The Culture Of China Has Deeply Ingrained

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The culture of China has deeply engrained commitment to learning its citizenry by placing high meaning on book learning and formal education than other civilizations. Education in china was placed as a path to government career since they were determined to bureaucratic appointment, a path to prestige and authority by eligible men of humble birth to rise to the top. This is unlike the US because leaders wished to develop well rounded citizens but there were others who advocated for more practical goals of learning modern science and technology to reform the country in countering western imperialism (Mohrman, Geng, & Wang, 2011). Attaining the status of a Professor one must sustain a distinguished track record of scholarly achievement within one university and academic discipline to be promoted from an associate professor. The position of professor is usually tenured but not for private and church affiliated institutions (BISO, 2010). The status of a professor is the highest of the standard academic ranks with advancement past the rank of professor involves administrative duties. There is no mandatory retirement age in this occupation and full professor in the US is around 55 years with only few people attains the position before attaining that age. Full professor earn on average 70% more than the associate professor in the same institution but those in private institutions earn less (Kim, 2012). Promotion of professors comes with increased administrative responsibilities…

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