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The Effects of Social Support on Psychological Crisis Vulnerability: Findings from Chinese University Students

Purposes When individuals are faced with problems or distresses, if his previous way of dealing with the problems and usual support system are insufficient to...
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The Impact of Educational Technology on Reading Achievement for Chinese K-12 English Language Learners

Introduction As the reading education of English second language learners (ESLs) has become one of the most important educational issues in almost all the nations,...
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The Influence of family paper books and electronic devices on Their Scientific Achievements:Based on PISA2015 China (B-J-S-G) Data

Abstract The purpose of this study is to empirically investigate the type and quantity of middle school students’ family paper books and electronic devices factors...
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A study on the achievement difference of gender minority students in Chinese top universities with gender imbalance

Does the gender in scarcity receive preference or neglect? In China, the gender ratio of undergraduate students is stable at about 47% for males, and...
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The influence of research participation on undergraduates’ engagement in learning: The case of China and implications for higher education

Purpose of the paper A growing body of research has explored undergraduates’ participate in research. Empirical studies have affirmed that research participation is a ‘high...
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China ‘goes out’ in a centre/periphery world: Incentivising international publications in the humanities and social sciences

China ‘goes out’ in a centre/periphery world: Incentivising international publications in the humanities and social sciences I. Introduction The current expansion of English language publishing...
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A HLM Analysis of the Effects of Parental Involvement on Academic Achievement in Rural Gansu, China

Introduction Overall, research has shown that parental involvement in children’s education contributes to students’ educational success (Chowa, Masa, & Tucker, 2013; Rothon, Goodwin, & Stansfeld,...
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Viewing the Inequality of Education in China and France from Bourdieu’s Theory of Cultural Reproduction

In recent years, the Chinese mainland has conducted in-depth discussions and reflections on the topic of “A humble family brings forth a noble son” and...
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Surviving the patriarchal school: A case study of Korean female teachers’ strategic shifting of feminist teacher positionality

Schools have long imposed gendered performances and reproduced patriarchal discourses (Kelly & Nihlen, 2017), reinforcing a system of deep inequality, thus, “limiting our children’s capabilities...
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The significance of internship to the cultivation of professional-degree postgraduate: from student subject perspective

With the popularization of higher education, China launched the professional-degree postgraduate education at the end of the 20th century. In recent years, in order to...
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