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교과목 설명 - 지위/학위, 소속, 사무실위치, 전화 내용
연구실위치 본관 1330 연구실전화 02-300-0714
연구분야 New Media and Civic Communication; Big Data Analytics/ Machine Learning Algorithms

학력

Ph.D. Communication Studies, University of Michigan—Ann Arbor, 2015

M.A. Mass Communication, Korea University, 2008

B.A. English Language and Literature, Korea University, 2006

주요 경력 및 활동

2021-present Assistant Professor, Department of Digital Media, Myongji University

2018-2021 Assistant Professor, Sejong University

2016-present Associate Director, Debiasing and Lay Informatics (DaLI) Lab

수상경력

2021 Outstanding Teaching Award, Sejong University

2020 8th Start-Up NEST Selection, Korea Credit Guarantee Fund

2019 International Research Network for Social Metacognition and Big Data (Recognition), World Education Research Association

2016 Top Faculty Paper Award, Communication and the Future Division, National Communication Association (NCA)

2013 Top Student Paper Award, Political Communication Division, NCA

2012 The Naomi C. Turner Prize (Best Student Paper Award), World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR)

2007 Award for Excellent Student Paper, Korean Society for Journalism & Communication Studies

학회활동

2021 AI deception detectors in comments sections and user perceptions. 2021 AEJMC Virtual Conference, August 4.

2021 AI-technology for detecting deception in comments sections. 2021 Myongji CFPS International Online Conference, Seoul, Korea, May 14.

2020 Digital lay publics, reverse-evolution, and information market failure. The Korean Society for Journalism & Communication Studies Seminar, Seoul, Korea, June 26.

2019 Identifying online comment rigging by a machine learning analysis. AEJMC 102nd Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 7-10.

2017 Serving the greater social good for personal gain: Incentivizing politeness to civility in online debates. NCA 103rd Annual Convention, Dallas.

2017 When trait becomes situational: The joint effect of fear of isolation and conversational contexts on speaking-out online. 67th ICA Annual Conference, San Diego.

2016 Online talk as civic engagement and online forums as digital public sphere. NCA 102nd Annual Convention, Philadelphia. [Top Faculty Paper Award, Communication and the Future Division]

2016 It’s different when it’s real: Evaluating the hypothetical scenario technique as a measure of opinion expression online. 66th ICA Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.

2015 Conditions for speaking out online: Examining intention and actual behavior. NCA 101st Annual Convention, Las Vegas.

2015 Who actually expresses opinions online, and when?: Comparing evidence from scenario-based and website-based experiments. 2015 AEJMC Annual Conference, San Francisco.

2014 Engagement with political diversity: The nature of citing political messages from the opposing camp. 2014 MAPOR Conference, Chicago.

2013 Citing the other side: The nature of engaging political messages from the opposing camp in the political blogosphere. NCA 99th Annual Convention, Washington. [Top Student Paper Award, Political Communication Division]

2013 Does the horserace really sell?: Examining election news preferences. 2013 AEJMC Annual Conference, Washington.

2013 What is hot online: Originality, traditional media attention, and agenda-setting time lags across topics. 63rd ICA Annual Conference, London, UK.

2012 What we see online: A forerunner or echo of the traditional media messages? 65th Annual WAPOR Conference, Hong Kong. [The Naomi C. Turner Prize for the Best Student Paper]

2012 Selectivity in blogosphere: The potential for exposure to political information in non-political blogs. 65th Annual WAPOR Conference, Hong Kong.

2011 Willingness to speak out: Comparison between online versus offline communication. 64th Annual WAPOR Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands

논문 및 저서

(accepted) User perceptions of AI-based comment filtering technology. American Behavioral Scientist. [SSCI]

(in press) Digital assistants: Inequalities and social context of access, use, and perceptual understanding. Poetics. [SSCI]

2022 Election fraud and misinformation on Twitter: Author, cluster, and message antecedents. Media and Communication. [SSCI]

2022 Serving the greater social good for personal gain: Effects of polite disagreements in online debates. Communication Research. [SSCI]

2021 Fake news threatens liberal democracy: Will artificial intelligence help prevent gaslighting psychotic enemies? Dewey Studies.

2021 Effects of smartphone on economic and subjective quality of life. First Monday. [Scopus]

2021 Machine cleaning of online opinion spam: Developing a machine-learning algorithm for detecting deceptive comments. American Behavioral Scientist. [SSCI]

2021 How fake news differs from personal lies. American Behavioral Scientist. [SSCI]

2019 Who expresses opinions in a hostile online forum environment and when. Mass Communication and Society. [Lead article] [SSCI]

2018 Social media and expressive citizenship: Understanding the relationships between social and entertainment expression on Facebook and political participation. Telematics and Informatics. [SSCI]

2018 Justificatory information forefending in the digital age: Self-sealing informational conviction of risky health behavior. Health Communication. [SSCI]

2017 The topic makes a difference: Hot issues online and their appearance in mainstream offline media coverage. The Journal of Communication and Media Studies.

2016 Getting attention online in election coverage: Audience selectivity in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. New Media & Society. [SSCI]