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Research interests

Jinhyun Cho is a Senior Lecturer in the Translation and Interpreting Program of the Department of Linguistics at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Her research interests are primarily in the field of sociolinguistics and sociolinguistics of translation & interpreting. Jinhyun's research focuses on intersections between gender, language ideologies, neoliberalism and intercultural communication across diverse social contexts including Australia and Korea. 

Jinhyun is the author of English Language Ideologies in Korea (Springer, 2017) and Intercultural Communication in Interpreting: Power and Choices (Routledge, 2021). She has authored numerous other publications for top international journals. 

Research student supervision

Jinhyun has supervised research projects in sociolinguistics and translation & interpreting. Her main ares of research include English language ideologies, multilingualism, neoliberalism, and sociolinguistics of translation and interpreting. Jinhyun is currently available for HDR supervision. 

Current HDR students

1. Eunjin Heo: Language anxiety and coping strategies among international interpreting students

2. Sunjoo Kim: Exploring Korean address terms in Korean dramas

Completed HDR students

1. Hanna Torsh: PhD; Between shame and pride: Attitudes in bilingual couples of Australia (Winner of the 2019 Michael Clyne Prize for the thesis)

2. Alkhalil Samar Fahad A: PhD; Ideologies of English teaching and learning in Saudi Arabia

3. Alkhalil Samar Fahad A: Master's thesis; Promoting English in Saudi Arabia: A critical discourse analysis of advertisements for private English language teaching institutes 

4. Warnakulasuriya Fernando: Master's thesis; Multilingualism in the public library: An exploration of the collections of five Sydney libraries

5. Eunjin Heo: Master's thesis; Interpreting students’ ability in self-assessment


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