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Published in Saloshna Vandeyar (Ed.), Hyphenated Selves: Immigrant Identities within Education Contexts (Amsterdam & Pretoria: Rozenburg Publishers & UNISA Press, 2011), pp. 205-213.
This chapter concludes the edited volume Hyphenated Identities and affords a chance to juxtapose how transnational students negotiate school and identity with how school systems in turn view such students, and then it allows the examination of two different strategies -- situational ethnicity versus the assertion of hyphenated identity -- as a glimpse into the cosmology of transnationally mobile students as they come into adulthood.
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