China Education Centre members' publications
Liu, J. E. (2010) Gendered performances and norms in Chinese personal blogs. Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies
Peng, J. E. & Woodrow, L. J. (2010) Willingness to Communicate in English: A Model in the Chinese EFL Classroom Context. Language Learning 60
All publications by author
Bedford, S. (2006). A critical perspective on the representation of racial identities in business English course books. In T. Lê & M. Short (Eds.), International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis: theory into research (pp. 48–63). Launceston: University of Tasmania.
Cleverly, J. (2000). In the lap of tigers: the communist labor university of Jianxi province. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.
Da, W. (2003a). Gender relations in recent Chinese migration to Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 12(3), 361–384.
Da, W. (2003b). Transnational grandparenting: childcare arrangements among migrants from the People's Republic of China to Australia. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 4(1), 79–103.
Holenbergh, R. (2008). Sandstone arches and moongates: internationalisation and students from China at the University of Sydney. Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, 39–40(1), 264–284.
Hu, C. (2009). Introduction to blended learning: a literature review. In S. Thanasingam & A. Soong (Eds.), Integrating blended-scaffolded learning design into curriculum: the SCBC model (pp. 1–6). Singapore: Pearson
Hu, C., & Soong, A. K. F. (2007). Beyond electronic brochures : An analysis of Singapore primary school websites. Educational Media International, 44(1), 33–42.
Hu, C., & Wong, A. (2006). Videoconferencing by student teachers: does it make any difference? New Horizons in Education, 29, 14–21.
Huang, B., Chung, Y., & Hung, F. (2009). An empirical study on determinants of returning intention of Chinese students who study abroad. Journal of Higher Education (Wuhan, China) 30(4), 55–67.
Hung, F. S. (2009). Intention of students in less developed cities in China to opt for undergraduate education abroad: does this vary as their perceptions of the attractions of overseas study change? International Journal of Educational Development.
Ji, P. (2007). Pragmatic perspectives on textbook development. In D. L. Qui & J. Cai (Eds.), The exploration sand prospectives for College English Textbooks (pp. 175–200). Shanghai: Fudan University Press.
Kwok , C., Cant, R., & Sullivan, G. (2005). Factors associated with mammographic decisions of Chinese – Australian women. Health Education Research, 20(6), 739–747.
Kwok , C., & Sullivan, G. (2006a). Chinese-Australian women's beliefs about cancer: implications for health promotion. Cancer Nursing, 29, 14–21.
Kwok , C., & Sullivan, G. (2006b). Influence of traditional Chinese beliefs in cancer screening behaviour among Chinese-Australian women. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 54, 691–699.
Kwok , C., Sullivan, G., & Cant, R. (2006). The role of culture in breast health practices among Chinese-Australian women. Patient Education and Counselling, 64, 268–276.
Lee, O. K. (2006a). Appraisal analysis as a critical discourse research method: the study of Hong Kong English extensive reading texts. Paper presented at the International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis, Launceston.
Lee, O. K. (2006b). The teaching of civic education and the teaching of critical literacy in English as a second language teaching: the case of the Hong Kong extensive reading scheme. Paper presented at the AARE, Melbourne.
Lee, S. H. (2006). The use of interactive resources in argumentative/persuasive essays (APEs) by tertiary ESL students: a critical perspective. Paper presented at the International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory into Research, Launceston.
Lee, W. O. (2005). Aspirations for democracy in the absence of democracy: civic education in Hong Kong before and after 1997. In S. Wilde (Ed.), Political and citizenship education: International Perspectives (Vol. 14, pp. 61–85). Oxford: Symposium Books.
Lee, W. O., Chong, K. M., & Siu, W. L. (2006). National identity and global citizenship education: the application of project learning, integrated humanities and general studies.
Lee, W. O., & Ho, C. H. (2005). Ideopolitical shifts and changes in moral education policy in China. Journal of Moral Education, 34(4), 417–435.
Lee, W. O., & W., L. S. (2006). Global citizenship education in Hong Kong and Shanghai secondary schools: realities and expectations. International Journal of Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 2, 68–84.
Leung, D., Ginns, P., & Kember, D. (2008). Examining the cultural specificity of approaches to learning in universities in Hong Kong and Sydney. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 39, 251–266.
Leung, S. W., & O., L. W. (2006). National identity at a crossroads: the struggle between culture, language and politics in Hong Kong. In G. Alred, M. Byram & M. Fleming (Eds.), Education for intercultural citizenship: concepts and comparison. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
Leung, Y. W., & Ng, S. W. (2005). Back to square one: the 'repoliticising ' of civic education in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 24(1), 43–60.
Li, H., & Armstrong, D. (2009). Is there a correlation between academic achievement and behavior in Mainland Chinese students? Asian Social Science 5(4), 3–9.
Li, H., & Bornholt, L. (2009). Self-concepts and parental reports on children's social skills at home. International Journal of Psychological Studies 1(1), 2–9.
Li, H., & Bornholt, L. J. (2008). Common or distinct perspectives by parent and child about children’s social skills at home? Paper presented at the AARE International Educational Research Conference, Freemantle, Australia.
