Date of Award

5-10-2019

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

World Languages and Cultures

First Advisor

Dr. Victoria Rodrigo

Second Advisor

Dr. Carmen Hermann

Abstract

This study analyzes study abroad programs and its living arrangements and the benefits it poses on students’ comprehension. It emphasizes the various motivational and linguistic factors involved in the process, as well as the many advantages and disadvantages study abroad programs may present for the student. Ultimately, throughout the research, one can see the benefits study abroad students present as compared to those in an at home foreign-language classroom setting.

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