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CURRICULUM VITAE

SUNG WOO YOO

9/15/2016

SUNG WOO YOO

Assistant Professor Communication Studies Department The State University College of New York at Cortland P.O. Box 2000, 22 Graham Avenue Cortland, NY 13045, USA Voice: 607-753-6752 Fax: 607-753-4821

Email: sung.yoo@cortalnd.edu

Web: http://www.swyoo.com Classblog:mpjcortland.tumblr.com/mpjcortland.wordpress.com

EDUCATION

University of Texas at Austin, School of Journalism Doctor of Philosophy in Journalism, 2014 Dissertation: Blindfolding the Public: Examining Hydraulic Pattern of Media Priming Committee: Renita Coleman (Chair), Maxwell McCombs, Robert Luskin, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Natalie Talia Stroud

University of Pennsylvania Master of Arts in International Relations, 1985

Seoul National University Bachelor of Arts in Communications, 1983

ACADEMIC RESEARCH PAPERS

Journal Papers

Sung Woo Yoo, Jiwon Kim, Homero Gil de Zuniga (2016). Cognitive Benefits for Senders:

Examining Anticipatory Elaboration Effects of Political Expression on Social Media,Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 1077699016654438.

Sung Woo Yoo, Homero Gil de Zuniga (2014). “Connecting Blog, Twitter, Facebook Use with Gaps in Knowledge and Participation,Communication and Society, 27(4), pp.33-48.

Revise and Resubmit

Sung Woo Yoo, Reframing East Asia: Hegemony and Soft Power in U.S. Media Discourse,Chinese Journal of Communication, revise and resubmit.

Sung Woo Yoo, Homero Gil de Zuniga, “Reconsidering the Paradox of New Media: Role of Heterogeneous Political Discussion on Incidental News Exposure Effects Online,Journal of Information, Technology & Politics, revise and resubmit.

Under Review

Sung Woo Yoo, “The Dual Process of Influence: Examining Hydraulic Pattern of Media Priming,” Communication Research, in review.

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Sung Woo Yoo, Google and Yahoo as the Next Gatekeeper: Examining Agenda Setting of News Aggregators,New Media and Society, in review.

Conference Papers

Homero Gil de Zuniga, Trevor H Diehl, Alberto Ardevol-Abreu, Sung Woo Yoo, “When Citizens and Journalists Interact on Twitter: Effects over Journalists’ Performance Expectations and Media-Bias Perceptions,” International Communications Association 2016 Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.

Sung Woo Yoo, “The Dual Process of Influence: Examining Hydraulic Pattern of Media Priming,” awarded Top faculty paper in the Political Communication Interest Group at Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication 2015 Annual Conference, San Francisco.

Sung Woo Yoo, Jiwon Kim, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Cognitive Benefits for Senders: Antecedents and Effects of Political Expression on Social Media,awarded 2nd place faculty paper in the Political Communication Interest Group at Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication 2014 Annual Conference, Montreal.

Sung Woo Yoo, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Understanding Conditional Mediation Process of Online Incidental News Exposure Effects on Political Engagement,International Communication Association 2014 Annual Conference, Seattle.

Sung Woo Yoo, “Examining the Hydraulic Pattern Hypothesis of Media Priming Effects: A Time Series Analysis,accepted to be presented at Midwest Political Science Association 2014 Annual Conference, Chicago.

Sung Woo Yoo, Reframing East Asia: Hegemony and Soft Power in U.S. Media Discourse,Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research 2013 Annual Conference, Chicago.

Sung Woo Yoo, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Party Talk or Dinner Table? Connecting Blog, Twitter, Facebook Use with Gaps in Knowledge and Participation,International Communication Association 2012 Annual Conference, Phoenix.

Sung Woo Yoo, Google and Yahoo as the Next Gatekeeper: Examining Agenda Setting and Objectivity of News Aggregators,International Communication Association 2011 Annual Conference, Boston.

Sung Woo Yoo, Yonghwan Kim, Homero Gil de Zuniga, A Free Bonus on the Internet, Effects of Incidental News Exposure on Political Knowledge, Participation,Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication 2011 Annual Conference, St. Louis.

Works in Progress

Sung Woo Yoo, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Trevor, H Diel, Personal Influence on Facebook:

Personality Strength in Opinion Leadership of Social Media.” Draft revising.

Sung Woo Yoo, Sung Bum Choi, Third Person Effects in the Rise of Nationalism in Social Media Expression of Japan and Korea.” Data processing.

Sung Woo Yoo, Affective Intelligence as Determinant of Partisan Gaps in Campaign Knowledge.” Data gathering.

Sung Woo Yoo, Dennis Weng, “Third Person Effects in the Nationalistic Political Expression in US

CURRICULUM VITAE

Presidential Election.” Proposal.

SUNG WOO YOO

COURSES TAUGHT

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Assistant Professor, Communication Studies Department, SUNY Cortland

COM 343: Multiplatform Journalism, Fall 2015 - COM 110: Introduction to New Media, Fall 2015 - COM 400: Communication Law and Ethics, Fall 2015 -

Teaching Assistant, School of Journalism, University of Texas at Austin

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320 Intermediate Reporting, Fall 2008 Spring 2010

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360 Media Law and Ethics, Fall 2010 Spring 2013

PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISM

Twenty one years of experience as a reporter and/or editor of public affairs and political coverage for the Hankook Ilbo (The Korea Times in U.S.), a major national newspaper in South Korea.

