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Vietnamese Students Abroad: A Research Framework

By Le Nhat Tran

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is threefold. First, a critique of the current literature on the acculturation experience of Vietnamese international students is provided. Second, a review of the distinctive cultural-historical traits of Vietnamese international students is presented, demonstrating their differences relative to other Asian sojourning groups as well as other Vietnamese migrant groups. A third purpose of this paper is to present a Vietnamesespecific psychological acculturation framework that might pave the theoretical foundation for investigations on the acculturation experience of Vietnamese international students. This framework is based upon Berry’s (1997) acculturation framework, and De Jong and Fawcett’s (1981) value-expectancy model

Topics: Psychology
Publisher: ScholarWorks@GVSU
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:scholarworks.gvsu.edu:iaccp_papers-1059
Provided by: Scholarworks@GVSU

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