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  • The basic value orientation of the nationalist educational philosophy is: First, pay attention to the cultivation of the concept of state in guiding ideology of education, paying particular attention to students' patriotism education so as to enhance the cohesion of the country; secondly, since the goal of nationalism is The state is so powerful that it has a strong administrative tendency to pursue centralization. It shows that education is the state's intervention in education development...
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  • First, how to deal with the subjective needs of education parties in the process of education. Whether in the national tradition or in terms of modernization, science and civilization, nationalism takes the subjectivity of neglecting, belittling and deconstructing the educational parties as the way to promote education. Its training objectives will only comply with state regulations. It is not a citizen who possesses modern democratic qualities and independent personalities. It is a citizen...
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  • The view of nationalism is not only a sense of seeing but not a sense of participation arising from the new wave of democratic scientific thought during the New Culture Movement and from the New Culture Movement itself and from the civilian education movement. Neither democracy nor education advocates equality of civilians in education The long-lasting value inherent in education. The educational purpose emphasized by the value orientation of nationalism is to favor social orientation and to...
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  • Cultivating people with personality, freedom, imagination, courage and curiosity is the natural result of people-centered education. In 1996, the International Commission on Education for the 21st Century put forward a report titled "Education - where wealth is contained", stressing that people should be regarded as the center of development and "people are both the protagonists of development and the ultimate goal of development." This education emphasizes " It...
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  • In order to eliminate the longstanding hunger for autonomy, we can not meet the demands of diversity and can not draw a clear boundary between politics and education. It is difficult to achieve the goal of administering education according to law and grading. The rationale foundation for the establishment of education system is that people's inherent diversity is consistent with the diversity of social needs. The establishment of education system needs to get out of the single predicament....
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  • New education management system, "the main features of a high degree of unity and focus on the school system in all government funding by the government, the state public, in the management system, the central unified centralized leadership, local management education, mainly the implementation of the Central Government's directive , The duties of management are very limited. The educational administration departments carry out direct command and management of schools, especially the...
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  • China's School Reform From 1953, when the state started implementing the first five-year plan for national economic development, education was formally incorporated into the state planning track, and the government implemented direct mandatory plans for public schools. Among them, the central government to colleges and universities direct instruction plan; by the local government to the local competent public schools to establish direct instructional plan; private schools to implement the...
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  • History of Chinese schools On August 4, 1958, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council issued the "Provisions on Decentralization of Administrative Power in Education," pointing out: In the future, we must change the management system that is mainly based on the past rules and regulations. In the light of centralization and decentralization Combine the principle of strengthening local leadership of education. From 1958 to 1961, attempts had been...
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  • The research setting for this study consisted of eight Finnish family firms operating in the French market, but with different modes of operation (seeTable 1). Finland was chosen as the country of origin due to its small and open economy with a very limited domestic market (OECD, 1997). In countries where the domestic market size is small, internationalization is an important growth strategy, forming part of efforts to guarantee long-term survival. [more]
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  • Such questions cannot be easily addressed via mail surveys. If the aim is to develop contextually embedded accounts of highly idiosyncratic foreign market entries,a more appropriate strategy is to rely on qualitative data collection methods, such as the use of personal interviews. https://www.essaycapital.co.uk/literary-genre-is-stable/ [more]
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  • The study respondents were education on the study design in order to gain understanding on the procedures of the study, objectives of the study and practical as well as policy implications of the study (Guba & Lincoln, 1989). The study satisfied the principle of malfeasance and beneficence as well as principle of anonymity. The study respondents were informed on anonymity of their participation and that the study results were not for commercial purposes. Thus, the study satisfied... [more]
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  • Methods of data collection and analysis You will need to think about how, where and when you will collect and analyse your primary data. The proposal form has a section for you to outline your research plan. Timetable of activity Your proposal will also outline your planned timetable of activity and planned dates for completion of key sections of your work in order that you may later discuss this and reach an agreement with your supervisor concerning what you should do and by when this... [more]
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  • Maureen is not happy. One of the fitters, Robert, has made her the target of his attentions. Whenever he is called out he manages to walk past Maureen, or he just comes by to 'see everything is alright'. He asks her out, makes suggestions with sexual innuendo, grabs her round the waist etc all with exaggerated playfulness. To Maureen he is a nuisance. She informally complains to the (male) supervisor who makes it clear he thinks it’s a fuss about nothing. Most of the other women support... [more]
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  • (i) Two copies of your dissertation for consideration by examination board. (ii) The required declaration, statements, signatures and summary (pink sheet) – a copy of this sheet should be incorporated on a single page at the beginning of the dissertation and signed in the appropriate sections. (iii) A completed Gold certificate confirming that you have matriculated (see note 1) and have discharged all of your financial obligations. This will be completed by the Business... [more]
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  • Conclusions and recommendations are the final part of the dissertation. They should follow naturally from the work done to this point and should summarize the key issues emerging from your work and set it in a wider context. Is it possible, for example, to generalize on the basis of your findings? Your conclusion should do this without bringing in any new arguments. Keep it concise and focused on the implications of your findings. [more]
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