Extending the capabilities of Chinese students for scholarly argumentation project datasets

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Extending the capabilities of Chinese students for scholarly argumentation project datasets
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2012-07-23
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2009-01 to 2011-12
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  1. Text: University of Western Sydney
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  1. Data for this project includes higher degree research (HDR) students'self-reports, questionnaires and interviews. Self-report data: ten Chinese research students documented the argumentation they engaged with as they undertook their research projects. Interview data: thirty supervisors of Chinese research students were interviewed to assess improvement. Survey data: survey data were collected from international research students and academics. Feedback was gathered on international students'experiences to develop a new educational framework. The framework was then reviewed by university academics, managers and research student supervisors via a survey.

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  1. Han, J. How critical information literacy challenges Chinese international research students: A content analysis of their literature review documents. Local-Global: Identity, Security, Community, Vol. 9, 2012: 110-126
  2. Singh, M., Reid, J., Mayer, D. and Santoro, N. Forming, informing and transforming teacher education researchers as ethical subjects, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 39:4, 2011, 281-291. doi: 10.1080/1359866X.2011.615115
  3. Singh, M. (2010) Connecting intellectual projects in China and Australia: Bradley's international student-migrants, Bourdieu and productive ignorance. Australian Journal of Education. 54 (1), 31-45.
  4. Singh, M., and Han, J. Peer review, Bourdieu and honour. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 31 (2),2010, 185-198. doi: 10.1080/01425690903539107
  5. Singh, M. and Han, J. Teacher education for World English speaking pre-service teachers: Making transnational knowledge exchange for mutual learning. Journal of Teaching and Teacher Education. 26 (6), 2010, 1300-1308. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2010.03.004
  6. Singh, M., Reid, J., Santoro, N. and Mayer, D. Internationalising the work of teacher education researchers, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 38:4, 2010, 249-253. doi: 10.1080/1359866X.2010.516423
  7. Singh, M., and Han, J. Engaging Chinese ideas through Australian education. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 30 (4), 2009, 397-411. doi: 10.1080/01596300903237180
  8. Singh, M. Using Chinese knowledge in internationalising research education. Globalization Societies and Education, 7(2), 2009, 185-201. doi: 10.1080/14767720902908034
  9. Wright, H., Singh, M. and Race, R. (eds) (2012) Precarious International Multicultural Education: Hegemony, Dissent and Rising Alternatives. Rotterdam: Sense.
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  10. Han, J. (2011). World English speaking students and cosmopolitan experiences: Learning to be an Australian teacher. In L. Naidoo (ed.) Education without borders: Diversity in a Cosmopolitan Society. New York, Nova Science Publisher.
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  11. Singh, M. (2012) Pedagogies of intellectual equality for connecting with non-Western theories: Alternatives to celebrating multicultural or sanctioning fundamentalist identities, in Wright, H., Singh, M. and Race, R. (eds) Precarious International Multicultural Education: Hegemony, Dissent and Rising Alternatives. Rotterdam: Sense.
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  12. Han, J. Information literacy challenges for Chinese PhD students in Australia: A biographical study. Journal of Information Literacy. Journal of information literacy, 6(1), pp. 3-17.
  13. Singh, M. with Chen, X. (2012) Ignorance and pedagogies of intellectual equality: internationalising Australian doctoral education programs and pedagogies through engaging Chinese theoretical tools, in A. Lee and S. Danby (eds.) Reshaping Doctoral Education: Changing Programs and Pedagogies. London: Routledge.
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  14. Singh, M. and Cui, G. (2012) Epistemic justice and the communication of non-Western theoretical tools: Advancing the internationalization of research education, in A. Yeung, C. Lee and E. Brown, (eds.) Communication and Language: International Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity and Social Justice. (Volume 7). New York: Information Age Publishing.
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  15. Singh, M., Harreveld, R. and Danaher, P. (2012) Transnational intellectual engagement and cocoon communities: Inter-university videoconferencing for local/international students, in F. Drevin (ed.) Cocoon Communities. New York: Peter Lang.
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  16. Singh, M. and Qi, J. (2012) The educational travels of Tibetan knowledge: The intellectual enfranchisement of Indigenous peoples, in R. Craven, G. Bodkin-Andrews and J. Mooney (eds.) Indigenous Peoples (Volume 5). New York: Information Age Publishing.
    Book chapter
  17. Singh, M. (2011) Transformative knowledge exchange and critical pedagogy: Internationalising education through intellectual engagement, in R. Tinning and K. Sirna (eds.) Education, Social Justice and the Legacy of Deakin University: Reflections of the Deakin Diaspora. Rotterdam: Sense. doi: 10.1007/978-94-6091-639-7_13
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  18. Singh, M.and Guo, W. (2010) The digital education revolution and languages: Insights from Sassen on transforming a Chinese academic into a trans-national researcher, in P. Kell and G. Vogl, (eds), Global Student Mobility in the Asia Pacific. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 117-140.
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  19. Li, L., Singh, M. and Robertson, S. Australian Languages Education in the Asian Century: Deepening of linguistic and intellectual engagements with Asia. Local-Global: Identity, Security, Community, Vol. 9, 2012: 6-17
  20. Singh, M. and Tamatea, L. Innovations in partnership-driven teacher education: Stimulating Australian languages education through transnational knowledge networking. Local-Global: Identity, Security, Community, Vol. 9, 2012: 20-43
  21. Singh, M. Learning from China to internationalise Australian research education: pedagogies of intellectual equality and 'optimal ignorance' of ERA journal rankings, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 48:4,2011, 355-365. doi: 10.1080/14703297.2011.617090
  22. Singh, M. and Cui, G. Internationalising Western doctoral education through bilingual research literacy. Pertanika Journal of Social Science and Humanities. 19 (2), 2011: 535-545.
  23. Singh, M. and Meng, H. (2011): Democratising western research using non-Western theories: Ranciere and mute Chinese theoretical tools, Studies in Higher Education, 1-14, 2011, iFirst Article. doi: 10.1080/03075079.2011.607493
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  1. Centre for Educational Research, University of Western Sydney
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  1. Professor Michael Singh , University of Western Sydney [CI]
  2. Doctor Jinghe Han , University of Western Sydney [CI]
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Michael Singh, m.j.singh@uws.edu.au
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  1. 1301 - Education Systems (1301)
  2. 1303 - Specialist Studies in Education (1303)
  3. 1302 - Curriculum and Pedagogy (1302)
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  1. 930101 - Learner and Learning Achievement (930101)
  2. 930103 - Learner Development (930103)
  3. 930201 - Pedagogy (930201)
Keywords
  1. Universities and colleges
  2. Chinese
  3. English
  4. Graduate students
  5. China
  6. Research
  7. Argumentation
  8. Pedagogy
  9. Education
  10. Study and teaching
  11. Bilingualism
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Applied research
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To discuss data access conditions please contact Michael Singh, m.j.singh@uws.edu.au.
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