Negative americans attitudes toward china

China’s growing economy reinforce negative American attitudes toward China?
However, it’s the widespread opinion that a friendly relationship with China shall work to the benefit of both the states. This study attempts to resolve this contradiction in literature by concluding as to whether or not China’s economic progress shall deepen existing negative attitudes of Americans towards China.
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Ma, Damien. ” Friend/Foe: The Contradictions in How Americans and Chinese See Each Other.” 13 July 2012. The Atlantic. Web. 22 May 2013.
Saunders, Phillip C. ” Supping with a long spoon: dependence and interdependence in Sino-American relations.” The China Journal (2000): 55-81. Print.
Silverstein, Michael J. ” The Most Dangerous Thing About China: Americans Attitudes.” 23 October 2012. Bloomberg Businessweek: Companies and Industries. Web. 22 May 2013.
Ydstie, John. ” U. S. Has New Attitude Toward Asian Challenger.” 21 January 2011. npr. Web. 21 May 2013.
Secondary research shall be conducted using existing literature from journals, periodicals, websites as well as books.