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Introduction

The World of Nationalities and the Issue of Nationality
  • Shiyuan Hao
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Part of the China Academic Library book series (CHINALIBR)

Abstract

Human society is a world of nationalities. A nationality is a community. It differs from a class, stratum, political party or organization in that it is a stable social group, and it can be called a racial group. How to observe the differences and diversity of the wide world of nationalities in a scientific light and how to solve the jumble of issues concerning nationality is one of the most complex tasks of human society.

Keywords

Human Society Socialist Country Federal System Chinese Characteristic National Question 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Shiyuan Hao
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  1. 1.Chinese Academy of Social SciencesBeijingChina

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