[lg policy] Conducting research for Korean language policies

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 16:19:52 UTC 2015


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Research on the actual condition of the Korean language use for
establishing policies

   - Studies on the Korean language abilities of general public and changes
   in the awareness of the Korean language every 5 years
   - Research on the environment of using the Korean language among various
   classes, ages and occupations
   - Research on languages used among overseas Korean, multicultural
   families, people with disabilities, adolescents and
   - North Korean refugees

Research on case studies and trends of domestic and overseas language
policies

   - Analysis of pending issues of domestic and overseas language policies
   - Continuing exchanges with prominent international language policy
   institutions

Supporting the preservation of cultural heritage of the Korean language

   - Research on regional dialects under extinction (9 domestic regions and
   overseas Korean immigrated areas) and everyday
   - words of Korean people
   - Supporting regional dialects competition
   - Developing cultural merchandises for vitalizing regional language
   culture


http://www.korean.go.kr/front_eng/activ/activ_01.do;front=7A392646CBE35D981B89E5E35EA91697
http://www.korean.go.kr/front_eng/activ
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