Crossing borders and boundaries, countries and cultures, they are the children of the military, diplomatic corps, international business, education and missions communities. They are called Third Culture Kids or Global Nomads, and the many benefits of their lifestyle a expanded worldview, multiplicity of languages, tolerance for difference a are often mitigated by recurring losses a of relationships, of stability, of permanent roots. They are part of an accelerating demographic that is only recently coming into visibility. In this groundbreaking collection, writers from around the world address issues of language acquisition and identity formation, childhood mobility and adaptation, memory and grief, and the artistas struggle to articulate the experience of growing up global. And, woven like a thread through the entire collection, runs the individualas search for belonging and a place called ahome.a This book provides a major leap in understanding what itas like to grow up among worlds. It is invaluable reading for the new global age.International Childhoods, Global Nomads and Third Culture Kids Gene H. Bell- Villada, Nina Sichel with Faith Eidse, Elaine Neil Orr ... aThis is my country, so the bules2 shouldna#39;t mess in our country, a said Dae Sik, an international school student, while perched ... to a classmate; Indian teenagers speaking English with an American accent, then 1Some portions contained in this essay first appeared in ananbsp;...
|Title||:||Writing Out of Limbo|
|Author||:||Gene H. Bell-Villada, Nina Sichel with Faith Eidse, Elaine Neil Orr|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2011-09-22|