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The researchers will be doing a cross-cultural study in order to see whether students in the USA and Turkey share the same or different concerns during this entire process. Since college is a determining factor in the profession students will be trained to practice, the researchers believe it will be interesting to see what kinds of issues students are considering while making their choices in both cultures. A questionnaire will be used in this cross-cultural study and will be administered in the three different institutions. This current study will use gender as the variable to understand how gender becomes instrumental in making the college choice. Published by Elsevier Ltd.
The Asian miracle became a commonly accepted definition of this success.
In the late s and especially 80s it became clear that the balance of power in the world had changed. Politicians, businessmen, scholars began to talk about "the new Asia Pacific age" and Asian economic model, different from and, maybe, even superior to Western capitalism.
However, in the Asian economic crisis came and made the region a sick man. Six years before that Japan, the regional powerhouse entered more than a decade-long period of stagnation. The miracle was over. However, the crisis was overcome within a surprisingly short period of time. Naturally, the question arises: What now? What is going on in the region after the miracle and after the crisis? What is today's face of Asian capitalism and how should we view its performance?
Readers interested in regional developments will find a lot of literature about miracle decades and crisis years. However, few analysts have addressed the challenging questions addressed in this book.
The authors vividly show that Asian capitalism is undergoing a radical structural transformation. Hello there, Congratulations for this article! You managed to wake up all my hidden memories! Studied all four books and used their exercise textbooks as well. Now, I have just ordered the first three on the internet. Thanks again for your article! Thank you too Agi, for reading and getting in touch!
I wish you find the 4th book in an affordable price soon. All the best, Lia. We could all chip in a few euros, and have it shipped to Lia for scanning?
After listening to the tape from the first book https: Oh, thank you for the link. After listening to a few chapters, I quite agree with you. This most definitely sounds like Tony Robinson. Really, am I beautiful Arthur? Yes you are Mary! Thanks for sharing this!
I also took German and French lessons more recently, but never again has language learning been as educational, interesting and fun, as with this series. Hi everyone! So apparently, the first 2 books are available for download. I will be receiving the 4th Open Road soon, and I am happy to post the scanned pages online. The question is, does anyone have the 3rd book Turning point? Hello and thank you for getting in touch!
In the meantime, I will scan and post the rest. So, where can anyone find the first two books? You say they are available for download? Please, tell us where! Hello Lia, Tanks for your post. I also used Access to English books back at the highschool. Lovely books, indeed. I still have my copies of Starting Out and Getting On, complete with workbooks. In fact, they are the only books I keep from those days and that was over twenty years ago.
Hi David, Thanks for getting in touch. My goodness, you even have your workbooks!
Please treasure them always, I am amazed to discover so many people love them so much! You can find Turning Point and Open Road on line e. Keep looking xxx. Thanks for posting these. Also my english learning books. After 30 years and I still remember the stories!
Oh the memories! You are welcome, and thank you for joining in! I wish my mother had kept the original books with my doodles. Have you kept yours?
Nice to have found you too. Should be in a closet or something.. Thank you for that post! Takes me 25 years back when I used to wait for English class to read about Arthur and Mary. Funny how it is through this simple English textbook I grew to love the whole culture. Thanks again from Beirut.
We were making up our own stories with Arthur and Mary and even some roleplaying! Cheers to you from Brussels. It turns out they brought a whole generation closer to English language and culture — but also art, through these magnificent illustrations!
Perhaps the link kindly shared by Dimitris see most recent comment will be of some help. Have looked online too, but have failed to find them. Meanwhile, maybe you could also let me know where you found them? Check site: Also, you can have a look in Goodreads: I see one needs to become member first not totally free, but very affordable. How fantastic! I came to your blog because I recently illustrated a school book myself and posted about it and Maison Bentley wrote a comment telling about this post of yours.
What was my surprise to discover Arthur Newton so many years later! It made me so happy to see those familiar and great illustrations. Did he marry Mary at the end? Thanks for bringing back those memories! We were so thrilled to get hold of these books again; they were the favourites of both my partner and I…. I loved this book very very much when i went to school here in Italy!
Arthur and Mary were my heroes!
I really would like to have these books again with their beautiful illustrations…ohhhh what lovely memories …thank you all for ever!!! How lovely to have you here as another like-minded friend!
My warmest wishes for the New Year approaching! Education is part of process to give people. To move forward. What we have to also do is inspire. Each other Lia. You do that.
Inspiration like education is a give-and-take process. How wonderful! Funny enough I was having a conversation with Bella about languages.. Good timing! The younger they start the better!
I agree, fashion blogs are such a fun way to learn a language! But my favourite would be comics — I do so love a good illustration! I should be reading more in French though… xxx. Love how they sum up the English! Such fun. I always admire how people learn our language…. And you assume correctly, I dare say! What a gorgeous book. Thank you for your lovely words and encouragement Jackie!
Especially in Italy where natives are so expressive and outgoing… and with all those hand signals one can communicate without speaking really!
So true! It must have helped because when I finally travelled to England, everything was new but somehow not totally foreign!