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  • 03 Sep 2013 1:01 PM | Deleted user

    Zilber, E. (2004). Mobility in Metaphor: Colourful Descriptions of Third Culture Kids, International Schools Journal, Volume 23, #2, p. 17-21

    Click here to download the article.

  • 14 Jun 2013 1:57 PM | Deleted user

    Where are you from? A simple question, but for some a complicated answer, and a source of anxiety. Third Culture Kids are defined as people who spend a significant part of their developmental years outside the parents’ culture. Rarely citizens of the countries they live in, they often struggle with issues of identity and belonging.  So what defines “home” for these cultural chameleons?

    This episode of The Stream features:

    Rebecca Grappo @RebeccaGrappo
    Founder, RNG International Educational Consultants
    rebeccagrappo.com

    Stephanie Yiu @crushgear
    Founder, Denizen Magazine
    denizenmag.com

    Sezin Koehler @SezinKoehler
    Writer
    sezin.org

    Maeva Peek and Keertan Menon also join us via Google+ hangout

  • 28 Feb 2013 10:33 AM | Deleted user

    Crossing borders and boundaries, countries and cultures, they are the children of the military, diplomatic corps, international business, education and missions communities.

    Click here to learn more about this book.

  • 11 Feb 2013 9:24 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe offers sound advice to parents, especially those of teenagers, to teach their children life skills they may not learn while living abroad because of household help or 'helicopter parenting'.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 9:21 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe discusses 'pre-traumatic stress syndrome' and the importance of expat parents speaking in calm voices. She advocates adopting an enthusiastic tone when explaining relocation, as children take their cues from their parents

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  • 11 Feb 2013 9:20 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe points out that children are most resilient when parents make themselves more available—not less—after a relocation. She stresses that children are silent partners in relocation and rarely given any choice about an international move.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 9:19 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe highlights the profile—and challenges—of children who spend a significant part of their developmental years in a country outside of their passport culture.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 9:18 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe draws attention to the fact that because children raised overseas are diplomats in a modern day world wracked by cross-cultural tensions and intolerance, raising these future global citizens is very important work.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 9:17 AM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe delves into parent's behavior and how it can impact on children relocated internationally. She also identifies shifting family dynamics brought about by a 24/7 working world and how culture shock has been impacted in the digital age.

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  • 11 Feb 2013 9:16 AM | Anonymous
    This is the eleventh piece in an 18-part on-line global lecture series by author Robin Pascoe. In this segment, Pascoe discusses why the simple question of 'where is home?' confuses a child raised in multiple countries.

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