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Research and trends in Chinese as a second language from 1997-2010: a content analysis of master theses
The population of L2 Chinese1 learners has been increasing dramatically in recent years. The demand for qualified Chinese teachers is high. More and more initiatives promote learning and teaching Chinese as a Second Language. The Graduate Institute of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language of NTNU is the first established academic organization in Taiwan. It accepts on average 35 graduate and Ph.D. students per year. About 1/3 of the students are international students with 18 different nationalities. More than 250 master theses have been completed since 1997. This study employs content analysis of theses completed by 2010 to observe the trends of academic research on Chinese as a second language in Taiwan.
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