Published Apr 29, 2021

Longjun Zhou  


When evidence enters humanities and society, with its scientific and effective characteristics, it gradually becomes a new paradigm for educational research and practice. It is becoming popular worldwide (Slavin, 2020). At present, all over the world, evidence-oriented evidence-based research has become one of the critical analysis methods in the educational research method system. Especially in the United States and the United Kingdom, evidence on the effectiveness of education reforms has become increasingly important, and more and more scholars are using evidence-based methods to study educational issues.


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Transnational Research, Culture Background, Education, Methodology

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How to Cite
Zhou, L. (2021). When the Individual National Culture Meets a Transnational Research. Science Insights Education Frontiers, 8(2), 1019–1021. https://doi.org/10.15354/sief.21.ps011