This study examines the role of Confucian culture at the government and societal levels in influence educational success. A comparative case study is conducted of Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China to adress this at both the government and societal levels. The hypothesis that culture matters in influencing educational outcomes is supported by the data.
Shull, Kathryn, "The Asian Tigers and Their Mothers: A Comparative Case Study of the Role of Culture at the Government and Societal Level in Determining Educational Success" (2013). Senior Independent Study Theses. Paper 252.
Chinese Studies | Comparative Politics
culture, education, educational policy, taiwan, hong kong and mainland china
Bachelor of Arts
Senior Independent Study Thesis
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