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“…Indeed this is not something confined to our knowledge of the RTVUs: reports by foreign commentators on higher education in China rarely, if ever, contain information on students' views. (See, for example, Pepper, 1982, andOgden, 1982, for accounts which do not include such information and Pearson, 1984, which does. ) This in part is because many of the foreign researchers are social scientists, rather than educationalists, interested in education as a social and political phenomenon, and in part because of the difficulty of access to students.…”
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“…Indeed this is not something confined to our knowledge of the RTVUs: reports by foreign commentators on higher education in China rarely, if ever, contain information on students' views. (See, for example, Pepper, 1982, andOgden, 1982, for accounts which do not include such information and Pearson, 1984, which does. ) This in part is because many of the foreign researchers are social scientists, rather than educationalists, interested in education as a social and political phenomenon, and in part because of the difficulty of access to students.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning