Nonlinear Factors Analysis of Chinese Cross-Cultural Context

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  • Wu Ping Beijing International Studies University, China

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18002/sin.v2i1.5250

Keywords:

Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages, cross-cultural context, nonlinear factors analysis, Chaos Theory.

Abstract

The context of Chinese international

education is a kind of cross-cultural context,

and its particularity reflects the structure

diversification and multiplicity. This context

contains diversity and dynamics in the aspects

of the time, place, object, task, psychology,

culture and the like. These factors are not

arranged and operated in an ordered way, but

are endowed with the nonlinear characteristics

of uniqueness, openness and polytrope. Language

system is often interfered by the internal subtle

uncertainty or some minor factors from external

interference, can lead to a lot of, unpredictable

fluctuations. In Chinese language and Chinese

language teaching, there are a lot of nonlinear

problems, which cannot be solved by linear

analysis. Therefore, the analysis of non-linear

factor in Chinese language study is very essential

for promoting the development of Chinese

language teaching.

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Author Biography

Wu Ping, Beijing International Studies University, China

School of Chinese Language

Beijing, China 100024

Published

2016-06-13

How to Cite

Ping, W. (2016). Nonlinear Factors Analysis of Chinese Cross-Cultural Context. Sinología hispánica. China Studies Review, 2(1), 57–68. https://doi.org/10.18002/sin.v2i1.5250

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