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Attitude Towards Students Working Part-time between China An

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Pearl Yip

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Transcript of Attitude Towards Students Working Part-time between China An

Overview
Introduction
Surveys
--
Chinese
--
Americans
Differences: 1)
Society
2)
Family
3)
Student
4)
School
Result
References
Q & A
Introduction
comparison of two kind of attitudes about should high school students take part-time jobs or not

China & the U.S.A.
Surveys
surveys of Chinese and Americans
Chinese Survey
Attitude Towards Students Working Part-time between China And The U.S.A
Student Name: Pearl Student Number: HFLS23742

Americans Survey
90% agree that take part-time job can help to improve their living skills;

80% think that take part-time jobs can gain some positive influrence.
Differences
Society

Student
School
Result
two different countries
-- China
-- the U.S.A.
four reasons
--Society
--Family
--Student
--School
References
China's high school students do least part-time work (2008), People daily [online] Available at: http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/6439154.html [Accessed 25 March 2014]
Do Children Still Have Heavy Schoolbags? (2013), China [online] Available at: http://www.china.org.cn/english/SO-e/21766.htm [Accessed 25 March 2014]
Your Day in a Chart: 10 Cool Facts About How Americans Spend Our Time (2012), Derek Thompson [online] Available at: http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/06/your-day-in-a-chart-10-cool-facts-about-how-americans-spend-our-time/258967/ [Accessed 15 March 2014]
China’s One-Child Policy: Curse of the ‘Little Emperors’ (2013), time [online] Available at: http://healthland.time.com/2013/01/10/little-emperors/ [Accessed 15 March 2014]

Q & A
Thank you!
Family
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