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Kim, Jeong-Yeon (김정연)

Department
School of Liberal Arts(인문학부)
Website
http://jkim1234.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Applied Linguistics (응용언어학)
Research Keywords
언어학, 응용언어학, language identity, language policy, English for Specific Purposes, internationalization on higher education, intercultural communicative competence, Interdisciplinary Education, Applied Linguistics
Research Interests
As an applied linguist and teacher, Dr. Kim works on pragmatics of foreign language in her research and teaching, social aspects of foreign language uses. Two major themes of her research include contextuality in L2 learning and the development of L2 intercultural communicative competence. Contextuality highlights learning and teaching contexts including foreign language policy and instructional technology. From a social-constructivist perspective, learning is a process of socialization that encompasses a learner’s participation in a certain task or activity and continuous adaptation to the unfolding circumstances and activities (Lave & Wenger, 1991; Vygotsky, 1978; Wertsch, 1991). In view of this, an educational context with different flagship policies of internationalization creates a space in which local and international members co-construct the meaning of learning subjects and English language. My previous research projects have helped to build a shared understanding of the foreign language reforms of higher education between different stakeholders, including local and international members (Kim & Tatar, 2017, 2018; Kim, J., Kim, E. G., & Kweon, S-O., 2018; Kim, Kweon, & Kim, 2017; Kim, Tatar, & Choi, 2014).
The other theme is intercultural communicative competence (ICC), greatly related to the internationalization of higher education (Kim, 2019; Kim, Choi, & Tatar, 2017). My ultimate goal of research here is to communicate to stakeholders the impact of cultural diversity on institutions and their management (Hermans, 2005). As a way to promote English proficiency in an internationalized campus, I have employed the concept of ‘intercultural sensitivity’ (Chen & Starosta, 1997) and examined local and international students’ levels of ICC in recent research (Kim, 2019; Kim, Choi, & Tatar, 2017).
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2020-09Teasing Humor and Identity Construction in Business Meetings at a Korean StartupKim, Jeong-Yeon; Choi, JinsookARTICLE14
2020International students’ intercultural sensitivity in their academic socialisation to a non-English-speaking higher education: a Korean case studyKim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE238 International students’ intercultural sensitivity in their academic socialisation to a non-English-speaking higher education: a Korean case study
2019-06Beyond Nativeness versus Nonnativeness in the Construction of Teacher Identity in the Context of Korean as a Foreign LanguageKim, Jeong-Yeon; Smith, Hye YoungARTICLE237 Beyond Nativeness versus Nonnativeness in the Construction of Teacher Identity in the Context of Korean as a Foreign Language
2019-05Bilingual signs at an ‘English only’ Korean university: place-making and ‘global’ space in higher educationChoi, Jinsook; Tatar, Bradley; Kim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE248 Bilingual signs at an ‘English only’ Korean university: place-making and ‘global’ space in higher education
2018-07Challenges in implementing English-medium instruction: Perspectives of Humanities and Social Sciences professors teaching engineering studentsKim, Jeong-Yeon; Kim, Eun Gyong; Kweon, Soo-OkARTICLE619 Challenges in implementing English-medium instruction: Perspectives of Humanities and Social Sciences professors teaching engineering students
2018-05A case study of international instructors’ experiences of English-medium instruction policy in a Korean universityKim, Jeong-Yeon; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE462 A case study of international instructors’ experiences of English-medium instruction policy in a Korean university
2018-03A Case Study of Nonnative English-Speaking International Students' Adjustment to a Korean UniversityKim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE336 A Case Study of Nonnative English-Speaking International Students' Adjustment to a Korean University
2017-10English-Medium Instruction and Intercultural Sensitivity: A Korean Case StudyKim, Jeong-Yeon; Choi, Jinsook; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE630 English-Medium Instruction and Intercultural Sensitivity: A Korean Case Study
2017-04Nonnative English-Speaking Professors’ Experiences of English-Medium Instruction and Their Perceived Roles of the Local LanguageKim, Jeong-Yeon; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE683 Nonnative English-Speaking Professors’ Experiences of English-Medium Instruction and Their Perceived Roles of the Local Language
2017-02Korean engineering students’ perceptions of English-medium instruction (EMI) and L1 use in EMI classesKim, Eun Gyong; Kweon, Soo-Ok; Kim, JeongyeonARTICLE854 Korean engineering students’ perceptions of English-medium instruction (EMI) and L1 use in EMI classes
2016-11International teaching assistants’ initiation of negotiations in engineering labsKim, JeongyeonARTICLE597 International teaching assistants’ initiation of negotiations in engineering labs
2016-06EFL Learners’ Perceptions of Learning Context, Writing Achievement, and GenderKim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE552
2015-11Use of Blended Learning for Effective Implementation of English-medium Instruction in a Non-English Higher Education ContextIm, Jin Hyouk; Kim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE900 Use of Blended Learning for Effective Implementation of English-medium Instruction in a Non-English Higher Education Context
2014-11Roles of Gender in the Relationship between EFL Learners’ Perceptions of the Context and their Speaking AchievementKim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE750
2014-11기술과 사회에 관한 융합교육이 남녀학생의 공학 정체성에 미치는 영향Kim, Hyomin; Kim, Ji-hyung; Kim, Jeong-Yeon, et alARTICLE1192
2014-10Can EFL Speakers Communicate in English-mediated Classes?: A Case of a Liberal Arts Class for Engineering Students in KoreaChoi, Jinsook; Tatar, Bradley; Kim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE1036 Can EFL Speakers Communicate in English-mediated Classes?: A Case of a Liberal Arts Class for Engineering Students in Korea
2014-08English for university administrative work: English officialization policy and foreign language learning motivationKim, Jeong-Yeon; Choi, JinsookARTICLE974 English for university administrative work: English officialization policy and foreign language learning motivation
2014-08University Administrative Workers' Perceptions of the Workplace Context under English as an Official Language PolicyKim, Jeong-Yeon; Choi, JinsookARTICLE1313 University Administrative Workers' Perceptions of the Workplace Context under English as an Official Language Policy
2014-07Dialogic interactions in the English-mediated classroom: A case study of a social science class for engineering students in KoreaChoi, Jinsook; Tatar, Bradley; Kim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE984 Dialogic interactions in the English-mediated classroom: A case study of a social science class for engineering students in Korea
2014College EFL learners' speaking motivation under English-medium instruction policyKim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE1051

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