This is a timely book on one of the most widely debated issues in
applied linguistics: what is the social and cultural significance
of English as a lingua franca for the internationally mobile
students of the 21st century in Central Europe? Through an in-depth
analysis of social practices, the book develops an exciting,
innovative multilingual approach to out-of-class language use and
language learning that engages students in the co-construction of
identities. Apart from scholars, the book will appeal to policy
makers and educators who are concerned with the
internationalization of universities in Central Europe.
de Gruyter Mouton
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||Developments in English as a Lingua Franca [DELF]
||230 x 155mm (L x W)
||Hardcover - Cloth over boards
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