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Li, Jiaqi; Liu, Xun – Journal of International Students, 2021
While Internet use plays an increasingly important role in individuals' lives, many college students have found themselves totally unconsciously plunged into Internet addiction (IA). Guided by the acculturative stress theory, we examined the relationships between acculturative stress, gender, age, length of stay, and IA among international college…
Descriptors: Internet, Addictive Behavior, Acculturation, Culture Conflict
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Neto, Félix – Journal of International Students, 2021
International students constitute an important sojourner group. This study examined the levels and predictors of loneliness among international students. The sample included 188 Angolan, 210 Cape Verdean, and 221 domestic college students who attended Portuguese institutions of higher education. The relative strengths of background and…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Foreign Students, Study Abroad, Undergraduate Students
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Nicola, Tara P. – Journal of International Students, 2021
Although the internationalization of the U.S. education sector is perhaps the most salient at the postsecondary level, U.S. secondary schools have increasingly experienced the effects of globalization. In recent years, these schools have witnessed a surge in their population of international students. However, there is relatively little…
Descriptors: High Schools, International Education, Futures (of Society), Global Approach
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Marijanovic, Nina; Lee, Jungmin; Teague, Thomas W., Jr.; Means, Sheryl F. – Journal of International Students, 2021
The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand how international doctoral students were matched with their faculty advisors and how their advising experiences and satisfaction were shaped by their academic discipline. We applied the lens of developmental advising to situate the advising experiences of our sample because of the framework's…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Foreign Students, Student Satisfaction, Student Experience
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Su-Russell, Chang; James, Anthony G. – Journal of International Students, 2021
Acculturative stress and strategies have been investigated with undergraduate international students in the United States. However, not much is known about scholars who come to the United States for advanced educational or career opportunities. Guided by Berry's (2006) acculturative stress coping adaptation theory, the current study explored lived…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Stress Variables, Family Work Relationship, Coping
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Ammigan, Ravichandran; Dennis, John L.; Jones, Elspeth – Journal of International Students, 2021
This research uses i-graduate's International Student Barometer to investigate whether overall satisfaction and institutional recommendation are influenced by student nationality and destination country, while controlling for the covariates of learning experiences. The result of our analysis is the identification of a conceptual framework for the…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Student Satisfaction, Student Experience, Intention
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Hernandez, Gian-Louis – Journal of International Students, 2021
Increasing diversity in international student mobility/migration has gained attention in recent years (Bilecen & Van Mol, 2017). Diversity in international higher education institutions has primarily been understood in terms of diversity of national origin, meaning the dynamics of racial and ethnic differences are not adequately addressed in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Student Diversity, Foreign Students
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Crumley-Effinger, Max; Torres-Olave, Blanca – Journal of International Students, 2021
Examining the hypermobility of many "elite" academic workers, this article situates mobility within the context of higher education and sustainability, decoloniality, and institutionalized expectations for academic travel. The mobility of HEI workers is described in relation to Anthropogenic climate change (ACC), which highlights the…
Descriptors: Climate, College Faculty, Conservation (Environment), Higher Education
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Suspitsyna, Tatiana – Journal of International Students, 2021
From a postcolonial perspective, U.S. higher education is entangled with the colonial past and the neoliberal neo-colonial present as an economic actor that dominates global educational markets through internationalization. The COVID pandemic and the nationwide movement for racial justice have brought these entanglements into stark relief in the…
Descriptors: International Education, Postcolonialism, Neoliberalism, Higher Education
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Leenen-Young, Marcia; Naepi, Sereana – Journal of International Students, 2021
It has long been established that education is both a colonial and imperial tool that enables colonizing nations to establish themselves in foreign territories. This paper explores New Zealand's historical and contemporary role in the Pacific and how the country has leveraged higher education to both strengthen and continue its ongoing colonial…
Descriptors: Foreign Policy, International Education, Educational History, Higher Education
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Buckner, Elizabeth; Lumb, Punita; Jafarova, Zahra; Kang, Phoebe; Marroquin, Adriana; Zhang, You – Journal of International Students, 2021
This article examines how a sample of 62 higher education institutions in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom discuss international students in their official institutionalization strategies, focusing on how ideas of race and diversity are addressed. We find that institutional strategies connect international students to an abstract…
Descriptors: International Education, Foreign Students, Race, Student Diversity
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Beck, Kumari – Journal of International Students, 2021
Despite the critiques generated in critical internationalization studies in response to the neoliberal and neocolonial orientation of internationalization of higher education, the direction of internationalization appears to be unchanged. This paper takes up the challenge of imagining internationalization otherwise by drawing from the field of…
Descriptors: Global Approach, Higher Education, Development, Problems
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Ennser-Kananen, Johanna; Halonen, Mia; Saarinen, Taina – Journal of International Students, 2021
In this article, we examine the hierarchization of international students by bringing together perspectives of linguistic legitimacy and language ideologies. Our data stems from 26 accent reduction or accent modification course descriptions and websites from U.S. universities. Based on their analysis, we discuss the sociopolitical implications of…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Pronunciation, Language Skills, Language Proficiency
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Zwick, Hélène Syed – Journal of International Students, 2021
This study uses the capability-opportunity-motivation behavior framework as a theoretical basis and partial least squares structural equation modeling as an empirical research method to identify factors that influence the interest in studying abroad. We rely on primary microdata collected through a self-administered questionnaire among Egyptian…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Interests, Study Abroad, Guidelines
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Ghazzawi, Dina; McKinney, Lyle; Horn, Catherine; Burridge, Andrea Backsheider; Carales, Vincent – Journal of International Students, 2021
International students in the United States have been increasingly attracted to community colleges as a starting point to higher education. Recently, their enrollment has been dropping. Research highlights the importance of student engagement to international students. However, few studies investigate their engagement experiences in community…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Learner Engagement, Student Surveys, Two Year College Students
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