About WELA / WCSEL

World Congress of Scholars of English Linguistics (WCSEL) is organized by "The World English Linguistics Association" (WELA). The purpose of the WELA is to advance the scientific study of English Linguistics. The office of the WELA is in Seoul, South Korea.

Membership

  1. All societies and organizations which have relations with English linguistics, may become members of the WELA.
  2. Societies and organizations shall apply to the Executive Committee for the membership of the WELA. Membership application is subject to approval by the Executive Committee.
  3. Member societies and organizations are eligible to host "The World Congress of Scholars of English Linguistics" according to the due processes.
  4. Members are entitled to voting rights at a General Assembly.

WELA Officers

(TBA)

WCSEL Officers

(TBA)

WCSEL-1 Organizing Committee

(TBA)

WCSEL-1 Program Committee

(TBA)

June 26 - 30
2012

Seoul
South Korea

From 20
Countries

Over 120
Presentations

10
Invited Speakers

Invited Speakers

Thomas Cable

Univ. of Texas

Diana Archangeli

Univ. of Arizona

Tania Kuteva

Univ. Düsseldorf

Danilo T. Dayag

De La Salle Univ.

Haihua Pan

City Univ. of Hong Kong

Jun-Eon Park

Soongsil Univ.

Ken-ichi Takami

Gakushuin Univ.

Steve Wechsler

Univ. of Texas

Jiun-Shiung Wu

National Chung Cheng Univ.

Jae-Il Yeom

Hongik Univ.

Call for Papers (Not Valid)

Full Title: 1st World Congress of Scholars of English Linguistics

Short Title: WCSEL-1

  • Date: 26-Jun-2012 - 30-Jun-2012
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Contact Person: Hye-Kyung Kang
  • Meeting Email: hkkang@ocu.ac.kr
  • Web Site: http://www.wcsel-1.org (No Longer in Service)
  • Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
  • Subject Language(s): English
  • Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2012

Meeting Description:

  • 1st World Congress of Scholars of English Linguistics (WCSEL-1)
  • Theme: Issues in English Linguistics
  • Dates: June 26 (Tuesday) - June 30 (Saturday), 2012
  • Venue: Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea
  • Homepage: http://www.wcsel-1.org (No Longer in Service)

Organized by:

  • The Korean Association for the Study of English Language and Linguistics (KASELL)
  • The Linguistic Society of Korea (LSK)
  • Hanyang University
Under the Auspices of The World English Linguistics Association (WELA)

Sponsored by:

  • Korea Research Foundation
  • Hanyang University
  • The Korean Association for the Study of English Language and Linguistics

Invited Speakers:

  • Diana Archangeli (University of Arizona)
  • Thomas Cable (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Suzanne Flynn (MIT)
  • Tania Kuteva (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf)
  • Haihua Pan (City University of Hong Kong)
  • Jun-Eon Park (Soongsil University)
  • David Pesetsky (MIT)
  • Ken-ichi Takami (Gakushuin University)
  • Steve Wechsler (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Kenneth Wexler (MIT)
  • Jiun-Shiung Wu (National Chung Cheng University)
  • Jae-Il Yeom (Hongik University)

Studies of the English language in the following fields:

  1. Biolinguistics & Cognitive Linguistics
  2. Computational Linguistics
  3. Corpus Linguistics
  4. English Discourse Analysis
  5. English Grammaticalization
  6. History of English Language
  7. English Language Acquisition
  8. English Language Education
  9. English Morphology
  10. English Phonetics & English Phonology
  11. English Semantics & English Pragmatics
  12. Sociolinguistics
  13. English Syntax
All papers are allotted 30 minutes including 10-minute discussion and the official language for presentation is English.

Abstract should be one page long including everything with one-inch margins and typed in Times New Roman (Title: 14 point, Body: 10 point). Submissions are limited to one individual and one joint abstract per author, or two joint abstracts per author. The abstract should be written in English by MS Word and PDF, and be sent to both kimjinh@knu.ac.kr.

Please use 'WCSEL-1 Abstract' as the subject of your e-mail and include the following information in your e-mail body: (1) Name(s) of author(s), (2) Title of your paper, (3) Your designated field, (4) Affiliation, (5) Phone number, (6) E-mail address, and (7) Mailing address.


