K. Hazel Kwon (권경희)
K. Hazel Kwon (권경희)
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism/Mass Comm., Arizona State University
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Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
Face off: Implications of visual cues on initiating friendship on Facebook
SS Wang, SI Moon, KH Kwon, CA Evans, MA Stefanone
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (2), 226-234, 2010
An Exploration of Social Media in Extreme Events: Rumor Theory and Twitter during the Haiti Earthquake 2010.
O Oh, KH Kwon, HR Rao
Icis 231, 7332-7336, 2010
The impacts of identity verification and disclosure of social cues on flaming in online user comments
D Cho, KH Kwon
Computers in Human Behavior 51, 363-372, 2015
Exploring the relationship between perceptions of social capital and enacted support online
MA Stefanone, KH Kwon, D Lackaff
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 17 (4), 451-466, 2012
The chronicles of me: Understanding blogging as a religious practice
PH Cheong, A Halavais, K Kwon
Journal of Media and Religion 7 (3), 107-131, 2008
Social network influence on online behavioral choices: exploring group formation on social network sites
KH Kwon, MA Stefanone, GA Barnett
American Behavioral Scientist 58 (10), 1345-1360, 2014
Unspeaking on Facebook? Testing network effects on self-censorship of political expressions in social network sites
KH Kwon, SI Moon, MA Stefanone
Quality & Quantity 49 (4), 1417-1435, 2015
The bad guy is one of us: Framing comparison between the US and Korean newspapers and blogs about the Virginia Tech shooting
KH Kwon, SI Moon
Asian Journal of Communication 19 (3), 270-288, 2009
Audience gatekeeping in the Twitter service: An investigation of tweets about the 2009 Gaza conflict
KH Kwon, O Oh, M Agrawal, HR Rao
AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction 4 (4), 212-229, 2012
Social media rumors as improvised public opinion: semantic network analyses of twitter discourses during Korean saber rattling 2013
KH Kwon, CC Bang, M Egnoto, H Raghav Rao
Asian Journal of Communication 26 (3), 201-222, 2016
Is offensive commenting contagious online? Examining public vs interpersonal swearing in response to Donald Trump’s YouTube campaign videos
KH Kwon, A Gruzd
Internet Research, 2017
The value of online friends: Networked resources via social network sites
MA Stefanone, K Kwon, D Lackaff
First Monday, 2011
Swearing effects on citizen-to-citizen commenting online: A large-scale exploration of political versus nonpolitical online news sites
KH Kwon, D Cho
Social Science Computer Review 35 (1), 84-102, 2017
Is aggression contagious online? A case of swearing on Donald Trump’s campaign videos on YouTube
KH Kwon, A Gruzd
Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2017
Tweeting badges: User motivations for displaying achievement in publicly networked environments
KH Kwon, A Halavais, S Havener
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (2), 93-100, 2015
Proximity and terrorism news in social media: A construal-level theoretical approach to networked framing of terrorism in Twitter
KH Kwon, M Chadha, K Pellizzaro
Mass Communication and Society 20 (6), 869-894, 2017
Social influences on terrestrial and satellite mobile-TV adoption in Korea: Affiliation, positive self-image, and perceived popularity
K Hazel Kwon, B Soo Chon
The International Journal on Media Management 11 (2), 49-60, 2009
Retroviral expression of arginine decarboxylase attenuates oxidative burden in mouse cortical neural stem cells
KK Bokara, KH Kwon, Y Nho, WT Lee, KA Park, JE Lee
Stem cells and development 20 (3), 527-537, 2011
Badges of friendship: Social influence and badge acquisition on stack overflow
A Halavais, KH Kwon, S Havener, J Striker
2014 47th Hawaii international conference on System Sciences, 1607-1615, 2014
Assessing cultural differences in translations: A semantic network analysis of the universal declaration of human rights
K Kwon, GA Barnett, H Chen
Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 2 (2), 107-138, 2009
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