Liu, J. (2008). The generic and rhetorical structures of expositions in English by Chinese ethnic minorities: a perspective from intracultural contrastive rhetoric. Language and Intercultural Education, 8(1), 2–20.
Liu, Y., Hung, F. S., & Chung, Y. P. (2009). Major selection of Chinese mainland high school students for overseas higher education and its affecting factors. Journal of Higher Education (Wuhan, China), 30(4), 42–54.
Lo, W. Y. (2009). Understanding and attitudes towards moral and civic education among primary school teachers in Hong Kong. Asian Social Science (5), 7.
Mo, L. L., & Chung, D. C. (2007). Investigating some social workers unwillingness to provide services for people living with HIV/AIDS based on HIV/AIDS social workers work experiences. Taiwanese Social Work 5, 1-44.
Mo, L. L., & Chung, D. C. (2008). A content analysis of HIV/AIDS information in social work textbooks in Taiwan. Social Policy and Social Work 12(2), 41–90.
Mok, K. H., & Welch, A. (2003a). Economic rationalism, managerialism, and structural reform in education. In K. H. Mok & K. K. Chang (Eds.), Globalisation and education: the quest for quality education in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
Mok, K. H., & Welch, A. (2003b). Globalization, structural adjustment and educational reform. In K. H. Mok & A. Welch (Eds.), Globalization and educational restructuring in the Asia Pacific region (pp. 1–31). London: Palgrave.
Ng, A. K., & Smith, I. D. (2005). Why is there a paradox in promoting creativity in the Asian classroom? In S. Lau, A. N. N. Hui & G. Y. C. Ng (Eds.), Creativity: when east meets west (pp. 87–112). Singapore: World Scientific.
Peng, J. (2007a). Weaving conversation analysis into language class. Academic Exchange 11(1), 172–176.
Peng, J. (2007b). Willingness to communicate in a L2 in the EFL classroom: rich descriptions from the Chinese university students. Review of Applied Linguistics in China 3, 30–59.
Peng, J. (2007c). Willingness to communicate in an L2 and integrative motivation among college students in an intensive English language program in China. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL 2, 33–59.
Wang, W.(2004). A contrastive analysis of letters to the editor in Chinese and English. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 27(1), 72–88.
Wang, W. (2007a). Genre across languages and cultures: newspaper commentaries in China and Australia Saarbrueken: Germany: Verlag Dr Mueller Publishing.
Wang, W. (2007b). The notions of genre and micro-genre in contrastive rhetoric research: newspaper commentaries on the events of September 11th. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL 2(1), 83–118.
Welch, A. (2000a). Confronting the other: internationalisation or localisation in comparative education. In S. K. Yang (Ed.), Internationalisation or localisation on education. Taipei: Shi Tah Publishers.
Welch, A. (2000b). Gai ge hai shi wei ji? Lu Ao da li ya jiao yu. In K. H. Mok & K. M. Yu (Eds.), Social change and political transformation in post Mao China. Hong Kong/ Beijing: Hong Kong Humanities Press and Beijing Social Science Press.
Welch, A. (2000c). Understanding the 'other': internationalisation or globalisation in comparative education. In S. K. Yang (Ed.), Educational sciences: internationalisation and indigenisation. Taipei: Shi Tah Publishers.
Welch, A. (2004). Malaysia-China relations in higher education in light of GATS. Bulletin of Higher Education Research 3, 3–5.
Welch, A. (2006). Cultural difference and identity. In R. Connell, C. Campbell, M. Vickers, A. Welch, D. Foley & N. Bagnal (Eds.), Education, change and society.
Welch, A. (2007). Building bridges in higher education: Singapore–China relations in the GATS era. Journal of University Studies 23(2), 11–21.
Welch, A., & Zhang, Z. (2005). Communication networks among overseas Chinese intellectuals in the globalisation era. Comparative Education Review 26(12), 27–31.
Welch, A. R., & Zhen, Z. (2008). Higher education and talent flows: brain drain, overseas Chinese intellectuals and diasporic knowledge networks. Higher Education Policy 21(4), 519–537.
Woodrow, L. J. (2006a). Anxiety and speaking English as a second language. RELC Journal 37, 308–328.
Woodrow, L. J. (2006b). A model of adaptive language learning. Modern Language Journal 90, 297–319.
Yang, R. (2000). Tensions between the global and the local: a comparative illustration of the reorganisation of China higher education in the 1950s and 1990s. Higher Education 39, 319–337.
Yang, R., & Welch, A. (2001). Internationalising Chinese universities: a study of Guangzhou. World Studies in Education 2(1), 21–49.
Zhong, H., & Hirsh, D. (2009). Vocabulary growth in an English as a foreign language context. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL 4, 85–113.
Zhong, Y., & Shen, H. Z. (2002). Where is the technology induced pedagogy? Snapshots from two multimedia EFL classrooms. British Journal of Educational Technology 33(1), 39–52.
Zhu, X., & Lee, W. O. (2006). A dialogue on civic and moral education. Chinese Journal of Moral Education 1, 30–37.