Important Dates:

  • Deadline for submission of abstract: January 31, 2012
  • Notification of acceptance: February 29, 2012
  • Deadline for submission of final version of accepted abstract: March 31, 2012

Programme: Day 1 (June 26, 2012)

Day 1 (June 26, Tuesday)

Registration

8:30-9:30

Registration & Refreshments

Opening Ceremony


9:30-10:00

Declaration of Opening of the Congress:

Il-Kon Kim (President, WCSEL-1)


Welcoming Address:

Ik-Hwan Lee (President, WELA)


Congratulatory Address:

Duck-Ho Lim (President, Hanyang University)

Kyoung-Ae Kim (President, KASELL)


Introduction of Invited Speakers:

Ki-Jeong Lee (Chair, LOC of WCSEL-1)


Moderator:

Sung-Ho Ahn (Hanyang University)


HIT 612

Forum Lecture 1

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


10:00-11:00

Thomas Cable (University of Texas at Austin)

Global English and the Question of Linguistic Complexity


Il-Kon Kim

(Hanyang University)


HIT 612

11:00-11:20

Break

Syntax 1


11:20-12:20


Rhanghyeyun Kim (Korea University) Order Preservation Justifies Remnant Movement


Sungeun Cho (Yeungnam University)


HIT 606


Gui-Sun Moon (Hansung University)

The Syntax and Semantics of the Specificational it-cleft Constructions

Semantics 1


11:20-12:20

Xu Kuihua (Renmin University of China)

Think-Aloud Study on the Processing of Polysemous Words for Chinese Learners of English


Jeong-Hwa Lee (The Cyber University of Korea)


HIT 615

In-Young Jhee (Korea National Sport University)

Time Expressions in English

Education 1


11:20-12:20

Kyungsook Paik (Hanyang Women's University) Do They Teach the Prospective Teachers Properly?: An Analysis of the Courses on

Culture of the English Education Departments

in Korean Colleges


Sung-Yeon Kim (Hanyang University)


HIT 608

Mi-Young Ahn (Sogang University)

Adaptive Online Course Design of Communicative Translation for GSIT Students

Phonetics & Phonology 1


11:20-12:20

Shinsook Lee (Korea University)

Perceptual Sensitivity to English Legal vs. Illegal Onsets Resulting from Schwa Deletion


Chang-Kook Suh (Baekseok University)


C2 302


by Different L1 Listeners

Toshihiro Oda (Fukuoka University)

Articulatory Grounding in the Ban on Onset Lateral Release

Acquisition 1


11:20-12:20

Jong Sup Jun (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

When Do Children Know that the Suffix -er Changes a Verb into a Noun?


Inyoung Kym (Hanyang Women's University)


C2 303

Gabriela Matulová (Catholic University Ruzomberok)

Learning English is not an Easy Matter... Mother Language and Cultural Influences

12:20-14:00

Lunch

Syntax 2


14:00-15:30

Tsung-Hsien Li (National Kaohsiung Normal University)

A Cross-linguistic Study of Imperative Subjects Binding Features on

Syntax-Semantics Interface: Mandarin Chinese

and English


Gui-Sun Moon (Hansung University)


HIT 606


Theresa Biberauer & Ian Robers (University of Cambridge)

Towards a Parameter Hierarchy for Auxiliaries: Diachronic Considerations


Hong-Ki Sohng (Hanyang University)

On Agreement in Small Clauses with Predicative Nominals

Grammaticalization 1


14:00-15:30

Kyu-Dong Ahn (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) On the Grammaticalization of Low-Frequency Items: The Case of English Complex

Prepositions


Junghye Baik (Hanbuk University)


HIT 615

Hyun Sook Lee (Jangan University)

Grammaticalization of Just Because

Mikyung Ahn (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) Crosslinguistic Analysis of English Common Ground Marker you know and Its Korean

Counterpart maliya

Education 2


14:00-15:30

Kara Mac Donald (Defense Language Institute at Monterey

& Hanyang University)

Pre-Service Teacher Training: Bond by our Constraints. What Can We Learn from the

Other?


