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|Transcript Assignment||Microsoft Word 2007|
|Podcast Transcript||Microsoft Word 2007|
|One Page Essay||Microsoft Word 2007|
|Podcast Headnotes||Microsoft Word 2007|
|Title:||Crossing the Invisible Line: An International Student's Experience Trying to Engage at the American University|
|Author(s):||Conner, Jenessa; Lee, Sungmin; Nava, Maria; Sohn, Agnes|
Korean international students
|Abstract:||Our podcast was developed from a life history interview we conducted with a Korean international student at the U of I. In our podcast, we focused on the parts of the interview where our interviewee talked about her experiences of racism or isolation from domestic students, and her struggles to make American friends. We contrasted her experience with her brother's, which was much more positive.|
|Course / Semester:||EALC 398; Fall 2012
Instructor, Nancy Abelmann
|Peer Reviewed:||not peer reviewed|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2013-04-04|
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