What is it about?
Conceptualizing EMI-cum-acceleration policy in a transnational HE market as the regulation and institutionalization of language practices through a chronometrical approach to time for the sake of global economic competition and social mobility, this qualitative case study explores the experiences and enactments of such a policy by six engineering students at Manar University (a pseudonym) in Saudi Arabia.
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Why is it important?
Exploring the ways in which EMI policies in HE are “colonized by the logic of the market could enhance our understanding of students’ language learning realities and pedagogical needs
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This page is a summary of: EMI-cum-acceleration policy in the contemporary transnational HE market, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, July 2021, John Benjamins, DOI: 10.1075/aral.20092.bar.
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