Cross - Cultural Communication

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 4, August 31

Abstract and Substantive Patterns Are Both Helpful and Favorable: Views on Laozi's Thought of Dialectics and Display Design
AbstractDisplay design is a design process where all kinds of artistic techniques are used within limited space and time to convey information effectively. Aimed at creating a sound space environment for conveying information, it needs to not only create...
A Hundred-Year History of the Nationalization of Chinese Oil Painting
AbstractChinese oil painting creation in the true sense began in the early days of last century, from the end of the 19th century to the 1920s and 1930s, and the oil painting creation in this period laid foundation for the later development of Chinese...
Arthur Miller's All My Sons through a Marxist Lens
AbstractThis study is a review of the Maxist theory with certain references to the Miller's play, "All My Sons", written in 1947. There are few articles conducted as Marxist critiques of capitalism in this play but these articles criticized capitalism...
Assessing the Hypotheses against Women Leadership in African Christianity
AbstractDespite the undisputable roles of women as homemakers and nation-builders, many hypotheses had been advanced in support of male chauvinism mostly prevalent in African society. Such discrimination is attributable to two sources: culture and religion....
A Survey on the Higher Education "Three Spirits" Construction in Sichuan Province, PRC
AbstractUnder the guidance of "the Scientific Outlook on Development", the Sichuan universities and colleges have rethought the present lazy and separate situation of the "Three Spirits". Based on analyzing the relationship of the "Three Spirits", they...
Confucius' Thoughts on Moral Education in China
AbstractConfucius was the greatest philosopher and educator in Chinese history. His words and thoughts were recorded in the book The Analects of Confucius by his disciples. This paper mainly introduces Confucius' thoughts on moral education from three...
Maximizing Learner Autonomy through Reflective Teaching
AbstractLearner autonomy is a desirable goal in English teaching and learning. This paper analyzes the roles of teachers and students in EFL classroom. By studying and analyzing the dialectical relationship between the reflective teaching and learner...
On the Implication of the Missing Flavor of Salt in the Bible
AbstractIn The Bible Christians are likened as salt by Jesus. But if they lose the salt-like flavor and become useless, they will be thrown away, and be trodden under the feet of men. This article aims to analyze the causes and results of the lost taste...
Patriotism in Literacy Teaching in China: A Multimodal Analysis
AbstractThis article examines how the cultural value of patriotism is construed through examining multimodal texts in Chinese language textbooks that are used in China elementary schools nationwide. More specifically, within the framework of Systemic-Functional...
Reception of the Anglo-Arab Novel in the Euro-American Literary World
AbstractThis paper will explore the process involved in the transference and 'rewriting' of a foreign text in order to show how acculturation and domestication take on the form of censorship which ensures the prominence of dominant power discourses thereby...
Research on the Cause of China Long-Term Trade Surplus and Policy Proposal
AbstractThe thesis firstly outlines three stages of trade surplus in China. Then it analyzes the characteristics of trade surplus in current situation. Thirdly we find out that long-term trade surplus arises from statistical caliber used in trade statistics...
The Politeness Principles in Business Negotiation
AbstractBusiness negotiation is the solution to reach an agreement or to solve the disagreement. It is also a process of exchanging, discussing and even arguing about the issue. Any party in the negotiation wants to cooperate with the other party to...
The Poverty Alleviation Model of Local Government Inclusive Innovation: A Case Study on Contiguous Poor Regions in China
AbstractDue to the natural, historical, ethnic, religious, political, social and other reasons, the destitute areas covering China's poor 70%, economic growth driven function is not strong, the conventional means of poverty alleviation work slowly, poverty...
Yoruba Culture of Nigeria: Creating Space for an Endangered Specie
AbstractThe history of colonisation dates back to the 19th Century. Africa and indeed Nigeria could not exercise her sovereignty during this period. In fact, the experience of colonisation was a bitter sweet experience for the continent of Africa and...
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