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“Mission of the University” is a classic works full of the spirits of critique and reform, which fully demonstrates the creativity and foresight of Ortega Y. Gasset’ creative ideas of higher education. This article reinterprets Ortega’ ideas of university from the functions of universities, emphasis on student center, critical spirit of universities and mass education based on understanding and analysis of “Mission of the University”.
Learning outcomes, as important guidelines to ensure quality of higher education, has raised some national concerns since 80 years of the 20th century. Today, learning outcomes is still a new subject and is constantly improving. The EU and the United States in the development and application of learning outcomes is doing their best, and they have formed their own unique experiences and models. But as two region and country with different conditions, they have their characteristics in the backgrounds definitions development and application of learning outcomes besides of common ones. Doing comparative study on the both for fur-thering our understanding of learning outcomes is very meaningful.
Until now, there is much study on the features of
modernism that reflected in Mansfield’s short stories. However, her unique
characteristic of modernism which is different from the male writers of her
time is always neglected, and there have been no due and convincing
interpretation of it up to now. This paper in- tends to make a thorough
analysis of the female version of modernism in Mansfield’s short stories and
tries to interpret from two new perspectives: 1) lyric poetry of alienated
people’s spiritual world; 2) triviality and transient impressions of life.
Until now, there is much study on the features of modernism reflected in Mansfield’s short stories. However, an all-round study on her characteristic of symbolism is always neglected, and there has been no due and convincing interpretation of it up to now. This paper intends to make a thorough analysis of her unique symbolism in Mansfield’s short stories and tries to interpret from four perspectives: items, natural scenery and setting, title of the novel and the character's actions and behavior.