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Dr. Hae-Sung Jeon (BA, MSc, PhD (Cantab)) is Subject Leader in Korean. She teaches a range of modules in Korean Language, cultural studies and linguistics. Her main research interest is in phonetics and phonology.
Prior to joining UCLan in 2012, Dr. Jeon was Research Associate at the Phonetics Laboratory, University of Cambridge (2012). Dr. Jeon is Subject Leader in Korean and teaching a range of modules at different levels in the Korean language, cultural studies, linguistics and research method. Her area of expertise is experimental phonetics and phonology and her research focus has been on rhythm and intonation in Korean, English and second language speakers' speech.
Ph.D. Linguistics (Phonetics), University of Cambridge, 2012
M.Sc. Developmental Linguistics, University of Edinburgh, 2006
B.A. Double major in English Language and Literature, Child Welfare and Studies, Sookmyung Women's University, 2005
H.-S. Jeon & F. Nolan (2013) The role of pitch and timing cues in the perception of phrasal grouping in Seoul Korean, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133(5), 3039–3049
H.-S. Jeon (2010) A phonetic study on phrasing in Seoul Korean, Selected Papers from the 2nd European Conference on Korean Linguistics, pp. 88–101, Jaehoon Yeon & Jieun Kiaer (ed.), Muenchen: Lincom Europa
H.-S. Jeon & F. Nolan (2010) Segmentation of the Accentual Phrase in Seoul Korean, Speech Prosody 2010, 100023:1–4,May 2010, Chicago, USA
Teaching Korean language courses, Background to Korea, and Introduction to Language and Linguistics; Subject Leader in Korean
Member of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians
Dr. Jeon's research has focuses on experimental phonetics and the interface between phonetics and phonology in the first and second language. She has been interested in speech rhythm, intonation and functions of prosody, e.g. grouping and marking communicative functions. Recently, she has extended the scope of her research to segmental phonetic variations and their communicative roles and the paralinguistic use of speech prosody.
H.-S. Jeon (2013). Phonological categories, phonetic gradience and semantic intensification in Seoul Korean, Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia (PaPI), University of Lisbon, 25-26 June
F. Nolan & H.-S. Jeon (2012) Speech rhythm: a mirage?, Perspectives on Rhythm and Timing, Glasgow, UK, 19–21 July (invited talk)
H.-S. Jeon & F. Nolan (2010) Segmentation of the Accentual Phrase in Seoul Korean, Speech Prosody 2010, Chicago, USA, 11–14 May
H.-S. Jeon & M. Zellers (2010), Marking of information structure in (semi-)spontaneous speech: Southern British English and Seoul Korean, The Colloquium of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians, London, 29–31 March
H.-S. Jeon (2008a) A phonetic study on phrasing in Seoul Korean, The 2nd European Conference on Korean Linguistics, SOAS, London, 7–9 August
H.-S. Jeon (2008b) What rhythm metrics don’t capture: a first and second language study with Korean and English, The Colloquium of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians, University of Sheffield, 31 March–2 April
H.-S. Jeon (2008c) Rhythm metrics and second language speech: Korean learners of English, Workshop on Empirical Approaches on Speech Rhythm, UCL, London, 28 March