PEOPLE

 


Whasun Jho, Principal Investigator

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Education
Ph.D., Political Science, Northwestern University
M.A., Political Science, Yonsei University
B.A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas
Political Economy of Information and Communication Technology
Politics of Information Society/e-Government
Governance in the Information Age

E-mail
wsjho@yonsei.ac.kr

Publications
Building telecom markets: evolution of governance in the korean mobile telecommunication market. London: Springer
『사이버 공간의 문화코드』 서울: 한울아카데미.
『한국 정당의 미래를 말하다』 서울: 한울아카데미.
“Institutional and technological determinants of civil e-Participation: Solo or duet?” Government Information Quarterly.
“Socioeconomic Contexts of Government Expenditure Across OECD Countries: A Complementary Perspective From Trust and State-Business Relations.” Administration & Society. 47(2) 122–150.
“Hegemonic Disputes and the Limits of the ASEAN Regional Forum.” PACIFIC FOCUS, 29(2): 237-259
“Ideas, Networks, and Policy Change: Explaining Strategic Privatization in Korea.” KOREA OBSERVER, 45(2): 179-210.


Young Min Baek, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Communication, University of Pennsylvania.
M.A., Communication, Iowa State University.
M.A., Communication, Seoul National University.
B.S., Communication, Yonsei University.

Research Areas

Interaction between people and messages.
Public Opinion Research.
Audience Research (new media as well as conventional mass media), especially measurement of media exposure.
Quantitative research methods.
Big Data: how to use it and how it influences our way of life.

E-mail
ymbaek@yonsei.ac.kr

Publications

Shin, H. K., & Baek, Y. M. (2015). Forms of Expression of Angry Voters and Sad Voters: the Effects of Discrete Emotions and Emotional Expression on the Voting Participation through Approach-Avoidance Action Tendencies. Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research, 2(4), 248-278.
Baek, Y. M. & Kim, H. M. (2016). Cultural Distance and Foreign Drama Enjoyment: Perceived Novelty and Identification with Characters. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media [SSCI, main & corresponding author].
Kim, K., Baek, Y. M., Kim, N. (2015). Online news diffusion dynamics and public opinion formation: A case study of the controversy over judges’ personal opinion expression on SNS in Korea. The Social Science Journal. 52(2), 205-216. [SSCI, co-author]
Baek, Y. M. (2015). Relationship Between Cultural Distance and Cross-cultural Music Video Consumption on YouTube. Social Science Computer Review. 33(6), 730-748.
Baek, Y. M. (2015). Political Mobilization Through Social Network Sites: The Mobilizing Power of Political Messages Received From SNS Friends. Computers in Human Behaviors, 44, 12-19. [SSCI, single author]
Baek, Y. M., & Jung, C. S. (2015). Focusing the mediating role of institutional trust: How does interpersonal trust promote organizational commitment? The Social Science Journal. 52(4), 481-489.
백영민 (2016). 《R을 이용한 사회과학데이터 분석: 응용편》. 서울: 커뮤니케이션 북스.
백영민 (2015). 《R을 이용한 사회과학데이터 분석: 기초편》. 서울: 커뮤니케이션 북스.


Kyu Sup Hahn, Co-Principal Investigator

 

Education

Ph.D., Communication, Stanford University

Research Areas

Political Communication

E-mail
kyuhahn@snu.ac.kr

Publications

Iyengar, S., & Hahn, K. S. (2009). Red media, blue media: Evidence of ideological selectivity in media use. Journal of Communication, 59(1), 19-39.

Iyengar, S., Hahn, K. S., Krosnick, J. A., & Walker, J. (2008). Selective exposure to campaign communication: The role of anticipated agreement and issue public membership. The Journal of Politics, 70(1), 186-200.

Hahn, K. S., Ryu, S., & Park, S. (2015). Fragmentation in the Twitter Following of News Outlets The Representation of South Korean Users’ Ideological and Generational Cleavage. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 92(1), 56-76.

Hahn, K. S., Lee, H. Y., Ha, S., Jang, S., & Lee, J. (2018). The Influence of “Social Viewing” on Televised Debate Viewers’ Political Judgment. Political Communication, 35(2), 287-305.


