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|Title: ||邁向「頂尖」大學: 英語授課教授對國際化之感知與實踐|
World Class Universities and World Class Students: A Case Study of Taiwanese Educators’ Perceptions and Practices Concerning Internationalization
|Issue Date: ||2018-07-05 16:51:16 (UTC+8)|
Striving for world class is a central goal within Taiwanese Higher Education (HE). Through orienting themselves toward an ever-increasing number of international students and a push for more English Taught Programs (ETPs), Taiwanese Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), under the supervision of the Ministry of Education (MOE), are seeking to climb the ranking tables in order to ascend into global imagination. Indeed, as Taiwanese educators of these ETPs operate within this fervent atmosphere for internationalization and interact with diverse communities of international students, there are pedagogical possibilities for the employment of multicultural education practices. Thus, in seeking to explore this critical space between internationalization and multicultural education practices, the research conducted semi-structured interviews with a sample of ten Taiwanese professors at a reputable social sciences university in Taiwan. The explorative study found that internationalization, with this specific orientation toward world class, along with the complex context of Taiwan, shaped perceptions and practices of Taiwanese educators toward different communities of international students. These perceptions saw a preference toward Western voices and white bodies and the perceived diversity that such international students brought to classroom discussions. Furthermore, the study found that among the perceptions of these educators was an erasure of the diversities latent within the South East Asian international student community. Utilizing a case study approach to also engage with the institutional imagination of the university that the professors were based at, the research found that there was a stronger bias toward recruiting students from western European countries as this was where the perceived cultural and economic capital lay for creating a diverse campus as well as a key method of survival and of allowing the university to be recognized by powerful others.
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