Coping With Anti-Americanism: A Guide to Getting the Most Out of Studying Abroad

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2011-05-10
  • Publisher: Univ of Nebraska Pr
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Today, more students choose to study overseas, and most colleges and universities offer extensive study abroad programs worldwide. High school students pursue year abroad programs as well, and private programs have flourished for nontraditional learners. Studying and living abroad can be some of the most formative experiences in a person's life. Many students relish the opportunity to become 'ústudent ambassadors'Ě for the United States and their communities and anticipate engaging with the people at their chosen destination. In many cases, however, they quickly encounter obstacles. Carol Graham shows students how to break out of their comfort zone, to thrive in another society, and handle anti-Americanism. With confidence and training, U.S. diplomats know handling (even unfair) criticism is a useful tool in understanding a society. Study abroad students are now invited to see how this happens. This guide demystifies anti-Americanism for students, advisers, and parents, and shows how students can get the most out of their study abroad experiences.

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