As globalisation deepens, student mobility and migration has not only impacted economy and institutions, it has also infused human desires, imaginaries, experiences and subjectivities. In Transnational Students and Mobility, Hannah Soong portrays the vexed nexus of education and migration as a site of multiple tensions and existence and examines how the notion of imagined mobility through education-migration nexus transforms the social value of international education and transnational mobility.In reality, as discussed in Chapter 6, both Chong and Mei made plans to bring their parents to Australia when they should ... plan [pause] . . . even if I do not gain PR (permanent residency), I do not lose my permanent job as a tour guide.
|Title||:||Transnational Students and Mobility|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-08-19|