Sung-Yeon Kim (Hanyang University)


HIT 608


Kyoung-Sun Hong (Jeju National University) Grammar Instruction on Student Needs Analysis


Leslie Gilbert Zsoldos (Hankyong National University)

A Study of Listening Discrimination in Korean University Students

Phonetics & Phonology 2


14:00-15:30

Jeong-Im Han, Jong-Bai Hwang & Tae-Hwan Choi

(Konkuk University)

Acquisition of Non-contrastive Phonetic Details in a Second Language: Evidence from

Reduced Vowels in English


Shinsook Lee (Korea University)


C2 302

Hyunsong Chung (Korea National University of Education)

Challenges of the Lingua Franca Core (LFC) in Korea

Yukio Takahashi (Morioka University)

On the Notion of Reference-Set Computation in Phonology-Phonetics Interface

Pragmatics 1


14:00-15:30

Hanjung Lee & Haejeong Choi (Sungkyunkwan University)

Social Situations and Fluency Difficulty in Korean EFL Learners' Oral Refusals


Mihyun Baek (Chungnam National University)


C2 301

Yurika Kambe (The International University of Health and Welfare)

On Prepositional Phrases in Generic Sentences: A Case Where Syntactically Null Arguments Are

Pragmatically Licensed


Acquisition 2


14:00-15:30

Eunah Kim & James Hye Suk Yoon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Online Processing of Reflexives and Pronouns in English as a Second Language: How

Much Are They Constrained by Grammar?


Inyoung Kym (Hanyang Women's University)


C2 303

Chise Kasai1, Jun A. Takahashi2, Natsumi Hattori3, Arisa Iwai4, & Misaki Minoura5 (Gifu University1,3,4,5 & Osaka University2)

Bilingual CognitionThe Relationship between

Perceptual Differences and Second Language Proficiency

William Rago & Seok-hoon You (Korea University)

The Intricacies of Korean Binding: Problems with English L2 Acquisition Research

15:30-15:50

Break

Forum Lecture 2

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


15:50-16:50

Jun-Eon Park (Soongsil University)

Upheaval in English Education in Korea

Shinwoong Lee

(Hanyang University)


HIT 612

16:50-17:00

Break

Forum Lecture 3

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


17:00-18:00

Tania Kuteva (University of Düsseldorf / University

of London)

On the Cyclic Nature of Grammaticalization

Seongha Rhee (Hankuk

University of Foreign Studies)


HIT 612

Programme: Day 2 (June 27, 2012)

Day 2 (June 27, Wednesday)

Forum Lecture 4

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


9:00-10:00

Diana Archangeli & Douglas Pulleyblank (University of Arizona & University of British Columbia)

Emergent Phonology: Evidence from English

Jin-Hyung Kim

(Korea University of Technology and Education)


HIT 612

10:00-10:20

Break

Syntax 3


10:20-11:50

Myung-Kwan Park & Jong-Un Park (Dongguk University)

External Remerge and Linearization in ATB, RNR and PG Constructions


Kensei Sugayama (Kyoto Prefectural University)


HIT 606

Soo Jung Chang (Southern Illinois University)

A Comparative Syntactic Analysis of Conjunctive Particles

Toshiaki Nishihara (Nagasaki University)

T-to-C Movement and from/as-complements in English

Grammaticalization 2


10:20-11:50

Ji-Young Lee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

On Grammaticalization of 'See': A Comparative Analysis of English and Korean


Ji-in Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)


HIT 615


Hyoung youb Kim (Korea University)

Reanalysis of Focus Assignment in English: Based on the Binary Perspectives such as


Modern Language and Protolanguage

Jung Eun Lee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) Divergence and Convergence in Grammaticalization: The Case of between and

among

Education 3


10:20-11:50

David E. Shaffer (Chosun University) English Language Education Tools: The Effectiveness of Learner Journals and

Portfolios


Myongsu Park

(Sangmyung University)


HIT 608

Du-Re Kim (Seoul National University)

Position and Function of Pre-repair-initiator

so in Korean EFL Learners' Conversation

Peter N Ngige (University of Nairobi)

Agreement Relations in L2 Learning

Phonetics & Phonology 3


10:20-11:50

Hyung-Soo Kim (Jeonju University)

Defining Deiotation of /ju/ in British and American English


Sechang Lee (Sookmyung University)


C2 302

Sang-Tae Kim (Cheongju University)

The Contrastive Analysis of Mute Grapheme between English and Korean

Jae-Hyun Sung (University of Arizona)

