Research on EMI in Thailand

Baker, W. (2008). A critical examination of ELT in Thailand: The role of cultural awareness. RELC Journal: A Journal of Language Teaching and Research, 39(1), 131-146.

Chalapati, S. (2007). Internationalisation of higher education in Thailand: case studies of two English-medium business graduate programs.

Coffin, P. (2.14). Challenges and Needs of Professional Development for Lecturers of English-medium Instruction. MFU Connexion, 3(1), 42-52.

Hengsadeekul, C., Hengsadeekul, T., Koul, R., & Kaewkuekool, S. (2010). English as a medium of instruction in Thai universities: A review of literature. In 9th WSEAS International Conference on Education and Educational Technology, EDU’10 (pp. 89-94).

Hengsadeekul, C., Koul, R., & Kaewkuekool, S. (2014). Motivational orientation and preference for English-medium programs in Thailand. International Journal of Educational Research66, 35-44.

Kantavong, P. (2.15). English as Medium of Instruction for Subject Courses in Tertiary Education: Lessons Learned from Thai Undergraduate Students. Asian Social Science, 11(27), 84-89.

Kaur, A., Young, D., & Kirkpatrick, R. (2016). English Education Policy in Thailand: Why the Poor Results?. In English language education policy in Asia (pp. 345-361). Springer, Cham.

Park, T. S., & Khemnguadekkasit, E. (2015). The use of English as a medium of instruction in Thai-Japanese institution: Perceptions from the international business management instructors, students and parents. Retrieved from https://research.tni.ac.th/new/upload/files/research/pdf/1305-B005.pdf

Punthumasen, P. (2007, December). International program for teacher education: An approach to tackling problems of English education in Thailand. In The 11th UNESCO-APEID international conference reinventing higher education: Toward participatory and sustainable development (pp. 12-14).

Sameephet, B. (2020). On the fluidity of languages: A way out of the dilemma in English medium instruction classrooms in Thailand (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13498

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