Publications

* Published as either Yeon-Ok Lee or Yenn Lee [ORCID]

Lee, Y., Park, H. C., Park, H. W. & Kluver, R. (2017). The 2016 candlelight protest in a hybrid media system [2016년 촛불집회의 페이스북 댓글 데이터를 통해 본 하이브리드 미디어 현상]. Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society 19(2): 885-896.

Giglietto, F. & Lee, Y. (2017). A hashtag worth a thousand words: Discursive strategies around #JeNeSuisPasCharlie after the 2015 Charlie Hebdo shooting. Social Media + Society 3(1): 1-15.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2016). Taking the ‘pulse’ of public opinion from non-political spaces during elections. Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society 18(6): 2949-2960.

Lee, Y. (2016). The fragile beauty of peer-to-peer activism: The public campaign for the rights of media consumers in South Korea. New Media & Society 18(10): 2254-2270. [First published online 21 April 2015]

Lee, Y. (2016). South Korea. In Kelly, S. et al. (eds.), Freedom on the Net 2016: Silencing the Messenger: Communication Apps Under Pressure, pp. 736-753. Washington DC: Freedom House.

Lee, Y. & Rofe, J. S. (2016). Paragogy and flipped assessment: Experience of designing and running a MOOC on research methods. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning (Special issue on Assessment in Open, Distance and e-Learning: Lessons from Practice) 31(2): 116-129. [* 50 eprints available here] [available through Gold OA]

Lee, Y. (2016). Tweets in the limelight: The contested relationship between (dis)harmony and newsworthiness. In Lim, S. S. & Soriano, C. (eds.), Asian Perspectives on Digital Culture: Emerging Phenomena, Enduring Concepts (Routledge Advances in Internationalizing Media Studies series), pp.135-151. London: Routledge.

Kim, J., Lee, Y., Park, H. W. (2015). Delineating the complex use of a political podcast in South Korea by hybrid web indicators: The case of the Nakkomsu Twitter network. Technological Forecasting & Social Change 110: 42-50.

Lee, Y. (2015). The humanities take on smart cities [스마트 시티의 인문학적 고찰]. ICT – Humanities & Social Science: Focus & Review 4: 33-35. Korea Information Society Development Institute. [* Crossposted on Bloter]

Lee, Y. (2015). South Korea. In Kelly, S. et al. (eds.), Freedom on the Net 2015: Privatizing Censorship, Eroding Privacy, pp. 712-726. Washington DC: Freedom House.

Lee, Y. (2015). Humanities and social scientists’ digital experimentation: Cases from Western Europe [인문사회과학자들의 디지털 실험: 서유럽 사례들을 중심으로]. ICT – Humanities & Social Science: Focus & Review 3: 42-45. Korea Information Society Development Institute.

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. Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Making Sense of Microposts co-located with the 24th International World Wide Web Conference, pp.33-37.

Lee, Y. (2015). ICT for arts and humanities researchers: Recent policy trends in the UK and their implications [인문 예술 연구자를 위한 ICT: 영국의 지원 정책 동향과 시사점]. ICT – Humanities & Social Science: Focus & Review 2: 42-45. Korea Information Society Development Institute.

Lee, Y., Park, H. W., Fattore, M. & Grassi, R. (eds.) (2015). 1) DISC 2013, 2) Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Complex Socio-Economic Systems. Joint special issue of Quality and Quantity 49(4).

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2015). Editorial notes: Triple helix approaches and social network perspectives. Quality & Quantity 49(4): 1323-1324.

Nam, Y., Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2015). Measuring web ecology across Facebook, Twitter, blogs and online news: 2012 general election in South Korea. Quality & Quantity 49(2): 675-689.

Lee, Y. (2014). South Korea. In Kelly, S. et al. (eds.), Freedom on the Net 2014: Tightening the Net: Governments Expand Online Controls, pp.706-720. Washington DC: Freedom House.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (eds.) (2014). Social Media Interaction Between Public and Government in Asia-Pacific. Special issue of the Asian Journal of Communication 24(1).

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2014). Introduction to the special issue: Social media interaction between public and government in Asia-Pacific. Asian Journal of Communication 24(1): 1-4. [* 50 eprints available here]

Lee, WT, Sohn, SY, Lee, HY, Cho, SE, Shim, HJ, Jeong, GH, Kim, SH, Shin, HC, Moon, JW, Lee, GN, Lee, JH & Lee, Y. (2013).  A study on building a foundation for innovative convergence between ICT and socio-humanities [ICT 인문사회 혁신기반 구축(I) 총괄보고서]. Policy Research 13-48. Korea Information Society Development Institute.

