Journal or Book Title
Journal of International Students
Literature suggests that international students from Asian countries might differ in the way they can be supported in their efforts towards completing their degree. Using the 2004/09 Beginning Postsecondary Students Longitudinal Study, the authors investigate how social and academic integration relate to the college persistence of Asian and non-Asian international undergraduate students at U.S. postsecondary institutions. Four logistic regression models revealed that Asian and non-Asian students differed in the way academic and social integration were related to persistence, depending on their year of undergraduate study. These findings signal the importance of year of study and cultural background in thinking about how to support student degree completion.
Kommers, Suzan and Pham, Duy, "How Tinto's Theory Differs for Asian and Non-Asian International Students: A Quantitative Study" (2016). Journal of International Students. 1.
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