6 edition of Social transformation and private education in China found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -208) and index.
|LC Classifications||LC54.C6 L56 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||98056632|
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Private schools resurfaced in China after when the Chinese government embarked on an economic reform for modernization. This book offers a comprehensive review of the development, Social transformation and private education in China book, issues, and problems of private schools at primary, secondary and university levels, especially elite private schools for children of very wealthy : Hardcover.
Social Transformation and Private Education in China - Kindle edition by Jing Lin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Social Transformation and Private Education in by: Synopsis.
Private schools resurfaced in China after when the Chinese government embarked on an economic reform for modernization. This book offers a comprehensive review of the development, characteristics, issues, and problems of these private schools and examines the economic, social and educational context for private school development.
It also analyzes the characteristics of various types of private schools. Social transformation and private education in China. [Jing Lin] -- A rich contextualized study of the development, characteristics, problems, issues and future prospects of private schools and universities in China after Social transformation and private education in China.
[Jing Lin] -- A study of the development, characteristics, problems, issues and future prospects of private schools and universities in China. Social Transformation and Private Education in China (review) Social Transformation and Private Education in China (review) Swindall, Harold.
China Review International: Vol. 8, No. 2, Fall Jing Lin. Social Transformation and Private Education in China. Westport: Praeger Publishers, pp.
Hardcover $, isbn 07. In her study into social transformation and private education in China, Lin () identifies some characteristics of private schools in mainland China in comparison with public schools. It contains 12 chapters: (1) "Private Education Development: An Overview"; (2) "Economic Reform and Social Transformation Since "; (3) "Chinese Culture and Society and Dilemmas in the Public School System"; (4) "Elite Private Schools"; (5) "Ordinary Private Schools"; (6) "Private Universities"; (7) "Characteristics and Culture of Private Schools"; (8)Cited by: Introduction This book takes an in-depth look at the development of the private education sector in modern China.
Readers will find valuable data and materials never before presented in such an accessible and transparent way, together with analyses of the major changes and challenges in the course of this development. "With special reference to the People's Republic of China (PRC), the paper examines relationships between law, education reform and social transformation that.
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China Education policy has been undergoing great transformation in China since the initiation of economic reforms and the open-door policy in the late s. These market-oriented reforms and the pursuit of rapid economic growth in a globalized economy have significantly impacted China’s education policy and development.
In line. Education Reform in China outlines the systematic transformation that has occurred of school curriculum goals, structure and content, teaching and learning approaches, and assessment and administrative structures, including the increasing devolvement of control from the centre to provincial, district and school levels.
As well as illustrating. The book provides insights into the economic and social transformation that China has undergone from to the present.
Based on the author’s research in China for over three decades, China’s Transformation: The Success Story and the Success Trap shows how its ‘reform and open door’ policy evolved and helped achieve tremendous economic success.
Review of the book Social Transformation and Private Education in China by Jing Lin. By Sheena Choi and Kathleen A. Murphey.
Topics: Education. Publisher: Opus: Research \u26 Creativity at IPFW. Year: OAI identifier: oai::educat_facpubs Provided by. Publisher: University of Chicago Press. The Journal's web site is located at : Z Li. Providing a unique insight into how economic globalization and financial crisis affects Chinese social welfare policies, this book is a key read for scholars worldwide interested in social transformation in Chinese society at a time of significant social and economic transition.
This book explores the extent to which women have been initiators, mobilizers, and driving forces of social transformation in China. The book considers how conceptions of women’s roles have changed as China has moved from state socialism to engagement with capitalist globalization, examines the growth of women’s gender and sexual.
Social Transformation and Private Education in China by Professor Jing Lin provides valuable social and educational background for understanding the current development of private schools in China, as well as some "diagnosis and prognosis" (p.
xviii) about. China - China - The transition to socialism, – The period –57, corresponding to the First Five-Year Plan, was the beginning of China’s rapid industrialization, and it is still regarded as having been enormously successful.
