112 страниц. 2010 год. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Re-entry, the experience of returning to one''s home country after a sojourn, involves a psychological and social readjustment that may include re-entry distress. Since most literature focuses on single re-entry experiences, little is known of the salient re-entry issues for sojourners who have re-entered more than once during their twenties. This interpretive phenomenological study looks at the latest re-entry experience of those who repeatedly sojourned and re-entered during emerging adulthood developmental stage. The findings add depth to the re-entry literature by offering firsthand accounts of those who experiences latest re-entry during emerging adulthood and they inform clinical practice and program development.