Despite the implementation of numerous reform policies, moral education in China remains problematic. This study presents a student perspective on the dilemma of the moral education curriculum in a Chinese secondary school. Dr. Hongping Annie Nie finds that the school system does not provide a favorable setting for students to adopt the officially desired ideology and values in terms of activities, interpersonal relations, and role expectations. Dr. Nie believes that the dilemma of the moral education curriculum observed in this study is a reflection of the dilemmas that exist at every level of Chinese society.
About the Author:
Dr. Hongping Annie Nie is an instructor at the Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Oxford, UK
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About the Author
Dr. Hongping Annie Nie is an instructor at the Institute for Chinese Studies at the University of Oxford, UK. She received her Ph.D. in the Philosophy of Cross-cultural Education from Biola University, La Mirada, California.
Table of Contents
Literature Review 15
A Description of Central High School 47
Student Attitudes Toward the Moral Education Curriculum 61
The Impact of the Ecological Environment 87
Students' Attitudes Questionnaire 119
Statistical Tables 137
About the Author 153