Frequency Effects in English -ment


Derivatives

Discourse Analysis 1


10:20-11:50

Norherani Moning & Grace Chang Siew Yeng (Malaysian Teacher Education Institute at Ilmu Khas Campus)

The Use of Discourse Markers in Students'

Online Discussion


Mark Campana (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)


C2 301

Soa Seo (Yonsei University)

A Linguistic Analysis of Direct Quotations in NewspapersReportage of the Libyan

Conflict in 2011

Yoko Fujii (Japan Womens University)

Independent Collaboration to Establish Mutual Consent between American English Speakers

An Analysis of the Interaction of a

Problem-solving Task

Sociolinguistics 1


10:20-11:50

Michał B. Paradowski (University of Warsaw)

Computing the Social Dimension of Language Phenomena


Myung-Hee Kim

(Hanyang University)


C2 303


Kyong-Sook Song (Dong-Eui University)

Language Attitudes Toward Standard English and World Englishes: A Case of Korean University Students


Keiko Abe (Kyoritsu Womens University)

A Study of Successful Strategies in Advice Giving Discourse

11:50-14:00

Lunch

Syntax 4


14:00-15:30

Hee-Don Ahn & Sungeun Cho (Konkuk University & Yeungnam University)

Ellipsis and Movement Asymmetries


Myung-Kwan Park

(Dongguk University)


HIT 606

Xiaodong Yang (Zhejiang University of Technology)

The Englishization in Chinese Cyber Expressions: From a Syntactic Perspective

Kensei Sugayama (Kyoto Prefectural University)

Compositionality of have until X to V: Why It Is Not a Phraseological unit

Grammaticalization 3


14:00-15:30

Eunmi Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

From Body to Similarity: Grammaticalization of like


Kyu-Dong Ahn (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)


HIT 615

Sunhee Yae (Chung-Ang University)

Fear-Expressions in English and Korean: A Grammaticalization Perspective

Junghye Baik (Hanbuk University)

On the Emergence of Diverse Functions of

As: A Grammaticalization Perspective


Education 4


14:00-15:30

Gonca Subasi and Ali Merc (Anadolu University)

How Can Pre-service Turkish EFL Teachers Cope with Classroom Management Problems?


Mun Woo Lee (Hanyang University)


HIT 608

Peiling Xing (Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University)

Chinese LearnersView on Progress in Academic Writing Skills over the First Semester in a Two-year EAP Module

Umi Kalthom Abdul Manaf (MARA Secondary Education Division)

Malaysian ESL Learners Use of Modal

Auxiliaries at Primary 5 Level

Phonetics & Phonology 4


14:00-15:30

Suyeon Yun (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

English SpeakersKnowledge of Perceptual Similarity and the Epenthesis Typology


Hyunsong Chung

(Korea National University of Education)


C2 302

Yoonsook Mo (Seoul National University & Chonnam National University)

Prosodic Effects on Consonantal Production in Conversational Speech of American

English

Martin Krämer (University of Tromsø)

English Nasalised Vowels, Lexicon Optimization, and the Nature of OT


Constraints

Pragmatics 2


14:00-15:30

Shaojun Ji (Chinese Culture University)

How Temporal Adverbial Clauses Serve as a "Guidepost" to Their Main Clause


Kyong-Sook Song

(Dong-Eui University)


C2 301

Mark Campana (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)

Tracking the Mental States of Others

Seung-Hoon Han (Sogang University)

A Pragmatic Study of Cognitive Response about Overt vs Covert Message: Visual and Acoustic Media

Acquisition 3


14:00-15:30

Taegoo Chung (Korea University)

Grammatical Development in the L2 Acquisition of English Articles


Eun-Ju Kim (Hanyang Women's University)


C2 303

Nattama Pongpairoj (Chulalongkorn University)

L2 Production and Syntactic Representation: A Case of English Article Substitutions by L1 Thai Learners

Jinsun Choe (University of Hawaii)

Intervention in the Acquisition of Raising

15:30-15:50

Break

Forum Lecture 5


Time


Author & Title


Moderator


Site



15:50-16:50

Danilo T. Dayag (De La Salle University) Exploring the Use of Questions as a Rhetorical Strategy in Classroom Discourse in

Mathematics in Multilingual Contexts


Sun-Woong Kim

(Kwangwoon University)


