Chinese & American Universities Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Chinese & American Universities
Compares cultural contexts, academic elitism, curricula, student preparedness, political activism.
# 11962 | 1,350 words | 6 sources | 1996 | US
Published on May 25, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Higher)


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"This research compares universities in the People's Republic of China, generally, with universities in the United States, generally, within the contexts of academic subject offerings, student preparedness, and other relevant factors. These topics are addressed within an integrated discussion.

Comparing Chinese and American Universities
Beginning the late-1970s, China has "opened its doors to the outside world," with one outcome of that action being the emergence within Chinese universities of a number of new academic subjects (Lou 120). While the emergence of new academic subjects in universities in the United States has not been ..."

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