FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Asian and Asian American Studies – April 2022

Four entries from the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies. Entries include studies on Korean language, on Diana Greene Foster’s The Turnaway Study, and on Indigenous Cham Muslim Refugees. Coleman, Sam. 2022 (February 22). “Abortion, Science and Morality in The Turnaway Study: New Perspectives for the Helping Professions.” Journal of Progressive Human Services. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10428232.2022.2037821 Ha, Kyoungmi. (2022). […]

Faculty Publications: Asian and Asian American Studies – September 2021

Asian and Asian American Studies Douglas, Masako. (2021). Instructional Design in Early Literacy Development Stage of Japanese Heritage Language Education: Focusing on Reading Instruction. Japanese as a Heritage Language Journal. 5, 1-47.  Ha, Kyoungmi. (in press). The Interactional Functions of the Korean First-person Pronouns in Reported Thought. The Korean Language in America. —. (in press). A Response […]

Faculty Publications: Asian and Asian American Studies – February 2021

Asian and Asian American Studies Coleman, Sam. 2020. “Understanding—And Misunderstanding—The White Working Class: Two Must-Read Studies for the Helping Professions.” The Journal of Progressive Human Services, 32 (1). Published online December 19. Ha, K. (2021). Assessment Sequences in Korean Conversation and Their Pedagogical Applications. The Korean Language in America, 24(1), 30-50. https://doi.org/10.5325/korelangamer.24.1.0030 Patraporn, R. Varisa and Barbara W. […]