2022 KACA-AEJMC Program
Welcome to the 105th Annual Conference of the AEJMC
The 105th annual conference of the AEJMC will be held from August 3 to 6, 2022 in Detroit, MI under the theme of “Focusing on the Future Together”.
Research Paper Session, Thursday, August 4, 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Moderating/Presiding: Dr. Jinhyon Kwon, Flagler College
Discussants: Dr. Yeonsoo Kim, University of Texas at Austin (Open Competition) and
Dr. Won-Ki Moon, University of Florida (Student Competition)
* Dr. Wansoo Lee, Dongseo University, Relationship between social capital type and newspaper use: Factors and motives for using the daily newspaper people section of Korean social elites
Dr. Surin Chung, Ohio University, Integrating norm activation model and ethics position theory: A moral decision-making process on mask-wearing behavior
Dr. Sangwon Lee, New Mexico State University, Dr. Jihyang Choi, Ewha Womans University & Chloe (Jae-Kyung) Ahn, University of Pennsylvania, Hate prompts participation: Unraveling the causal relationship between affective polarization and political participation
** Yoosun Ham, Indiana University, Examining the Asian publics’ heuristic-system processing of messages from different sources as predictors of individual activism intentions: Focused on anti-Asian crimes
Kum Hee Jung, Ewha Womans University, Image analysis of blurred scenes in incident and accident TV news in South Korea- Using an automatic detection program of the blur effect scene
*Open Competition Top Paper; **Student Competition Top Paper
Business Meeting, Thursday, August 4, 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Moderating/Presiding: Dr. Yeonsoo Kim, University of Texas at Austin
KACA Networking Dinner, Thursday, August 4, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The KACA Networking Dinner is sponsored by The Korea Foundation, Los Angeles Office. Thanks to the sponsorship, food and beverages will be provided without a participation fee on behalf of KACA. All attendees must register in advance, and more information will be provided at a later date. We look forward to the active participation of graduate students and faculty.