Persistence Stories and Survival Strategies of Cambodian Americans in College
Abstract Contrary to traditional models of student persistence, Cambodian refugee students' survival strategies reflect and enhance the significance of reference points external to the academic and social domains of the university. Authorizing Cambodian student voices reveals the strengths and needs of their multidimensional backgrounds—particularly in relation to the curriculum and dynamics of teaching and learning in the classroom. (Cambodian Students, Southeast Asian Students, College Student Persistence, Student Voices)
Published online: 04 August 2015
Bagasao, P. Y.
Caplan, N., Whitmore, J. K., & Choy, M. H.
Chung, C. H.
Crockett, D. S.
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