Professional reference: Mr. Joon-Hee Lee, President CEO of the Hankook Ilbo, 82-2-724-2003, junlee@hk.co.kr.

Media Positions

Assistant managing editor for investigative reporting (2007)

Chief of content upgrade team (2006)

Editor of international news department (2004)

Deputy editor of political news department (2002)

Senior staff writer and assistant editor of political news department (1998)

Reporter for international, political news and city desk (1987-1997)

Major Coverage

Correspondent to the Blue House, the South Korean presidential office (1997-1999)

Captain of political party coverage team (2002-2004).

Correspondent to the National Unification Board which deals with North Korean affairs

(1994-1996).

Covered three presidential elections (1992, 1997, 2002) and three general elections (1996, 1998, 2004) as a reporter and a writer. Overseas missions include interviews with Hosokawa Morihiro, former Japanese prime minister; Lothar de Maizière, former East German prime minister; Analysis of German reunification; analysis of Japanese nuclear and environmental issues.

Coordinated Research Projects

The Hankook Ilbo & the Institute of Korean Political Studies, Seoul National University (2002). The Verification Project of the Candidates’ Policy and Pledges.”

The Hankook Ilbo & East Asian Institute (2004). The Ideological Orientation and Security Consciousness of Korean Voters.”

The Hankook Ilbo & Sogang University (2004). Studies on the Correlation between the

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Ideological Orientation and Public Pledges of the Candidates of General Election.”

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Top faculty paper in the Political Communication Interest Group at Association for Education in Journalism 2015 Annual Conference, San Francisco.

2nd place faculty paper in the Political Communication Interest Group at Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication 2014 Annual Conference, Montreal.

University Recruiting Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin, $10,000, 2007

Journalism School graduate school scholarship, $2,000, 2008-2013

Nettie Doscher More Fellowship for outstanding graduate journalism students, $2,000,

2012.

Ada Francis Miller Award, University of Texas at Austin, $1,000, 2011

Ada Francis Miller Award, University of Texas at Austin, $1,000, 2010

Ada Francis Miller Award, University of Texas at Austin, $1,000, 2009

Samsung Grant for Media Research, Chinas neighbors, 50,000 dollars (50,000,000 Won), 2007.

Korea Press Foundation Grant for investigative reporting, The Power Shift during Rho regime”, 20,000 dollars (20,000,000 Won), 2004.

Seonkyong Grant for Media Research, Revisiting the United States: Politics, Society and Ideas after 9/11, 30,000 dollars (30,000,000 Won), 2002.

Reporter of the month, Korea Journalist Association, December 1997, September 1996

Baeksang Gold Price for Excellence in Journalism, 1996

AFFILIATION AND SERVICES

Professional Affiliation

International Communication Association (2008 ~ present)

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (2008~ present)

Korean Association of Journalism and Communication Studies (2015 ~ present)

Digital Media Research Program (DMRP), Annette Strauss Institute of Civic Life, UT Austin (2008 ~ 2015)

Journalist Association of Korea (1987 ~ 2008)

World Association of Newspapers (1997 ~ 2008)

Kwan-Hoon Club for Journalists (1998 ~ 2008)

Academic Service

Ad hoc reviewer of Chinese Journal of Communication, 2016 Ad hoc reviewer of Journal of Information, Technology & Politics, 2015 Ad hoc reviewer of Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 2013 ~ 2015 Ad hoc reviewer of Association for Education in Journalism Annual Conference, 2011 ~ 2015 Ad hoc reviewer of International Communication Association Annual Conference, 2011 ~ 2015

University Service

Member of Faculty Search Committee, Communication Studies Department, SUNY Cortland 2015 ~ 2016 Member of Personnel Committee, Communication Studies Department , SUNY Cortland 2015

Military Service

Infantry Lieutenant, Republic of Korea Army, 1985-1986

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SURVEY EXPERIENCE

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2002, 2004, 2006. National election telephone survey, the Hankookilbo, South Korea.

2008.

10. National online survey, Center for Communication and Journalism Research, University of Texas at Austin.

2010.

National online survey, Center for Communication and Journalism Research, University of Texas at Austin.

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2013.

12. National online survey, Digital Media Research Program, Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, University of Texas at Austin.

2014.

2. National online survey, Digital Media Research Program, Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life, University of Texas at Austin.

SOFTWARE SKILLS

Statistics

STATA (dissertation), AMOS (JMCQ published paper), M-Plus (ICA conference paper), SPSS, Node XL

Multimedia

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Audition, Adobe Premier, Adobe After-effects, Audacity, Soundslides, Final Cut Pro.

Web Publishing & Editing

Adobe Muse, Dreamweaver, Indesign, Wordpress

Certificates

Data-driven Journalism: The Basics, Online course provided by The Knight Center for of Journalism in the Americas.

LANGUAGE

Japanese: fluent speaker and writer. Educated in Japan for 5 years. Conducted interviews of political figures.

English: fluent speaker and writer. Attended British junior school in Hong Kong for 2 years. MA and PhD degree in United States.

Korean: mother language.