Adjustment of International Graduate Students of Eastern Cultures to the American Popular and Educational Culture : A Qualitative Research

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稲葉, 美由紀 ; Inaba, Miyuki (2010)
  • Publisher: 九州大学大学院言語文化研究院
  • Journal: 言語文化論究, volume 25, pages 101-112 (issn: 1341-0032)
  • Subject: 適応 | Indian Japanese | Higher Education | American | international students | アメリカ人 | Japanese | インド系中国人 | 高等教育 | 留学生 | 日本人 | Adjustment
    acm: ComputingMilieux_COMPUTERSANDEDUCATION

The number of international students coming into the U.S. for higher education is steadily rising. The ability of these students to perform well in their educational endeavors is related to their degree of success in adjusting to American popular and educational culture. This study uses a naturalistic perspective to understand the factors involved in the adjustment of international graduate students from India and Japan to American popular and educational culture. Implications of these results for international student services are discussed.
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