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Accepted Peer-Reviewed Articles  ** appearing in the 2016 editions

  1. Experience of education in the international classroom-A systematic qualitative literature review study. By Jalal Safipour, Linnaeus University, Sweden; Stig Wenneberg, Linnaeus University, Sweden; Emina Hadziabdic, Linnaeus University, Sweden #415
  2. An Integrated Loop Model of Corrective Feedback and Oral English Learning: A Case of International Students in the United States. By Eun Jeong (Esther) Lee, Claflin University, South Carolina (USA) #369
  3. Strategies to Address English-language Writing Challenges Faced by International Graduate Students in the US. By Swathi Ravichandran, Kent State University, USA; Mark Kretovics, Kent State University, USA; Kara Kirby, Global Ambassadors Language Academy, USA; Ankita Ghosh, Kent State University, USA
  4. Three Levels of Push-Pull Dynamics among Chinese International Students’ Decision to Study Abroad in the Canadian Context. Jun Mian Chen, Brock University, Canada
  5. Helping the Transition: Mentorship to Support International Students in Canada. By Clint Thomson and Victoria M. Esses, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
  6. Factors Affecting the Academic and Cultural Adjustment of International Students in Australian Universities: A Case Study of Saudi Students. Nisreen Alsahafi, University of New South Wales, Australia; Seong-Chul Shin, University of New South Wales, Australia #293
  7. International Graduate Students: Social Networks and Language Use. By Daniel Moglen (PhD Candidate in Linguistics), UC Davis (USA), # 279
  8. Are International Students Quiet in Class? The Influence of Teacher Confirmation on Classroom Apprehension and Willingness to Talk in Class with Classroom Connectedness and Self-Perceived Language Competence as Mediators. By Chia-Fang (Sandy) Hsu, Ph.D, University of Wyoming (USA) #281
  9. Challenges of International Students in a Japanese University: Ethnographic Perspectives for the First Semester. By Ju Seong (John) Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA) # 296
  10. Collectivists’ decision-making: Saudi Arabian graduate students’ study abroad choices. By Tamara Yakaboski, Ph.D., University of Northern Colorado (USA) #305
  11. Acculturative Stress and Adjustment Experiences of Greek International Students. Mixalis Poulakis, Psy.D; Craig A. Dike, Psy.D; Amber C. Massa, B.A.; University of Indianapolis, United States # 328
  12. Do Chinese International Students’ Personalities Change during Cross-National Transitions? Kenneth T. Wang, Fuller Theological Seminary; Lu Tian, University of Northern Colorado; Mayo Fujiki, Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn Special Education Cooperative; Jennifer J. Bordon, University of Albany #329
  13. BRAZILIAN AND NIGERIAN INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ CONCEPTIONS OF LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION. Carol Ashong Ph. D., Georgia State University, USA; Nannette Commander Ph.D.; Georgia State University, USA #331
  14. College Experiences and Outcomes Among International Undergraduate Students at Research Universities in the United States: A Comparison to Their Domestic Peers. Young K. Kim, Azusa Pacific University, U.S.A.; Christopher S. Collins, Azusa Pacific University, U.S.A.; Liz A. Rennick, Azusa Pacific University, U.S.A.; David Edens, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, U.S.A. #337
  15. Post-Graduation Plans of International Science and Engineering Doctoral Students Attending U.S. Universities. Dorothy N. Ugwu, PhD; Tarrant County Community College District, (USA); Maria Adamuti-Trache, PhD; University of Texas Arlington (USA) #361
  16. The Role Of Attachment, Travel Experiences And English Proficiency In International Students’ Acculturative Stress And Depressive Symptoms. Iskra Smiljanic, Ph.D.; Department of Psychology, Kings County Hospital Center (USA) #364
  17. International Students’ Views on Local Culture: Turkish Experience. By Yakup Çetina, Fatih University, Turkey; Mustafa Baharb, International Burch University, Bosnia Herzegovina; Carol Griffithsa, Fatih University, Turkey # 376
  18. Chinese Students’ Motivations for Studying In the U.S. By Chiang-nan Chao, PhD;  Niall Hegarty, PhD; John Angelidis, PhD; Victor F. Lu, PhD, St. John’s University (USA)
  19. Qualitative study on Chinese students’ perception of US university life. Xiaokang Tang, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA; Daniel A. Collier, PhD
    University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA; Allison Witt, PhD
    University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA #424
  20. Away from Home: A qualitative exploration of health experiences of Nigerian students in UK University . Folashade T. Alloh, Bournemouth University (UK); Desiree Tait, Bournemouth University (UK); Clare Taylor, Bournemouth University (UK) #413
  21. Domestic and International College Students: Health Insurance Information Seeking and Use #411
  22. Why Do International Students Avoid Communicating with Americans? #401
  23. Internationalizing Campus Partners #420
  24. Psychological Adaptation, Marital Satisfaction, and Academic Self-Efficacy of Married International Students,Gökçe Bulgan, MEF University, Turkey; Ayşe Çiftçi, Purdue University, USA  #395
  25. Cooperative Activity as Mediation in the Social Adjustment of Chinese International Students. By Junqian Ma, Monash University, Australia  #418
  26. “Home away from home”? How international students handle difficult and negative experiences in American Higher Education #427
  27. The Lived Experiences of International Students Who’s Family Remains At Home. By Theresa Harvey, Queensland University of Technology (Aust);Carolyn Robinson, Queensland University of Technology (Aust); Anthony Welch, Central Queensland University (Aust) #402
  28. Okinawan Consciousness and Identity Salience and Development among Okinawan University Students Studying in Hawai‘i. By Kazufumi Taira, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, USA; Lois A Yamauchi, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, USA #466
  29. Exploring and Leveraging Chinese International Students’ Strengths for Success. By Ye He, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Bryant Hutson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA #457
  30. Scholastics, Pabulum, Clans, Transformation: A Journey into Otherness. By David Lausch, Eric Teman, Cody Perry, University of Wyoming, USA # 458
  31. Confucianism and accents: Understanding the plight of the Asian international student in the U.S. By Jennifer T. Young, California State University, Long Beach, USA #378

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