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Olin Center 336
Medford, MA 02155
Phone: 617-627-2373
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Shaomei Wang
Lecturer of Chinese Program

Education
Ph.D., University of Arizona

Selected Publications

Books:

  • Goodman, K., Wang, S., M. Iventosch, & Goodman, Y. (Eds., 2011). Reading in Asian Languages: Making sense of written texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Routledge

Book Chapters/Journal Papers:

  • Wang, S. and Goodman, K. (2014). Making Sense of Chinese Reading: Yi and Xing. OJML, 4, 621-640.
     
  • Wang, S. (2011). The Taxonomy of Chinese reading miscues. In K. Goodman, S. Wang, M. Iventosch, and Y. Goodman (Eds.) Reading in Asian Languages: Making sense of written texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Routledge
     
  • Wang, S. (2011). Chinese writing reform: A socio-psycholinguistic perspective. In K. Goodman, S. Wang, M. Iventosch, and Y. Goodman (Eds.) Reading in Asian Languages: Making sense of written texts in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Routledge.
     
  • Wang, S. (2009) A guessing game in Chinese reading. In K. Goodman (Ed.) Reading as a psycholinguistic guessing game. Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking.
     
  • Wang, S. & Goodman, Y. (2007). Making sense of written Chinese: A study of L2 Chinese readers’ miscues. In K. Goodman, A. Flurkey & E. Paulson (Eds.) Scientific realism in studies of reading. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Pp.161-180
     
  • Wang, S., & Goodman, Y. (2007). Ideographic orthography: A linguistic description of written Chinese and its cueing systems. In K. Goodman, A. Flurkey, & E. Paulson (Eds.) Scientific realism in studies of reading. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Pp.199-225
     

Reviews:

  • Wang, S. (2014) Cultural Chinese: Readings in Art, Literature, and History by Chen, Zuyan, & Hong Zhang. Modern Language Journal.
     
  • Wang, S. (2008) Chinese Odyssey: Innovative Chinese Courseware by Wang Xueying, Li-Chuang Chi, & Liping Feng. Modern Language Journal.