The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"... - Stage 4 – Entering - Things are no longer chaotic but you are still feeling marginal and uncertain during entering. You are looking for mentors and friends in this stage to help fulfill your desire to settle in and connect with others. - Stage 5 – Re-involvement - ..."

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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water
"...This is the crisis stage of transition shock. It is indicated by the curve, mentioned earlier, a dip down from the normal level of feeling. You are still feeling overwhelmed with all the changes. You also feel marginalized, at the edges of society, like a minority. That’s because you are. Your overseas life has changed you, and people don’t understand what kind of influence an international upbringing has had on you, so you appear a little ‘weird.’ You are the “hidden immigrants” we will talk about in ..."
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"... through the dip and wanted to flee – “yelling, screaming, wanting out.” ▪ He expressed marginalization – “They look different…They feel different,” “the outsiders feel lonely, homesick.” ▪ He wrote about profound unhappiness, depression and isolation. - Freeze ..."
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"... – perhaps the school, the people, the classes or the experiences have not met up to their expectations. ▪ Low self-esteem – arises from feeling marginalized. Eventually, and this can be weeks or months depending on the individual student, negativities begin to melt away and ..."

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"... in this new place. You’ve been busy taking in all that is new and different, learning the social and cultural rules of the new community. Things are no longer overwhelming and chaotic, but you may still be feeling a bit marginal, vulnerable and uncertain. Don’t be surprised when, ..."
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"... ways. Coming away from that, I realized that it was time for me to let go, albeit not completely, and embrace my new life.” - marginal, Introducing, Vulnerable - - Marginal - Just like our semester abroad student mentions in her journal entry, self-doubt can set in when you feel you ..."
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"... realized that it was time for me to let go, albeit not completely, and embrace my new life.” - Marginal, Introducing, Vulnerable - - marginal - Just like our semester abroad student mentions in her journal entry, self-doubt can set in when you feel you are not relating well to ..."
"...Just like our semester abroad student mentions in her journal entry, self-doubt can set in when you feel you are not relating well to others. You can become self-conscious about everything. You feel marginalized, like you are on the outside looking in, and are not quite fully a part of this place even though the desire to belong is there. ..."
"...Look out for needy people who want to latch themselves onto you. They are most likely needy for a reason. They may be marginalized in some way. You do not want to grab onto the first person who approaches you and acts like your new best friend. This person may be looking for company out there in the fringes of society and you will be in the same category by association. ..."

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"... chapter), is composed of five sections describing various reacculturation issues: ▪General TCP Reacculturation Process Issues ▪TCP marginalization Issues ▪TCP Support and Belonging Issues ▪TCP Cultural Heritage Issues ▪TCP Re-entry Preparation Issues Each section lists two to ..."

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