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JUNG, Joo-Young J.

ジョン,ジューヨン | JUNG, Joo-Young J.
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research keywords  (1): Media and Communication
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2016 - 2019 Coming back home: An examination of the importance of community in recovering from disaster in Shnchimachi, Fukushima
  • 2015 - 2015 International Academic Exchange Endowment
  • 2006 - 2007 Comparative Studies of East Asian Adolescents
Papers (23):
  • Jung & Villi. Newspapers and cross-level communications on social media: A comparative study of Japan, Korea, and Finland. Digital Journalism (SSCI). 2018. 6. 1. 58-75
  • Kim & Jung. SNS dependency and interpersonal storytelling: An extension of media system dependency theory. New Media & Society (SSCI). 2017. 19. 9. 1458-1475
  • Jung & Kim. Are you an opinion giver, seeker, or both? Re-examining political opinion leadership in the new communication environment. International Journal of Communication (SSCI). 2016. 10. 4439-4459
  • Jung. Connectedness and disconnectedness to new and old media within different age groups. First Monday. 2016. 21. 8
  • Song, Jung, et al. Trusting social media as a source of health information: Online surveys comparing the United States, Korea, and Hong Kong. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2016. 18. 3. e25
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MISC (4):
  • Jung, J. Socio-psychological recovery from disasters through the neighborhood storytelling network: Empirical research in Shinchimachi, Fukushima. International Journal of Communication. in press
  • Kwesell, A. & Jung, J. A multidimensional analysis of stigma: Findings from a qualitative study of Fukushima residents following Japan’s 2011 nuclear disaster. Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research. 2019. 2. 2
  • Jung. Digital divide and Internet connectedness: After the Great East Japan Earthquake. Literacy for Dialogue in Multilingual Societies, Proceedings of Linguapax Asia Symposium. 2012. 5-18
  • Loges & Jung. Exploring the digital divide: Internet connectedness and age. Communication Research (SSCI). 2001. 28. 4. 536-560
Books (15):
  • Coping with food safety risks: Information sources and responses by residents in Japan in the aftermath of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident
    Routledge
  • The Great East Japan Earthquake and post-disaster Japan
    Routledge
  • Metamorphosis of civic actions post September 11th: From local storytelling networks to national action. In B. Greenberg (Ed.), Communication and Terrorism.
    Hampton Press 2002
  • Civic actions after September 11: A Communication Infrastructure Perspective. In M. Noll (Ed.), Crisis Communications: Lessons from September 11.
    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2003
  • The globalization of everyday life: Visions and reality. In M. Sturken, D. Thomas, & S. Ball-Rokeach (Eds.), Technological Visions: The Hopes and Fears that Shape New Technologies
    Temple University Press 2004
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Lectures and oral presentations  (44):
  • Individual communication connectedness, technology connectedness, and risk perceptions
    (Broadcast Education Association Convention 2000)
  • Were you prepared for the Y2K bugs?: Individual Communication Connectedness, Technology Connectedness, and Risk Perceptions
    (International Communication Association Conference 2000)
  • Globalization on the Internet: National identity and intensive connections
    (First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers 2000)
  • Exploring the digital divide: Internet Connectedness and age. Second Place Paper in Mass Communication and Society Division
    (International Communication Association Convention 2001)
  • Beyond the "digital divide": Internet connectedness and inequality
    (Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication convention 2001)
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Education (3):
  • 1994 - 1998 Yonsei University
  • 1998 - 2001 University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
  • 2001 - 2003 University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
Professional career (3):
  • Ph.D. in Communication (University of Southern California)
  • M.A. in Communication (University of Southern California)
  • B.A. in Communication (Yonsei University)
Work history (4):
  • 2003/09 - 2005/08 Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California Metamorphosis Project Research Associate
  • 2005/11 - 2007/10 University of Tokyo Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
  • 2008/01 - 2008/12 Temple University Japan Campus Lecturer
  • 2008/04 - 2009/03 Rikkyo University Lecturer
Awards (5):
  • 2003/05 - International Communication Association Top Four Student Paper, Political Communication Division, International Communication Association Geo-ethnicity and neighborhood engagement: A communication infrastructure perspective
  • 2002/07 - International Communication Association Top Four Student Paper, Communication & Technology Division, International Communication Association Social context and Internet Connectedness: An examination of the digital divide in adolescents of Seoul, Singapore and Taipei
  • 2001/08 - Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Convention Second Place Paper, Mass Communication and Society Division, AEJMC Exploring the digital divide: Internet connectedness and age
  • 2000/08 - Rochester Institute of Technology Conference Outstanding Student Paper, Rochester Institute of Technology Conference The globalization of everyday life: Visions and realities of social justice in the Internet age
  • 2000/05 - Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, University of Southern California Graduate Student Research Award for the Best Paper in Mass Media, New Technology and Policy
Association Membership(s) (3):
National Communication Association ,  Japan Communication Association ,  International Communication Association
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