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Song, Juyoung

Works: 6 works in 23 publications in 1 language and 487 library holdings
Genres: Academic theses  Interviews 
Roles: Author, Editor
Classifications: P35, 306.44
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Most widely held works by Juyoung Song
Ethnolinguistic diversity and education : language, literacy, and culture by Marcia Farr( Book )

12 editions published between 2009 and 2010 in English and held by 319 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La educación en paises con una rica diversidad étnica y lingüística presenta retos a los responsables de redactar y de aprobar los planes docentes, a la vez que supone un enriquecimiento cultural, precisamente, por la relación de las distintas culturas y lenguas. Esta monografía nos presenta la visión plural de varios especialistas, enfocada hacia la diversidad etno-lingüística en los Estados Unidos. El tema es interesante para los filólogos y pedagogos españoles, no solo porque aquí tenemos ya una rica diversidad, sino porque una de las presencias más importantes en los Estados Unidos es la de la comunidad hispana. De hecho, uno de los capítulos del libro se titula Latino Language Practices and Literacy Education in the U.S
Big data analysis using machine learning for social scientists and criminologists by Juyoung Song( )

4 editions published in 2019 in English and held by 153 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book provides a detailed description of the entire study process concerning gathering and analysing big data and making observations to develop a crime-prediction model that utilizes its findings. It offers an in-depth discussion of several processes, including text mining, which extracts useful information from online documents; opinion mining, which analyses the emotions contained in documents; machine learning for crime prediction; and visualization analysis. To accurately predict crimes using machine learning, it is necessary to procure high-quality training data. Machine learning com
Pathways to underage prostitution among female youth in South Korea by Juyoung Song( )

2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The recent rapid social changes in South Korea have created a context that produced large increases in the number of girls involved in prostitution. By using in-depth interviews with 25 girls in South Korea, this study provides a narrative and life history analysis of girls' pathways into underage prostitution. The purpose of this dissertation is twofold: to identify pathways into underage prostitution and to examine girls' decision making process."--Abstract
Language ideologies and identity : Korean children's language socialization in a bilingual setting by Juyoung Song( )

3 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This one-year ethnographic study explores three Korean children and their families' language socialization practices in a Midwestern US city, with a focus on their negotiation of language ideologies and identities. The language socialization practices of these families who sojourn in the U.S. are examined in the discussion of transnational migration and globalization, and bilingualism. Three levels of data analyses were used in the study, global (transnational), familial, and interactional. The global-level analyses show how two groups of Koreans, Korean immigrants and Korean early-study-abroad sojourners, enact different language ideologies in their children's language education. The study also provides in-depth ethnographic analyses of the three Korean families' language socialization practices in the realm of family. With the prospect of returning to Korea, these families' current language practices align and match to a great degree with the expectations and practices of their future "imagined communities" (Anderson, 1991; Kanno & Norton, 2003). The examination of diverse practices and the strategic intent of these families show how an individual family's past and present experiences influence their future vision of participation and membership in Korea. The micro-analyses of children's linguistic practices, such as code-switching and addressing practices, show (1) how children acknowledge, highlight, or avoid particular language ideologies in their interactions with their parents or peers and (2) how their understanding of these ideologies is constructed in their language socialization practices. The data also show children's improvised "bilingual" practices in their negotiation of ideologies, highlighting children's agency in their language socialization practices while at the same time manifesting their presentation and construction of multiple and shiftable identities across contexts. Based on these results, the study illuminates the location of language ideologies as one aspect of the interplay between language learning and identity. By linking the families' local practices to their future and transnational communities, this study broadens the perspective of L2 learning beyond the local context of time and space. Through broad and in-depth analyses of language socialization practices of Korean sojourners, this study highlights the variations in immigrant populations in the U.S. and yields understandings of diverse social and educational practices and identities among them
Outcomes Associated With Common and Immigrant-Group-Specific Responses to Intimate Terrorism( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The research for this article used available qualitative data from separate studies of South Asian-, Vietnamese-, and Hispanic-origin women victimized by intimate terrorism. Regardless of country of origin, period, or U.S. community, women used similar ways to cope. Consistent with perpetrators' misogynistic attitudes and aim of enforcing patriarchal expectations, many women responded to abuse from positions of powerlessness and fear. Instrumental help from family and friends and, depending on the group, advocacy agencies or counseling services assisted women in leaving men or stopping the abuse. Women used multiple coping strategies, often adding new approaches when those used initially failed
English just is not enough!: Neoliberalism, class, and children's study abroad among Korean families( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Early study abroad (ESA) has been popular among middle/upper class Korean families who use overseas experiences for the accumulation of capital and class mobility. Following up with two graduate student families in Song (2012), this study examines these two families' post-ESA experiences from the mothers' perspectives. It attends particularly to the role of English in their children's educational trajectories and the family's class positioning against economically-privileged Gangnam families. The results demonstrate the two mothers' complex attitudes toward linguistic and class ideologies that deepen the 'English divide' in Korean society. While they criticized class-based inequalities surrounding English education, they themselves were content with the linguistic capital accumulated overseas for their children's competitiveness in the Korean educational context and beyond. They also realized that the increasing number of good English speakers with superior economic means deprived them of the privilege associated with the competence in English. That is, the value of competence is synergistic with other social advantages that are highly dependent on one's economic background. The results illuminate how class mediates not only the distribution, but also the return of the capital through a powerful neoliberal social order that drives Koreans to pursue the valuable capital at any cost
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Ethnolinguistic diversity and education : language, literacy, and culture
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