Department   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies  Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies
   Position   Professor
Language Japanese
Publication Date 2020/12
Type Academic Paper
Peer Review Peer reviewed
Title Identity formation of a child who grew up in a multi-language environment: An autoethnographic case study
Contribution Type Single author
Journal JAAL in JACET Proceedings
Journal TypeAnother Country
Publisher Japan Association of Applied Linguistics
Volume, Issue, Page (3),pp.109-116
Total page number 8
Author and coauthor Mami YOSHIDA
Details This autoethnography based investigation considers how a second generation Korean immigrant student who grew up in multiple countries (France, Korea, and Japan) constructs her inter-cultural identities. Placing her experiences, I (auto)ethnographically examined how she navigated her intercultural identities, using a mixed method approach called PAC (Personal Attitude Construct) analysis developed by Naito (1997), which is designed to reveal inner constructs through selection of stimulus words tailored to a particular purpose.