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Transnational South Korea as a site for a sociolinguistics of globalization: Markets, timescales, neoliberalism1
This special issue seeks a new direction for the sociolinguistics of globalization in the process of transnationalism, using as a case study new modes of Korean migration that are changing the faceExpand
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Lessons about respect and affect in a Korean heritage language school
  • A. Lo
  • Psychology
  • 1 September 2009
Abstract This paper examines the ideologies and practices surrounding respect at a Korean American heritage language school in California. It illustrates the interaction between locally circulatingExpand
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Codeswitching, speech community membership, and the construction of ethnic identity
  • A. Lo
  • Sociology
  • 1 November 1999
The relationship between codeswitching, speech community membership and the discursive construction of ethnic identity is examined through a discourse analysis of a conversation between two AsianExpand
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Suddenly Faced with a Chinese Village
  • A. Lo
  • Sociology
  • 3 November 2016
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Linguistic competency and citizenship: Contrasting portraits of multilingualism in the South Korean popular media1
This paper examines how metapragmatic framings of multilingual competency and incompetency have become indexes of global and South Korean citizenship in the South Korean popular media. Drawing uponExpand
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Manufacturing citizenship: Metapragmatic framings of language competencies in media images of mixed race men in South Korea
This article examines how discourses of linguistic (in)competency regiment productions of citizenship in the South Korean popular media. Through an analysis of newspaper articles and televisionExpand
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East Is East, West Is West
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Beyond yellow English : toward a linguistic anthropology of Asian Pacific America
Table of Contents Contributors Part I: Interactional Positionings of Selves and Identities Part II: Discursive Constitutions of Groups and Communities Part III: Languages in Contact Part V:Expand
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Language Socialization and Shaming
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Language, Identity and Relationality in Asian Pacific America: An Introduction
Relative to other racial and ethnic groups in the US, Asian Pacific Americans (APAs) have received comparatively little attention from scholars in linguistic anthropology. Whereas the languageExpand
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