A strong central governmental apparatus proved able to channel scarce resources into the rapid development of heavy industry. Social transformation is considered an interpersonal negotiation because it requires that the individual have their social position be validated by others for transformation.
It is a reciprocal relationship in which people have to be embraced and correctly identified with the cultural expectations of their particular class membership. Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China, by Ezra Vogel, is a fabulously written biography of one of modern China's most well regarded politicians.
Deng Xiaoping was a fascinating character, who put the framework in place that China has used to modernize and bring millions of people out of poverty/5(). Social Transformation in China by Jieyu Liu,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. China - China - Educational and cultural policy changes: In education, the reformers gave top priority to training technical, scientific, and scholarly talent to world-class standards.
This involved re-creating a highly selective and elitist system of higher education, with admission based on competitive academic examination.
Graduate study programs were introduced, and thousands of Chinese. The five books she has published are: The Red Guards’ Path to Violence (), Education in Post-Mao China (), The Opening of the Chinese Mind (), Social Transformation and Private Education in China (), and Portrait of 21 st Century Chinese Universities (co-edited,).
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Two distinctive paradigms have been used in researching higher education phenomena in China's process of social transformation. The first might be described as "critical realist," and the second as "interpretivist." The book "Portraits of 21st Century Chinese Universities: In the Move to Mass Higher Education", has inclined toward the second paradigm and a central concept is that of "civil.
The book consists of three parts: (a) socialist media, transformed; (b) critical events and public interests; and (c) Internet, grassroots and social movements. Together they reflect a wide range of views – left, right, and center – on the past, present, and future of media reform and social transformation in China.
Gridlock and Solutions: China's Private Education in the Period of Social Transformation. Chinese Education & Society: Vol. 42, No. 6, pp. Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Culture and Society is an interdisciplinary resource that offers a comprehensive overview of contemporary Chinese social and cultural issues in the twenty-first century.
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If the provision for students in non-formal and private institutions are factored into the statistics, China’s tertiary student population reached 31 million inaccounting for percent of the age cohort, making China’s higher education system the largest in the world.
The development and prospect of private schools in China: A preliminary study. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED ). Lin, Jing (). Social transformation and private education in China. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group. Lo, L. "Knowledge, education and development in Hong Kong and Shanghai.".
The book provides insights into the economic and social transformation that China has undergone from to the present. Based on the author's research in China for over three decades, China's Transformation: The Success Story and the Success Trap shows how its ‘reform and open door’ policy evolved and helped achieve tremendous economic success.
Though China’s urban history reaches back over five thousand years, it is only in the past quarter century that urbanization has emerged as a force of widespread social transformation while a massive population shift from country to city has brought about a dramatic revolution in China.
Long before the official ban on private farming was lifted inpeasant-led initiatives to reintroduce private ownership against socialist doctrine sprang up across China. Social Cohesion and Resilience booklet. Access to Education and Social Cohesion in Pakistan-Summary of findings from End line survey, UNICEF, December Pakistan OOSC Study.
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Angola has improved economically (World Bank, ), while higher education still relatively underfunded. This chapter argues that there is a need to change the forms of leadership, policy, and practices. Connecting traditional transformative leadership theory with critical approaches may open a possibility for change and social transformation.
He began his studies on education inand since then has accumulated considerable experience in researching educational development in China, East, and South-East Asia.
His current research project examines education reform to promote resource sharing and school-to-school collaboration in urban China.China's emerging middle class: beyond economic transformation / As recently as two decades ago there was no distinct middle class in the People's Republic of China.
Today, any meaningful discussion of China's economy, politics, or society must take into account the rapid emergence and explosive growth of the Chinese middle class.This book examines the dynamics surrounding the education of children in the unofficial schools in China’s urban migrant communities.
This ethnographic study focuses on both the complex structural factors impacting the education of children attending unofficial migrant children schools and the personal experiences of individuals working.