|aTransnational education crossing 'Asia' and 'the West' :|badjusted desire, transformative mediocrity, neo-colonial disguise /|cPhan Le-Ha (also written Phan Le Ha).
|aLondon :|bRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group,|cc2018.
|axix, 260 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm.
|aRoutledge research in higher education
|aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 232-258) and index.
|aDefining a stance -- Foregrounding the debates -- The West, Asia, and "the rise of Asia" -- Engaging with the "convenient" Western- Asian paradox -- English, internationalisation of higher education, and identity : increasing academic monolingualism and English-only package -- Appropriating and abusing transnational education in Saudi Arabia : commercialisation, neoliberalism, desire, and English -- Student identities in transnational space : Vietnam in focus -- Intercultural interactions in English-medium programmes as imagined interactions with a "Western" entity -- International teaching staff and international students raising concerns over questions of integration and belonging in TNE -- Transnational education and dream realization : from the Philippines to Vietnam, from Afghanistan to Dubai, from everywhere in Asia to Thailand -- Desiring international /transnational education : theorisation of key concepts and next steps from here.
|aTransnational education|zWestern countries.
|aEnglish language|xStudy and teaching (Higher)|zAsia.