Shang E. Ha, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Political Science, The University of Chicago
M.A., Political Science, The University of Chicago
M.A., International Relations, Seoul National University
B.A., International Relations, Seoul National University

Research Areas

Political Psychology
Public Opinion and Voting Behavior
Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration

E-mail
shang.e.ha@gmail.com

Publications

– 하상응. 2018. “한국 유권자의 포퓰리즘 성향이 정치행태에 미치는 영향(How Populist are South Korean Voters? Antecedents and Consequences of Individual-level Populism).” 『의정연구』 24(1): 135-170.

– 하상응, 이보미. 2017. “정당과 정치인에 대한 호감도의 심리적 결정 요인들: 우파 권위주의 성향과 사회지배 성향을 중심으로(Right-wing Authoritarianism, Social Dominance Orientation, and South Koreans’ Attitudes toward Political Parties and Politicians).” 『한국정당학회보』 16(1): 5-37.

– Ha, Shang E. and Seung-Jin Jang. (2016). “National Identity in a Divided Nation: South Koreans’ Attitudes toward North Korean Defectors and the Reunification of Two Koreas.” International Journal of Intercultural Relations 55: 109-119.

– Ha, Shang E., Soo Jin Cho, and Jeong-Han Kang. 2016. “Group Cues and Public Opposition to Immigration: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in South Korea.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(1): 136-149.

– Ha, Shang E., and Richard R. Lau. 2015. “Personality Traits and Correct Voting.” American Politics Research 43(6): 975-998.


Jeong-han Kang, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Sociology, The University of Chicago
M.A., Sociology, Seoul National University
B.S., Mathematics, Seoul National University

Research Areas

Mathematical Sociology, Web Science, Complexity, Organizations and Economic Sociology, Quantitative Methodology, Adolescence, Health and Aging

E-mail
jkan9130@gmail.com

Publications

– 송준모, 강정한*. 2018. “메갈리아의 두 딸들 : 익명성 수준에 따른 온라인 커뮤니티의 정체성 분화(Two Daughters of Megalia: Identity Differentiation in Response to the Anonymity Level in Online Community).”『한국사회학』52(4): 161-206.

– Kang, Jeong-han* and Da Young Chung. 2017. “Homophily in an Anonymous Online Community: Sociodemographic vs. Personality Traits.” Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20(6): 376-381. https://doi.org/10.1089/cyber.2016.0227

– Kang, Jeong-han, Jibum Kim, and Min-Ah Lee*. 2016. “Marital Status and Mortality: Does Family Structure in Childhood Matter?” Social Science and Medicine 159(June): 152-160. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.05.010

– Ha, Shang E., Soo Jin Cho, and Jeong-Han Kang*. 2015. “Group Cues and Public Opposition to Immigration: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in South Korea.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(1): 136-149.

– Kang, Jeong-han*, Seung-Yeal Ha, Kyungkeun Kang, and Eunhee Jeong. 2014. “How Do Cultural Classes Emerge from Assimilation and Distinction?: An Extension of the Cucker-Smale Flocking Model.” Journal of Mathematical Sociology 38(1): 47-71.


Jibum Kim, Co-Principal Investigator


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Ph.D., Sociology, The University of Chicago
M.A., Sociology, The University of Chicago
B.A., Sociology, George Washington University

Research Areas

Sociology of Aging, Survey Research Method

E-mail
jbk7000@gmail.com

Publications

– 김지범, 장덕현, 김솔이, 강정한. 2019. “조사 동향: 여론조사에 대한 조사(Poll trends: Surveys on Surveys).” 『조사연구』 20(1): 131-164.

– 김지범, 김솔이, 강정한. 2017. “ 서베이조사실험을 통한 폐쇄형과 개방형 설문 응답 차이: 2016년 한국종합사회조사(Survey Experiment on Close-Ended and Open-Ended Questions: 2016 Korean General Social Survey).” 『조사연구』18(4): 127-147.

– Tom W. Smith and Jibum Kim. 2015. “A Review of Survey Data-Collection Modes.” Sociological Theory and Methods 30(2): 185-200.

