Cross - Cultural Communication

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 1, March 31

Behind the Muslim Veil: A Qualitative Analysis of Pakistani Female Students' Views towards Veiling/DERRIERE LE VOILE ISLAMIQUE: UNE ANALYSE QUALITATIVE DES CONSTATATIONS DES ETUDIANTES PAKISTANAISES SUR LE VOILE
Abstract:The research is conducted after a ten-month stay in Islamabad, Pakistan. It intends to qualitatively demonstrate the veiled women's own opinions towards issues regarding veiling and women's rights in Islamic society. It also presents the functions...
Character First/CARACTERE D'ABORD
Abstract:The fundamental task of education is to cultivate talents. Our students are supposed to acquire knowledge and more importantly they should learn to be people with good character. Focusing on the cultivation of students' moral development and...
Chinese Learners' Communication Strategies Research: A Case Study at Shandong Jiaotong University/RECHERCHES SUR LES STRATEGIES DE COMMUNICATION DES ETUDIANTS CHINOIS: UNE ETUDE DE CAS A L'UNIVERSITE JIAOTONG DE SHANDONG
Abstract:To some extent, what Chinese learners need is communication strategies, which can help them solve problems they may encounter in actual communication. The paper sets out to investigate 89 Chinese learners' communication strategies at Shandong...
Export of Education from New Zealand to Bangladesh: Issues and Opportunities/EXPORTATION DE L'EDUCATION DE LA NOUVELLE-ZELANDE VERS LE BANGLADESH: ENJEUX ET OPPORTUNITES
Abstract:The internationalisation of education is the key to the globalisation of knowledge for the development of human societies that incorporate equal opportunities. The gap between the developed and developing societies in terms of knowledge and...
Gendered-Linked Differences in Speech Styles: Analysing Linguistic and Gender in the Malaysian Context/DIFFÉRENCES DE SEXE DANS LE STYLE DE DISCOURS: ANALYSES LINGUISTIQUES ET ANALYSES SUR LE SEXE DANS LE CAS DE MALAISIE
Abstract:This study aims to look at the differences in speech styles of Malaysian men and women. The assertion that women and men typically employ different linguistic style is pursued in a wide range of studies. There is significant interest in the...
Revisiting Vsevolod Meyerhold's Biomechanics : Challenges for Directors and Actors in Theatre Today/RETOUR SUR LA BIOMECANIQUE DE MEYERHOLD: DEFIS POUR LES REALISATEURS ET LES ACTEURS DU THEATRE D'AUJOURD'HUI
Abstract:Despite the popularity of Vsevolod Meyerhold's biomechanics in theatre practice, his lofty ideas have unfortunately not satisfied the yearnings of directors and actors all over the world. His discourse directs actors to accomplish complex movements...
The Chinese Piano Solo Ping Hu Qiu Yue (Autumn Moon over the Calm Lake): A Piano Solo Adapted by Chen Peixun/LE SOLO DE PIANO CHINOIS PING HU QIU YUE ( LA LUNE D'AUTOMNE AU-DESSUS DU LAC TRANQUILLE) : UN SOLO DE PIANO ADAPTE PAR CHEN PEIXUN
Abstract:This thesis introduces the origin and culture source of the Chinese piano solo Ping Hu Qiu Yue (Autumn Moon over the Calm Lake). It analyzes the beauty and charm brought by this solo, compares the differences between Chinese traditional music...
The Role of Input and Interaction in Second Language Acquisition/LE RÔLE D'INPUT ET D'INTERACTION DANS L'ACQUISITION D'UNE DEUXIÈME LANGUE
Abstract:By explaining the definition of input and interaction hypothesis, the paper elaborates the theory that both input and interactional modifications facilitate second language acquisition.Key words: input; interaction; comprehensible input; modificationRésumé:...
Women and Media: A Study on the Marginalization of Female Discourse Power/FEMMES ET MEDIAS: UNE ETUDE SUR LA MARGINALISATION DU POUVOIR DU DISCOURS FEMININ
Abstract:The mass media is the window for reflecting the mass ideology. The article makes a thorough analysis on the marginalization of female discourse power and studies the potential sexual discrimination of this phenomenon, regarding females as the...
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