Journal of International Students, 2020 Vol. 10 No. 2

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

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Category: Education

Page: 357

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Issue 10.2 continues the journal's yearlong celebration with special 10th Anniversary Essays from influential voices in the field like Karin Fisher and Rahul Choudaha who highlight the need for research in the face of the current pandemic, the affordability crisis for students, and the workplace experiences of international students. The 10.2 issue features essays, research articles, reflections, and book reviews from authors in Australia, Canada, China, Eritrea, the Netherlands, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.

Journal of International Students, 2020 Vol. 10, No. 1

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 256

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Our 10th Anniversary series features special essays from influential voices in the field who explore future directions for internationalization and student mobility, as well as the experiences of new generations of international students in less researched contexts and the need for more critical perspectives. Our 10th anniversary cover art celebrates the past ten years with an image of the Holi Festival of Colors celebrated around the world, including Nepal, the birthplace of our Founding & Executive Editor, Dr. Krishna Bista. The image is overlaid with the name of the journal in various languages to celebrate our authors and readers who span the globe, as well as our plans to publish future special issues in the many languages of our readers, similar to our recent Special Issue on International Students in China with full-length articles in Simplified Chinese. This issue features research and authors in Australia, Austria, Brazil, China, Lebanon, Malaysia, the Philippines, Portugal, and South Africa.

Journal of International Students, 2020 Vol. 10 No. 3

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 356

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We invite you to explore the third issue of our 10th anniversary series in the Journal of International Students! The COVID-19 global pandemic has affected every facet of our lives, and international students are profoundly impacted by the uncertainty in higher education worldwide. The cutting-edge research and analysis from our authors continues to be critical as we navigate new realities together. Issue 10.3 continues our yearlong celebration with essays from influential voices in the field who highlight the importance of supporting international students and immigrants in these challenges time, the diversification of students, and teaching and engaging international students.

Journal of International Students || Vol 10 No 4 (2020): 10th Anniversary Series || Part I

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 250

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Journal of International Students || Vol 10 No 4 (2020): 10th Anniversary Series || Part I We invite you to explore the fourth issue of our 10th anniversary series in the Journal of International Students with excellent essays from Jenny Lee, Darla Deardorff, Rosalind Raby, and Megan Siczek. Our final issue for 2020 features authors from and research focused on Armenia, Australia, China, Mexico, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. Issue 10.4 concludes our yearlong celebration with essays from influential voices in the field, who highlight critical issues facing international students, reflections on the last ten years in community college internationalization, and thoughts about how we need to move forward in the community.

Journal of International Students: Vol 10 No S2 (2020): Special Issue: Reflection and Reflective Thinking

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher: OJED/STAR

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Category: Education

Page: 138

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Journal of International Students: Vol 10 No S2 (2020): Special Issue: Reflection and Reflective Thinking The Journal of International Students (JIS), an academic, interdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed publication (Print ISSN 2162-3104 & Online ISSN 2166-3750), publishes scholarly peer-reviewed articles on international students in tertiary education, secondary education, and other educational settings that make significant contributions to research, policy, and practice in the internationalization of higher education. This special issue shares 7 papers related to international students and reflection by drawing on Rodgers’ four functions of reflection. We hope that the special issue is of value to the journal’s readership, particularly in regard to assisting both academic and support staff in universities with their work on reflection with international students.

Journal of International Students 2020 Vol 10 No 2

10th Anniversary Edition

Author: Krishna Bista

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 358

View: 798

Issue 10.2 continues the journal's yearlong celebration with special 10th Anniversary Essays from influential voices in the field like Karin Fisher and Rahul Choudaha who highlight the need for research in the face of the current pandemic, the affordability crisis for students, and the workplace experiences of international students.The 10.2 issue features essays, research articles, reflections, and book reviews from authors in Australia, Canada, China, Eritrea, the Netherlands, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. The COVID-19 global pandemic has affected every facet of our lives, and international students are profoundly impacted by the uncertainty in higher education worldwide. The cutting-edge research and analysis from our authors continues to be critical as we navigate this reality together.

Fashion in Altermodern China

Author: Feng Jie

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

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Category: Design

Page: 176

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Fashion in Altermodern China examines key features of women's fashion within the cultural and political context of contemporary China. While global brands and styles heavily influence Chinese consumer trends, the Chinese fashion 'system' is formed of its own internal logics and emergent trends, too. Adopting the theoretical term 'altermodern', Feng Jie encourages us to view China in terms of its rapid modernization which presents its own rhythms and meanings, and argues persuasively that Chinese fashion can't be wholly understood in terms of a Western discourse of modernity, postmodernity and the global. Expanding our understanding of the fashion 'system', Fashion in Altermodern China takes on board new trends in global trade, new technologies, and the hybridity of designs and consumption of fashion. Through critical readings of Barthes, on the 'neutral', and Jullien, on 'blandness', both directly influenced by Asian philosophies, the author offers a new perspective on Chinese fashion, arguing that, while global-local contexts lead to identifiably postmodern and hybrid aesthetics, for women in contemporary China the flux and mix of available fashions is experienced in a more open neutral manner than scholars have previously described. Crucially, then, rather than position trends in China only in terms of 'hybridity' (which betrays a Western bias and a binary logic of host-recipient), there are more fluid ways in which we need to understand how women engage in fashion in China today.