– Jibum Kim, Hee-Choon Shin, Zohn Rosen, Jeong-han Kang, Jennifer Dykema, Peter Muennig. 2015. “Trends and Correlates of Consenting to Provide Social Security Numbers: Longitudinal Findings from the General Social Survey (1993-2010).” Field Methods 27(4): 348-362.

– Tom W. Smith and Jibum Kim. 2013. “An Assessment of the Multi-level Integrated Database Approach” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 645: 185-221.


Michael W. Macy, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Sociology, Harvard University
M.A., Education, Stanford University
B.A., Government, Harvard University

Research Areas

Human Behavior, Social Interaction, Computational Social Science

E-mail
mwm14@cornell.edu

Publications

– Golder, S. A., & Macy, M. W. (2014). Digital footprints: opportunities and challenges for online social research. Sociology, 40(1), 129.

– Macy, M., DellaPosta, D., & Shi, Y. (2015). Why Do Liberals Drink Lattes? 1. American Journal of Sociology, 120(5), 1473-1511.

– Park, P., Weber, I., & Macy, M. (2015). The mesh of civilizations in the global network of digital communication. PloS one, 10(5), e0122543.

– Park, P. S., Blumenstock, J. E., & Macy, M. W. (2018). The strength of long-range ties in population-scale social networks. Science, 362(6421), 1410-1413.

– Park, M., Thom, J., Mennicken, S., Cramer, H., & Macy, M. (2019). Global music streaming data reveal diurnal and seasonal patterns of affective preference. Nature Human Behaviour, 3(3)


Dhavan V. Shah, Co-Principal Investigator

 

Education

Ph.D., Mass Communication, University of Minnesota
M.A., Mass Communication, University of Minnesota
B.S., Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Research Areas

message framing and processing
mass and interpersonal communication
computer-mediated interactions

E-mail
dshah@wisc.edu

Publications

V. Shah, Nojin Kwak, R. Lance Holbert, D. (2001). ” Connecting” and” disconnecting” with civic life: Patterns of Internet use and the production of social capital. Political communication, 18(2), 141-162.

Shah, D. V., Cho, J., Eveland Jr, W. P., & Kwak, N. (2005). Information and expression in a digital age: Modeling Internet effects on civic participation. Communication research, 32(5), 531-565.

Gil de Zúñiga, H., Veenstra, A., Vraga, E., & Shah, D. (2010). Digital democracy: Reimagining pathways to political participation. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 7(1), 36-51.

Zhang, Y., Shah, D., Foley, J., Abhishek, A., Lukito, J., Suk, J., … & Garlough, C. (2019). Whose Lives Matter? Mass Shootings and Social Media Discourses of Sympathy and Policy, 2012–2014. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 24(4), 182-202.


Jae-mook Lee, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Political Science, University of Iowa.
M. A., Political Science, Yonsei University
B. A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas

political process.
Korean politics.
American politics
Methodology of Political Science

E-mail
jaemook@gmail.com

Publications

– Jaemook Lee, Youngdeuk Park, and Gidong Kim. 2018. “Social Media and Regional Voting Behavior: The Case of the 19th Presidential Election in South Korea.” Issues and Studies 54(3)

– Jho, Whasun, Lee, Jaemook, Min, Song and Kim, E.H.J. (2017). “Ideological Bias and Extremism among Twitter Networks in South Korea.” Taiwanese Political Science Review, 21(2), 235-276.

– Hansoo Lee and Jae-Mook Lee. 2015 “Televised Presidential Debates and Learning in the 2012 Korean Presidential Election: Does Political Knowledge Condition Information Acquisition?” International Journal of Communication (SSCI) Vol 9.


