Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
Kim, J., Park, K., & Rim, H. (2018). Does the Engaged Public’s Evaluation of Networking Practices Matter? The Effects of Polarized Attitudes and the Reputation of Networking on Individuals’ WOM Behaviors. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing. Advanced online publication. link
Kim, J., Lewis, S. C., & Watson, B. R. (2018). The Imagined Audience for and Perceived Quality of News Comments: Exploring the Perceptions of Commenters on News Sites and on Facebook. Social Media + Society, 4(1), 1–12. link
Kim, J. (2018). 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. link
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. link
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.
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 the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (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, 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.
Kim, J. (2012). Image Ownership of Political Party and Affective Priming According to Tone of Media Reports: Focusing on the Analysis of Performance and Morality of Party. Paper presented at the annual graduate school students conference of Korean Society for Journalism & Communication Studies, Seoul.