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Mainland Chinese Students’ Metacognition, Including their Conceptions of Learning: A Phenomenographic Study in Hebei and Shandong ProvincesDownload
There is little empirical study in the literature to study Mainland Chinese students’ metacognition including their conceptions of learning. This research seeks to fill this gap by seeking to understand and describe Mainland Chinese students’ metacognition including their conceptions of learning...
The Aesthetics of the Three Obediences: Murasaki Shikibu and Asian Women's Responses to the Code of Feminine ConductDownload
Abstract All the three ancient sacred scriptures of Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism, the Laws of Manu, the Lotus Sutra and the Book of Rites, demonstrate that the three obediences were once the prescribed code of woman’s conduct for South and East Asian women, as follows: Her father protects...
The emergence of higher vocational education (HVE) in China (1980-2007): vocationalism, Confucianism, and neoinstitutionalismDownload
This study examines how political-economic and socio-cultural influences had impacted the institutional development of HVE in China by investigating the historical development process of HVE between 1980 and 2007, when the country was undergoing tremendous political, economic, and social...
In Magnolia: Stories of Taiwanese Women by Tzeng Ching-wen, Tzeng Ching-wen writes about women’s suffering. The fictional women in this collection suffer because of the commitment to their responsibilities, which are framed by conformity. Conformity is a set by responsibilities that people have,...