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TABLE 2. Zaigaishijyo in Michigan: A person-centered and ecocultural approach towards socio-emotional and academic adjustment

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The aim of this conceptual paper is to argue for a person approach for studying academic and social adjustment among children of corporate expatriates. With rapid economic globalization, the number of corporate and academic expatriates is growing world-wide. As a result, the number of children and adolescents who accompany their caretaker’s expatriation are also on the rise. Children of expatriates face unique challenges that include identity formation and building and maintaining social relationships. Many of the past research on this population relied heavily on the recalled narratives of former children of corporate expatriates (Fail, Thompson & Walker, 2004), which makes it difficult to draw inference rather than a past experience of particular individuals.
System approach of human development (Brofenbrenner, 1986) situates developing person in the intersection of connected overlapping social influences. Person approach (Bergman &Magnusson, 1997) considers development as an adaptation where individual physical and intellectual growth interacts with current events. Social worlds such as school, friends & peers, and home independently and interactively influence individual, which require him/her to be functional (therefore requires adaptation). School, and researchers had established the typologies of different levels and types of adjustment problems. Children of corporate expatriates are often regarded and treated in the same way with children of immigrants in the host country. Yet, expected repatriation and their temporary residential status will create different expectations regarding home language maintenance and academic performance in the host and home country.
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Kato, Chiharu. "TABLE 2. Zaigaishijyo in Michigan: A person-centered and ecocultural approach towards socio-emotional and academic adjustment" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Apr 30, 2011 <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p504099_index.html>

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Kato, C. , 2011-04-30 "TABLE 2. Zaigaishijyo in Michigan: A person-centered and ecocultural approach towards socio-emotional and academic adjustment" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p504099_index.html

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Abstract: The aim of this conceptual paper is to argue for a person approach for studying academic and social adjustment among children of corporate expatriates. With rapid economic globalization, the number of corporate and academic expatriates is growing world-wide. As a result, the number of children and adolescents who accompany their caretaker’s expatriation are also on the rise. Children of expatriates face unique challenges that include identity formation and building and maintaining social relationships. Many of the past research on this population relied heavily on the recalled narratives of former children of corporate expatriates (Fail, Thompson & Walker, 2004), which makes it difficult to draw inference rather than a past experience of particular individuals.
System approach of human development (Brofenbrenner, 1986) situates developing person in the intersection of connected overlapping social influences. Person approach (Bergman &Magnusson, 1997) considers development as an adaptation where individual physical and intellectual growth interacts with current events. Social worlds such as school, friends & peers, and home independently and interactively influence individual, which require him/her to be functional (therefore requires adaptation). School, and researchers had established the typologies of different levels and types of adjustment problems. Children of corporate expatriates are often regarded and treated in the same way with children of immigrants in the host country. Yet, expected repatriation and their temporary residential status will create different expectations regarding home language maintenance and academic performance in the host and home country.


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