Chinese Educational Migration and Student-Teacher Mobilities: Experiencing Otherness

Chinese Educational Migration and Student-Teacher Mobilities: Experiencing Otherness

by Fred Dervin (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781137492906
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 05/13/2015
Series: Palgrave Studies on Chinese Education in a Global Perspective
Edition description: 2015
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.02(d)

About the Author

Sophie Bailly, University of Lorraine, France

Fred Dervin, University of Helsinki, Finland

Xiangyun Du, Aalborg University, Denmark

Minghui Gao, University of Helsinki, Finland

Jinghe Han, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Herby Lai, SOAS, UK

Mike Packevicz, Yale-China Association, USA

Michael Singh, University of Western Sydney, Australia

Hannah Soong, University of South Australia, Australia

Jinjing Wang, Stendhal University, France

Lihong Wang, George Mason University, USA

Li Yong, University of Rouen-Haute Normandie, France

Chun Zhang, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Table of Contents

PART I: THE EXPERIENCES OF CHINESE STUDENTS ABROAD 1. Negotiating Transnational Life Worlds: Experiences of Chinese Student-Migrants in Australia; Hannah Soong 2. Representing the Chinese Student Abroad: The case of a Concise Chinese-English Dictionary FOR LOVERS (???????); Fred Dervin and Minghui Gao 3. Chinese Students Experiencing Learning French as a Second Language in France: A Case Study of Individual Differences in the Context of Study Abroad; Jinjing Wang and Sophie Bailly PART II: GOING BACK HOME OR NOT? 4. The Pragmatic Cosmopolitan: The 'Serving China' Discourse, Career Plans, and Cosmopolitan Dispositions of Chinese Students in Japan; Herby Lai 5. A risk perspective on Chinese Student Migration in France; Yong Li PART III: CHINESE TEACHERS ABROAD: ADAPTING TO OTHER CONTEXTS 6. Discursive Construction of Chinese Language Teacher Identity; Chun Zhang 7. Change in Teaching Beliefs When Teaching Abroad? A Case Study on Confucius Institute Chinese Teachers' Teaching Experience in the US; Lihong Wang 8. Making Chinese Learnable: Strategies for the Retention of Language Learners; Michael Singh and Jinghe Han 9. Conceptions of Language Teaching of Chinese-Born Language Teachers; Michael Joseph Packevicz, Jr. Afterword: Rethinking the Notion of Chinese Students Abroad: The Need for a New Research Agenda; Xiangyun Du

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