김진희 교수 jinheekim@postech.ac.kr
무은재기념관 424호

  • Ph.D. Pennsylvania State Univ., Mass Communications
  • M.A. Univ. of Alabama, Telecommunication & Film
  • M.A. Korea Univ., Mass Communications (Emphasis: Broadcasting)
  • B.A. Korea Univ., Education (Specialization&Teacher Certificate: Home Economics) with minor in Mass Communications
  • 2015.9~PresentPohang University of Science and Technology, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, Associate Professor
  • 2011~2015.8Pohang University of Science and Technology, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, Assistant Professor
  • 2008~2011Cleveland State Univ. School of Communication, Assistant Professor
  • 2007~2008Kent State Univ. School of Communication Studies, Visiting Assistant Professor
  • Social and psychological processing of media
  • Appeal of entertainment media
  • Media and emotion
  • Cross-cultural comparison in mediated communication
  • Kim, J., Kim, H. K., Kim, S., & Lin, S-F. (2019). Cultural trait Vs. personality trait: Predicting the appeal of Korean entertainment among Asian viewers in Singapore, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 63, 285-303.
  • Kim, J., & Eom, K. (2019). Cross-cultural media effects research. In M. B. Oliver, A. A. Raney, & J. Bryant (Eds.) Media effects: Advances in theory and research (pp. 419-434, 4th ed.). New York, NY: Routledge
  • Stavrositu, C. D., & Kim, J. (corresponding author) (2018). Self-Persuasion through mobile applications: Exploring different routes to health behavioral change. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 21, 516-522.
  • Kim, J., & Stavrositu, C.D. (2018). Feelings on Facebook and their correlates with well-being: A moderating role of culture. Computers in Human Behavior, 89, 79-87.
  • Kim, J., & Hyun, K. D. (2017). Political disagreement and ambivalence in new information environment: Exploring conditional indirect effects of partisan news use and heterogeneous discussion networks on SNSs on political participation. Telematics and Informatics, 34, 1586-1596.
  • Kim, J-H., & Kim, J. (2017). The dynamics of polarization and compromise in conflict situations: The interaction between cultural traits and majority-minority influence. Communication Monographs, 84, 128-141.
  • Seo, M., Kim, J., & Yang, H. (2016). Frequent interaction and fast feedback predict perceived social support: Using crawled and self-reported data of Facebook users. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 21, 282-297.
  • Kim, J., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2016). Enjoyment and appreciation as motivators for coping: Exploring the therapeutic effects of media messages on perceived threat. International Journal of Communication, 10, 1786-1808. [*The authors equally contributed to the manuscript.]
  • Kim, J-H., Kim, J., & Park, H. S. (2016). Model comparison in group decision making: Effects of the visual cue conditions on social identification process and compensatory nonconformity process. Communication Research, 43, 159-179.
  • Kim, J. (2016). Cultural differences in media and well-being. In L. Reinecke & M. B. Oliver (Eds.), Handbook of media use and well-being: International perspective on theory and research on positive media effects (pp. 434-447). New York: Routledge.
  • Kim, J., Seo, M., Yu, H-S., & Neuendorf, K. (2014). Cultural differences in preference for entertainment messages that induce mixed responses of joy and sorrow. Human Communication Research, 40, 530-552.
  • Kim, J., Kim, J-H., & Seo, M. (2014). Toward a person x situation model of selective exposure: Repressors, sensitizers, and choice of online news on financial crisis. Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 26, 59-69.
  • Kim, J., & Oliver, M. B. (2013). How do we regulate sadness through entertainment messages? Exploring three predictions. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 57, 374-391.
  • Kim, J. (2012). Beyond simple hedonism: Predicting entertainment preference as a function of discrete affective states. American Journal of Media Psychology, 5, 33-52.
  • Kim, J., & Oliver, M. B. (2011). What combination of message characteristics determines hedonic and counter-hedonic preferences? An examination of the interplay between valence and semantic affinity. Media Psychology, 14, 121-143.