UC Berkeley PhonLab Annual Report
1.5 Generation Korean Americans: Consonant and Vowel Production of Two Late Childhood Arrivals
- Author(s): Cheng, Andrew
- et al.
This project is about the "in-betweeners". Korean Americans can be grouped according to generational status, beginning with those who were born in Korea and immigrated to the United States (1st generation), and those whose parents were 1st generation and were born in the United States (2nd generation) (Park, 1999; Chun, 2009). Thereafter, successive generations of Korean Americans born and raised in the United States would take on additional numbers (3rd generation, 4th generation, et cetera). However, there is an additional category distinct from the whole number generations: 1.5. Between first and second.