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Introduction: CSR at the Peak of the Globalisation Movement Book chapter
出自: Comparative CSR and Sustainability: New Accounting for Social Consequences, London and New York:Routledge, 2022
Authors:  Donleavy, Gabriel;  Noronha, Carlos
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Csr  Carroll’s Dimensions  Institutional Theory  Globalisation  Decoupling  
Cultural adaptation challenges and strategies during study abroad: New Zealand students in China Journal article
Language, Culture and Curriculum, 2022
Authors:  Gong, Y.;  Gao, X.;  Li, M.;  Lai, C.
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Study Abroad  Chinese As a Second/foreign Language  Cultural Adaptation  Challenges  Strategies  
University Students’ Perceptions of ‘Good Citizens’ in Greater China: A Comparative Study of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and Mainland China Journal article
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 2022
Authors:  Ieong Meng U;  Koon Lin Wong;  Hui Li;  Chi-Chen Chen;  Jinxin Zhu
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Good Citizens  University Students  Greater China  The Typology Of ‘good Citizens’  
English textbook selection in Taiwan: Voices of two book sales representatives Journal article
Education Research International, 2022,Volume: 2022,Page: 1-6
Authors:  Barry Lee Reynolds;  Xuan Van Ha;  Melissa H. Yu
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Linguistic landscape in transnational areas: a comparative study of African and Korean neighbourhoods in Guangzhou Journal article
International Journal of Multilingualism, 2022
Authors:  Liao, Cecily Ran;  Chan, Brian Hok Shing
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Ethnic Neighbourhood  Guangzhou  Linguistic Landscape  Low-end Globalisation  Shop Name Signs  Symbolic Economy  
Effects of local food attributes on tourist dining satisfaction and future: The moderating role of food culture difference 當地美食特性對遊客就餐滿意度和未來意向的影響: 飲食文化差異的調節作用 Journal article
Journal of China Tourism Research, 2022,Volume: 18,Issue: 1,Page: 121-143
Authors:  Kim, Seongseop;  Choe, Ja Young;  Kim, Peter Beomcheol
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Food Attribute  Food Culture  Hierarchical Linear Modeling  Hong Kong Food  Satisfaction  
Living with COVID-19 and Sustaining a Tourism Recovery—Adopting a Front-Line Collaborative Response between the Tourism Industry and Community Pharmacists Journal article
Tourism and Hospitality, 2022,Volume: 3,Issue: 1,Page: 47-68
Authors:  GLENN JAMES MCCARTNEY;  Carolina Oi Lam Ung;  José Ferreira Pinto
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Ontological (In)Security and Neoliberal Governmentality: Explaining Australia’s China Emergency Journal article
Australian Journal of Politics and History, 2021,Volume: 67,Issue: 3-4,Page: 454-473
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Hagström, Linus
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Australia-china Relations  Australian Foreign Policy  China Threat  Ontological Security  Neoliberalism  Governmentality  
Inflation and inequality in an open-economy growth model with liquidity constraints Presentation
会议地点: University of Macau Seminar Series, 报告日期: 2021-10-01
Authors:  Hu, Ruiyang;  Wang, Jian;  Yang, Yibai;  Zheng, Zhijie
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Information on COVID-19 between fact and fiction: on the need for a global legal regime for ‘fake news’ Presentation
会议地点: Maastricht University, Open Universiteit NL, Tilburg University and the University of Amsterdam [Online], 会议日期: 2021-09-17, 报告日期: 2021-09-17
Authors:  Neuwirth, R.J.
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