Lost in Translation

Z.W. Taylor
As our world becomes increasingly globalized in social, economic, and political contexts, U.S. students choose to study abroad to develop their international communication skills, cross-cultural competencies, and second or third languages (NAFSA, 2017). However, an under-researched element of the international education enrollment process is how readable and translated international admissions instructions are, especially for language-minority students whose first language is not English, comprising over 92 million people living in the U.S. (Dillinger, 2017). Examining the...
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