New research reports and articles: Internships in East Asia
This month we’re featuring a batch of research papers about college internships in East Asia. Internships and other forms of work-based learning are a worldwide phenomenon, and at CCWT we’re engaged in a research project comparing internship programs in China, Japan and the US. So check these out if you’re interested in internships in another cultural context.
-Lian, J. K., Foo, Z. Y., & Ling, F. Y. Y. (2018). Value of internships for professional careers in the built environment sector in Singapore. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 25(1), 77-89.
-Xiaohao, D., & Feifei, Z. (2018). Returns to Chinese College Student Investment of Time in Internships and In-School Learning: A Theoretical Model and Empirical Analysis. Chinese Education & Society, 51(4), 294-306.
-Rose, P. (2018). Internships in China: exploring contextual perspectives. Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning, 8(4), 438-450.
-Smith, C., & Chan, J. (2015). Working for two bosses: Student interns as constrained labour in China. Human Relations, 68(2), 305-326.