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1 Park, H. W., & Lim, Y. S. (2020). Do North Korean social media show signs of change?: An examination of a YouTube channel using qualitative tagging and social network analysis. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 19(1), 123-143. https://doi.org/10.17477/jcea.2020.19.1.123/   DOI View Article
2 Song, M., Jung, K., Kim, J. Y., & Park, H. W. (2019). Risk Communication on Social Media during the Sewol Ferry Disaster. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 18(1), 189-216. https://doi.org/10.17477/JCEA.2019.18.1.189/   DOI View Article
3 Dwyer, T., & Hutchinson, J. (2019). Through the looking glass: The role of portals in South Korea's online news media ecology. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 18(2), 16-32. doi: 10.17477/jcea.2019.18.2.016/   DOI View Article
4 Yoon, S. (2019). Techno populism and algorithmic manipulation of news in South Korea. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 18(2), 33-48. doi: 10.17477/jcea.2019.18.2.033/   DOI View Article
5 Song, M., Jung, K., Kim, J. Y., & Park, H. W. (2019). Risk communication on social Media during the Sewol Ferry Disaster. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 18(1), 189-216. doi:10.17477/jcea.2019.18.1.189/   DOI View Article
6 Ayhan, K. J. (2018). Editorial: Special issue on soft power and public diplomacy in East Asia. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 17(1), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.17477/JCEA.2018.17.1.001/   DOI View Article
7 Kim, H. J. (2018). Multi-stakeholders in public and cultural diplomacies as seen through the lens of public-private partnerships: A comparative case study of Germany and South Korea. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, 17(1), 68-93./   DOI View Article
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