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Jiyoung Han
Jiyoung Han
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The polarizing effect of news framing: comparing the mediating roles of motivated reasoning, self-stereotyping, and intergroup animus
J Han, CM Federico
Journal of Communication 68 (4), 685-711, 2018
352018
Conflict-framed news, self-categorization, and partisan polarization
J Han, CM Federico
Mass Communication and Society 20 (4), 455-480, 2017
282017
Anger contributes to the spread of COVID-19 misinformation
J Han, M Cha, W Lee
The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review 1, 2020
272020
COVID-19 discourse on Twitter in four asian countries: case study of risk communication
S Park, S Han, J Kim, MM Molaie, HD Vu, K Singh, J Han, W Lee, M Cha
Journal of medical Internet research 23 (3), e23272, 2021
15*2021
Partisan self-stereotyping: Testing the salience hypothesis in a prediction of political polarization
J Han, DB Wackman
International Journal of Communication 11, 603-625, 2017
152017
Eye movement patterns in response to anti-binge drinking messages
M Yzer, J Han, K Choi
Health communication 33 (12), 1454-1461, 2018
112018
Partisan Media and Polarized Opinion in South Korea: A Review.
J Han
Digital Korea : digital technology and the change of social life, 77-101, 2018
82018
Media-Induced Misperception Further Divides Public Opinion
J Han, M Yzer
Journal of Media Psychology 32, 70-81, 2020
72020
The Fallacy of Echo Chambers: Analyzing the Political Slants of User-Generated News Comments in Korean Media
J Han, Y Lee, J Lee, M Cha
Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Noisy User-generated Text (W-NUT 2019 …, 2019
62019
A comparative study of the accuracy of quotation-embedded headlines in Chosun Ilbo and The New York Times from 1989 to 2009
J Han, G Lee
Korea Journal 53 (1), 65-90, 2013
62013
Defeating Merchants of Doubt: Subjective certainty and self-affirmation ameliorate attitude polarization via partisan motivated reasoning
J Han, Y Kim
Public Understanding of Science 29 (7), 729-744, 2020
32020
Conflict Framing of the News and Group Polarization
J Han
University of Minnesota, 2016
12016
Emotion Bubbles: Emotional Composition of Online Discourse Before and After the COVID-19 Outbreak
A Zhunis, G Lima, H Song, J Han, M Cha
Proceedings of the ACM Web Conference 2022, 2603-2613, 2022
2022
Others Are to Blame: Whom People Consider Responsible for Online Misinformation
G Lima, J Han, M Cha
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 6 (CSCW1), 1-25, 2022
2022
News comment sections and online echo chambers: The ideological alignment between partisan news stories and their user comments
J Han, Y Lee, J Lee, M Cha
Journalism, 14648849211069241, 2022
2022
QAnon shifts into the mainstream, remains a far-right ally
S Zihiri, G Lima, J Han, M Cha, W Lee
Heliyon, e08764, 2022
2022
Partisan News Media and Opinion Polarization: A Self-categorization Theory Approach
JY Han
University of Minnesota, 2012
2012
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