Presentations

* Presented as either Yeon-Ok Lee or Yenn Lee

Lee, Y. & Scott-Baumann, A. (2018, forthcoming). From a pathology of extreme speech towards a digital ecology of free speech. Workshop Global Digital Media Cultures and “Extreme Speech”, 23-24 February, Munich, Germany.

Lee, Y. (2017). Privacy as a right to be in public places without fear of digital harassment: A gendered tale from South Korea. The 18th AoIR Annual Conference (Networked Publics), 18-21 October, Tartu, Estonia.

Lee, Y. & Scott-Baumann, A. (2017). Digital ecology of free speech: Authenticity, identity, and self-censorship. Ways of Being in a Digital Age – A Review Conference, 10-11 October, Liverpool, UK.

Lee, Y., Kluver, R., Park, H. C. & Park, H. W. (2017, forthcoming). Identifying the relative impact of different components of hybrid media systems during the 2016 Korean candlelight protests: A multimethod analysis of Facebook data. The 1st RC33 Regional Conference on Social Science Methodology (Panel on Recent Advances in Analyzing Social Network Data Collected via Online Social Media and Mobile Devices), 11-14 September, Taipei, Taiwan.

Lee, Y. (2017). The penumbra of academic work: A case study of #AcWriMo and scholarly writing as a second-screen experience. Research Methods for Digital Work: Innovative Methods for Studying Distributed and Multi-Modal Working Practices, 25-26 May, University of Surrey, UK.

Lee, Y. (2017). Fostering interdisciplinary researchers: A literature review. The 3rd International Conference on Developments in Doctoral Education & Training, 3-4 April, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.

Lee, Y. (2016). Organiser and chair of the session Interdisciplinary Discussion on Visual Methods. The 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology (RC33), 11-16 September, Leicester, UK.

Lee, Y. (2016). Expert Workshop Visual Data in Digital Ethnography. The 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology (RC33), 11-16 September, Leicester, UK.

Lee, Y. (2016). Big data, artificial intelligence, and the ontology of smart cities. Seminar Big Data, AI & Smart City: Beyond Imagination. The IT Convergence Expo, 24-26 August, Daegu, Korea. [Korean]

Lee, Y. (2016). Towards a triadic model of doctoral education. The 2016 Annual Conference of the UK Council for Graduate Education, 4-5 July, Liverpool, UK.

Lee, Y. (2016). Online misogyny, visibility, and ‘mirroring’ as a feminist device: A case study of kimchi bitches in South Korea. Seminar Gender and controversies online: 4. Feminism and anti-feminism online, 3 June, Lyon, France.

Lee, Y. (2016). The challenge of deciding when to stop in social media ethnography. Workshop #FAIL! Things that didn’t work out in social media research – and what we can learn from them. The 10th International Conference on Web and Social Media, 17-20 May, Cologne, Germany.

Dankovicova, J. & Lee, Y. (2016). “Trust Me, I’m a Doctor”: Demystifying the PhD for master’s students. SOAS Learning and Teaching Conference: Improving Student Success and Retention, 11 May, London.

Lee, Y. (2016). Online misogyny as a spectator sport and ‘mirroring’ as a feminist device: A case study of the Megalia phenomenon in South Korea. Workshop Everyday Politics and Social Media – Ethnographic Approaches, 21 April, UCL, London.

Bhimani, N. & Lee, Y. (2015). A malleable and holistic framework for supporting distance learners. Academic and Research Libraries (London & Southeast) – Annual General Meeting and presentations on Distance Learning and MOOCs, 9 November, London.

Giglietto, F. & Lee, Y. (2015). To be or not to be Charlie: Twitter hashtags as a discourse and counter-discourse in the aftermath of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting in France. The 16th AoIR Annual Conference (Digital Imaginaries), 21-24 October, Phoenix, Arizona, US. [presented by co-author]

Giglietto, F. & Lee, Y. (2015). To be or not to be Charlie: Twitter hashtags as a discourse and counter-discourse in the aftermath of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting in France. Conference Protest Participation in Variable Communication Ecologies, 24-26 June, Sardinia, Italy. [presented by co-author]

Lee, Y. & Rofe, J. S. (2015). Flipped classroom, flipped assessment: Experience of designing and running a MOOC on research methods. Panel Building Communities in Online Learning in IR. BISA 40th Anniversary Conference, 17-19 June, London.

Giglietto, F. & Lee, Y. (2015). To be or not to be Charlie: Twitter hashtags as a discourse and counter-discourse in the aftermath of the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting in France. The 5th Workshop on Making Sense of Microposts. World Wide Web Conference 2015,  18-22 May, Florence, Italy. [presented by co-author]

Lee, Y. (2015). Understanding Research Methods MOOC. SOAS Learning and Teaching Conference: Using Technology to Extend Classroom Learning, 12 May, London.

Lee, Y. (2015). Politics of political coming out: Case of the South Korean far-right website Ilbe. Panel Extremism and Media: Conflict, Resolution and Difference. Royal Holloway PIR 10th Anniversary Conference, 4 March, UK.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2014). Social media psephology: What did Facebookers say during the Seoul mayoral elections of 2011 and 2014? Asian Hub Conference on Triple Helix & Network Sciences: DISC 2014, 11-13 December, Korea. [pre-recorded]

Lee, Y. (2014). ‘Bamboo groves’ on Twitter: A contextualised analysis of the South Korean phenomenon of Twitter accounts shared with strangers to ‘let off steam’. International Symposium: MOOD-Y (Micro-Analysis Of Online Data in York), 14-15 July, University of York, UK.

