The Possibility of Meeting University Studies by Migrants
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Addressing the role of online socialization platforms in the mobility period knows in the literature a duality of experts' opinions. That is why the present work focuses on the advantages of socializing in the virtual environment, in the sense that these interactions facilitate the integration in the new academic environment and overcome the cultural shock, against the voices who believe that the use of these instruments favors the phenomena of loneliness, social anxiety, etc.
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