Lee, Y. (2013). South Korea. In Kelly, S. et al. (eds.), Freedom on the Net 2013: A Global Assessment of Internet and Digital Media, pp.636-648. Washington DC: Freedom House.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2013). E-campaigning versus the Public Official Election Act in South Korea: Causes, consequences and implications of cyber-exile. Aslib Proceedings 65(4): 388-405.

Nam, Y., Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2013). Can web ecology provide a clearer understanding of people’s information behavior during election campaigns? Social Science Information 52(1): 91-109.

Lee, Y. (2012). Multiculturalism policies and social work education in the UK [영국의 다문화정책: 사회복지학 교육현장의 사례를 중심으로]. EU Studies 1: 136-146.

Lee, Y. (2012). South Korea. In Kelly, S. et al. (eds.), Freedom on the Net 2012: A Global Assessment of Internet and Digital Media, pp.456-471. Washington DC: Freedom House.

Lee, Y. & Lee, R. M. (2012). Methodological research on ‘sensitive’ topics: A decade review. The BMS: Bulletin of Sociological Methodology 114: 35-49.

Lee, Y. (2011). The context sensitivity of social media research [소셜 미디어 연구에 있어 맥락(context)이 갖는 중요성]. In Park, H. W. (ed.), Introduction to Internet Social Media: Theories and Cases, pp.74-86. Gyeongsan: Yeungnam University Press.

Lee, Y. (2011). South Korea. In Kelly, S. & Cook, S. (eds.), Freedom on the Net 2011: A Global Assessment of Internet and Digital Media, pp.299-309. Washington DC: Freedom House.

Gupta, A., Fook, J., Bhatti-Sinclair, K., Hatzidimitriadou, E. & Lee, Y. (2011). Informing the development of cultural and ethical competence in social work education (project report). London: Social Policy and Social Work Subject Centre (SWAP), p.19.

Lee, Y. & Park, H. W. (2010). The reconfiguration of e-campaign practices: A case study of the Korean presidential primaries of 2007. International Sociology 25(1): 29-53.

Park, H. W., Lee, Y. & Ryoo, Y. D. (2009). Networks of Internet opinion groups and the widening of online civic participation [인터넷 의견집단 네트워크와 온라인 시민참여의 확대]. Information Culture/Information Divide Issue Report Series 69. Seoul: The National Information Society Agency (NIA).

Lee, Y. (2009). Internet-Facilitated Political Mobilisation: A Case Study of Nosamo, the Supporters Network of the 16th President of South Korea. PhD thesis, University of London, UK.

Lee, Y. (2009). Internet election 2.0? Culture, institutions and technology in the Korean presidential elections of 2002 and 2007. Journal of Information Technology & Politics (Web 2.0 Special Issue) 6(3): 312-325.

Park, H. W. & Lee, Y. (2009). A mixed text analysis of user comments on a portal site: The ‘BBK scandal’ in the 2007 presidential election of South Korea [복합적 텍스트 분석을 이용한 포털 댓글에 관한 연구 – 17대 대통령 선거 기간 미디어 ‘다음’에 게시된 광운대 BBK 동영상]. Journal of the Korean Data Analysis Society 11(2): 731-744.

Park, H. W. & Lee, Y. (2008). Examining the role of the Internet during the 2007 presidential election of South Korea: on the basis of webometrics and network analysis [17대 대통령 선거에 나타난 인터넷의 역할과 이용: 웹계량 분석과 네트워크 분석을 중심으로]. Journal of Informatization Policy 15(3): 42-64.

Lee, Y. (trans.) (2008). Park, Bogardus et l’enquête sur les relations interraciales dans la région du Pacifique [Translation of Lee, R. M. (2005), ‘Park, Bogardus and Pacific Race Relations Survey’]. In Guth, S. (ed.), Modernité de Robert Ezra Park: Les concepts de l’Ecole de Chicago, pp.189-212. Paris: L’Harmattan.

Park, H. W. & Lee, Y. (2008). The Korean presidential election of 2007: 5 years on from the “Internet election”. Contemporary Eastern Asia 7(1): 1-4.

Park, H. W. & Lee, Y. (2007). The impact and implications of digital media on public opinion [디지털 미디어 여론의 사회적 파급 효과와 시사점]. The National Information Society Agency (NIA) Issue Report: Issues and Challenges in Information Society, pp.72-92.

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