Dr Jae-Hoon Jung is Co-director of the Korean Studies Centre at the University of Queensland, Australia. He has undertaken teaching and research works at Griffith University, the University of Queensland, and other universities in Korea for 33 years. He has research interests in Korean language and culture, sociolinguistics, and foreign language teaching.
ArticlesIntroduction: Cities as Open-Ended Place-Making Events The shaping and development of cities can be understood as a “place-making” process. Through the assemblage of diverse human and non-human elements—including various social and natural elements—abstract space gains meaning and is transformed into the more concrete form of place (Jaffe and Koning). Indeed,...Read more