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Returning Home
Returning home

Even with all the difficult issues sojourners face, and that form the bases of the incidents covered to this point, they generally have fond memories of their cross-cultural experiences. One reason for this is that most successfully overcome these difficulties and thus internalize images of themselves as successful individuals who can face difficult problems. After their successful experiences, they are naturally satisfied with their efforts and consequently give a great deal of attention to their lives in their host countries. By this time, they are probably known as old hands who can assist in the orientation of new people entering similar situations. Their expertise is respected and their hints for successful adjustment are sought by others. But these people often have another ...

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