HIT 612

16:50-17:00

Break

Forum Lecture 6

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


17:00-18:00

Jae-Il Yeom (Hongik University)

Comparisons of Scalar Implicatures and Free Choice Effects


Minpyo Hong

(Myongji University)


HIT 612

Program: Day 3 (June 28, 2012)

Tour
No Academic Programs

Programme: Day 4 (June 29, 2012)

Day 4 (June 29, Friday)

Forum Lecture 7

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


9:00-10:00

Ken-ichi Takami (Gakushuin University)

Remarks on Locative Inversion in English

Sung-Ho Ahn (Hanyang

University)


HIT 612

10:00-10:20

Break

Syntax 5


10:20-11:50

Sun-Woong Kim, Wonil Chung & Myung-Kwan Park (Kwangwoon University, Dongguk University & Dongguk University)

On the Relationship between Linear Proximity and Subject Verb Agreement Mismatch in the Korean L2 Learners of

English: An ERP Study


Kwangho Lee (Gyeongsang National University)


HIT 606

Masahiro Akiyama (Ehime University)

Speculations on Auxiliary Doubling

Jong-Bok Kim (Kyung Hee University)

Copy Raising in English: Interactions between the Lexicon and Constructions

Grammaticalization 4


10:20-11:50

Ji-in Kim (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

The English COME TO Construction and Its Grammaticalization Processes


Sunhee Yae (Chung-Ang University)


HIT 615

Sujin Eom (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

On Semantic Extension and


Grammaticalization of the Verbs of Auditory

Perception

Seongha Rhee (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) Persistence and Division of Labor in Grammaticalization: The Case of Out Of and

From in English

Education 5


10:20-11:50

Su-Yon Yim (Nanyang Technological University)

TeachersBeliefs about Learning English in Korean Context


Heejeong Jeong (Hanyang University)


HIT 608

Byunghyun Jang (Louisiana State University)

Korean MothersAttitudes and Motivations toward Bilingualism and Family Literacy Practices in EFL Context

Kum-Jeong Joo & Isaiah WonHo Yoo (University of Hawaii at Manoa & Sogang University)

Early Articles in English Child Language:

Impostors or Overt Instantiations of Nominal Functional Categories?

Phonetics & Phonology 5


10:20-11:50

Gwanhi Yun (Daegu University)

Effects of Frequency and Phonological Environments on English Palatalization by Korean Speakers


Mira Oh (Chonnam National University)


C2 302


Yongsoon Kang (Sungkyunkwan University)

English Stress Rules: A Pedagogical Suggestion

Sechang Lee (Sookmyung Women's University)

Revisiting Chain Shifts in the Great Vowel Shift

Discourse Analysis 2


10:20-11:50

Josephine Mirador & Gerald von Bourdeau (Sookmyung Women's University & Gimcheon University)

What Makes a Critique? A Discourse Analysis

of Critiques in TESOL and Applied Linguistics


Myung-Hee Kim

(Hanyang University)


C2 301

Hye-Kyung Lee (Ajou University)

Referring Terms in News Headlines

Grace Chang Siew Yeng & Norherani Moning (Malaysian Teacher Education Institute at Ilmu Khas Campus)

Assessment for Learning: The Art and Craft

of Written Feedback via Online Discourse

Cognitive Linguistics 1


10:20-11:50


Marta Gawinkowska & Michał B. Paradowski

(University of Warsaw)

Social Constraints on Emotion-Related Language Choice in Bilinguals


Kyoung-Sun Hong

(Jeju National University)


C2 303


Ryan Spring & Naoyuki Ono (Tohoku University Graduate School of International Culture Studies) Satellitization: New Evidence for Cognitive

Processes in Motion Event Framing


11:50-14:00

Lunch

WELA General Assembly

HIT

612

Semantics 2


14:00-15:30

Shengjian Ni (Wuhan University)

Sense Induction of Percussion/Impact Verbs Based on Language Concept Ontology


Eun-Ju Noh (Inha University)


HIT 606

Chankyu Park (Jungwon University)

The Temporally-Derived Dependent Subject

There

Hyesun Cho & Chungmin Lee (Seoul National University)

