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Dr. Haejin Jang has a PhD in English Linguistics and Education from Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea. Before working at James Cook University, Singapore, Dr. Jang taught a range of international business and English language subjects for several years at Chungnam National University and Konkuk University. 

With a real passion for research, Dr. Jang has published numerous linguistic and international business studies in a range of journals. Some of her most recent works may be found in: World Economy, Sustainability, Social Sciences, the Journal of China Studies, the Journal of Asia TEFL, and the Journal of Linguistic Research amongst others. In order to further develop her understanding of the Business teaching and research discipline, Dr. Jang is also currently a Doctor of Business Administration candidate at the University of Canberra, Australia.

Dr. Jang is currently researching the KKONDAE phenomenon in a South Korean context. The study seeks to better understand the ways in which Generations X, Y, and Z perceive KKONDAE behaviour. She is open to collaborative research projects in the areas of international business, trade, and communication.

Teaching
  • LS0200: English Language Preparatory Program Level 2 (Level 0; SIN)
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  • International business, trade, cross-cultural communication, and language acquisition
Experience
  • 2018 to 2021 - Sessional Lecturer, JCU Singapore
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Socio-Economic Objectives
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