The expatriate and transnational distance student phenomenon: A multicase study of western distance students in the Republic of Korea
A lack of differentiation among student conceptualizations and the use of homogenous labels has made descriptions of distance students in the literature difficult to parse. While students in an online class may share the same nationality or citizenship, they may not share the same nation of residence or status of sojourn. Similarly,
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