Gomes, Catherine

International Student Connectedness and Identity

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Table of contents

1. Student Mobility, Connectedness and Identity
Ly Thi Tran, Catherine Gomes

Part I. International Student Connectedness/Disconnectedness in the Host Country

2. International Students and Post-study Employment: The Impact of University and Host Community Engagement on the Employment Outcomes of International Students in Australia
Cate Gribble, Mark Rahimi, Jill Blackmore

3. International Student Connectedness with Local Teachers and Peers: Insights from Teachers
Ly Thi Tran, Lien Pham

4. Exploring the Lifeworld of International Doctoral Students: The Place of Religion and Religious Organisations
Jacqueline Stevenson

5. From ‘Somebody’ to ‘Nobody’: International Doctoral Students’ Perspectives of Home–Host Connectedness
Xuan Thu Dang, Ly Thi Tran

6. Disconnections with the Host Nation and the Significance of International Student Communities: A Case Study of Asian International Students in Australia and Singapore
Catherine Gomes

Part II. International Student and Returnee Connectedness/Disconnectedness with the Home Country

7. ‘So That She Feels a Part of My Life’: How International Students Connect to Home Through Digital Media Technologies
Joshua W. E. Wong

8. Visualising Returnee Re-engagement with Local Workplaces and Community: A Case Study of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Anh Pham

9. ‘Home Is Where the Heart Is’: The Experiences of Expatriate PhD Students and Returnees
Ana Delicado

Part III. Connectedness/Disconnectedness and Identity Development

10. Where Are We, When Are We, and Who Are We to Each Other? Connectedness and the Evolving Meanings of International Education
Karen E. Rosenblum, David W. Haines, Hyunyoung Cho

11. International Students’ Disconnecting from and Reconnecting
with Diverse Communities: Fluidity of the Self in Sojourns Abroad
Regis Machart


: Transformations for the Sojourning Student
David Killick

Part IV. Student-Turned Migrants and Connectedness/Disconnectedness

13. Flexible Citizens or Disconnected Transmigrants? Chinese Student-Turned-Migrants in Singapore
and Their Discourse on Mobility
, Flexibility, and Identity

Peidong Yang

14. Transnational Student-Migrants
and the Negotiation of Connectedness and Self-Identity
in Australia
: The Pains and Gains
Hannah Soong

15. Transnational Belonging

and Relational Practices: Nepali Student Migration to Denmark
Karen Valentin

Part V. Conclusion

16. International Student

(Dis)Connectedness and Identities

: Why These Matter and the Way Forward
Catherine Gomes, Ly Thi Tran

Keywords: Education, International and Comparative Education, Sociology of Education, Educational Psychology

Publication year
Cultural Studies and Transdisciplinarity in Education
Page amount
21 pages
Upbringing, Education
Printed ISBN

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