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Media, Culture, and Debate in Korean 미디어, 문화, 토론을 통한 고급 한국어 수업
A Roadmap for Advanced-Level Korean




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ISBN 9781032028705
October 26, 2021 Forthcoming by Routledge
64 Pages

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Book Description

Media, Culture and Debate in Korean provides a roadmap for an advanced-level Korean course centered around media and culture, and includes access to an archive of virtual media resources such as film, documentary, shows, newspaper, drama, music, and advertising.

The book is designed to help students enhance their language skills and to deepen their knowledge and understanding of contemporary Korean society and culture through the analysis of authentic Korean media resources and debate. It addresses the cultural issues permeating in Korean society which are rapidly transforming people’s perspectives, language, and lifestyle. These societal issues are discussed in the context of historical and psychological background, the struggle between tradition and changing values, positive and negative impact of the phenomenon, neologism, and potential solutions.

This book can serve as a main textbook and a resource for an online class setting, and can also be used in a traditional face-to-face class setting.

Table of Contents

차례

들어가기

1과. 빨리빨리

2과. 외모지상주의

3과. 혼족 문화

4과. 서열 문화

5과. 사회비교

6과. 교육열

7과. 효

문법 색인

단어 색인

 

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Biography

Seung-Eun Chang earned a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Texas, Austin, specializing in Phonology and Phonetics. After ten years of teaching at University of California, Berkeley, she joined Georgia Tech in 2018.  Several influential linguistics journals have published her work, including Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Language and Speech, International Journal of Bilingualism, and Heritage Language Journal. She is also an emerging expert in the area of media and culture in language learning. She has been honored to receive grants for her Media Curation project regarding Korean culture from the school’s media center – the Digital Integrative Liberal Arts Center (DILAC).

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