- Ethnography of language planning and policy
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T1 - EMI and the international branch campus: Examining language ideologies, policies, and practices
T2 - Australian Review of Applied Linguistics
AU - Hillman, S.
AU - Graham, K.M.
AU - Eslami, Z.R.
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PY - 2021
Y1 - 2021
N2 - Transnational higher education (TNHE), often based on export models of Western-based universities and driven by neoliberal market economy agendas, has spread across the globe. One example of TNHE is Qatar's Education City where six prestigious American international branch campuses (IBCs) all administer their degrees through English medium instruction (EMI). While there is a burgeoning amount of research investigating and problematizing issues in EMI higher education institutions, IBCs are a unique EMI setting due to their heavy reliance on importing faculty, staff, curricula and practices from their home campuses. Thus, this study takes an ethnographic case study approach to examine the language planning and policy and linguistic landscape at one IBC in Qatar. Drawing on multiple sources of data, the study reveals both the overt and covert language policies and ideologies of the institution and its various stakeholders, and the extent to which languages other than English are used and accepted. © 2021 John Benjamins Publishing Company.
AB - Transnational higher education (TNHE), often based on export models of Western-based universities and driven by neoliberal market economy agendas, has spread across the globe. One example of TNHE is Qatar's Education City where six prestigious American international branch campuses (IBCs) all administer their degrees through English medium instruction (EMI). While there is a burgeoning amount of research investigating and problematizing issues in EMI higher education institutions, IBCs are a unique EMI setting due to their heavy reliance on importing faculty, staff, curricula and practices from their home campuses. Thus, this study takes an ethnographic case study approach to examine the language planning and policy and linguistic landscape at one IBC in Qatar. Drawing on multiple sources of data, the study reveals both the overt and covert language policies and ideologies of the institution and its various stakeholders, and the extent to which languages other than English are used and accepted. © 2021 John Benjamins Publishing Company.
KW - EMI
KW - Ethnography of language planning and policy
KW - Qatar
KW - Translanguaging
KW - Transnational higher education
U2 - 10.1075/aral.20093.hil
DO - 10.1075/aral.20093.hil
M3 - Article
VL - 44
SP - 229
EP - 252
JO - Aust. Rev. Appl. Linguist.
JF - Aust. Rev. Appl. Linguist.
SN - 0155-0640
IS - 2