Vol 10, No 5 (2014)

Cross-Cultural Communication

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fi313

Cross-Cultural Communication, Vol.10, No.5, October 31, 2014

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Table of Contents


A Systematic Review of Effective Intercultural Communication in Mental Health PDF
Shanna Logan, Zachary Steel, Caroline Hunt 1-11
Considerations for Clinicians When Working Cross-Culturally: A Review PDF
Shanna Logan, Caroline Hunt 12-20
The Role of Art and the Collective Unconscious of Jung in the Process of Raising a Child PDF
Adam Adamski, Bohdan Borowik 21-31
When Speech Totally Fails, Resistance Takes Place: With Special Reference to Youth Resistance in China PDF
Kaiju CHEN, Weiqiu CHEN 32-38
A Study on Characteristics of U.S.-Pak Relation PDF
LAN Jiang 39-43
Innovation of China’s Grass-Root Agricultural Extension Team With ICTs PDF
Leifeng GUO, Wensheng WANG, Hao WANG, Xiufeng LI, Yong YANG, Zhiguo SUN 44-48
Utilization of Media as a Tool for Marginalization: Foreign Bride Game Show Example PDF
Nesrin CANPOLAT, Songül OMUR 49-54
Qualitative Research on Structure of Chinese Preschool Children’s Sense of Belonging PDF
Yunjia LIANG, Yunyan LIU 55-59
The Status of Studying Abroad: A Surveyof Undergraduate Students in Shanghai University of Engineering Science PDF
Bingtian ZHANG 60-64
Participation of Different Forces and Coeducation in Peking University: From Reports of Newspaper Media, 1918-1920 PDF
Dexin XIE, Changfa XIE, Tingting TANG 65-71
Development of the Relation Between Civil Rights and State Power in the New Media Era PDF
Longji ZHOU 72-75
Is Achieving a Scientific and Coherent Account of Translation an Illusion? — Looking Into the Traditional Approaches to Translation Studies PDF
Xiyao HONG 76-79
The Penetration of Virginia Woolf’s Life to Her Novel Mrs. Dalloway PDF
Chen LIU 80-84
Study of the Communication Attitude of Slovenian Children Who Do and Do Not Stutter PDF
Mateja Gačnik, Martine Vanryckeghem 85-91
Analysis of the Management System Innovation in Small and Medium Sized Family Enterprises of China PDF
Chengcheng LIU, Yang LUO 92-97
Research on the Safeguarding of Basic Cultural Rights of Farmers PDF
Ling TANG 98-103
Effects of Mobile Phone Withdrawal, Gender and Academic Level on Mobile Phone Dependency Among Mass Communication Students in Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria PDF
Oluwole Folaranmi Alabi 104-109
The Causes and Countermeasures of Job Burnout of Senior High School Teachers in China PDF
Yu ZHANG 110-114
Reform and Development Trend for Research Paradigm of University Governance PDF
Man LI, Yanqiang CUI 115-123
The Formation and Mechanism of Soft Power PDF
Xiangwen LI, Xingmimg WANG, Qianru ZHAO 124-128
Inspection of Kindergarten Social Studies Curriculum Based on Civic Literacy Cultivation: A Case Study on China PDF
Wei WANG, Jing LI 129-134
Will Foreign Language Proficiency Guarantee You a Good Date? PDF
Hailin LIU 135-138
Government and Press Relations in Botswana: Down the Beaten African Track PDF
Letshwiti B. B. Tutwane 139-147
Modern Extension of Classical Culture Life: British Residential College System and Its World Influence PDF
Tian YANG, Yanqiang CUI 148-153
A Study on Problems and Strategies of Curriculum Resources Development and Utilization by Teachers in Rural Junior Middle School: A Case Study of A County of Sichuan Province in China PDF
Li ZHANG, Yan ZHU, Yu ZHANG 154-158
On the Cultural Difference and Performance in the Modernization Process of Chinese and Japanese Painting for the Twentieth Century PDF
Xiaoguang LI 159-162
Research on Ethnic Identity of Zhuang Ethnic in Red River Basin of Guangxi PDF
Fengli TONG 163-168
An Exploration of University Library Marketing PDF
Yupeng SUN 169-172
Interpretations on Relations Between Functional Orientation of Animation Script for Toddlers and Preschool Education PDF
Xiaona MA 173-177
On the Capabilities of College Counselors by Exploring the Status Quo of Building Undergraduate Communists’ Vanguard Nature PDF
Ping FEI 178-182
Measuring the Impact of the New Brunswick Declaration PDF
Martin Tolich 183-188
Translating Contextualized Arabic Euphemisms into English: Socio-Cultural Perspective PDF
Ekrema Shehab, Abdelrahman Qadan, Manar Hussein 189-198


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