maoist method of the “mass line” to ensure his
Most of the reviewed articles had focused on common nursing ethical values. In some, several values and in some other, only one value had been introduced and defined. Konishi (2009) had only studied the value of harmony in nursing and had suggested that as one of the most fundamental values in Japan. Verpeet (2003) had defined values as nurses’ responsibility to their patients, profession, other health team members, and society. Naden (2004) in his study to define components of human dignity indicated braveness, responsibility, respect, commitment, and ethical desires.
Song stressed the importance of morality and sentiment for being a leader. A leader with good virtues can gain the admiration and trust from his or her subordinates. He believes that 4 virtues of “Ren”, “Yi”, “Zhi”, “Xin” in Confucianism remarkably have influenced his leadership style: firstly, Mr. Song viewed “Ren” (benevolence and love) as a spiritual aspiration which has encouraged himself to care about others. He believed a leader should help his or her subordinates, and the leader should cope with the problems with reasons rather than with personal judgement. In addition, Mr. Song regarded Yi as the standard of the human thoughts and behaviours.
Realization in Chinese Dream is additionally very important and states that personal interest has to sacrifices for the general society and nation. Besides, based to Xi Jimping words, Chinese Dream can achieved provided that follows Socialism. Jimping was a supporter of the socialist market economy and he supported that there is no difference between socialism and capitalism. The CPC estimated that China is the first stages of socialism. Fourthly, developmentalism, is the central drive for the country for their relations in the China and outside (international).
He wanted everyone to be equal, which means that everyone should be dressing alike, having education like everybody did, and that everyone worked for improving the state and not for themselves. Mao ZeDong believed that people would be more successful this way and that it would make more progress. The attempt to re-assert his authority was known as “The Cultural Revolution”. Mao ZeDong’s first target was to burn down the Buddhist temple, churches, and mosques. All of these were razed to the ground or converted to other uses.
Definitions of “Community” and “Community Journalism”: A unified definition of the concept “community journalism” always proved difficult to reach. In its simple definition, community journalism is the coverage of local news by local professional journalists, “the idea of the journalist as a member of the community gathering new stories for the civic good ... for the public good…for the community” (Tamara L. Gillis and Robert C. Moore, 2003). According to this view, a journalist’s focus is on the community and how as a journalist, reporter, broadcaster, they can best serve the people. “This is best done when the journalist is a member of the community by being one of the citizens, not as an elitist member of the media or society” (Tamara L.