Youngjoo Seo

Youngjoo Seo
Myongji University · Department of English Language and Literature

Doctor of Philosophy

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the impacts of engaging in critical race discussion, after watching the movie Hidden Figures on pre-service English teachers’ multicultural awareness. Data consisted of students’ self-reflection papers and critical race talk in classrooms, and were analyzed using content analysis. Results indicate that m...
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As one of the solutions to the economic stratification of English education opportunities and resulting in inequalities, there is a newly emerging global trend of bilingual parenting in Korea called ‘maternal English education (Eommapyo yeong-eo)’. The purpose of this study is to examine challenges of Korean parents in practicing Korean–English bil...
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English language teaching has become a global phenomenon, involving racially and culturally diverse teachers travelling across national borders. While these transnational teachers bring diversity to host countries, the superiority of White native English speakers continues to be reinforced. This raciolinguistic ideology can uniquely shape the subje...
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Parental involvement in family language planning and practice is crucial to children's bilingual development. To foster children's learning experience, some Korean non-native English-speaking parents have decided to speak English to their children, called 'parental English education.' This qualitative study takes a particularized look at parental i...
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This study aimed to examine the experience of African-American female teachers living in Korea through the lens of one elementary English teacher’s narrative, and the implications with regard to multicultural education for children in a society that claims racial, ethnic, and cultural homogeneity. Data comprised the teacher’s spontaneously generate...
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This case study investigated parental language ideologies and the underlying social and familial factors affecting the construction of attitudes toward bilingual parenting and how the parents’ ideologies affected the formation of family language policy and home language practices. Numerous familial factors were examined, such as parents’ socioecono...
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Seo, Youngjoo. (2020). Self-reflections of pre-service English teachers on microteaching experiences. English Language Teaching, 32(3), 1-20. This study attempts to explore Korean pre-service teachers' perceptions of English teaching practices and the challenges of being non-native English-speakers in their microteaching experiences. Twenty-two pre...
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Korean parents are strongly committed to investing time, effort, and money into improving their children's English competence in order to maximize their human capital in the era of globalization, a phenomenon often referred to as ‘English fever’ (Park, 2009). However, because of the Korean socio-economic structure, there is considerable disparity a...
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Most recent research on teacher identity in the TESOL field has focused on how non-native English-speaking teachers (non-NESTs) view and position themselves vis-à-vis native English-speaking teachers (NESTs), and which factors influence their construction of their professional identities. However, the perceived native speaker/non-native speaker (NS...
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University Bloomington’s School of Education. Each research guide was made by students in the on-campus and online course, EDUC-L700: Seminar in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education, offered by the Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education. This assignment was designed to help students–who are current and future education researc...

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