Yao Chunlin


Full Name: 
Chunlin Yao
Academic Rank: Professor 
Affiliation: Tianjin Chengjian University
Address: Department of English Language
                 School of Foreign Languages
                 Tianjin Chengjian University
                  China
Research Interests: Language acquisition; Sociolinguistics; endangered language
Email: yaochunlin@tcu.edu.cn

Background

Prof. Chunlin Yao received his PhD Degree from Minzu University of China in 2011. His research contributes to two areas: sustainable development study and linguistics. In the former area, he focused his study on issues that hinder human sustainable development and talk about ways that in which China can promote sustainable development. In the latter area, he have contributed to the empirical study of language life (such as language use in the society, language speaker’ attitudes toward different language varieties) in modern China, and the influences of a blended learning environment on Chinese college students’ English acquisition. On these research areas he have published eight books and over 50 refereed journal articles. Ten of his academic papers appeared in international journals, and ten others in Chinese Key Journals. His published articles were cited by other scholars over 400 times in totally.

 

Selected Publications

1- Yao, C. (2019). How peer review affects Chinese adult college students’ English writing acquisition in a computer assisted online learning environment?. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1176, No. 2, p. 022044). IOP Publishing.
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Yao, C. (2019). An investigation of adult learners’ viewpoints to a blended learning environment in promoting sustainable development in China. Journal of cleaner production220, 134-143.
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Chunlin, Y., & Yingchun, T. (2018). A Case Study on Traditional Folk Arts in a Rural Community of Jidong District: from Language and Culture Life Perspective. Sinología hispánica. China Studies Review5(2), 75-86.
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Yao, C. (2017). A case study on the factors affecting Chinese adult students’ English acquisition in a blended learning environment. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life Long Learning27(1-2), 22-44.
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Yao, C., & Zuckermann, G. A. (2016). Language vitality and language identity—which one is more important?: Tibetan-Chinese bilingual education in Maketang versus Huazangsi. Language Problems and Language Planning40(2), 163-186.
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Chunlin, Y. (2015). 全球化背景下藏族农村社区的 语言生活——青海省黄南藏族 自治州力加村语言使用及语言 态度研究= The Language Life in a Tibetan Village Community with Globalization: Case Study on Language Use and Attitude in Lijia Village, Huangnan, Qinhai. Sinología hispánica. China Studies Review1(1), 133-144.
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Yao, C., & Cao, H. (2012). How Peer Review Affects Chinese College Students’ English Writing Abilities. Theory & Practice in Language Studies2(3).
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Yao, C. (2017). A case study on the factors affecting Chinese adult students’ English acquisition in a blended learning environment. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life Long Learning27(1-2), 22-44.
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Yao, Chunlin (2016). Study on Vitalities of Chinese Neologism: Perspectives on Language Change and Language Protection. Beijing: Kaiming Press (ISBN 978-7-5131-2798-1; CIP: 2016253368)
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Yao, Chunlin (2018). Comparison Study on Language Protection in China and Abroad. Beijing: Chinese Social Science Press (ISBN 978-7-5203- 0629-4;CIP: 2017150441)