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WHY STUDY NATIONAL STATUS?
THE FOREIGN STUDENT AT U CI A
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05 level 12 3k Total 3k Total Europeans academic difficulty academic satisfaction accorded national status Ameri attitude background variables cent characteristics close friends contact High Low contact with Americans cross-cultural education dents depth of contact Dislike Europeans and non-Europeans Europeans Non-Europeans Especially Fairly dissatisfied Favorableness High Low feel figures immedi foreign students foreign travel foreign-student gain and loss high involvement home country HOME COUNTRY'S POSITION India intervening variable Interview Guide inverse relation italicized total ITEM 12 Japan justment L. L. Thurstone language difficulty Mexico middle position national status gain national status variables Non-Europeans Especially important non-Europeans significant objective perceived accorded national PERCEPTION OF HOME PERCEPTION OF U.S. political standards positively related questions range of contact Rank related to favorableness Satisfaction High Low score significantly related social subjective national status subjective status tion tional status Total Europeans Non-Europeans U.S. POSITION United volume of contact