Chinese management academics’ English-medium scholarly experience: Comparative perspectives on overseastrained and home-trained scholars


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Translated title: El uso del inglés como lengua académica en el ámbito de las ciencias empresariales en China: Una perspectiva comparativa de los profesores con formación internacional y aquellos con formación nacional
Journal Title: Ibérica
First author: Yongyan Li
Other Authors: Guangwei Hu
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Language: English
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Resource type: Journal Article
Source: Ibérica; Vol 33, (Year 2017).
Publisher: Asociación Europea de Lenguas para Fines Específicos
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Knowledge areas / Categories: Social Sciences/Humanities --> Linguistics
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