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Lesley S. J. Farmer – International Research and Review, 2023
This paper reviews research "fake news" using a cultural lens to identify possible cross-cultural factors impacting how audiences react to misleading news. A cross-cultural communications cycle provides a framework for understanding the processes behind fake news and theconsequences of the resultant fake news. Linguistic and visual…
Descriptors: News Media, Cross Cultural Studies, Information Literacy, Media Literacy
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Adriana L. Medina; Anselm Böhmer; Tehia Starker-Glass; Sejal Parikh Foxx; Marsi Franceschini – International Research and Review, 2023
Teachers serve as accessible personnel capable of identifying student vulnerability and suggesting resources and opportunities. To serve in this capacity, teachers need to identify vulnerabilities and know about resources. This study included 52 American and German preservice teachers (PSTs) who were given a scenario and asked to identify who…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher Role, Foreign Countries
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Zainab Almohsin; Millicent M. Musyoka; Lekeitha R. Morris; Clementine Msengi; Thangi Appanah – International Research and Review, 2023
A mother's hearing status can influence her motherhood experience, particularly when the mother is Deaf, and the children are Deaf or hearing. The study aims to describe and interpret the Deaf mothers' experience raising Deaf and hearing children. The study employed a narrative research design with three Saudi Arabia Deaf mothers of Deaf and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Deafness, Mothers, Child Rearing
Ryan Gibb – International Research and Review, 2023
This article and project perfectly illustrate community, connection, and collaboration across disciplines and institutions. As history has shown us, sometimes it is difficult to study abroad or offer cultural immersion opportunities for students when global catastrophes or geopolitics maketravel difficult. Instead, this project approximates…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Foreign Countries, Immersion Programs, Teleconferencing
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Torres, Kelly M.; Statti, Aubrey – International Research and Review, 2022
Due to the impact of COVID-19 in 2020, higher education institutions swiftly shifted to online education and canceled all university sponsored travel, including field experiences and study abroad programs. Faculty transitioned to virtual activities to provide students essential access to international engagement. Immersive learning experiences…
Descriptors: Higher Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, School Closing
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Dengg, Michaela A. – International Research and Review, 2022
Experiences with neo-racism, i.e., discrimination based on the combination of conceptualizations around race, culture, and nationality, towards international students on U.S. campuses have been well documented. In recent years, more research has been conducted extrapolating how instances of neo-racism affect different groups of international…
Descriptors: Racism, Foreign Students, Racial Identification, Critical Race Theory
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White, Courtney L. – International Research and Review, 2022
Black students originating from African and Caribbean nations are well represented in the ranks of international students attending U.S. colleges, at over 51,000 annually (Institute of International Education, 2021). In addition to contributing heavily to the overall economic impact of the universities they attend (NAFSA, 2021), Black foreign-born…
Descriptors: Blacks, Foreign Countries, Foreign Students, College Students
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Krasniqi, Rajmonda; Musyoka, Millicent M.; Msengi, Clementine; Appanah, Thangi – International Research and Review, 2022
In the United States, one unresearched or undiscussed immigrant population is immigrant parents of children with disabilities. Research shows that immigrant parents of deaf and hard of hearing (D/HH) children migrate to the US to find better opportunities, resources, and services for their D/HH children and an environment in which their D/HH…
Descriptors: Mothers, Immigrants, Deafness, Hearing Impairments
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Dozier, Andrea – International Research and Review, 2022
Nurses are expected to provide culturally competent care. Many health care organizations support the need for more emphasis on cultural competency in nursing academia. Institutions of higher education have begun encouraging more course internationalization and globalization to help accomplish this goal. The purpose of the current article is to…
Descriptors: Nurses, Nursing, Health Services, Cultural Awareness
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Wrensford, Louise – International Research and Review, 2022
This project focused on integrating an international component into the one-semester biochemistry course, a required course for biology, chemistry, and forensic science majors at the institution. A driving question was how to integrate the international component into the course while showing direct relevance to the course and students' lives.…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Public Health, Biochemistry, Science Curriculum
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Osakwe, Nneka Nora; DeCuir, Erica; Smithee, Michael B. – International Research and Review, 2022
Internationalizing the curriculum is a 21st Century educational phenomenon, and it can be defined from various perspectives: international, national, institutional, departmental, and individual, from the points of view of faculty members. Whichever perspective one takes, it is a response to globalization, which is the combined impact of all kinds…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Global Education, Higher Education, COVID-19
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Whitehead, Patrick M. – International Research and Review, 2022
The author, a psychology instructor at an American university, describes the internationalization of his course in Human Growth and Development. The author argues that human development cannot be easily summarized by nature (i.e., biological and evolutionary predisposition) or nurture (i.e., learning through environment and experience).…
Descriptors: International Education, College Faculty, Psychology, Course Descriptions
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Owusu-Ansah, Anthony – International Research and Review, 2022
The role of the English language, used around the world for international diplomacy, aviation, health, economics, technology, education, and research, cannot be overstated. In places where English is not the first nor an official language, the task for second language teachers in elementary schools through college to perfect students' language…
Descriptors: Language Role, Language Arts, International Education, English (Second Language)
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Mooney, Megan – International Research and Review, 2021
Today, as many as two million Uighurs (WEE-guhrs)--a predominately Muslim, Turkish ethnic minority group--in China's northwest Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region (XUAR) have been arbitrarily detained in highly-secretive, government-run mass detention centers. After years of conducting intensive surveillance--which included the collecting of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Muslims, Ethnic Groups, Violence
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Pruitt, William – International Research and Review, 2021
Studying abroad is arguably one of higher education's most effective ways of developing students' global competency and preparing them to enter a global workforce. This study explores the relationship between demographic characteristics, college experiences (personal, social, and academic), and study abroad participation among college students.…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, College Students, Student Characteristics, Student Experience
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