This benefit holds even in workplace contexts, where being helpful toward others might face constraints but is nevertheless of great importance.
The data demonstrated the general MWU international student population report an overall positive experience in relation to the key dimensions that influence acculturative success, but students from predominately-Muslim countries feel higher degrees of psychological stress and overall dissatisfaction, particularly in relation to feeling a sense of exclusion and a lack of effective institutional support.
The study employed the Clark and Estes (2008) gap analysis framework to assess the knowledge, motivational, and organizational factors at MWU that mediate successful international student acculturation and long-term adaptation.
The research methodology adopted the explanatory sequential mixed-methods approach deploying a campus-wide survey to the undergraduate international student population followed by semi-structured individual interviews that explored key themes.
This rings most especially true for the Millennials who have a very negative perception on, what seems to them, the stubbornness of the Baby Boomers when it comes to accepting their suggestions that deal with utilizing new strategies & techniques and digital innovations.
Using the literature that have been compiled and analyzed by the researcher, as well as the data gathered from the interviews with the study’s participants, this study has given recommendations to how remedy these conflicts and how other organizations with the mentioned generational cohorts can avoid encountering the same intergenerational problems.