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Mary Shin Kim
Moore Hall 392
I am an associate professor of Korean linguistics in the Department of EALL at University of Hawai’i at Manoa. My research focuses on investigating the intricate relationship between language and social interaction observed in everyday and institutional settings. I received the 2017 College of Languages, Linguistics, and Literature Junior/Mid-Career Faculty Excellence in Scholarship & Research Award.
Ph.D.; University of California, Los Angeles, Asian Languages and Cultures
M.A.; University of California, Los Angeles, Asian Languages and Cultures
B.A.; Ewha Woman’s University, Political Science
- Discourse-functional linguistics
- Conversation analysis
- Korean language pedagogy
The practice of praising one’s own child in parent-to-parent talk. Discourse Studies 19(5): 536-560. 2017.
Reconstructing misinterpretation and misrepresentation through represented talk in Korean conversation. Text and Talk 35(6), 759-787. 2015.
The complexity and variability of self-deprecation in Korean conversation. Pragmatics and Society 6(3), 399-421. (2015)
Stancetaking in the face of incongruity in Korean conversation. Journal of Pragmatics 83, 57-72. (2015)
A distinct declarative question design in Korean conversation: An examination of turn-final ko questions. Journal of Pragmatics 79, 60-78. (2015)
Initiating repair with and without particles: Alternative formats of other-initiation of repair in Korean conversation (co-authored with S. H. Kim). Research on Language and Social Interaction 47(4), 331-352. (2014)
Reported thought as a stance-taking device in Korean conversation. Discourse Processes 51(3), 230–263. (2014)
Answering questions about the unquestionable in Korean conversation.Journal of Pragmatics 57:138–157. (2013)
Negotiating epistemic rights to information in Korean conversation: An examination of the Korean evidential marker –tamye. Discourse Studies 13 (4): 435–459. (2011)
Integrated Korean (co-authored). Workbook, Beginning 1&2, Intermediate 1&2. Honolulu: UH Press. (2009-2013)