A Day in Korean (KAQI)

Theme: What’s Going On?: Sharing the Work of Korean Qualitative Researchers

Organized by Korean Association of Qualitative Inquiry

Managing co-chairs:

Youngcook Jun(Sunchon National Univeristy) : ycjun@sunchon.ac.kr

Jeong Hee Kim(Texas Tech University) : jeong-hee.kim@ttu.edu  

“A Day in Koreanwill be initiated at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on May 18, 2018. The aim of Korean SIG is to exchange research ideas and share the work of Koran qualitative researchers in various academic areas. The academic board members of KAQI will accept papers related to a wide variety of topics concerning qualitative research in Korea. The participant can use either Korean or English for the presentation.

Call for Proposals

We expect to have 2 or 3 panel presentations. Each panel will have 4-5 presenters according to research topics. Submissions should include both an English (150-word) and/or Korean (300-word) abstract. Korean graduate students as well as scholars are welcomed for their informal presentations regarding on-going projects.

Authors of successful proposals accepted by the KAQI review process will be notified a few weeks after the submission deadline.