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Guest Editoral: Special Issue on Chinese as a Foreign Language

Lung-Hao Lee, Liang-Chih Yu, Li-Ping Chang
2015 International Journal of Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing  
This introduction paper describes the research trends of Chinese as a second/foreign language along with related studies. We also overview the research papers included in this special issue.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank all of the authors for their support, and our special thanks go to the anonymous reviewers who contributed their valuable wisdom and time to the research community  ...  From linguistic perspectives, research areas include second language acquisition and Guest Editorial: Special Issue on Chinese as a Foreign Language iii interlanguage analysis by using learner corpora.  ... 
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Guest editors' introduction

Sauli Takala, Bernd Voss
2014 Language Learning in Higher Education  
We would like to thank the authors of the articles, our reviewers, and the editors-in-chief for their efforts and support in producing this special issue.  ...  their first language and a test in a foreign language (usually English).  ...  He is a founding member of EALTA and served as its second president. Currently his work focuses mainly on projects involved in linking examinations to the CEFR.  ... 
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Guest Editors' Introduction Impoliteness in intercultural encounters

Ljiljana Šarić, Tatjana Radanović Felberg
2017 FLEKS: Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice  
Articles in this special issue This special issue addresses (im)politeness in contemporary contexts, using real-language data, such as email messages, copy-editors' comments on literary translations, comments  ...  Tajeddin, Alemi, and Razzaghi (2014) examine the perception of (im)politeness for the speech act of apology among native English speakers and learners of English as a foreign language (EFL).  ... 
doi:10.7577/fleks.2435 fatcat:tj6iqdv44vfuneo5bwn2zjxupe


Irina Abramova
2021 Politics and Religion Journal  
Last but not the least, he article by Anna Suchkova on "International tourism and political and ethno-religious issues in Africa.  ...  Religion, language, identity, employment patterns, cultural traditions and much more contribute to the separation of African diasporas from British society and from each other bringing the UK not to a  ...  THE WORD OF THE GUEST EDITOR Since the beginning of the Millenium, Africa has captivated a new level of attention, enthusiasm and lust on the part of the world's leading state and non-state actors.  ... 
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Guest Editors' Introduction: People Management and Emerging Market Multinationals

Adrian Wilkinson, Geoffrey Wood, Mehmet Demirbag
2014 Human Resource Management  
Whilst the diversity of such activity makes it difficult to draw out general trends, a few issues are of particular importance.  ...  There is a very extensive body of literature on how multinationals manage their people in different national contexts.  ...  Conclusions This special issue explores the HRM strategies, polices and practices of MNEs from emerging markets.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hrm.21684 fatcat:dbtesg5z3vghfmkm5uh7up4hde

Reimagining Internationalization: Critical Dialogues on Global Dimensions of Education - Guest Editors' Introduction

Patricia K Kubow, Justin Wild, A'ame Joslin
2015 Forum for International Research in Education  
Introduction to the FIRE Special Issue titled, "Reimagining Internationalization: Critical Dialogues on Global Dimensions of Education".  ...  As an educator in one such school, Yu reveals how parental desire for heritage language maintenance offered by Chinese language schools plays an important role in developing their children's identity and  ...  Thus, the MCIES conference served as the stimulus for this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.18275/fire201502021074 fatcat:5khgsaissfgshg5tf4hyhlosqi

Complete Issue (Tony DiPetta, guest editor)

Different Authors
2008 Brock Education: a Journal of Educational Research and Practice  
This is complete issue compiled in one downloadable file.  ...  and a foreigner in each country I have visited.  ...  When taken-up within a conversation that takes classroom practice and the lives and identities of young people in Canada as central, this special issue highlights the importance of a dialogical approach  ... 
doi:10.26522/brocked.v17i1.193 fatcat:qcttcrreazg6tiyvkhocehteji

Migration, Intersectionality and Social Justice (Guest Editors' Introduction)

Daiva Stasiulis, Zaheera Jinnah, Blair Rutherford
2020 Studies in Social Justice  
This special issue contributes to a growing paradigm shift among migration scholars seeking to unpack the complexity of power relations, inequities and forms of social oppression among migrants, and intrinsic  ...  to border and migration policies, through the deployment of intersectionality as an analytic  ...  The multiple methods in this special issue speak both to how knowledge is being created and how social justice issues such as migration are being represented in both academic and popular domains.  ... 
doi:10.26522/ssj.v2020i14.2445 fatcat:zepaip36tnevzcoklht4ah3544

