Dr Seong-Chul   Shin
Senior Lecturer

Dr Seong-Chul Shin

PhD in Linguistics (UNSW); MApplied Linguistics (Macquarie); MEd in KFL (Yonsei)

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I am an applied linguist and a language teacher with a PhD in Linguistics, a Master of Applied Linguistics and a MEd in KFL.

My research areas include: error analysis and teaching methodology in L2 Korean; curriculum issues in Korean at both secondary and tertiary levels; sociolinguistic issues with reference to Korean L2 or HL situations.

I have undertaken a number of research projects funded by the government agencies and UNSW. My recent research books include Korean Heritage Language Maintenance, Learning and Development: Australian Practices and Perspectives (ed.) (Seoul: Sotong Publishing, 2019). I am currently undertaking monograph projects on language maintenance and and cultural identity focused on Korean ethnic communities and bicultural families. 

Phone
+61 2 9385 3724
Location
262 Morven Brown

Publications

Awards

The Korea Foundation Field Research Fellowship

The Academy of Korean Studies Visiting Scholar Fellowship, etc. 

Grants

Include:

  • FASS and School Research Grants in recent years: over A$30,000 - small research projects.
  • (Education-development projects) New Colombo Plan Mobility Grant: A$90,000 (2020-2022) and A$115,000 (2017-2019):  In-Country Training Project: Languages and Humanities. Australian Government Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Ministry for Education and Training.

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