In an era of increasing globalization, Millennials are venturing abroad in record numbers. This paper is the result of a focus group conducted with students in Syracuse University’s Public Diplomacy Program. It explores the impact of international experience on students’ worldview and conceptualizations of citizenship. The end of the paper presents a model of citizenship as a learning process. It delves into notions of personal responsibility mobilized by new life experiences, growing awareness of self, others, critical reflection, and evolving identity. It provides some insight into the way graduate students of public diplomacy conceive of themselves and their role in the world.
"Modeling Global Citizenship as a Learning Process,"
Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy:
1, Article 10.
Available at: http://surface.syr.edu/exchange/vol4/iss1/10