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Sang-Yeon Kim

Associate Professor
 (414) 229-3917
 Johnston Hall 223

Education

PhD, Communication, Michigan State University

Research Interests

His major research interest involves examining the process of interethnic giving (e.g., students’ community engagement) as a means of promoting natives’ attitudes toward ethnic minorities and vice versa. His current research project seeks to increase the level of comfort for initiating intercultural communication in multi-cultural communities.

Courses Taught

Commun 350: Introduction to Intercultural Communication
Commun 464: Theories and Practices of Social Influence
Commun 700: Quantitative Research in Communication
Commun 864: Communication and Social Influence

Selected Publications

Kim, S., Ahn, S., & Lim, T. Predicting alcohol misuse among college students in the U.S. and South Korea. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse.
Kim, S. Power curves. Allen, M. (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods.
Kim, S. Intercoder reliability techniques: Cohen’s Kappa. Allen, M. (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods.
Kim, S. p-value. Allen, M. (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods.
Kim, S., & Lim, T. (2015). Communication across cultures with people from Korea. Bennett, J. M. (Ed.). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Intercultural Competence, 1, 80-84.
Holmstrom, A., & Kim, S. (2015). The mediating role of cognitive reattribution and reappraisal in the esteem support process. Communication Research, 42, 60-86.
Graham, S., Kim, S., DeVasto, D., & Keith, W. M. (2015). Statistical genre analysis: Toward big data methodologies in technical communication. Technical Communication Quarterly, 24, 70-104.
Kim, S., Allen, M. R., Preiss, R. G., & Peterson, B. (2014, November). Meta-Analysis of Counterattudinal Advocacy Data: Evidence for an Additive Cues Model. Communication Quarterly, 62(5), 607-620.
Kim, S., Levine, T. R., & Allen, M. R. (2014, November). The intertwined model of reactance for resistance and persuasive boomerang. Communication Research, 41, 1-21.
Harris, L. J., & Kim, S. (2014). “True” Americans and “violent” immigrants: Making sense of wife murder during the nineteenth-century United States. Immigrants & Minorities: Historical Studies in Ethnicity, Migration, and Diaspora, 33, 66-91.
Kim, S., Levine, T. R., & Allen, M. R. (2014). The intertwined model of reactance for resistance and persuasive boomerang. Communication Research.
Kim, S., Allen, M. R., Preiss, R., & Peterson, B. (2014). Meta-analysis of counterattitudinal advocacy data: Evidence for an additive cue model. Communication Quarterly, 62, 607-620.
Song, H., Kim, J., & Kim, S. (2014). Smoker identity among social smokers in college. Journal of Substance Use, 19, 346-350.
Kim, S., Kim, J., & Lim, T. (2013). The impact of relational holism on conflict management style in colleagueship and friendship: A cross-cultural study. Studies in Communication Sciences, 13, 58-66.
Kim, S., Kim, J., & Lim, T. (2013). The impact of relational holism on conflict management style in colleagueship and friendship. Studies in Communication Sciences, 13, 58-66.
Kim, S., Levine, T., & Allen, M. R. (2013). Comparing separate process and intertwined models for reactance. Communication Studies, 64, 273-295.
Kim, S., & Allen, M. R. (2012). Testing an additive model for the effectiveness of evidence on the persuasiveness of a message. Social Influence, Psychology Press, 7, 65-77.
Lim, T., Kim, S., & Kim, J. (2011). Holism: A Missing Link in Individualism-Collectivism Research. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, Routledge, 40, 21-38.