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Emmanuelle Sarah Chiocca

Assist. Professor of Applied Linguistics and Int. Education at Duke Kunshan University
DKU Faculty

Selected Publications

Distinguishing Oneself: First-Year International Students’ Pre-College Motivations and Expectations in a Sino-Foreign Joint-Venture University in China

Journal Article Chinese Education and Society · January 1, 2023 China has shown increased engagement in International Higher Education (IHE), an interest motivated by a tremendous demand among both Chinese and international students. Conducted at a full-scale Sino-foreign joint-venture university (JVU) in China, this s ... Full text Cite

Talking with ‘Others’ Experiences and perspective transformation in a short-term study abroad program

Journal Article Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad · April 29, 2021 With the growth of short-term study abroad programs comes the need to develop impactful curricula and to provide supportive environments for deep learning abroad that is more than “upgraded” tourism but rather focused on educational outcomes. This qualitat ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

Hearts and minds: goal-orientation and intercultural communicative competence of ROTC cadets learning critical languages

Journal Article Intercultural Education · January 2, 2020 This qualitative case study investigates the development of intercultural communicative competence (ICC) of US Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets and their goals in learning critical languages. Semi-structured interviews were conducted and data were exa ... Full text Open Access Cite

Language endangerment: Diversity and specificities of native American languages of Oklahoma

Chapter · October 22, 2019 Native American languages have faced more than half a millennium of decline, and efforts at revitalization and revival have drawn the attention of scholars, community leaders, and policymakers from around the country and world. With one of the highest numb ... Full text Cite

ROTC Students as Learners of Arabic: Changing Perceptions of Others and Self

Journal Article Periodical of the Institute of Foreign Languages and Communication of the Budapest Business School · 2017 Link to item Cite

Rethinking orientation: Innovation and collaboration in a language and culture camp at a Sino-US university.

Chapter The past few decades have seen a dramatic increase in the internationalization of higher education institutions, from study abroad programs to increasing internationalization efforts at home (Institute of International Education, 2019; Ogden & Brewer, 2019 ... Cite