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Tatar, Bradley (TatarBradley)

Department
School of Liberal Arts(인문학부)
Website
http://btatar.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
PostHumanism (포스트휴머니즘)
Research Keywords
문화인류학, Cultural anthropology
Research Interests
The PostHumanism lab carries out social scientific investigations of the relationships between humans and non-humans, drawing upon various theoretical perspectives such as Actor Network Theory, Risk Society, and Systems Theory. The ways that humans define their relationships to nonhuman animals are studied in order to reveal how humans structure their relationships toward nature and ecological systems. Research includes investigations of human-wildlife conflict as a 'wicked problem,' environmental governance and the wildlife trade, captivity and liberation of animals, and the commodification of nature as a public spectacle.
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2021-11Anthropomorphism as Social Action: The Politics of Animals on DisplayTatar, BradleyARTICLE132 Anthropomorphism as Social Action: The Politics of Animals on Display
2021-10Bilingual signs at an ‘English only’ Korean university: place-making and ‘global’ space in higher educationChoi, Jinsook; Tatar, Bradley; Kim, Jeong-YeonARTICLE687 Bilingual signs at an ‘English only’ Korean university: place-making and ‘global’ space in higher education
2021-03Whaling in Korea: Heritage, Framing, and Contention against International NormsTatar, BradleyARTICLE353 Whaling in Korea: Heritage, Framing, and Contention against International Norms
2020-05The Bangudae Petroglyph: Whaling and Remodernisation in a South Korean Industrial CityTatar, BradleyARTICLE267 The Bangudae Petroglyph: Whaling and Remodernisation in a South Korean Industrial City
2019-12Mitigating cetacean bycatch in coastal Ecuador: Governance challenges for small-scale fisheriesJose Alava, Juan; Tatar, Bradley; Jose Barragan, Maria, et alARTICLE942 Mitigating cetacean bycatch in coastal Ecuador: Governance challenges for small-scale fisheries
2018-05A case study of international instructors’ experiences of English-medium instruction policy in a Korean universityKim, Jeong-Yeon; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE741 A case study of international instructors’ experiences of English-medium instruction policy in a Korean university
2018-04Dolphin Liberation in Korea: Is it Beneficial for Conservation?Kim, Sejoon; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE691 Dolphin Liberation in Korea: Is it Beneficial for Conservation?
2018-02Getting to know the consumer: Toward mitigation of illegal whale meat consumption in South KoreaTatar, Bradley; Jung, ChangkukARTICLE709 Getting to know the consumer: Toward mitigation of illegal whale meat consumption in South Korea
2017-10English-Medium Instruction and Intercultural Sensitivity: A Korean Case StudyKim, Jeong-Yeon; Choi, Jinsook; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE899 English-Medium Instruction and Intercultural Sensitivity: A Korean Case Study
2017-07Place-making, Landscape and Materialities: Whales and Social Practices in Ulsan, KoreaTatar, BradleyARTICLE633
2017-04Nonnative English-Speaking Professors’ Experiences of English-Medium Instruction and Their Perceived Roles of the Local LanguageKim, Jeong-Yeon; Tatar, BradleyARTICLE950 Nonnative English-Speaking Professors’ Experiences of English-Medium Instruction and Their Perceived Roles of the Local Language
2015-03Destroying Patriarchy: Struggle for Sexual Equality in Mexican-American Corridos and Anglo-American BalladsTatar, BradleyARTICLE1226 Destroying Patriarchy: Struggle for Sexual Equality in Mexican-American Corridos and Anglo-American Ballads
2014-12The safety of bycatch: South Korean responses to the moratorium on commercial whalingTatar, BradleyARTICLE1118 The safety of bycatch: South Korean responses to the moratorium on commercial whaling
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-YeonARTICLE1362 Can EFL Speakers Communicate in English-mediated Classes?: A Case of a Liberal Arts Class for Engineering Students in Korea
2014-08Whale Conservation in Coastal Ecuador - Environmentalism of the Poor or Neoliberal Conservation?Tatar, BradleyARTICLE949
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-YeonARTICLE1320 Dialogic interactions in the English-mediated classroom: A case study of a social science class for engineering students in Korea
2014Emerging culture of English-medium instruction in Korea: experiences of Korean and international studentsKim, Jeong-Yeon; Tatar, Bradley; Choi, JinsookARTICLE1440 Emerging culture of English-medium instruction in Korea: experiences of Korean and international students
2012-12The challenge of governance: Cultural barriers to enforcement of the IWC whaling moratorium in KoreaTatar, Bradley; Lee, TaeheokARTICLE1006
2010-12Hombres Bravos, Mujeres Bravas: Gender and Violence in the Mexican CorridoTatar, BradleyARTICLE1058
2009State formation and social memory in Sandinista politicsTatar, BradleyARTICLE933

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