Examining the Literature on Comprehensive Global Competence for Individual in Contemporary China
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This chapter concentrates on examining the literature on comprehensive global competence for individual in contemporary China. The idea of comprehensive global competence for individual includes both students and faculty members in various higher education institutions. It was mainly organized into six sections, providing a comprehensive literature review of global education, illustrating Chinese global education, offering summaries and remarks on global competency, examining the proposed conceptual definition, providing a theoretical framework of global competency, and describing the methodological dimensions of global competency.
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