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Higher education in post-Mao China [electronic resource] / edited by Michael Agelasto and Bob Adamson.

Contributor(s): Agelasto, Michael | Adamson, Bob.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c1998Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 492 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9789882201538 (electronic bk.); 9882201539 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Education, Higher -- China -- History -- 20th century | Educational change -- China -- History -- 20th century | Education | EDUCATION -- Higher | Hoger onderwijs | H�oheres Bildungswesen | Aufsatzsammlung | China | Geschichte 1976-1996Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Higher education in post-Mao China.DDC classification: 378.51/09/04 Other classification: 81.80 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Reforms in the administration and financing of higher education / Cheng Kai-ming -- Strategic role of faculty development and management / Cao Xionan -- Chinese scholars and the world community / Wenhui Zhong -- Returns to education -- The US/PRC Visiting Scholars Programme --1978-88 / Michele Shoresman -- Modernizing science through educating the elite / Cong Cao -- Educational utilitarianism: where goes higher education? / Liu Yinkai -- Modernizing English language teacher education / Bob Adamson -- Agricultural universities: engines of rural development? / Greg Kulander -- Higher adult education : redefining its roles / Xiao Jin -- Stratification trends in technical-professional higher education / Vilma Seeberg -- Changing conceptions of equity and student financial support policies / Zhang Minxuan -- Graduate employment: from manpower planning to the market economy / Michael Agelasto -- Privatization or quasi-marketization? / Mok Ka-ho and David Chan -- Mixed blessings: modernizing the education of women / Carol C. Fan -- Chinese educational reforms and feminist praxis: on ideals, process and paradigm / Maria Jaschok -- Gender differences in Taiwan's academe -- implications for the PRC / Chuing Prudence Chou and Flora Chia-I Chang -- Is Lei Feng finally dead? The search for values in a time of reform and transition / Gay Garland Reed / Limits of political loosening: CCP restraints on student behaviour in the spring of 1989 / Teresa Wright -- Editors' conclusion -- the state of Chinese higher education today / Michael Agelasto and Bob Adamson.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [443]-484) and index.

Reforms in the administration and financing of higher education / Cheng Kai-ming -- Strategic role of faculty development and management / Cao Xionan -- Chinese scholars and the world community / Wenhui Zhong -- Returns to education -- The US/PRC Visiting Scholars Programme --1978-88 / Michele Shoresman -- Modernizing science through educating the elite / Cong Cao -- Educational utilitarianism: where goes higher education? / Liu Yinkai -- Modernizing English language teacher education / Bob Adamson -- Agricultural universities: engines of rural development? / Greg Kulander -- Higher adult education : redefining its roles / Xiao Jin -- Stratification trends in technical-professional higher education / Vilma Seeberg -- Changing conceptions of equity and student financial support policies / Zhang Minxuan -- Graduate employment: from manpower planning to the market economy / Michael Agelasto -- Privatization or quasi-marketization? / Mok Ka-ho and David Chan -- Mixed blessings: modernizing the education of women / Carol C. Fan -- Chinese educational reforms and feminist praxis: on ideals, process and paradigm / Maria Jaschok -- Gender differences in Taiwan's academe -- implications for the PRC / Chuing Prudence Chou and Flora Chia-I Chang -- Is Lei Feng finally dead? The search for values in a time of reform and transition / Gay Garland Reed / Limits of political loosening: CCP restraints on student behaviour in the spring of 1989 / Teresa Wright -- Editors' conclusion -- the state of Chinese higher education today / Michael Agelasto and Bob Adamson.

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