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In: Journal of Chinese Philosophy
In: Journal of Chinese Philosophy
In: Davidson's Philosophy and Chinese Philosophy
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This chapter conducts a survey of China’s corpus-based research, focusing on the following aspects: i) the history and development of China’s corpus-based research; ii) corpus compilation; iii) leading research figures and institutions; iv) major academic publications on these research. Then, the author predicts the prospect of this research, focusing on the developing trend of China’s corpus-based research, corpus annotation problems, corpus processing tools and how to apply the corpora to language teaching and translation studies.

In: Corpus linguistics around the world
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This chapter conducts a survey of China’s corpus-based research, focusing on the following aspects: i) the history and development of China’s corpus-based research; ii) corpus compilation; iii) leading research figures and institutions; iv) major academic publications on these research. Then, the author predicts the prospect of this research, focusing on the developing trend of China’s corpus-based research, corpus annotation problems, corpus processing tools and how to apply the corpora to language teaching and translation studies.

In: Corpus linguistics around the world
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This article examines two Chinese sci-fi blockbusters, Crazy Alien and The Wandering Earth, under a theoretical framework of global governance and its variation in Chinese state rhetoric. The article explores how the notion of global governance in China is echoed, reconfigured, and mediated in these two films via their depiction of China’s leadership in solving fictionalized futuristic global challenges. It argues that while Crazy Alien criticizes the present, neoliberal global governance, The Wandering Earth envisages a new global governance system led by China. These two films provide case studies of sci-fi blockbusters produced in a non-Western context and illustrate the convergence of Chinese politics with its sci-fi film production.

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In: Studies in World Cinema
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In this paper, we employ quantitative and qualitative content analysis to investigate the nature of humanistic value content in the Chinese language arts curriculum and whether or not this varies across old and new versions of the textbooks. Our findings illustrate the various dimensions of humanistic value content in the Chinese language arts curriculum and suggest that there is as much variation across different versions of the new textbooks as there is between old and new versions of the curriculum.

In: Frontiers of Education in China
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Based on the endogenous growth theory, this paper uses the Gini coefficient to measure educational inequality and studies the empirical relationship between educational inequality and income inequality through a simultaneous equation model. The results show that: (1) Income inequality leads to educational inequality while the reduction of educational equality does not contribute to the decrease of income inequality, and there is no simple casual effect between them. However education expansion is beneficial to reduce educational inequality and income inequality. (2) Education relates to income inequality through the human capital transmission mechanism, but this mechanism does not automatically translate into a virtuous cycle of “educational equality←→income equality”. (3) In the long run, the reduction of educational inequality does not reduce income inequality, but income inequality has a negative instant-impact on educational equality. (4) At present, the level of educational investment and urbanization do not effectively promote educational equality. In addition, the robustness of the model used in this paper has been partly proved.

In: Frontiers of Education in China