Wonjae Lee, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Sociology, The University of Chicago
M.A., Sociology, Yonsei University
B.A., Sociology, Yonsei University

Research Areas
Social Stratification, Social Networks, Organization Theory

E-mail
wnjlee@gmail.com

Publications

– Escalation of competition into conflict in competitive networks of Formula One drivers (Henning Piezunka, Richard Haynes, and Matthew Bothner 2018, March 26th, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America)

– What Data on Formula One Crashes Suggests About Workplace Rivalries (Henning Piezunka, Richard Haynes, and Matthew Bothner 2018, May 4th, Harvard Business Review)

– Why Do People Move? Enhancing Human Mobility Prediction Using Local Functions Based on Public Records and SNS Data (with Jungmin Kim, Juyong Park, 2018, PLOS ONE)


Juyong Park, Co-Principal Investigator

 

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Ph.D., Physics, University of MIchigan-Ann Arbor
B.S., Physics, Seoul National University

Research Areas

Statistical Physics
Network Science
Culture Technology

E-mail
fyzixx@gmail.com

Publications

Quantifying Discrepancies in Opinion Spectra from Online and Offline Networks, PloS One 30125722
Bayesian Inference of Natural Rankings in Incomplete Competition Network, Scientific Reports 4:6212
Ranking Competitors Using Degree-Neutralized Random Walks, PloS One e113685
Statistical Mechanics of Networks, Physical Review E 70:066146


Hoon Lee, Co-Principal Investigator

 

Education

Ph.D, Communication, University of Michigan
M.A., Statistics, University of Michigan
M.A., in Political Science, Stanford University
B.A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas

Political Communication
Social Media
Research Methods

E-mail
hlee730@gmail.com

Publications

– Lee, H., & Park, Y. J. (2018). Mobile use, personal values, and connectedness with civic life.” The Social Science Journal, 55, 52-61. doi:10.1016/j.soscij.2017.07.010

– Jang, S. M., Park, Y. J., & Lee, H. (2017). Round-trip agenda setting: Tracking the intermedia process over time in the ice bucket challenge. Journalism, 18, 1292-1308. doi:10.1177/1464884916665405

– Lee, H., & Jang, S. M. (2017). Talking about what provokes us: Political satire, emotions, and interpersonal talk. American Politics Research, 45, 128-154. doi:10.1177/1532673×16657805

– Lee, H., & Kwak, N. (2016). Mobile communication and cross-cutting discussion: A cross-national study of South Korea and the US. Telematics and Informatics, 33, 534-545. doi:10.1016/j.tele.2015.07.006

– Mobile communication and cross-cutting discussion: A cross-national study of South Korea and the US (with Nojin Kwak and Scott W. Campbell; 2015 Communication Research 42(4): 569-596)

– Mobile communication and political participation in South Korea: Examining the intersections between informational and relational uses (with Nojin Kwak and Scott W. Campbell; 2014 Computers in Human Behavior 38: 85-92)

– The more friends, the less political talks? Predictors of Facebook discussions among college students (with Jang, S. Mo and Yong Jin Park; 2014 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17: 271-275)


So Young Lee, Co-Principal Investigator

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, University of Texas at Austin
M.A., Political Science, Yonsei University
B.A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas

Political Behavior / Election
Political Communication
American Politics

E-mail
soyoung.sylee@gmail.com

Publications

– 이소영. 2019. “지방자치에서의 주민참여 현황과 문제점(Resident Participation in Local Government: A Case of Daegu).” 『21세기정치학회보』 29(1): 69-100.

– 이소영. 2018. “대중이 이야기할 때: 숙의민주주의와 대중의 협의.” 『의정연구』 24(2): 171-179.

– 이소영. 2017. “한국 유권자의 정치적 태도에 대한 미디어 효과(Media’s Effect on Attitudes towards Political Issues in Korea).” 『21세기정치학회보』 27(4): 1-29.

– 이소영. 2016. “2016 미국 대선과 미국사회의 균열(2016 U.S. Presidential Election and Divided America).” 『의정연구』 22(3): 39-82.

– 이소영. 2015. “한국 선거에서의 미디어 매개효과(Media’s Mediating Effects in the Korean Election).” 『한국정치학회보』 49(5): 287-313.


Beom Soo Kim, Research Associate

 

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Ph.D., Political Science, Yonsei University
M. A., Political Science, Yonsei University
B. A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas

Media Effects on Voter Behaviors and Local Elections.
Local Governance and E-Government.
Comparative Studies on Local Power Structure.

