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Name: Jong-mi  Kim
Institution: Kangwon National University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://cms.kangwon.ac.kr/user/kimjm/
State and/or Country: Korea, South   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Phonology
Specialty: L2 Phonology
Subject Language(s): Korean
Selected Publications: * Annotation of a non-native English speech database by Korean speakers
* Cherokee stop consonants
* Computer codes for Korean sounds: K-SAMPA
* Computerized sound dictionary of Korean and English
* English pronunciation dictionaries for Korean EFL learners
* How Different are Learner Speech and Loanword Phonology?
* How different are vowel epentheses in learner speech and loanword phonology
* Insertion preferred to deletion in learner speech: A study of Korean English.
* Issues in Humanities Therapy: An Applied Linguistics Perspective
* Linguistic error analysis of an American child
* Modifier Tensing in Korean: Interface between phonology, lexicon and syntax
* Non-native speech rhythm: a large-scale study of English pronunciation by Korean learners
* Phonetic extension of the official Korean Romanization system
* Phonology and Syntax of Korean Morphology
* Phrasal morphology in Korean
* Reduced Vowel Quality Accounts for Korean Accent of English
* Stress assignment rules in Korean English
* Syllable-timing interferes with Korean learners' speech of stress-timed English
* Towards an interactive pronunciation dictionary for learners
Announced on LINGUIST :  The Grammar of Negation
Courses Taught: Phonology, Phonetics, Morphology, Computational Linguistics



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