Cross-Cultural Communication, Vol.11, No.1, January 31, 2015
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Table of Contents
|Leadership Values in Traditional Communities: A Dramaturgical Perspective|
|L. O.MOLINTA ENENDU|
|The Way of Regional Economic Development by Cooperating Activities of Xinjiang and Other Provinces of China|
|Helaiti·Mahemuti XUE, Zulati Litifu|
|Re-Assessing Cross-Cultural Pragmatics: Insistence as a Marker of Affiliation and Connectedness|
|Mahmood K. M. Eshreteh|
|Joseph Nye’s Soft Power Theory and Its Revelation Towards Ideological and Political Education|
|Art Appreciation Instruction and Changes of Classroom Questioning at Senior Secondary School in Visual Culture Context|
|Min LI, Xiaomei JIANG|
|Chinese Postgraduate Education Reform: Transition From Academical to Professional|
|Qiao CHEN, Lei DENG|
|On Orientation of Contemporary Value of Design Logic About Urban Residential Space in China|
|Subjects’ Symbiosis: Evolution and Generation of Views of Teaching Quality|
|Tian CHEN, Dequan ZHU|
|Weighty Consequences: Diagnostic Challenges and Practice Considerations Associated With Obesity|
|A Study on the Historical Development of China’s Sports Dream|
|Zhaojin LI, Aiping CAO|
|Chinese “Administrative Suit Law Amendment” Review|
|On Relation between Capability and Leadership of College Students: Based on “Able Person” Hypothesis|
|Yuan ZOU, Yungui WANG|
|Saudi Scholars’ Heritage Language and Their Ethno-Cultural Identity in Multilingual Communities: An Exploratory Case Study|
|Najlaa S. Al-Ghamdi|
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