Lee, Y. (2013). Tweets in the limelight: Contested publicness around the use of Twitter in South Korea. Panel Public/Private in Transition: SNSs in National Contexts. Conference Media in Transition 8: public media, private media, 3-5 May, MIT, Boston, US.

Lee, Y. (2013). The evolution of activism in the Web 2.0 environment. Cyber Emotions Research Institute Brown Bag Seminar Series, 12 April, Yeungnam University, Korea. [Korean]

Nam, Y., Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2012). An analysis of web ecology during the 2012 National Assembly election in South Korea: on the basis of social webometrics. Conference Internet, Politics, Policy 2012: Big Data, Big Challenges?, 20-21 September, the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2012). What do Facebookers say? The 2011 Seoul mayoral by-election in social media. Panel Political Participation in the Web 2.0 Era (as part of RC22 Political Communication). IPSA World Congress of Political Science, 8-12 July, Madrid, Spain.

Lee, Y. (2012). Rise of crossmedia activism: Two examples from South Korea. The 9th International Conference Crossroads in Cultural Studies, 2-6 July, Paris, France.

Lee, Y. (2011). Discussant on the panel Risk and Challenges in the Current Information Society. SSK Risk Information Society Seminar Series, 25 November, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea. [Korean]

Lee, Y. (2011). Institutional conflicts in the Web 2.0 era and the evolution of consumer activism: Korean candlelight protests 2008. Workshop Asia’s Civil Spheres: New Media, Urban Public Space, Social Movements, 29-30 September, National University of Singapore, Singapore.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2010). Causes, consequences and implications of cyber-exile: Article 93 of the Public Official Election Act and e-campaigning in South Korea. Conference Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: An Impact Assessment, 16-17 September, the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK.

Lee, Y. (2010). Institutional conflicts in the Web 2.0 era and the evolution of consumer activism: Korean candlelight protests 2008. Panel Circulating Bits: Technology Practice and Contemporary Asia. The 4S Annual Meeting, 25-29 August, University of Tokyo, Japan.

Lee, Y. (2010). Personally collective, collectively personal: The evolution of protest methods in the Web 2.0 environment. Expert Roundtable Participatory Politics and Social Media, 11 May, University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy.

Lee, Y. (2010). Korean candlelight protests 2008: The curious birth of a consumer activist network in the Web 2.0 era. Conference Thinking Network Politics: Methods, Epistemology, Process, 25-26 March, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK.

Lee, Y. (2009). Movement legacies and online mobilisation: A South Korean case. OII Brown Bag Seminar Series, 19 May, the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, UK.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2008). When YouTube meets local politics: The BBK scandal in the 2007 presidential election of South Korea. Panel Social Network Sites in National Context. The 9th AoIR Annual Conference (Rethinking Communities, Rethinking Place), 17-20 October, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2008). Understanding elections by the use of a mixed webometric method: A case study of South Korea’s 2007 presidential election. The 9th AoIR Annual Conference (Rethinking Communities, Rethinking Place), 17-20 October, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Lee, Y. (2008). Internet election 2.0?: The 2007 Korean presidential election. Seminar Web 2.0 and Politics, 9 July, the Korea Information Society Development Institute, Korea. [Korean]

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2008). Multilayered network analysis of “BBKgate” in the 2007 presidential election of South Korea on local and global networking sites. Plenary poster session of the Harvard Conference on Networks in Political Science, 11-14 June, Boston, US.

Lee, Y. (2008). Internet election 2.0? A case study of the 2007 presidential election of South Korea. Politics: Web 2.0: An International Conference, 17-18 April, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK.

Lee, Y. (2008). Capitalising on the Internet metaphor: The Korean presidential election of 2002. Panel Media and Politics: Politics, the Internet and Global Networks. The 58th Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual International Conference, 1-3 April, University of Swansea, UK.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2008). The importance of search engines in digital news consumption: A comparative study between South Korea and the UK. Asia-Europe Foundation Workshop Gatekeepers in a Digital Asian-European Media Landscape: The Rising Structural Power of Internet Search Engines, 28 February – 1 March, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Lee, Y. (2008). Changing politics through digital networks?: A comparative study of South Korea and Indonesia. Centre for Development Areas Research (CEDAR) Seminar Series, 4 February, Royal Holloway, UK.

Lee, Y. (2007). National context and the use of online knowledge databases. The 8th AoIR Annual Conference (Let’s Play), 17-20 October, Vancouver, Canada.

Lee, Y. (2007). Online mobilisation and identity building: the Korean presidential election of 2002. The Doctoral Colloquium of the 8th AoIR Annual Conference (Let’s Play), 17-20 October, Vancouver, Canada.

Lee, Y. (2007). Movement legacies and online mobilisation: The Korean presidential election of 2002. Conference Changing Politics Through Digital Networks: The Role of ICTs in the Formation of New Social and Political Actors and Actions, 5-6 October, University of Florence, Italy.

Lee, Y. (2007). Korean values in the age of the Internet: the Korean presidential election of 2002 and its aftermath. Panel Internet and Politics in Pacific Asia. The 5th International Convention of Asia Scholars, 2-5 August, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Lee, Y. (2007). The Internet real-name system and privacy trade-offs in Korea. Panel Asia@future.gov: Dynamics of Power and Governance in a Digital World. The 5th International Convention of Asia Scholars, 2-5 August, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Lee, Y. (2007). “Am I bovvered?”: The next digital divide. Seminar Young People, New Technologies and Political Engagement, 24-25 July, University of Surrey, UK.

Lee, Y. (2006). The sustainability of online activist networks: A case study of the 2002 presidential election of South Korea. The Doctoral Colloquium of the 7th AoIR Annual Conference (Internet Convergence), 27 September, Brisbane, Australia.

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