TCK

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TCKTürk Ceza Kanunu (Turkish Penal Code)
TCKThird Culture Kid
TCKTokyo City Keiba (horse racing; Japan)
TCKTechnology Compatibility Kit
TCKTest Clock
TCKThe Cool Kids
TCKTest Compatibility Kit
TCKTactical Communications Kit (Cisco)
TCKTrinity College Kandy
TCKTechnology Conformance Kit (Java world)
TCKTurkiye Cumhuriyeti Karayollari (Turkish General Directorate of Highways)
TCKTelecommunication Company of Khorasan (Iran)
TCKTop City Krew
TCKTill Chicago's Killed (graffiti art crew)
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Summary: Third culture kids might have an edge when it comes to securing jobs
Are you a third culture kid? What are the main challenges you face?
(2009).The cultural hybridity of Lena: A multi-method case study of a third culture kid. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33, 391-398.
Transculturals are also known as "third culture kids" or "adult third culture kids" (Useem & Downie, 1976, p.
They are referred to at times as "global nomads" (McCaig, 1992), but more commonly as Third Culture Kids (TCKs), a term coined by John and Ruth Hill Useem (1976).
On Saturday, Clark hosted a conference for more than 50 students from Rhode Island and New York, as well as from the university's own community, to discuss what it means to be a third culture kid, some of the struggles they are faced with, and how they contribute to society.
The definition of a third culture kid (TCK) fits my nomadic lifestyle and, for me, has reinforced the notion that we are all products of our experience.
In recent years, the term "Third Culture Kid" has garnered increasingly more attention, as the incidence of children being raised in cultures other than their parents' home culture has become a global trend (Pollock &C Van Reken, 2001).
Finally, using transcultural terminology (e.g., transcultural, global nomad, third culture kid) may be helpful to increase the credibility of the counselor while aiding the client in discovering universality (discovery that she or he is not alone).
In 1999 he coauthored the book The Third Culture Kid: Growing Up Among Worlds.
It reflects my upbringing as a third culture kid. Living in such a globalised society has definitely allowed me to be more adaptable and have more control over my emotions, and accordingly, my voice."
Sri Lankan Fathima Afra Ansar, 17, explored abandonment and the sense of loss in her work and said: "I was heavily influenced by my upbringing as a 'third culture kid'.