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The benefits and pitfalls of a multicultural teaching faculty and a monocultural student population: An interpretive analysis of tertiary teachers’ and students’ perceptions in the United Arab Emirates

& navigation. Dubai, UAE: Wiley Publishing. Marton, F. (1986). Phenomenology: A research approach to investigating different understandings of reality. Journal of Thought, 21(3), 28-49. Moore-Jones, P. (2014). Teaching approaches and teachers' perceptions in varying cultures. Journal of ELT and Applied Lingusitcs, 2(2), 28-49. Moustakas, C. (1994). Phenomenological research methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Mughan, T. (1998). Integration of foreign cultural awareness into business language teaching materials and

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Classroom Participation as a Performative Act of Language Learners’ Identity Construction

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