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Third Culture Kids: The Experience of Growing Up Among Worlds (英语) 平装 – 2001年3月22日

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  • 出版社: Nicholas Brealey Publishing US; 2nd Revised edition (2001年3月22日)
  • 平装: 351页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 1857882954
  • 条形码: 9781857882957
  • 商品尺寸: 15.4 x 2 x 23.2 cm
  • 商品重量: 526 g
  • ASIN: 1857882954
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David C. Pollock worked with TCKs and adult TCKs for more than twenty years and logged thousands of miles conducting seminars and conferences for TCKs, their parents, and sponsoring organizations.

Ruth E. Van Reken, herself an adult TCK and a parent and grandparent of TCKs, is author of one of the first books written about the TCK experience, Letters Never Sent.

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平均4.0 星 Pollock has nailed it. 2014年6月8日
评论者 Nancy Gaston - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Having reared three "third culture kids" and having taught at an international school, I found myself nodding in agreement with much of what Pollock has to say. I could see both my grown children and my former students in his examples and anecdotes. The writing is pedestrian and sometimes pedantic, but anyone who has grown up "in but not of" other cultures are likely to feel someone finally understands them--and understands the phenomenon of feeling more connected to other "third culture kids," even if they haven't even lived in the same countries, than to the folks at "home." Good reading for people who've been there, and for parents thinking of moving overseas with kids in their formative years.
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平均5.0 星 Citizens of Tomorrow 2007年1月3日
评论者 P. McGraw - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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The world is changing, and we are changing with it. We have many people now born with more than one culture, born of immigrant parents, born in foreign countries, living and working in foreign countries, refugees, etc. This book addresses the feelings and alienation when one does not belong totally to one culture, but learns to function in two or more cultures.

The focus is on children of diplomats, missionaries, oil workers and military children, but the book has application for anyone who has spent enough time in another country to adapt some foreign ways. It isn't just children, it is the broadening experience of having your cultural identity challenged, recognizing new ways of dealing with problems, coming to the understanding that none of us has it entirely right, and that we can all learn from one another.

I have bought this book multiple times. I keep giving it away to people who love it. There is a whole world out there of young people growing up with a larger view, due to their more international upbringing. Much of their life, they feel alien. They learn different coping mechanisms - and they become very good at recognizing one another.
平均5.0 星 Ex-pat Mom Highly Recommends This Book 2014年11月22日
评论者 Terry Kole DeYonker - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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If you are from one country and raise your children in another, and add to that - throw them into an international school setting - you've got to read this book. I've found it so valuable to read as our family moved back to America after living 15 years in other countries. I also recommend that the kids who've lived this life style read it - I'd say 12 years and up. It can help them accept themselves as "normal" when they find themselves not quite fitting back into their own culture.
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平均5.0 星 Wow! I am not alone!! 2006年8月30日
评论者 Heather Brooks - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I am the quintessential third-culture kid. I was on a plane taking me to Singapore before I could walk. This began my life traveling from country to country following my father's career in an oil service company. Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Netherlands, and all points in between. This was my life until in was time for university, and I moved back to the States. When I read this book, I feel like I am reading the diary of my life. For the longest time I often wondered what was "wrong" with me. Why could I not fit in, why did I not feel at home?

After reading this book, I realize there is nothing wrong with me. The first time I read this book, I laughed and cried. It brought up so many emotions within me. I finally realized I was not alone in what I was feeling. If you are a fellow TCK, or a parent of a TCK you absolutely must read this book!!!