Jihyun Kim

Jihyun Kim

Ph.D. Student, 4th year

Office: Johnston Hall 335
Phone: 414-229-4261
e-mail: kim8@uwm.edu
Website: http://www.graduateschool.uwm.edu/students/featured/jihyun-kim/
Curriculum Vitae: PDF

Degrees:

Ph.D., Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Expected May 2012
M.A., Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
B.A., Media and Communication Arts, Kwangwoon University, Seoul, Korea

Focus of Graduate Studies:

The intersection of Technology and Health Communication with Quantitative methods

Research Interests:

My research focuses upon the intersection of technology and health communication. Particularly, I am interested in ways that new media technology (e.g., video games) can influence health outcomes including attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, and knowledge acquisition. Also, I have a particular interest in the theoretical concept of ‘presence’ (i.e., social presence, telepresence) in technology user experiences. My interest in presence merges research from a variety of technology domains (i.e., virtual reality, computer-mediated communication, human-computer interaction).

Teaching Interest:

My course work and research projects have prepared me to teach courses related to New media technology/Communication technology, Health communication, Intercultural communication, and Quantitative research methods.

Selective Publications

Kim, J., & Meyers, R. (accepted). Holism as a cultural value for investigating South Korean and U.S. employee conflict management styles. Journal of Intercultural Communication

Kim, S., Allen, M., Gattoni, A., Grimes, D., Herrman, A., Huang, H., Kim, J., Lu, S., Maier, M., May, A., Omachinski, K., Omori, K., Tenzek, K., Turkiewicz, K., & Zhang, Y. (2012). Testing an additive model for the effectiveness of Evidence on the persuasiveness of a message. Social Influence, 7, 65-77. doi: 10.1080/15534510.2012.658285

Lim, T., Kim, S., & Kim, J. (2011). Holism: A missing link in individualism-collectivism research. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 40, 21-38. doi: 10.1080/17475759.2011.558317

Turkiewicz, K. L., Kim, J., Tenzek, K. E., & Herrman, A. R. (2010). Behind the scenes: Life as an editorial assistant. Communication Monographs, 77, 452-459. doi: 10.1080/03637751.2010.523603

Kim, J., Lim, T., Dindia, K., & Burrell, N. (2010). Reframing the cultural differences between the East and the West. Communication Studies, 61, 543-566. doi: 10.1080/10510974.2010.514675

Conference Papers

Kim, J. (forthcoming, 2012 May). Viewing alone or together: The effect of sexually explicit Internet material among college students. Paper presented to the Conference of International Communication Association, Phoenix AZ.

Song, H., Kim, J., Kwon, J., & Jung, Y. (forthcoming, 2012 May). Anti-smoking intervention using avatars as visualized possible selves. Paper presented to the Conference of International Communication Association, Phoenix AZ.

Song, H., Kim, J., & May A. (2011, November). Smoker identity: Theory based suggestions for anti-smoking interventions targeting college students. Paper Presented to the Conference of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Timmerman, C. E., Peterson, B., & Kim, J. (2011, November). Computer assisted instruction for health care education: Impacts upon student performance. Paper Presented to the Conference of the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Kim, J., Timmerman, C. E., & Johnson, J. R. (2011, May). The virtuality of instructional media: Student preference for instructional methods and the connection to relationship perceptions, learning, and well-being. Paper presented to the Conference of International Communication Association, Boston, MA.

Song, H., Kim, J., Van Dyke, E. R., Schoessling, S. L., & Lee, K. M. (2011, May). Virtual body vs. real body in exergames: Reducing social physique anxiety in exercise experiences. Paper presented to the Conference of International Communication Association, Boston, MA. Song, H., Kim, J., Tenzek, K. E., & Lee, K. M. (2010, June). Intrinsic motivation in exergames: Competition, competitiveness, and the conditional indirect effect of presence. Paper presented to the Conference of International Communication Association, Singapore. *Top Paper*