사회언어학 2021 KCI Impact Factor : 0.38

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pISSN : 1226-4822

http://journal.kci.go.kr/socioling
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한국 사회 언어학 저널은 한국 사회 언어 학회가 발행하는 사회 언어학 학술지이다. 이 저널은 사회 생활과 상호 작용하는 언어, 언어 및 언어 사용의 다양한 측면에 관심이 있으며 사회적 행동에서 언어 사용 연구에 대한 다양한 접근 방식을 가진 모든 경험적 또는 이론적 기사를 포함한다. 창간호는 1993년 11월에 발간하였다. <사회 언어학> 저널은 영문판을 포함하여 매년 3, 6, 9, 12 월에 4번 발행한다. 6 월에 발간 된 영문판은 전 세계의 기고자와 독자를 초청하는 것을 목표로 한다. 그 밖에 학술지는 학술논문 외에 저서에 대한 리뷰를 포함한다.
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김정연 (울산과기원)
인용지수
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  • KCI IF(2년) : 0.38
  • KCI IF(5년) : 0.42
  • 중심성지수(3년) : 0.664
  • 즉시성지수 : 0.1379

최근발행 : 2022, Vol.30, No.2

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  • Production of the Word-Initial Stop Variation by Kyungsang Koreans in Seoul and Seoul Koreans in Kyungsang Province

    강유진 | 2022, 30(2) | pp.1~33 | 피인용수 : 0
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    This study examines the word-initial stop variation in the speech of speakers who were born in North Kyungsang province and moved to Seoul after the age of 20 and that of speakers who were born in Seoul and moved to North Kyungsang province after the age of 20. Specifically, this study investigates whether Seoul Koreans moving to North Kyungsang have acquired the NKK-like word-initial tensification in any of the two contexts - wordlist and reading passage. Moreover, this study explores whether North Kyungsang Korean moving to Seoul have lost the NKK-like word-initial tensification in the two contexts. Finally, this study examines whether social factors, including gender, length of stay in a new region, attitude toward the first and second dialects, and awareness of the word-initial tensification affect the acquisition or loss of the second dialect feature. A major finding is that both mobile groups do not show the NKK-like word-initial tensification in wordlist and reading passage speech. With respect to the effect of the social factors, male Kyungsang Koreans in Seoul produce tensified stops more than female counterparts. Meanwhile, none of the social factors are significant in the speech of Seoul Koreans in North Kyungsang.
  • Communicative Language Teaching and Second Language Acquisition : Are They Bedfellows?

    김한길 | 2022, 30(2) | pp.39~77 | 피인용수 : 0
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    The advent of CLT in the 1980s led to the CLT-SLA debate which continued unabated for the last forty years. This paper asks, Does the now dominant Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) promote Second Language Acquisition (SLA)? In addressing this question, the paper first reviews and explains the social academic history of CLT; different versions of CLT (strong, weak); how CLT operates; its relationship to SLA, such as perceptions of SLA that have contributed to the development of CLT pedagogy (communicative competence, input, output, interaction hypothesis); and techniques used in CLT. Next, it deliberates on the most controversial issues of the CLT-SLA debate, including language forms, corrective feedback, teachers' perceptions of and approaches to CLT, and classroom conditions, followed by a discussion of the ease/difficulty of implementing CLT. It concludes with a discussion of how teachers can best practice CLT in their classrooms.
  • Public Perceptions Toward Ethnic Return Migrants in South Korea : A Big Data-Based Language Analysis

    이문우 | 2022, 30(2) | pp.79~114 | 피인용수 : 0
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    This study examines the concept of Korean ethnicity by looking into how the Choseonjok, ethnic return migrants from China, are perceived in online news comments. Data were collected from 3,109 comments, which were written in response to 28 news articles regarding the Choseonjok, and analyzed using a Python-based text-mining technique and critical discourse analysis. The findings show that the commenters perceived the Choseonjok negatively, including as potential criminals or social vice. They not only placed the Choseonjok in an inferior position to pure Koreans but also excluded them from the category of compatriots, arguing that speaking the same language and sharing a similar appearance were not enough to make the ethnic return migrants Korean compatriots. This study critically demonstrates how a group of ethnic return migrants is depicted in online public discourses and how this portrayal can shed light on the conceptualization of Korean ethnicity in this era of multiculturalism.