Conclusions and Further Research
The concluding chapter picks up on the overarching purpose of the book, namely to offer an understanding of the intricacies, limitations and opportunities of English-Medium Education in Multilingual University Settings (EMEMUS). It emphasises the need for ROAD-MAPPING, a theoretically grounded conceptual framework that allows for in-depth comprehensive analyses of EMEMUS. Additionally, the chapter provides a summary of the strengths and limitations of the framework and concludes with the suggestions for further avenues of research.
KeywordsEMEMUS ROAD-MAPPING framework Strengths and limitations Further research
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