Abstract

The overseas experiences of thirteen women educators in adult and higher education were characterized by four chronological stages: departure, first three months, after three months, and re-entry. Four stages of relationships emerged to coincide with the chronological contexts. The line between personal and professional relationships was often blurred.

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Cultural Mentors: Exploring the Role of Relationships in the Adaptation and Transformation of Women Educators Who Go Overseas to Work

The overseas experiences of thirteen women educators in adult and higher education were characterized by four chronological stages: departure, first three months, after three months, and re-entry. Four stages of relationships emerged to coincide with the chronological contexts. The line between personal and professional relationships was often blurred.