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A comparative comparative study of American and Japanese students book of creative thinking of American and Japanese college students, The Journal of Creative Behavior, 35 (1), Steiner-Khamsi, G., ().
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Through an empirically based quantitative and qualitative examination of Japanese students on short and medium-term study abroad programs in Canada and the United States, the research attempts to gain an understanding of the factors that enhance the development of intercultural : Shingo Hanada.
THE EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTARY TUTORING ON STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF JAPAN AND THE UNITED STATES A Dissertation in Educational Theory and Policy and Comparative and International Education by Izumi Mori Izumi Mori Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Author: Izumi Mori.p.
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A comparative study of American and Chinese college students’ motives for food choice. The main objective for this study was to understand motives for food choice of American and Chinese college students, and to gauge cross-cultural similarities and differences.
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educators, the familiar become strange. This Handbook is a comprehensive reference book for libraries, scholars, and comparative and international studies researchers.
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Students may choose to focus on a special topic instead of on a third literary tradition.