globalization, internationalization, Russia, language learning
In reviewing international trends over the last few decades, two words— globalization and internationalization—inevitably come to mind. Thinkers around the world are pondering these processes, which are rooted in the technological and social changes of the last quarter of the twentieth century.
The notions of globalization and internationalization are obviously related, but exactly what do they mean? In The Globalization of Higher Education, Peter Scott (1998a) concludes that not only are the words not synonyms, but the processes they denote are radically different and even dialectically opposed.
"Globalization, internationalization, and language learning in Russia,"
Russian Language Journal: Vol. 55:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rlj/vol55/iss1/2