Opinion

Opinions matter.

In this section we post opinion pieces by researchers and practitioners across different fields of Chinese education mobilities.

A Sociomaterial Investigation into Chinese International Students’ Navigation of a Doctoral Trajectory During Covid-19

Research highlighted Xu, X. (2022). A Sociomaterial Investigation into Chinese International Students’ Navigation of a Doctoral Trajectory During COVID-19. Journal of Studies in International Education. doi:10.1177/10283153221126247 Despite the growing scholarship on the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education, there is a dearth of specific focus on how international doctoral students perceive their navigation of a disrupted study journey … Continue reading “A Sociomaterial Investigation into Chinese International Students’ Navigation of a Doctoral Trajectory During Covid-19”

Call for Papers: Online Seminar “Chinese Educational Mobilities in Europe and Beyond”

Organizers: Sofia Gaspar, CIES-Iscte, Portugal Fanni Beck, CEU, Hungary Date: 1st December 2022 (Thursday)  Format: Online Abstract: International student migration has been of scholarly interest for decades. However, most attention has been given to tertiary education, and educational mobility in the pre-university stage (between 5 and 16 years) has been neglected, despite its importance. Primary and secondary educational mobilities … Continue reading “Call for Papers: Online Seminar “Chinese Educational Mobilities in Europe and Beyond””

Foreign Academics in China

Research highlighted Cai, Y., Braun Střelcová, A., Marini, G., Huang, F., & Xu, X. (2022). Foreign Academics in China. International Higher Education, (111), 29-30. Retrieved from https://ejournals.bc.edu/index.php/ihe/article/view/15343 Note: the text was originally published on International Higher Education (IHE). Abstract This article examines the experience of international academics to mainland China. The emerging trend of foreign academics … Continue reading “Foreign Academics in China”

Class Consciousness Construction of Rural Migrant Children in China: Seeking the Alternative Way Out in Meritocratic Schooling

Jiaxin Chen (2022) Class Consciousness Construction of Rural Migrant Children in China. Taylor & Francis. As China’s urban economy continued to boom after entering the twenty-first century, its rural migrant population experienced unprecedented expansion, making it a significant portion of the working-class people in China. Despite their massive population, rural migrant workers enjoy little labour protection … Continue reading “Class Consciousness Construction of Rural Migrant Children in China: Seeking the Alternative Way Out in Meritocratic Schooling”

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