Introduction by Guest Editor George Kam Wah Mak The Mandarin Union Version, a Classic Chinese Biblical Translation

2020 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society  
Introduction by Guest Editor George Kam Wah Mak The Mandarin Union Version, a Classic Chinese Biblical Translation produced by various missionary translators.  ...  Being a nationally circulating Bible, it facilitated the diffusion of neologisms that are now common words in the Chinese language, such as fandui 反對 (to oppose), and the spread of foreign language-influenced  ...  Zha Liangzheng 查良錚, -) as examples, Lai's article discusses the Mandarin Union Version's literary impact on modern Chinese poetry, which has not received as much scholarly attention as that on  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1356186320000140 fatcat:wf2hqv2y5zebjcgyni6be4tria

Guest Editors' Introduction: Unpacking a Controversy: National Histories, Visual Cultures, and Digital Dissent

J. Wang, W. W. Y. Wong
2015 Positions  
Indeed, as ethnic Chinese, we two editors bore the stigma after the controversy made a racializing turn.  ...  On the day when "Throwing Off Asia" -a five webpage section on the Sino-Japanese War -was highlighted on the MIT homepage, a woodblock print that depicted Japanese soldiers beheading Chinese issues that  ... 
doi:10.1215/10679847-2870438 fatcat:kvhdcmfktnfcdnwnd2qjjmmdna

Lawrence Venuti (Guest Editor). Translation and Minority, special issue, The Translator. Studies in Intercultural Communication. Volume 4, Number 2, 1998

Paul Bandia
2000 TTR traduction terminologie rédaction  
L'utilisation des services d'Érudit (y compris la reproduction) est assujettie à sa politique d'utilisation que vous pouvez consulter à l'URI  ...  Il a pour mission la promotion et la valorisation de la recherche. Érudit offre des services d'édition numérique de documents scientifiques depuis 1998.  ...  Paul Bandia Concordia University (Guest Editor). Translation and Minority, special issue, The Translator. Studies in Intercultural Communication. Volume 4, Number 2,1998.  ... 
doi:10.7202/037422ar fatcat:m6iy3qji6baxjpzie3a4p4dix4

Guest editors' introduction growth and globalization: Evolution of human resource management practices in Asia

Arthur Yeung, Malcolm Warner, Chris Rowley
2008 Human Resource Management  
Fourth, Koreans had a more positive attitude toward foreign-born Koreans than the Chinese toward foreign-born Chinese for senior executive appointments.  ...  Since 1980, the world's supply of GUEST EDITORS' INTRODUCTION GROWTH AND GLOBALIZATION: EVOLUTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN ASIA A R T H U R Y E U N G , M A L C O L M W A R N E R  ...  book series editor of Studies in Asia Pacific Business and Asian Studies: Contemporary Issues and Trends.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hrm.20194 fatcat:pj4lc5yak5eizcd367mgnx52cm

Guest editorial

Richard Nyuur, Roseline Wanjiru, Joseph Amankwah-Amoah, Simeon Ifere
2018 Critical Perspectives on International Business  
This is followed by a brief review and discussion of each paper in this special issue. Findings -The paper captures the findings and contributions of the papers featured in this issue.  ...  Abstract Purpose -In this introduction paper, we aim to first highlight the different intellectual discourses and contributions to the 'special issue' on critical perspectives on international business  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the immense contribution of colleagues who reviewed the papers submitted to the special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1108/cpoib-05-2018-073 fatcat:vhzpuperm5flbmb5urukpqow7i

Foreword from the Editor

Xinghua (Kevin) Liu
2020 International Journal of TESOL Studies  
speaker/standard" forms of British and American English by applying a Conceptual Metaphorical Analysis of the native speaker/owner metaphor; using visualisation as a  ...  I am excited to open the new edition of our journal publication with the Special Column of Rhetoric and Composition guest edited by Prof. Donghong Liu. This Special Column has four papers.  ...  We welcome proposals to guest edit special issues or special columns on topics of your interests.  ... 
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Guest editorial

Oscar Salemink, Siu-woo Cheung
2020 Asian Education and Development Studies  
In other words, in both countries and languages, China is known as the center, and Vietnam as its southern periphery, suggesting how both countries situate themselves and each other in a cultural hierarchy  ...  with special focus on recasting community festivals and cultural governance in the past few decades of reforms.  ...  deities (DuBois, 2005; Chau, 2006) , as mentioned in most papers of this special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1108/aeds-10-2020-194 fatcat:vp47bl4vanejrbfzrwad72r6xa
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