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Linguistic Diversity and Social Justice

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Language Evolution: The Windows Approach

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Main Address 29-162, Yongdu-Dong
Dongdaemun-Gu
Seoul
Seoul
130-070
Korea, South
Main URL http://pjbook.com
 
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Pagijong Press is an independent academic publishing firm located in Seoul. In South Korea, it gained fame with publishing 1,000 books and journals in the humanities, i.e., linguistics, literature, and Koreanology. It sets goal at introducing Korean linguistics & literature all over the world and translating achievements of scholars in linguists to relevant researchers into Korean. Furthermore, it aims to organize a collaboration of Korean and foreign scholars and to publish their achievements. See http://pjbook.com. (At the moment, Pagijong Press is making the English part of its home page.)