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Review of Jock Young, The Criminological Imagination Journal article
Asian Journal of Criminology, 2014,Volume: 9,Issue: 2,Page: 161–163
Authors:  Jianhua Xu
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Building virtual communities through a de-marginalized view of knowledge networking Book chapter
出自: Social Web Evolution: Integrating Semantic Applications and Web 2.0 Technologies, Hershey, PA, USA:Information Science Reference (IGI Global, Inc.), 2009, 页码: 233-248
Authors:  Kam Hou Vat
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Building Virtual Communities through a De-Marginalized View of Knowledge Networking Book chapter
出自: Social Web Evolution: Integrating Semantic Applications and Web 2.0 Technologies:Information Science Reference, 2009
Authors:  Vat, Kam Hou
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Power inequality in cross-cultural learning: The case of Japanese transplants in China Journal article
Asia Pacific Business Review, 2008,Volume: 14,Issue: 2,Page: 253
Authors:  Hong J.;  Snell R.
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China  Cross-cultural management  Japan  Organizational learning  Power  Social construction perspective  
Cross-cultural influences on organizational learning in MNCS: The case of Japanese companies in China Journal article
Journal of International Management, 2006,Volume: 12,Issue: 4,Page: 408
Authors:  Hong J.F.L.;  Snell R.S.;  Easterby-Smith M.
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Cross-cultural influence  Organizational learning  Social construction  
Nurturing Self-Directed Work Teams in the Education of Information Systems Professionals Conference paper
CD-Proceedings of the Nineth Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems (SAIS2006), Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 2006-3
Authors:  Kam Hou VAT
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Problem-based Learning  Self-directed Learning  Group Collaboration