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The Resource Conceptualizing soft power of higher education : globalization and universities in China and the World, Jian Li

Conceptualizing soft power of higher education : globalization and universities in China and the World, Jian Li

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Conceptualizing soft power of higher education : globalization and universities in China and the World
Title
Conceptualizing soft power of higher education
Title remainder
globalization and universities in China and the World
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Jian Li
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eng
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Li, Jian
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378.19826910951
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no index present
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LB2376.6.C62
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Perspectives on rethinking and reforming education
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  • Students, Foreign
  • Students, Foreign
  • Education, Higher
  • China
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Conceptualizing soft power of higher education : globalization and universities in China and the World, Jian Li
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Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; Part I: Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education: Theoretical Framework; Chapter 1: Introduction on Nye's Theory of Soft Power; 1.1 Introduction on Soft Power; 1.1.1 Hard Power and Soft Power; 1.1.2 Status Quo Power and Rising Power; 1.2 Soft Power in Reality; 1.2.1 Soft Power in Political Science; 1.2.2 Soft Power in Education; 1.3 Conclusion; References; Chapter 2: Endogenous Complexity and Exogenous Interdependency: Internationalization and Globalization of Higher Education; 2.1 Endogenous Complexity
  • 2.1.1 Complexity of Definitions and Contents2.1.2 Complexity of Structures and Dimensions; 2.2 Exogenous Interdependency; 2.2.1 Interdependency of Goals and Missions; 2.2.2 Interdependency of Influences and Consequences; 2.3 Conclusion and Remarks; References; Chapter 3: Conceptualizing Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education; 3.1 Introduction on Power; 3.1.1 What Is Power?; 3.1.2 The Faces of Power; 3.1.3 The Discussion on Power; 3.2 Soft Power in Higher Education; 3.2.1 Social Perspective on Soft Power; 3.2.2 Cultural Perspective on Soft Power; 3.3 Soft Power Conversion
  • 3.3.1 Identifying Soft Power Conversion3.3.2 Levels of Soft Power Conversion; 3.4 Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education; 3.4.1 Internal Soft Power; 3.4.2 External Regimes; 3.4.2.1 Globalization (No Need Proofreading); 3.4.2.2 Globalization in Higher Education; 3.4.2.3 The Paradox and Complexity of Globalization; 3.4.2.4 Visible Complexity on Globalization; 3.4.2.5 Invisible Complexity on Globalization; 3.4.2.6 Contextualize Global Education; 3.4.2.7 Literature on Global Education; 3.4.2.8 Literature on Global Perspective; 3.4.2.9 Literature on Global Learning Outcomes
  • 3.4.3 Implicit Pathway3.4.3.1 Global Citizenship; 3.4.3.2 Identifying Global Citizenship; 3.4.3.3 Global Citizenship Education; 3.4.3.4 Dimensions of Global Citizenship Education; 3.4.3.5 Global Learning; 3.4.3.6 Global Competence; 3.4.3.7 Defining Global Competency; 3.4.3.8 Dimensions of Global Competency; 3.4.3.9 Analyzing Dimensions of Global Competency; 3.4.3.10 Assessments of Global Competency; 3.4.3.11 Critiques on Current Assessments of Global Competency; 3.4.3.12 Implications Regarding Global Competency; 3.4.4 Integrated Behavior; 3.5 Chinese Global Education: Efforts and Concerns
  • 3.5.1 Chinese Global Education Background3.5.2 Chinese Global Education Issues; 3.6 Conclusion; References; Part II: Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education: Empirical Studies; Chapter 4: Mapping Soft Power of Chinese Higher Education; 4.1 Introduction and Background; 4.1.1 History and Efforts; 4.1.2 Dilemmas and Paradoxes; 4.1.3 Concerns and Critiques; 4.2 Chinese Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education; 4.2.1 External Regimes: International Regimes; 4.2.2 Internal Soft Power: Political Attractiveness; 4.2.2.1 Global Openness; 4.2.2.2 Global Effectiveness
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1 online resource.
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online
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9789811306402
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c
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Label
Conceptualizing soft power of higher education : globalization and universities in China and the World, Jian Li
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; Part I: Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education: Theoretical Framework; Chapter 1: Introduction on Nye's Theory of Soft Power; 1.1 Introduction on Soft Power; 1.1.1 Hard Power and Soft Power; 1.1.2 Status Quo Power and Rising Power; 1.2 Soft Power in Reality; 1.2.1 Soft Power in Political Science; 1.2.2 Soft Power in Education; 1.3 Conclusion; References; Chapter 2: Endogenous Complexity and Exogenous Interdependency: Internationalization and Globalization of Higher Education; 2.1 Endogenous Complexity
  • 2.1.1 Complexity of Definitions and Contents2.1.2 Complexity of Structures and Dimensions; 2.2 Exogenous Interdependency; 2.2.1 Interdependency of Goals and Missions; 2.2.2 Interdependency of Influences and Consequences; 2.3 Conclusion and Remarks; References; Chapter 3: Conceptualizing Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education; 3.1 Introduction on Power; 3.1.1 What Is Power?; 3.1.2 The Faces of Power; 3.1.3 The Discussion on Power; 3.2 Soft Power in Higher Education; 3.2.1 Social Perspective on Soft Power; 3.2.2 Cultural Perspective on Soft Power; 3.3 Soft Power Conversion
  • 3.3.1 Identifying Soft Power Conversion3.3.2 Levels of Soft Power Conversion; 3.4 Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education; 3.4.1 Internal Soft Power; 3.4.2 External Regimes; 3.4.2.1 Globalization (No Need Proofreading); 3.4.2.2 Globalization in Higher Education; 3.4.2.3 The Paradox and Complexity of Globalization; 3.4.2.4 Visible Complexity on Globalization; 3.4.2.5 Invisible Complexity on Globalization; 3.4.2.6 Contextualize Global Education; 3.4.2.7 Literature on Global Education; 3.4.2.8 Literature on Global Perspective; 3.4.2.9 Literature on Global Learning Outcomes
  • 3.4.3 Implicit Pathway3.4.3.1 Global Citizenship; 3.4.3.2 Identifying Global Citizenship; 3.4.3.3 Global Citizenship Education; 3.4.3.4 Dimensions of Global Citizenship Education; 3.4.3.5 Global Learning; 3.4.3.6 Global Competence; 3.4.3.7 Defining Global Competency; 3.4.3.8 Dimensions of Global Competency; 3.4.3.9 Analyzing Dimensions of Global Competency; 3.4.3.10 Assessments of Global Competency; 3.4.3.11 Critiques on Current Assessments of Global Competency; 3.4.3.12 Implications Regarding Global Competency; 3.4.4 Integrated Behavior; 3.5 Chinese Global Education: Efforts and Concerns
  • 3.5.1 Chinese Global Education Background3.5.2 Chinese Global Education Issues; 3.6 Conclusion; References; Part II: Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education: Empirical Studies; Chapter 4: Mapping Soft Power of Chinese Higher Education; 4.1 Introduction and Background; 4.1.1 History and Efforts; 4.1.2 Dilemmas and Paradoxes; 4.1.3 Concerns and Critiques; 4.2 Chinese Soft Power Conversion Model of Higher Education; 4.2.1 External Regimes: International Regimes; 4.2.2 Internal Soft Power: Political Attractiveness; 4.2.2.1 Global Openness; 4.2.2.2 Global Effectiveness
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unknown
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1 online resource.
File format
unknown
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online
Isbn
9789811306402
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unknown
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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not applicable
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unknown
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remote

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