Visual Communication & Multimedia production- Research




Yung Soo Kim,
“Recorder vs. Interpreter: A Comparative Analysis of Photojournalism,” (2003, Seoul, Korea: Media Institute, In Korean).

Refereed Publication (Selected)

Kwan Yi, Namjoo, Choi, and Yung Soo Kim (2016), A Content Analysis of Twitter Hyperlinks and Their Application in Web Resource Indexing, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Vol. 67, No. 8: 1808–1821

Deborah Chung, Mina Tasy, and Yung Soo Kim (2015), Who’s Following Twitter? Examining Coverage of the Microblogging Phenomenon by Mainstream News Media,” International Journal of Communication, Vol. 9: 3369–3393.

Yung Soo Kim and James D. Kelly (2014), “Photojournalist on the Edge: Reactions to Kevin Carter’s Sudan Famine Photo,Visual Communication Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 4: 205-219.

Yung Soo Kim (2014), “London 2012 Recorded: A Comparative Visual Analysis of the Olympic Photojournalism Coverage by U.S. and Korean Newspapers,International Communication Research Journal, Vol. 48, No. 3-4: 2-26.

Yung Soo Kim and Deborah Chung (2012), “Exploring the Current State of and Future Directions for Visual Communication Curriculum in the U.S,Visual Communication Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 3 : 134-147.

Yung Soo Kim (2012), News Images of the Terrorist Attack Framing September 11th and Its Aftermath Thru the Pictures of the Year International Competition, Atlantic Journal of Communication, Vol. 20, No. 3 : 158-184.

Yung Soo Kim and James D. Kelly (2012), “The Presidential Portrayal: Photographic Coverage of Two Presidents,” Iowa Journal of Communication, Vol. 44, No. 2 : 249-267.

Yung Soo Kim and James D. Kelly (2010), Public Reactions toward an Ethical Dilemma Faced by Photojournalists: Examining the Conflict between Acting as a Dispassionate Observer and Acting as a “Good Samaritan,” Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly ,Vol. 87, No. 1 : 23-40.

Yung Soo Kim and James D. Kelly (2008), “A Matter of Culture: A Comparative Study of Photojournalism in American and Korean Newspapers,” International Communication Gazette, Vol. 70, No. 2: 155-173.

Shahira Fahmy, James D. Kelly, and Yung Soo Kim (2007), “What Hurricane Katrina Revealed: A Visual Analysis of the Hurricane Coverage by News Wires and U.S. Newspapers,”Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Vol. 84, No. 3 :546-561.