Jin Kim - PhD Student Profile - College of Education, Health and Human Development - University of Canterbury

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Jin Hyun Kim

Jin Kimjin.kim@pg.canterbury.ac.nz

Qualifications

PGDip in Education (College of Education, University of Canterbury)
CELTA (Leeds City College, UK)
BSc (College of Science, Dong-A University, Korea)

PhD Project Title

Being Kowi (Korean-Kiwi): Intergenerational Transmission of the Korean Language in Christchurch

Supervisors

Associate Professor Una Cunningham
Professor Jeanette King

Expected Completion of PhD

February 2019

Background

Jin was born and raised in Korea but has lived in New Zealand since the beginning of 2003. Prior to living in New Zealand she lived and studied in England. She has worked as an English tutor, a Programme Coordinator, a Pastoral Care Coordinator and an Administration officer for culturally and linguistically diverse students.

Research Interests

Heritage Language Transmission, Bilingualism, Language Education

Publications

Kim, J., Cunningham, U., & King, J. (2015) Being Kowi (Korean-Kiwi): Successful Intergenerational Transmission of the Korean Language. Dunedin, New Zealand: Linguistic Society of New Zealand, 14-15 Dec 2015. (Conference Contribution – Other – Oral presentations)

Kim, J., Cunningham, U., & King, J. (2015) Being Kowi (Korean-Kiwi): Successful Intergenerational Transmission of the Korean Language. Christchurch, New Zealand: Intergenerational Transmission of Minority Languages Symposium Migrant Language(s) in the Home: Practices and Policies, 11 Dec 2015. (Conference Contribution - Other - Oral presentations)

Kim, J., Cunningham, U., & King, J. (2015, March). Intergenerational transmission of minority languages: Teenage bilinguals in Christchurch. In J. Hay (Director), New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain & Behaviour. Symposium conducted at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.