Jisu Kim

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Contact Me

kimx4290@umn.edu
612-625-9824

School of Journalism
Room 111 Murphy Hall
206 Church St SE

Educational Background & Specialties

Educational Background

  • M.A.: Journalism and Mass Communication, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea, 2014.
  • B.A.: Political Science and International Relations, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea, 2011.

Specialties

  • Journalism studies
  • Participatory journalism
  • Digital technologies and Social media
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Audience engagement
Courses Taught
  • JOUR3751 New Media and Culture (Instructor of Record), Summer 2016, Fall 2016
  • JOUR1001 Introduction to Mass Communication (Teaching Assistant)
  • JOUR3004 Information for Mass Communication (Teaching Assistant)
  • JOUR3745 Mass Media and Popular Culture (Teaching Assistant)
  • JOUR4551 New Media and Culture (Teaching Assistant)
Publications
  • Kim, J. (Forthcoming). One Name Can Change Many Things: Influences of Mentioning Political Candidates on Network Agenda-Setting Effects in the 2016 U.S. Election. The Agenda Setting Journal, 2(1), 41–63.
  • Kim, J., & Park, S. –Y. (2017). The Effects of Generational Identification Accessibility and Normative Fit on Hostile Media Perceptions. International Journal of Communication, 11, 2115–2135. (SSCI Journal)
  • Kim, J., & Min, Y. (2016). An Issue Attention Cycle Analysis of the Network Agenda Setting Model: A Case Study of the Nuclear Issue in South Korea. In L. Guo & M. McCombs (Eds.), The Power of Information Networks: New Directions for Agenda Setting (pp.132-143). New York: Routledge.
  • CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
  • Kim, J., Lewis, S. C., & Watson, B. R. (2017). The Imagined Audience for and Perceived Quality of News Comments. Paper presented to the Newspaper and Online News Division of AEJMC, Chicago, IL.
  • Kim, J., & Jang, S. M. (2017). Differences in the Network Agendas of #Immigration in the 2016 Election. Paper presented to the Newspaper and Online News Division of AEJMC, Chicago, IL.
  • Kim, J., & Park, K. (2017). Radical Activist Group and Publics’ Supportive Behaviors on Social Media: The Role of Perceived Reputation of Networking with Stakeholders. Paper presented to the Public Relations Division of ICA, San Diego, CA.
  • Watson, B. R., Myers, M., Kim, J., & Lewis, S. C. (2017). Sounding Off on News Commenting: What Value Does It Have for Civic and Political Participation? Paper presented to the Political Communication Division of ICA, San Diego, CA.
  • Kim, J., Park, K., & Rim, H. (2017). Does Engaged Publics’ Evaluation of Networking Practice Matter?: The Effects of Polarized Attitudes and Reputation of Networking on Publics’ WOM Behaviors. Paper presented at the IPRRC (International Public Relations Research Conference), Orlando, FL.
  • Kim, J. (2016). To Whom Are They Speaking? The Imagined Audience of Online News Comments. Paper presented to the Participatory Journalism Interest Group of AEJMC, Minneapolis, MN. ** Received First Place Student Paper Award
  • Kim, J., & Zhang, Y. (2015). The Influence of Individuals' Racial Identification with Media Characters in Crime Dramas on Moral Judgment: The Moderating Role of Emotional Reactions. Paper presented to the Minorities and Communication Division of AEJMC, San Francisco, CA. **Received Third Place Student Paper Award
  • Kim, J., & Min, Y. (2015). An Attention-Cycle Analysis of the Media and Twitter Agendas of Attributes of the Nuclear Issue. Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of AEJMC, San Francisco, CA.
  • Kim, J., & Park, S. –Y. (2014). Generation Identity, Fit to Prototype, and Hostile Media Perception: Examination of Young South Koreans. Paper presented to the Korean American Communication Association (KACA) of AEJMC, Montreal.
Awards
  • Top Student Paper Award, Participatory Journalism Interest Group, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), 2016
  • Third Place Student Paper Award, Minorities and Communication Studies Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), 2015
  • Graduate Research Partnership Program, University of Minnesota, 2015 ($4,000)