Sangwon Lee
Sangwon Lee
Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University
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Social distraction? Social media use and political knowledge in two US Presidential elections
S Lee, M Xenos
Computers in human behavior 90, 18-25, 2019
The role of social media in protest participation: The case of candlelight vigils in South Korea
S Lee
International Journal of Communication 12, 18, 2018
Do corrective effects last? Results from a longitudinal experiment on beliefs toward immigration in the US
D Carnahan, DE Bergan, S Lee
Political Behavior 43 (3), 1227-1246, 2021
How partisan newspapers represented a pandemic: the case of the Middle East respiratory syndrome in South Korea
S Lee, JE Paik
Asian Journal of Communication 27 (1), 82-96, 2017
Connecting Social Media Use with Gaps in Knowledge and Participation in Protest Context: The Case of Candle Light Vigil in South Korea
S Lee
Asian Journal of Communication 29, 111-127, 2019
Incidental news exposure via social media and political participation: Evidence of reciprocal effects
S Lee, M Xenos
New Media & Society 24 (1), 178-201, 2022
Probing the mechanisms through which social media erodes political knowledge: The role of the news-finds-me perception
S Lee
Mass communication and society 23 (6), 810-832, 2020
What motivates people to correct misinformation? Examining the effects of third-person perceptions and perceived norms
AZX Koo, MH Su, S Lee, SY Ahn, H Rojas
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 65 (1), 111-134, 2021
Rethinking the virtuous circle hypothesis on social media: Subjective versus objective knowledge and political participation
S Lee, T Diehl, S Valenzuela
Human Communication Research 48 (1), 57-87, 2022
Predicting ai news credibility: communicative or social capital or both?
S Lee, S Nah, DS Chung, J Kim
Communication Studies 71 (3), 428-447, 2020
Platform-dependent effects of incidental exposure to political news on political knowledge and political participation
S Lee, A Nanz, R Heiss
Computers in Human Behavior 127, 107048, 2022
Testing the cognitive involvement hypothesis on social media:'News finds me'perceptions, partisanship, and fake news credibility
T Diehl, S Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 128, 107121, 2022
Community Storytelling Network, Expressive Digital Media Use, and Civic Engagement
S Nah, S Lee, W Liu
Communication Research 49 (3), 327-352, 2022
Social Media, Messaging Apps, and Affective Polarization in the United States and Japan
S Lee, H Rojas, M Yamamoto
Mass Communication and Society, 1-25, 2021
Social media use and social movements and protests
S Lee
The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology, 1-6, 2020
Implications of Counter-Attitudinal Information Exposure in Further Information-Seeking and Attitude Change.
S Lee
Information Research: An International Electronic Journal 22 (3), n3, 2017
Exploring vaccine hesitancy determinants during the COVID-19 pandemic: An in-depth interview study
GI Morales, S Lee, A Bradford, A De Camp, EC Tandoc Jr
SSM-Qualitative Research in Health 2, 100045, 2022
The banality of extremism: The role of group dynamics and communication of norms in polarization on January 6.
L Van Swol, S Lee, R Hutchins
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 2022
Why People Who Know Less Think They Know about COVID-19: Evidence from US and Singapore
S Lee, M Yamamoto, EC Tandoc Jr
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 99 (1), 44-68, 2022
Advancing Communication Infrastructure Theory: The Moderating Roles of Citizen Journalism Practice and Political Trust on Online Civic Participation
S Lee, W Liu, S Nah
Mass Communication and Society, 1-25, 2022
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