AASoci  Vol.5 No.5 , May 2015
The Contemporary Value of Patriotism
ABSTRACT
Patriotism is a kind of emotion, will, thought theory and behavior as a whole. The reaction of the complex relationship between individuals and country value system is formed in the process of social history, and it is developed and consolidated in the process of the history of human society, it is a kind of thought and feeling of loyalty and love their motherland. Under the background of contemporary economic globalization, some people that carry forward the patriotism produce confusion even think patriotism has become less important. From the perspective of the development of China and the world, this paper makes researches on contemporary value of patriotism, patriotism is of realistic significance on safeguarding national sovereignty and interests, and helps to achieve the China dream, deal with complex international environmental challenges, and participate in the international competition.

Cite this paper
Wang, J. and Jia, S. (2015) The Contemporary Value of Patriotism. Advances in Applied Sociology, 5, 161-166. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2015.55015.
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