Corrective and Other Types of Contrastive

Focus in English

Corpus Linguistics 1


14:00-15:30

Kwanghyun Park & Xiaofei Lu (National Institute of Education in Singapore & Pennsylvania State University) Corpus-based Automatic Analysis of Thematic

Structure in Written English


Hae-Kyung Wee

(Dankook University)


HIT 615

Shirley N. Dita (De La Salle University)

Legal Cross-examination in Asia: A Semantic


and Syntactic Cross-cultural Investigation

Seung-Ah Lee (Ewha Womans University)

Aspectual Verb Constructions and Lexical Aspect

Education 6


14:00-15:30

Kathleen A. Brown (Kurume University) Making Every Word Count: The Use of Word Frequencies in a Language Program

Development and Evaluation Model


Heejeong Jeong (Hanyang University)


HIT 608

Stephen Davis (University of South Carolina Upstate) Computer-Mediated TESOL: Employing Technology to Meet the Global Demand for

English Instruction

Kyoung-Nam Lee (Kangwon National University)

A Study on College StudentsLevels of Recognition of Grammatical Categories

Phonetics & Phonology 6


14:00-15:30

Tae-Jin Yoon (McMaster University)

Variability and Consistency of Speech Rhythm in English


Hyung-Soo Kim (Jeonju University)


C2 302

Eon-Suk Ko & Melanie Soderstrom (University at Buffalo, SUNY & University of Manitoba)

Utterance-final Lengthening in Simulated

Child-directed Speech


Morphology 1


14:00-15:30

JooHyuk Lim & Ariane Macalinga Borlongan (De La Salle University)

Tagalog Particles in Philippine English: The

Cases of Ba, Na, No, and Pa


Hyoung Youb Kim

(Korea University)


C2 301

Yoonjee Hong (University of Cambridge) Possessives Locked up in Words and Phrases: A Cross-linguistic Study on Korean and

English Prenominal Possessives

No-Ju Kim & William Hart (Kyungpook National University & Cyber Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

A Reanalysis of English Articles and Proper

Noun Phrases

Sociolinguistics 2


14:00-15:30

Myung-Hee Kim (Hanyang University)

Ideology in the NewspapersCoverage of the Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake in Japan, Korea, and the U. S.


Hye-Kyung Lee (Ajou University)


C2 303

Erin Fitzgerald & Heesook Kim (Cheongju University) Contrastive Analysis of Responses to Compliments, Apologies and Thanks in

English and Korean

Michael Hadzantonis (Sungshin University)

Developing English Language Pedagogies for


Northeast Asia: Contextually Framing the Transition Theory Release: Routledge, New

York, June, 2012

15:30-15:50

Break

Forum Lecture 8

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


15:50-16:50

Jiun-Shiung Wu (National Chung Cheng University) Temporal Adjectives and Their Syntactic Structure: A Comparative Study of English

and Chinese


Seung Chul Moon

(Korea Aerospace University)


HIT 612

16:50-17:00

Break

Forum Lecture 9

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


17:00-18:00

Haihua Pan & Yingying Wang (City University of Hong Kong)

First Person Indexicals, Chinese Reflexive ziji

and the de se/de re Distinction


Sung-Ho Ahn (Hanyang University)


HIT 612

Programme: Day 5 (June 30, 2012)

Day 5 (June 30, Saturday)

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site

Syntax 6


9:00-10:30

Kyumin Kim (University of Calgary)

Causative and Experiencer have


Xiaodong Yang (Zhejiang University of Technology)


HIT 606

Kwangho Lee & Sunok Kang (Gyeongsang National University)

Categorial Selection of Adjectives and Their

Complement Structures


YoHan An, JooHyuk Lim & Ariane Macalinga Borlongan (De La Salle University)

Tag Questions across Asian Englishes

Semantics 3


9:00-10:30

Chungmin Lee (Seoul National University)

Middle English Negative Concord and Resurge of Negative Polarity


Hye-Sook Kim (Konyang University)


HIT 615

Matthew Uwajeh (University of Benin)

A Contrastive Semantics of English and Nigerian Pidgin English

Young-Ok Lee (Kyung Hee University)

English Participle Adverbials with Interpersonal Functions

Computational Linguistics 1


9:00-10:30

Dong-Sung Kim (Korea University)

Mal Rules for Detecting Grammatical Errors Found among ESL Learners of Korean Speakers, Based on the English Learner Corpus


