Japanese Linguistics, Applied Linguistics, Conversation Analysis, Sociolinguistics
Professor Mori's research interests center on the application of the methodological framework of “conversation analysis” to the study of talk-in-interaction involving first and second language speakers of Japanese. She is the recipient of the 2003 ACTFL/MLJ Paul Pimsleur Award for Research in Foreign Language Education and the author of Negotiating Agreement and Disagreement in Japanese: Connective Expressions and Turn Construction (John Benjamins, 1999) and co-editor of Japanese Applied Linguistics (with Amy Ohta, Continuum, 2008). Her articles have appeared in a number of journals and edited volumes. She is currently serving as an editorial panel member for Applied Linguistics, Modern Language Journal, and Research on Language and Social Interaction.
1st-8th Semester Japanese, Business Japanese Communication, Language in Japanese Society, Studies in Japanese Linguistics, Seminar in Japanese Linguistics
Mori, J. and Shima, C. 2014. "Co-construction of "doctorable" conditions in multilingual medical encounters: cases from urban Japan." Applied Linguistics Review 5(1): 45-72.
Mori, J. 2014. “The reexamination of so-called ‘clefts’: A study of multiunit turns in Japanese talk-in-interaction.” In K. Kabata, and T. Ono. (eds.). Usage-Based Approaches to Japanese Grammar: Towards the Understanding of Human Language. Amsterdam John Benjamins, pp. 193-222.
Mori, J. 2012. Social and Interactive Perspectives on Japanese Langauge Proficiency: Learning through Listening Towards Advanced Japanese. University Park, PA: CALPER Publications.
Mori, J. and Koschmann, T. 2012. "Good reasons for seemingly bad performance: competences at the blackboard and the accountability of a lesson." In G. Rasmussen, C.E. Brouwer, and D. Day (Eds.) Evaluating Cognitive Competences in Interaction (pp. 89-117). Amesterdam: John Benjamins.
Mori, J. 2012. "Tale of two tales: locally produced accounts and memberships during research interviews with a multilingual speaker." Modern Langauge Journal 96 (4): 489-506.
Mori, Y. and Mori, J. 2011. “Review of recent research (2000-2010) on learning and instruction with specific reference to L2 Japanese.” Language Teaching 44 (4): 447-484.
Mori, J. 2010. "Learning language in real time: A case study of the Japanese demonstrative pronoun are in word search sequences." In G. Kasper, H. t. Nguyen, D. R. Yoshimi, and J. K. Yoshioka (Eds.), Pragmatics and Language Learning Volume 12 (pp. 13-40). Honolulu: University of Hawai'i National Foreign Language Resource Center.
Mori, J. and Markee, N. (eds.) 2009. Special Issue: Language learning, cognition, and interactional practices. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 47
Mori, J. 2009. “The social turn in second language acquisition and Japanese pragmatics research: Reflection on ideologies, methodologies and instructional implications.” In N. Taguchi (ed.), Pragmatic Competence (pp. 335-358). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Mori, J. and Ohta, A. S. (eds.) 2008. Japanese Applied Linguistics: Discourse and Social Perspectives. London: Continuum.
森 純子. 2008. 会話分析を通しての「分裂文」再考察．社会言語科学 10(2): 29-41.
Mori, J. 2007. “Exploring the intersection of Second Language Acquisition, Conversation Analysis, and Foreign Language Pedagogy.” Modern Language Journal 91 (5): 847–860.
Mori, J. 2007. “Reconstructing the participants’ treatments of ‘interculturality’: Variations in data and methodologies.” Pragmatics 17 (1): 123-141.
Mori, J. and Hayashi, M. 2006. “The achievement of intersubjectivity through embodied completions: A study of interactions between first and second language speakers.” Applied Linguistics 27 (2): 195-219.
Mori, J. 2006. “The workings of the Japanese token hee in informing sequences: An analysis of sequential context, turn shape, and prosody.” Journal of Pragmatics 38 (8): 1175-1205.
Mori, J. 2005. “Why not why?: The teaching of grammar, discourse, and sociolinguistic and cross-cultural perspectives.” Japanese Language and Literature 39 (2): 255–289.