[lg policy] Distinguishing Internationalization from Anglicization in Higher Education Diagnosis and Strategies François Grin University of Geneva Paper presented at the Ethical Forum of the University Foundation Brussels, Thursday 6 December 2018 (c) François Grin, Genève, Goals and “take-away” of this presentation  This talk starts out from the observation that universities in historically non-English-speaking countries (NESC) are subjected, in the name of globalization, to extreme pressures resulting in anglicization. It then proposes a critical discussion of the causes of this trend. They reflect diverging sectoral interests and, at the same time, proceed from structural constraints. Making a distinction between both types of causes can be useful in order to formulate principles for a non- uniformising language policy in Higher Education (HE).  Three policy measures in this direction are proposed at the end of this talk. 2 Five basic observations about HE in NESC Five basic o

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 Harold F. Schiffman

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 Dravidian Linguistics and Culture
Dept. of South Asia Studies
University of Pennsylvania
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