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Changes In The Sino-japanese Mutual Recognition With The Development Of Bilateral Relations

Posted on:2011-03-02Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:M W LiFull Text:PDF
GTID:2206360308990784Subject:International relations
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In real life international politics, facing the exactly the same situation, different decision maker will sometimes make totally different decisions, or have various perception and judgment, thus lead to completely different outcomes. One's perception has a lot to do with his personal experience, view of values, preferences, background, outer environment, information source and political tendency, and that is how the theory of perception explains this. To study the decision maker and other individuals'activities from the perception perspective is quite helpful with understanding how the diplomatic policies are made, and other significant international affairs. The perception theory was introduced to the international relations area from psychology in the 1930s, and it is extremely practical as a tool of analyzing international affairs form a microscopic view.The China Japan relations is the most essential part of China's foreign affairs, and it is a combination of all kinds of complexity can be found in foreign relations. Most studies nowadays are done from the macroscopic angle, such as the international system, structure, regime or national strategy, left very few from the perception angle. This passage is to take the perception theory as the approach to find out the logic underlying behind the China Japan relations. The topic will be discussed in four period of times, from 1972 till now, and each one will be studies from three aspects which are decision makers, common citizen and the media.
Keywords/Search Tags:China Japan relations, Perception theory
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