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The purposes of this study were to identify and describe the factors that influenced the choices made by mainland Chinese students and scholars to come to the United States, to identify and describe the factors that influenced their settlement in the United States, and to identify and describe the role that higher education played in this process. An explanatory multiple case study design was used as the basic strategy for the study. In-depth, open-ended interviews were conducted to describe, from the participants perspective, the factors that influenced their successful immigration to the United States. The participants were a convenience sample of 10 Chinese immigrants from mainland China selected from several Chinese professional and social organizations in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area. The participants were of different genders, professions, and ages.
Higher Education, Chinese Immigration, Chinese Students and Scholars
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Pang, B., & Appleton, N. (2004). Higher Education as an Immigration Path for Chinese Students and Scholars. The Qualitative Report, 9(3), 500-527. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2004.1921
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