Academic Writing in Korea: Its Dynamic Landscape and Implications for Intercultural Rhetoric
Previous studies on intercultural rhetoric have frequently drawn from examples from Asian writers, especially those of Chinese and Japanese origin, but relatively little information has surfaced in scholarly literature regarding L2 writers from Korea. To fill this gap, this article provides an overview of how academic writing is conceived and practiced in Korea. By examining current practices and conceptualizations concerning academic writing, the study highlights strong similarities between Korean and Anglophone academic writing. In doing so, it seeks to demonstrate the importance of considering complex institutional, political, as well as individual factors that influence second language writers in their home culture in advancing the ongoing disciplinary dialogue on intercultural rhetoric.
Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language -- Electronic Journal
Kim, Eun-Young Julia, "Academic Writing in Korea: Its Dynamic Landscape and Implications for Intercultural Rhetoric" (2017). Faculty Publications. 703.