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A case study on the international students' social adaptability in Taiwan: A qualitative study
International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology
Nowadays, the social network of human beings has been an important issue across different disciplines. However, human beings' social adaptabilities can directly influence how they can establish their social networks. Within the academe, students who go abroad (more commonly known as international students) has the opportunity to learn all kinds of knowledge within various cultures and educational training approaches. Within such concepts of study abroad, socio-cultural issues are deemeddoi:10.5861/ijrsp.2012.161 fatcat:uh4bhzbhtndonpfuglb5m2jro4