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The Morality of Vengeance: Confucianism and Tutuism in Dialogue Journal article
Philosophical Forum, 2022
Authors:  Cordeiro Rodrigues, L. C.;  Ting-mien Lee 李庭綿
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Confucianism  Tutuism  
British Academy Annual Lecture 2022: ‘Thomas Chatterton: Four Types of Literary Terra-Forming’ Presentation
报告日期: 2022-05-22
Authors:  GROOM, NICK
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Thomas Chatterton  Medievalism  Politics  Anti-slavery Poetry  Environmentalism  Pandemic  
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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One country two systems: a comparative study of national identity between Hong Kong and Macau Journal article
Chinese Sociological Review, 2022,Volume: 54,Issue: 2,Page: 107-130
Authors:  Cai, Tianji;  Tang, Ruoyang;  Wang, Hongyu;  Li, Spencer De
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The Dome of Thought: Phrenology and the Nineteenth-Century Popular Imagination Book
Manchester:Manchester University Press, 2022
Authors:  HUGHES, William
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Phrenology  Victorian Medicine  Scottish History  Pseudoscience  English History  Newspapers  
The COVID-19 pandemic and heightened hostility toward China: Expanding the theoretical underpinning and scope of the third-person perception. Journal article
The Journal of Information Society, 2022,Volume: 42,Issue: 1,Page: 51-86
Authors:  Chang, K.-K.;  Lee, T.-T.
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Third-person Perception, Third-person Effect, Social Distance, Information   Transparency, News Exposure, News Attentiveness, Moderation/interaction  
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  
Expert vs. Influencer: Philosophy Presented under Conditions of Second-Order Observation Journal article
Human Affairs, 2021,Volume: 31,Issue: 4,Page: 470-478
Authors:  Moeller, Hans-Georg;  O/Neill, Rory;  Chiang, Hio Fai
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Academic System, Peer Review, Social Media, Youtube, Second-order Observation, Niklas Luhmann  
Education, Internet Use, and Confidence in the Police: Testing the “Informed Citizen” Thesis in the Philippines Journal article
Asian Journal of Criminology, 2021,Volume: 16,Issue: 2,Page: 165-182
Authors:  Tony Huiquan Zhang 张汇泉;  Sun, Jinlu;  Cao, Liqun
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Confidence In The Police  Education  Informed Citizens  Internet Use  The Philippines  
City resilience and recovery from COVID-19: The case of Macao Journal article
Cities, 2021,Volume: 112
Authors:  McCartney, Glenn;  Pinto, Jose;  Liu, Matthew
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Chinese Visitation  City Economies  Covid-19  Destination Resilience  Tourism Destination Vulnerabilities