Publications

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (REFERRED)

18- Yang, A., & Shim, K. (in print) Antecedents of Microblogging Users’ Purchase Intention Toward Celebrities: Perspectives of Virtual Community and Fan Economy. Journal of Psychological Research.

17- Chung, S., Shim, K. (in print) Understanding Antecedents of Civic Engagement in the Age of Social Media: From the Perspective of Efficacy Beliefs. Journal of Psychological Research.

16- Kang, S., Shim, K., & Kim, J. (2019). Social media posts on Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosion: A comparative analysis of crisis framing and sentiments in three nations. Journal of International Crisis and Risk Communication Research, 2(2), 259-290. https://doi.org/10.30658/jicrcr.2.2.5

15- Shim, K. & Kim, S. (2019). Consumers’ ethical orientation and pro-firm behavioral response to CSR. Asian Journal of Business Ethics, 8,127. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13520-019-00091-6. [ESCI]

14- Lim, J. S., & Shim, K. (2019). Corporate Social Responsibility Beyond Borders: U.S. Consumer Boycotts of a Global Company over Sweatshop Issues in Supplier Factories Overseas, American Behavioral Scientist, 63(12). 1643–1664https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764219835241 [SJR Q1 0.84, SSCI: 2017 impact factor: 1.749, 5-year impact factor: 3.125]

13- Shim, K., & Oh, S. (2019). Does Fear of Isolation Disappear Online? Attention-Seeking Motivators in Online Political Engagement. Media and Communication7(1), 128–138. ISSN: 2183–2439. DOI: 10.17645/mac.v7i1.1761 [SJR Q2 0.44, Scopus]

12- Shim, K., Cho, H.C., Kim, S., & Yeo, S. (2018). Impact of Moral Foundations on Consumers’ Boycott Intentions: A Cross-Cultural Study of Crisis Perceptions and Responses in US, Korea, and Singapore. Communication Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0093650218793565 ISSN 0093-6502 [SJR Q1 1.82, SSCI: 2017 impact factor: 3.391, 5-year impact factor: 4.024]

11- Shim, K., & Oh, S. (2018). Who creates the Bandwagon? The dynamics of fear of isolation, opinion congruency and anonymity-efficacy on social media in the 2017 South Korean presidential election. Computers in Human Behavior. 86, 181-189.ISSN 0747-5632 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2018.04.012 [SJR Q1 1.71, SSCI: 2017 impact factor: 3.356, 5-year impact factor: 4.417] SEP 2018

10-Krishna, A., Kim, S., & Shim, K. (2018). Unpacking the Effects of Alleged Gender Discrimination in the Corporate Workplace on Consumers’ Affective Responses and Relational Perceptions. Communication Research, https://doi.org//10.1177/0093650218784483 ISSN 0093-6502 [SJR Q1 1.82, SSCI: 2017 impact factor: 3.391, 5-year impact factor: 4.024]

9-Shim, K., & Kim, J-N.(2017)The impacts of ethical philosophy on the corporate hypocrisy perception and communication intentions toward CSR. International Journal of Business Communication. [SJR Q1 1.82, Scopus 1.83 (CiteScore 2018)] ISSN 2329-4884 https://doi.org/10.1177/2329488417747597

8- Shim, K., Chung, M, & Kim, Y. (2017). Does ethical orientation matter? Determinants of public reaction to CSR communication. Public Relations Review, 43(4), 817-828. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2017.05.001 ISSN 0363-8111 [SJR Q1 1, SSCI: 5-year impact factor: 1.916] 2017.11.01. November 2017

7– Shim, K., & Yang, S. U. (2016). The effect of bad reputation: The occurrence of crisis, corporate social responsibility, and perceptions of hypocrisy and attitudes toward a company. Public Relations Review, 42, 68-78. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2015.11.009 ISSN 0363-8111 [SJR Q1 1, SSCI: 5-year impact factor: 1.916]

6- Shim, K. (2016). Subjectivity in media source perception: Fox news versus NPR.       Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 5(2), 177-197. https://doi.org/10.1386/ajms.5.2.177_1 ISSN 2001-0818 [ESCI]

5- Shim, K., Golan, G, J., Day, A., & Yang, S. U. (2015). Beyond the Western Masses: Demography and Pakistani Media Credibility Perceptions. International Journal of Communication, 9, 2282–2305.  ISSN 1932-8036 [SJR Q1 0.87, SSCI]

4- Shim, K, & Moon, B. (2015). The Effect of Biased Expectation of News Media on  Persuasion in a Government Crisis: Expectancy Violation Theory. Korean Journal of Advertising, 26(2), 343-359. ISSN 1225-0554 2015.02.23.

3- Shim, K. (2014). Impact of social media on power relations of Korean health  Activism. Media and Communication, 2(2) 72-83. http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/mac.v2i2.7 [SJR Q2 0.44, Scopus] 2014.07.24.

2- Shim, K. (2013). Strategic corporate social responsibility and local health  activism: An exploration into the case of Novartis’ issues management. Health Communication Research, 8, 81-119.

1- Shim, K. (2013). After Broadband Infrastructure Saturation: The Impact of  Public Investment on Rural Social Capital. International Journal of Communication7, 26–47. ISSN 1932-8036 [SJR Q1 0.87, SSCI]

Invited presentations & Publications

Shim, K., & Lim, J. S. (2017). Do consumers’ moral foundations predict boycotts? Mediating roles of blame attributions and anger in driving US consumers’ anti-sweatshop boycotts. Full paper published in Proceedings of the Korean Academic Society for Public Relations’ 2017 Annual Conference, 26 May 2017 at Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea.

Shim, K. (2016). The Role of Ethical Orientation in Two Countries: Different Outcomes in Perception of Corporate Authenticity and Pro-Firm Behavior Intention. Abstract published in Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Management, Education and Social Science, Dubai, UAE, June, 2016.

Shim, K. (2015). Ethical Consumers, The Myth or the Reality?: The Effects of Ethics in CSR on Corporate Authenticity and Pro-Firm Behaviours. Full paper published in Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Corporate Strategy and Social Responsibility, Zurich, Switzerland, July, 2015

Shim, K. (2015)Hardcore Subcultures for Law-Abiding Citizens and Online Nationalism: Case Study on the Korean Internet Community ILBE Jeojangso: In W. Hofmeister, M. Sarmah & P. Rueppel (Eds.), Nationalism in Asia and Europe. Panorama – Insights into Asian and European Affairs 2 (165-175). Singapore: Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung Ltd.

Shim, K. (2012) The impact of social media on journalism: the era of neo-network journalism. The Journalism Research Institute (JRI) Occasional Paper, Rutgers University.

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