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Journal of Education and Research
This article discusses migrants' stories of everyday life. The migrants inscribe their different stories in the new contexts and social systems. After mirroring migrants' first-hand stories, those stories are retold by migrants themselves and also by readers or audiences. The retelling of those stories reveals the reflections of individuals, groups, or on any social events or ceremonies. Against this background, this article aims at explicating how migrants coin their stories in the socialdoi:10.3126/jer.v8i1.25479 fatcat:sfk5xqrewfap3ar6edq3ha4vhu