Canadian Social Science, Vol.11 No.2, February 28, 2015
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Table of Contents
|China’s Teachers Flow System in Compulsory Education From the Perspective of Human Study|
|Hua WANG, Deqing WANG|
|The Application Research of Liangshan Yi Nationality Lacquer Design Language in Modern Product Design|
|Experiential Learning of Curriculum Reform in China|
|Jiuzhou ZHANG, Hui FANG|
|The Differences Between Chinese and Western Music Education|
|Cultural Perspectives of Associating Music With the Giftedness in Saudi Arabia|
|SAAD M ALAMER|
|The Old-Age Plight of the Peasants and Herdsmen in the Mongolian Inhabited Poverty Area and the Countermeasures: A Field Investigation Based on 11 Villages (Gacha) in 5 Counties, Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia|
|On the Ownership of Funds in Transit in the Payment and Settlement|
|The Image of Changan in the Odes to the Capitals of Han Dynasty|
|The Ideological Explorations of Chinese Communist Party and Chinese Kuomintang on Peacefully and Democratically Founding a New China|
|The Shock Effect Study on the Impact of Financial Policies and Fiscal Expenditures on the Agricultural Products’ Prices in China|
|Talents Building is the Prerequisite of the Realization of China Dream: A Study of Xi Jinping’s Serial Important Speeches on Talents Building|
|bin TANG, junjun XUE|
|Passing the Disadvantageous Terrain and Containing Towns by Towns: Mongolian Strategy to Break Through Song’s Mountainous Defense System|
|An Analysis of Britain and American Poverty and Poverty Alleviation and Development Pattern|
|Zhizhang Wang, Jing HE|
|Study of Chinese Peasants’ in Situ Entrepreneurial Project Categories and Their Market Prospects|
|Characters, Settings and Theme in Wuthering Heights|
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