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Findings—Major Conflicts, Its Process and Sources

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Abstract

The findings in this section are articulated and analyzed with relation to the research questions. They consist of two main parts. The description of the university culture is first provided, which involves four aspects: the physical environment, history, values and prevailing subtexts. The second part describes the major conflicts arising from the process of initiation and implementation, how these conflicts evolved over the process and what are the sources of these conflicts. The confluence of all the data sources supports answers to these questions.

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General Education Postgraduate Student Undergraduate Education Faculty Advisor Undergraduate Study 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BeijingChina, People’s Republic

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