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Revisiting the issue of native speakerism: ‘I don't want to speak like a native speaker of English’
This qualitative study of English Korean bilinguals explores the ways in which they legitimize themselves as ‘good’ bilinguals in relation to the discourse of native-speakerism. I first survey theExpand
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Forming capital: Emblematizing discourses of mobility in South Korea
Abstract This article examines how listening subjects (Inoue 2006) mediate understandings of mobility in South Korea. Focusing on a cybercampaign to discredit the hip-hop star Tablo, it traces theExpand
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Performing “authentic” bilingualism: Authenticity, novel respelling forms, and language ideology in South Korea
Abstract The process of globalization, along with the advent of Internet technology, has resulted in the increasing presence of written mixed-language discourses produced and used by multilinguals inExpand
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The Gendered Construction of ‘Inauthentic’ Female Bilinguals in South Korea: Authenticity, English and Gender
0 0 1 131 753 Homme 6 1 883 14.0 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA X-NONE This paper examines the ways contemporary models of personhood associated  with female Korean–English bilinguals becomeExpand
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‘English is always proportional to one’s wealth’: English, English language education, and social reproduction in South Korea
Abstract While quality English language education is not equally accessible in many EFL countries, neoliberalism and its ideology of language as a neutral skill that everyone can acquire has obscuredExpand
The identity (re)construction of international students in the process of academic literacy acquisition
Despite the growing number of international students in higher education, few studies have examined these students’ struggles or ideological development process as they enter new communities of pra...
Sociocultural research on L2 reading in L1 settings: a critical review on the past 30 years
With an increasing emphasis on the reading development of L2 learners of English and a growing body of literature on L2 reading, it is now time to examine what the current research on L2 reading saysExpand
Legitimate bilingual competence in the making: Bilingual performance and investment of Korean-English bilinguals
Because global migration and mobility have increasingly blurred boundaries, questions of authenticity have become more complex than ever, and the issue of what constitutes “real” versus “fake”Expand