Browse Globalization and the University by Subject "neoliberalism"
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(2008)This project is about East Asian students from Korea, Japan, and Taiwan studying at the Intensive English Institute of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. We conducted face-to-face individual interviews with ...
(2008)Our group project was initiated by the question why many Chinese graduate students show tendencies of returning to China more compared to the past. For our resources we interviewed twelve Chinese graduate students in ...
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(2008)The starting point of this project is the observation of difference of Korean female students' fashion at UIUC. From that point, we dug further into the meaning of fashion in relation to one's identity across two countries ...
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(2008)Our project initially began as an inquiry in to how East Asian students at the Intensive English Institute (IEI) gave meaning to their study abroad experiences at the University of Illinois. This generally involved exploring ...
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Study Abroad Experiences as Processes of Forming, Negotiating, and Resisting Neoliberal Subjectivities (2008)The purpose of this research is to explore how East Asian students at the IEI (Intensive English Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) give meanings to their study abroad experiences, particular focusing ...
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