A TCK (Third Culture Kid) is an individual who, having spent a significant part of the developmental years in a culture other than the parents’ cultures, does not have full ownership of any culture. Elements from each culture are incorporated into the life experience, but the sense of belonging is in relationship to others of similar experience.
– David C. Pollock
Start your journey into Third Culture Kids (TCKs) here through this overview of the origins of TCK, its definition, and different types of TCKs.
Read about 6 Flawed TCK Diagrams here
An in-depth look at the classic RVR Third Culture Model here
The Adaptable TCK Model: a new way to express your TCK journey. Read it here.
To read about Cross-Cultural Kids (CCKs), read this article by Ruth Van Reken.