English | 2022 | ISBN: 0367714442 | 237 pages | True PDF | 15.56 MB
This book presents a state-of-the-art of EMI research in European higher education over the last twenty years, offering a comprehensive comparative analysis toward identifying gaps in our understanding of relevant theories, research, and practice.
Molino, Dimova, Kling, and Larsen argue for the need to take stock of the progression of EMI research in European HE in order to consolidate scholarship and better inform EMI implementation in new contexts. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of EMI implementation, including policies, attitudes, language use, assessment, training, learning outcomes, identity, and intercultural communication across five different countries: Denmark, Croatia, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain. The book brings together the authors' collective work on an annotated database of over 200 resources, featuring a range of publications of varying format, type, and language, as well as information on relevant research questions, methodologies, and findings. This detailed approach allows in-depth discussions on the most widely researched areas in EMI as well as those under-explored toward outlining a way forward for future research in both the European higher education context and on a global scale.
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