Summary and Conclusions

  • Xiudi Zhang
Part of the Governance and Citizenship in Asia book series (GOCIA)


This chapter summarizes the findings and the meaning and potential of the everyday citizenship applied in this research. This book offers some implications for the future study of Chinese citizenship and international Chinese students studying in Western universities.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xiudi Zhang
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  1. 1.Zhoukou Normal UniversityZhoukou CityChina

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