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An Exploratory Study of Perceived Discrimination and Homesickness: A Comparison of International Students and American Students
The authors examined group differences in perceived discrimination and homesickness in a sample of 439 college students (198 international and 241 U.S. students) from 2 campuses of the sameExpand
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Barriers to Adjustment: Needs of International Students within a Semi-Urban Campus Community.
Following an ecological framework, the primary purpose of this study was to examine the adjustment needs of international students within their academic and social communities. Focus group interviewsExpand
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Social support and demographic correlates of acculturative stress in international students
A sample of 141 international students from different U.S. colleges completed surveys related to social support, demographic variables, and acculturative stress. Findings indicated that socialExpand
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Predictors of Depression and Anxiety Among International Students
One of the most important goals of U.S. higher education is to encourage the enrollment of international students for academic, economic, and cultural purposes. The successful recruitment of theseExpand
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Marital Status, Ethnicity, Academic Achievement, and Adjustment Strains: The Case of Graduate International Students.
This study sought to empirically assess the relation of marital status, ethnicity and academic achievement in relation to the adjustment strains experienced by international graduate students. OneExpand
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ADJUSTMENT ISSUES OF TURKISH COLLEGE STUDENTS STUDYING IN THE UNITED STATES
This study examined the adjustment issues of Turkish college students in the U.S. The Instrument of Student Adjustment Strain (ISAS) was used in the study. The participants were 79 college TurkishExpand
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Perceived discrimination, social connectedness, and other predictors of adjustment difficulties among Turkish international students.
This study examined the role of perceived discrimination, social connectedness, age, gender, years of study in the US, English language competency, and social contact patterns on adjustmentExpand
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International students race-ethnicity, personality and acculturative stress
The present study is an investigation of how personality, gender, age, and race-ethnicity factors are related to the acculturative stress of international students. The participants were 613Expand
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