Reflecting and Evaluating: Assessing the Doctoral Experience
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Having delineated the planning phase and implementing phase in the prior chapters, this chapter is committed to the last phase, namely the reflecting phase. Specifically, it delves into how the Chinese doctoral students (CDS) reflect on their overseas doctoral experience from a self-growth perspective.
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