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Mary Shin Kim
Assistant Professor, Korean
Moore Hall 392
Ph.D.; University of California, Los Angeles, 2006, Korean Linguistics
M.A.; University of California, Los Angeles, 1999, Korean History
B.A.; Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, Korea, 1995, Political Science
- Discourse-functional linguistics
- Conversation analysis
- Korean linguistics
- Second language acquisition of Korean
- Korean language pedagogy
Kim, M. S. (in press 2016). The complexity and variability of self-deprecation in Korean conversation. Pragmatics and Society.
Kim, M. S., & Kim, H. S. (2014). Initiating repair with and without particles: Alternative formats of other-initiation of repair in Korean conversation. Research on Language and Social Interaction 47(4), 331-352.
Kim, M. S. 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.
The mental lexicon of low-proficiency Korean heritage learners. Heritage Language Journal 10(1):17–35. 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)