Haruko Cook

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Professor, Japanese Language

Moore Hall 362
1890 East-West Road
Honolulu, HI 96822, USA
Phone: (808) 956-2057
Fax: (808) 956-9515
Email: hkcook@hawaii.edu

Educational Background

Ph.D.; University of Southern California, 1988, Linguistics

M.A.; California State University Long Beach, 1978, Linguistics

B.A.; Sophia University, 1972, English

B.A.; Sophia University, 1970, History

Selected Bibliography

A scientist or salesman? Identity construction through honorifics on a Japanese shopping channel program. Multilingua 23(2): 177-202. 2013.

Are honorifics polite? Uses of referent honorifics in a Japanese committee meeting. Journal of Pragmatics 43: 3655-3672. 2011.

Language socialization and stance-taking practices. In A. Duranti, E. Ochs, & B. Schieffelin (eds.), The Handbook of Language Socialization. Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp.296-321. 2011.

Why can’t learners of JFL distinguish polite from impolite speech styles? In Dawn Archer and Peter Grundy (eds.), The Pragmatics Reader. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 354-370. (originally published in 2001 by Cambridge University Press is chosen as one of the articles that represent the academic field of Pragmatics and reprinted  in The Pragmatics Reader). 2011.

 Socializing Identities through Speech style: Learners of Japanese as a Foreign Language. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. 2008.

Organization of turns, speech styles and postures in a Japanese elementary school. In Junko Mori and Amy Ohta (eds.), Japanese Applied Linguistics: Discourse and Social Perspectives. London: Continuum International Publishing, pp.80-108. 2008.

 Language socialization in Japanese. In Patricia Duff and Nancy Hornbeger (eds.), Encyclopedia of Language and Education: Language Socialization. New York: Springer, pp. 313-326. 2008.

 

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