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The Internet is…: Globalizing Adolescence & Adolescent Globalization

This essay shamelessly attempts one of the most common fads of our time: that is, taking the Internet and stuffing it into one singular box with one singular framework and thus one singular effect.  Most probably, that one singular “The … Continue reading

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The “Globalization” of the Study Abroad Experience

Georgetown is a school that rightly prides itself on its study abroad statistics.  While nationally a measly 1% of American students participate in international education programs, Georgetown undergraduate students embark on summer, semester, or academic year programs at an astounding … Continue reading

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The Creativity Conundrum

What Antonio says (transcript from the animation): Let’s talk a little about creativity. The kind of creativity that is written about all over the internet, best-selling books and business magazines. One need not look too deeply into the typical article … Continue reading

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Exploring Intercultural Identity: Four Voices

The term ‘identity’ finds itself in a perpetual dialectic: it is caught up in a tug of war of appropriation between the collective and the individual. Our understanding of the self, too, is mediated by these often competing demands and … Continue reading

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