E-mail
goyangdavid@gmail.com

Publications

– 김범수. 2018. “인터넷시대의 사회운동과 정치변동: 다중운동이론의 적용(Social Movement and Political Change in the Internet Age: Application of Multitude Movement Theory).” 『글로벌정치연구』 11(2): 1-29.

– 김범수, 장우영. 2018. “온라인기반 시민참여정치의 탐색적 연구: 14개 국내외 사례 비교 분석(The Exploratory Study on the 14 Cases of Online Based Citizen Participation Politics).” 『동서연구』. 30(1): 5-30.

– 김범수, 조화순. 2017. “네트워크사회의 변동요인과 포스트대의제의 등장(Institutional Factors of the Network Society and Advent of the Post-Representative Systems).” 『사회이론』, 225-262.


Byung-Jae Lee, Research Associate

 

Education

Ph.D., Government, The University of Texas at Austin
M.A., Political Science, University of Washington, Seattle
M.A., Political Science, Yonsei University
B.A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas

Statistical Methods (Causal Modeling, Adaptive Treatment, and Machine Learning)
Human Rights, Transitional Justice and Democratization
Public Opinion and Voting Behavior
Latino Voting Behavior in the US
Game Theory and Social Choice

E-mail
bjleemail@gmail.com

Publications

– 이병재. 2019. “미국의 2018년 중간선거와 라티노 투표: 다양성과 변화(The 2018 US Midterm Elections and the Latino Voting: Diversity and Change).” 『의정연구』 특별호.

– Lee, Byung-Jae. 2019. “An Introduction to Statistical Causal Inference: Concepts, Models and Some Methodological Issues.” 『연구방법논총』 4집 1호, 111-149.

– 조화순·이병재·김승연. 2018. “인터넷 뉴스 댓글을 통한 정치커뮤니케이션(Friends or Foes to Democratic Deliberation? : The Effects of Internet User Comments on the Perception of Media Bias and on Information Selection).” 『한국정치학회보』52집 5호, 115-139.

– McCann, James, Byung-Jae Lee, and David L. Leal. 2012. “Transnational Absentee Voting in 2006 Mexican Presidential Election: The Roots of Participation.” Electoral Studies 31(3): 540-549.

– Huang, Taofang, David L. Leal, Byung-Jae Lee, and Jill Strube. 2012. “Assessing the Online Legislative Resources of the American States.” Policy and Internet 3(3-4): 72-90.


Youngdeuk Park Research Associate

 

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
M.A., Political Science, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
B.A., Political Science, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Research Areas

Comparative Political Behavior
Comparative Political Economy
Politics of Inequality
Welfare States

E-mail
mercurome@gmail.com

Publications

– 이대진, 박영득. 2014. “재분배의 정치경제학: 권력자원과 선거제도의 상호작용(The Political Economy of Redistribution : The Interaction between Power Resource Theory and the Electoral System).”『한국정치학회보』48(5)

– Youngdeuk Park and Yongmin Kim. 2018. “Explaining the Brexit Referendum: The Role of Worker Skill Level in Voter Decisions.” Political Quarterly 89(4)

– Jaemook Lee, Youngdeuk Park, and Gidong Kim. 2018. “Social Media and Regional Voting Behavior: The Case of the 19th Presidential Election in South Korea.” Issues and Studies 54(3)


Jeongyeon Kim, Research Associate

 

Education

Ph.D., Political Science, Yonsei University
M.A., Political Science, Yonsei University

Research Areas

Comparative Studies on Korean Politics
Political Communication
Quantitative text analysis

E-mail
kimjy7894@naver.com

Publications

– 민희, 김정연. 2019. “지능정보기술과 민주주의: 알고리즘 정보환경과 정치의 문제(Intelligence Information Technology and Democracy: Algorithm-driven Information Environment and Politics).” 『정보화정책』 26(2)

– 김정연. 2018. “텍스트 분석 방법론을 활용한 국회 정책 의제의 이념성향 분석(Measuring Policy Orientations through the Automated Text Analysis).” 『미래정치연구』 8(2): 59-91.

– 조화순, 한규섭, 김정연, 장슬기. 2016. 『빅데이터로 보는 한국정치트렌드(Seeing the New Trend in Korean Politics through Big Data)』. 한울아카데미