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Dam Hee Kim
Dam Hee Kim
Assistant Professor of Communication, University of Arizona
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Incidental Exposure, Selective Exposure, and Political Information Sharing: Integrating Online Exposure Patterns and Expression on Social Media
BE Weeks, DS Lane, DH Kim, SS Lee, N Kwak
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 22 (6), 363-379, 2017
1902017
From Online Disagreement to Offline Action: How Diverse Motivations for Using Social Media Can Increase Political Information Sharing and Catalyze Offline Political Participation
DS Lane, DH Kim, SS Lee, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Social Media+ Society 3 (3), 2056305117716274, 2017
742017
Social Media Expression and the Political Self
DS Lane, SS Lee, F Liang, DH Kim, L Shen, BE Weeks, N Kwak
Journal of Communication 69 (1), 49-72, 2019
542019
Perceptions of Social Media for Politics: Testing the Slacktivism Hypothesis
N Kwak, DS Lane, BE Weeks, DH Kim, SS Lee, S Bachleda
Human Communication Research 44 (2), 197-221, 2018
522018
Perceptions of mis-or disinformation exposure predict political cynicism: Evidence from a two-wave survey during the 2018 US midterm elections
SM Jones-Jang, DH Kim, K Kenski
New Media & Society 23 (10), 3105-3125, 2021
262021
Hostile Media Perceptions in the Age of Social Media: Following Politicians, Emotions, and Perceptions of Media Bias
BE Weeks, DH Kim, LB Hahn, TH Diehl, N Kwak
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (3), 374-392, 2019
262019
청소년 미디어 레퍼토리에 관한 연구
이미영, 김담희, 김성태
한국언론학보 54 (1), 82-106, 2010
252010
Why do people share political information on social media?
DH Kim, SM Jones-Jang, K Kenski
Digital Journalism 9 (8), 1123-1140, 2021
182021
From observation on social media to offline political participation: The social media affordances approach
DH Kim, NB Ellison
New Media & Society, 1461444821998346, 2021
132021
Media Diversity Policies for the Public: Empirical Evidence Examining Exposure Diversity and Democratic Citizenship
DH Kim, N Kwak
Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 10.1080/08838151.2017.1375498, 2017
132017
Explaining the diversity deficit: Value-trait consistency in news exposure and democratic citizenship
DH Kim, J Pasek
Communication Research 47 (1), 29-54, 2020
112020
Now we’re talking? Understanding the interplay between online selective and incidental exposure and their influence on online cross-cutting political discussion
N Kwak, DS Lane, BE Weeks, DH Kim, SS Lee
Social Science Computer Review 40 (3), 579-597, 2022
82022
The triangle of minority ownership, employment and content: A review of studies of minority ownership and diversity
DH Kim
Unpublished manuscript submitted to the Federal Communications Commission, 2011
72011
Brand Extension Strategies in the Film Industry: Factors behind Financial Performance of Adaptations and Sequels
DH Kim
International Journal on Media Management 21 (3-4), 161-176, 2019
62019
OTT and live streaming services: Past, present, and future
S Kim, H Baek, DH Kim
Telecommunications Policy 45 (9), 102244, 2021
52021
A comparative study: Performance of Hollywood and Korean sequel films in Korea
DH Kim, S Kim
Journal of Media Economics, 1-14, 2020
42020
Unfriending and Muting During Elections: The Antecedents and Consequences of Selective Avoidance on Social Media
DH Kim, SM Jones-Jang, K Kenski
Mass Communication and Society 25 (2), 161-184, 2022
22022
Diversity Policies in the Media Marketplace: A Review of Studies of Minority Ownership, Employment, and Content
DH Kim
International Journal of Communication 10, 20, 2016
22016
Sharing and Commenting Facilitate Political Learning on Facebook: Evidence From a Two-Wave Panel Study
DH Kim, BE Weeks, DS Lane, LB Hahn, N Kwak
Social Media+ Society 7 (3), 20563051211047876, 2021
12021
Are Social Media Worth It for News Media?: Explaining News Engagement on Tumblr and Digital Traffic of News Websites
DH Kim, M Desai
International Journal on Media Management 23 (1-2), 2-28, 2021
12021
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