English as "Lingua Franca" and the Internationalization of Academe
Keywords:Academic Profession, Cross-Border Education, Globalization and Internationalization, International Organizations, Language Issues,
AbstractEnglish has become the major language of scientific communication, and to a lesser extent, teaching worldwide. Using data from a international study of the academic profession, this article discusses some of the themes, positive and negative, of the role of "global English.
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