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This book explores how Chinese students abroad may suffer stress, and how they conceptualize and adapt to stress in the American higher education environment. To do so, it adopts a mixed methods design: the sequential explanatory design, which is characterized by the collection and analysis of quantitative data followed by the collection and analysis of qualitative data. To date, no empirical research has focused solely upon understanding the stress and coping processes of Chinese students in the United States. This book addresses that gap, enriching the body of literature on international students’ adaptation process in foreign countries.
American educational environment American higher education Chinese International Students Chinese Students in the United States Coping Beliefs International students in US Students' Help-Seeking Behaviors educational counselling mainland Chinese students students’ stressors
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2017
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