2019 KACA NCA Program

The 2019 NCA conference, held in Baltimore, MD, will proudly hold several KACA sessions and social events. We hope to see everyone at the conference.

Sessions

Friday, Nov. 15, 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Session 1: Communication for Survival in Asia

Session Date & Time: Friday, November 15, 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Session Location: Baltimore Convention Center Room 345

Sponsor/Co-sponsors

Korean American Communication Association

Chinese Communication Association

Chair Yang-Soo Kim, Middle Tennessee State University

Respondent Eun-Jeong Han, Salisbury University   

Can we be on the same team? Examining the effect of North Korean defectors’ self-disclosure and accent on South Koreans’ intention to cooperate

Jong In Lim, Korea University

Sung Bin Youk, Korea University

JunHyung Han, Korea University

Hee Sun Park, Korea University

China’s Belt and Road Initiative: A Pentadic Cartography of Xi Jinping’s Keynote in the Belt and Road Forum

Zhou Li, Southwest Jiaotong University

Nationalism, Orientalism, and the Neoliberal Discourse of Survival: A Critical Revisit to the 2005 Cloning Fraud

Inkyu Kang, Penn State University Erie – Behrend College

Reciprocity and swearing in anonymous computer-mediated communication: The case of Hong Kong-Mainland China conflict

Yu-Leung Ng, Hong Kong Baptist University

Yunya Song, Hong Kong Baptist University

Yu Huang, Hong Kong Baptist University

America’s Bond Girl and Korea’s Heroic Queen: Racialized Gendered Nationalism in Olympic Figure Skating

Chuyun Oh, San Diego State University

Friday, Nov. 15, 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Session 2: Health and Environmental Communication in East Asia 

Session Date & Time: Friday, November 15, 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

Session Location: Baltimore Convention Center Room 345

Sponsor/Co-sponsors  

Chinese Communication Association

Korean American Communication Association

Chair Wenjing Xie, Marist College

Respondent Feifei Chen, College of Charleston

A Cross-Cultural Examination of Construal-Level Theory on Environmental Behaviors

Ezgi Ulusoy, Michigan State University

Hee Sun Park, Korea University

Soe Yoon Choi, State University of New Paltz

Hye Eun Lee, Ewha Womans University 

Culture counts: Exploring culture variations in stigma surrounding schizophrenia in U.S. and Chinese online news

Yiyi Yang, University of North Carolina

Investigating Social Proliferation in Korean College Students’ Smoking Perceptions and Behaviors

Yolungju Shin, Arizona State University

Rebecca B. Leach, Arizona State University

Yu Lu, University of Texas Medical Branch

Mapping Anti-Smoking Communication Scholarship in Mainland China through Published Research 1989-2019: What Do We Know and Where Are We Going?

Rui Zhao, Renmin University

Jiaying Liu, University of Georgia

Shiwen Wu, Wuhan University   

Patient-Centered Communication Mediates the Relationship between Health Information Acquisition and Patient Trust in Physicians: A Five-Year Trend in China  

Liping Liu, National University of Singapore

Shaohai Jiang, National University of Singapore 

Saturday, Nov. 16, 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Session 3: (Hi)stories and Voices of Survivors: Korean Immigrants and Sojourners across the World

Session Date & Time: Saturday, November 16, 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.

Session Location: Baltimore Convention Center Room 348

Sponsor/Co-sponsors  

Korean American Communication Association Panel Discussion Session 

Chair Eun-Jeong Han, Salisbury University  

Presenter (s)

Eun-Jeong Han, Salisbury University  

Min Wha Han, Angelo State University

JongHwa Lee, Angelo State University

Soo-Hye Han, Kensas State University

Choonghee Han, Hope College

Yang-Soo Kim, Middle Tennessee State University

Benjamin Han, Tulane University 

KACA Social/Dinner

Date & Time: Friday, November 15, 6:30pm

Location: TBA

We will meet at the front gate of the Baltimore Convention Center at 6:00pm.

There will be an award ceremony for Top Faculty Paper and Travel Grant during this event.

Please do RSVP to Dr. Jaehyeon Jeong (jaehyeon@temple.edu;917-533-4089) by Oct 31 (Thursday) if you are interested in and plan to attend.  

KACA Graduate Student Social/Lunch

Date & Time: Thursday, November 14, Noon (12:00 pm)

Location: TBA

Lunch is complimentary on a first-come, first-served basis for up to 20 graduate student participants. 

Please do RSVP to Hyung-Min Kim (hkim123@gsu.edu; 678-365-6358) by Oct 31 (Thursday) if you are interested in and plan to attend.  

KACA Mentor & Mentee Meeting

Date & Time & Location: Varied

Mentor and his/her mentee will be faired up by KACA NCA subcommittee members and will be notified by Nov 4 (Mon). Each mentor & mentee couple will meet at NCA in their own convenient time and place.      

Please contact Dr. Gooyong Kim (erosandcivilization@gmail.com; 267-205-3329) by Oct 31 (Thursday) if you are interested in being a mentor or mentee.

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