COOC


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COOCCorporate Open Online Classroom
COOCCalifornia Olive Oil Council
COOCConference on Optoelectronics and Optical Communications (est. 1993)
COOCCambridge-Oxford Owners Club (car club; UK)
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The majority of COOCs are inclined to exhibit such preference for a positive, distinctive, and realistic evaluation of Chinese culture from diverse vantage points.
In the community examined, enacting strategic cultural identification, COOCs are ardent in participating in discussions around stories of other Chinese overseas' life predicaments and their commentary messages often contain such cultural strategies intended to help others better adjust in intercultural context.
Within the messages addressing these predicaments, I focused on the most explicit forms of advice offered by COOCs.
Two distinctive schools of thoughts as cultural principles reflect how COOCs manage to deal with past national disgrace as historical burdens.
Here, COOCs attempted to promote an attitude of detachment and thus neglect any negative effects and authority of those who speak from Western hegemonic standpoints.
Two stories of academic quandaries stirred up fervent discussion among COOCs.
COOCs see the quandaries of Han and Tang partly as their inabilities to know the institutional system of American higher learning.
graduate education's hierarchy conveyed biased and prejudiced references to gender and cultural differences that reinforce a sense of group cohesion among the COOCs.
For COOCs, the alignment with power and the alliance with hosts are indispensable adjustments for Chinese students.
For COOCs, accommodation is a strategy that calls for wisdom and will power beyond the academe for interpersonal skills can make one more competitive in any context.
COOCs in these forums elaborated on the importance of modesty and humbleness as a behavioral principle and cultural strategy for Chinese overseas.
However, the strategy of accusing others of discrimination did not generate much support in the virtual community since COOCs were reluctant to believe that the two cases were related fundamentally to Chinese identity.