Byong-Rae Ryu

(Chungnam National University)


HIT 608


Bo Chen (Wuhan University)

Building a Chinese Semantic Resource Based on Feature Structure


Historical Linguistics 1

Wolfgang Viereck (University of Bamberg)

History of English and Onomastics

Phonetics & Phonology 7


9:00-10:30

Geoff Goodman (Korea University & Chung-Ang University)

Acquisition of Socially Appropriate English

Greetings in Adult Korean EFL Students


Gwanhi Yun (Daegu University)


C2 302

Jaeyoung Kim (Seonam University)

Perception of English Obstruents by Korean EFL learners

Sociolinguistics 3


9:00-10:30

Hye-Sook Kim (Konyang University)

Gender Differences in the Functions of English Tag Questions


Myung-Hee Kim

(Hanyang University)


C2 301

Daria Dayter & Sofia Rüdiger (University of Bayreuth)

Hygienic Issues, Ungrateful Guests and

Mixed Feelings: Complaints in Couch Surfing References

Michael Hadzantonis (Sungshin University) Language Contact in South Korea: A Longitudinal Study of Language Contact and

Code Choice Correlation with Social Identity


Acquisition 4


9:00-10:30

Jinsook Kim (University of Hawaii at Mānoa)

Comprehension of Anaphora: VP-ellipsis and

one-substitution in L2 English


Yuah Chon (Hanyang University)


C2 303

Namsil Lim (Konkuk University)

Korean English BilingualsSentence Processing of Relative Clauses in Korean and English

Seokhan Kang, Minpyo Hong & Hyunkee Ahn (Seoul National University, Myongji University & Seoul National University)

The Acquisition of L2 English Focused

Words by Korean Learners

10:30-10:50

Break

Corpus Linguistics 2


10:50-11:50

Gwang-Yoon Goh (Yonsei University)

A Keyword Analysis of the Language of English Newspapers in Korea, China, and Japan


Kyoung-Nam Lee

(Kangwon National University)


HIT 615

Se-Eun Jhang & Shin Chul Hong (Korea Maritime University & Busan University of Foreign Studies)

A Corpus-based Analysis of Journal Article Abstracts Written in English by Korean Authors: A Comparison of English Literature

and English Linguistics


Biolinguistics 1

10:50-11:50

Eo Kyung Lim (Pusan National University)

Are Dimensions of Possession Linguistically Explicable?: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach and the Possible Implications

In-Young Jhee (Korea National Sport University)

HIT 608

Yungdo Yun (Dongguk University)

An ERP-based Account of Perception of English High Front Vowels by Native Speakers of English and Korean

Morphology 2


10:50-11:50

Seung-Ik Back (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

English Demonym Hidden Track: Etymology

& Analogy Beyond Productivity


Weon-Don Jeong

(Semyung University)


C2 301

Chang-Kook Suh & Gisan Park (Baekseok University & Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

English Prefix en- and Righthand Head Rule

Acquisition 5


10:50-11:50

Yoon Hee Jung (Catholic University of Daegu) A Correlation between English Proficiency and Attachment Preferences of Korean

Learners of English


Sunghye Kim (KICE)


C2 303

Eon-Suk Ko (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

Developmental Changes in the Speaking Rate


of Child-Directed Speech

11:50-14:00

Lunch

Forum Lecture 10

Time

Author & Title

Moderator

Site


14:00-15:00

Stephen Wechsler (University of Texas at Austin)

Resultatives and the Problem of Exceptions

Taegoo Chung (Korea

University)


HIT 612

Closing Ceremony


15:00-15:30

Closing Remarks:

Kee-Ho Kim (President, LSK)

Thomas Cable (Keynote Speaker)


Declaration of Closing of the Congress:

Il-Kon Kim (President, WCSEL-1)


Photographing


Sung-Ho Ahn

(Hanyang University)


HIT 612

15:30-17:00

Cocktail Party

Photos: Day 1 (Tue., June 26, 2012)

Photos: Day 2 (Wed., June 27, 2012)

Photos: Day 4 (Fri., June 29, 2012)

Photos: Day 5 (Sat., June 30, 2012)

Venue

Hanyang Institue of Tecnology
Hanyang University
222 Wangsimni-ro, Seongdong-gu
Seoul, 04763
Republic of Korea