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Transforming Study Abroad. A Handbook

Neriko Musha Doerr

New York and Oxford, Berghahn, 2019

Reviewed by Federico Damonte


Scholarly literature on study abroad is by now so vast that even a list of the handbooks and monographs trying to survey the whole field would be remarkably long. Beyond these general works, a large literature of more specialized studies now covers most aspects of the study abroad enterprise and experience within different academic disciplines (history, sociology, anthropology, psychology, etc.) and from different points of view (the economics of education, the psychology of personal development, intercultural communication and so on)…

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