The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Advertising, Content analysis, Public relations and Gender studies. Her Advertising research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Marketing and The Internet. Her The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Valence, Fear appeal, Gateway and Health information.
Hye-Jin Paek has included themes like Multimedia and Harm in her Content analysis study. Her work on Public relations is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Downshifting. Hye-Jin Paek focuses mostly in the field of Gender studies, narrowing it down to matters related to Mass media and, in some cases, Tobacco control.
Hye-Jin Paek focuses on Social psychology, Advertising, Public relations, Content analysis and Social media. As part of the same scientific family, Hye-Jin Paek usually focuses on Social psychology, concentrating on Health promotion and intersecting with Social marketing. Her Advertising research integrates issues from Interactivity, Marketing and Internet privacy.
Hye-Jin Paek brings together Public relations and Government to produce work in her papers. The concepts of her Content analysis study are interwoven with issues in Tobacco control, Social cognitive theory and Newspaper. As part of her studies on Social media, Hye-Jin Paek often connects relevant areas like The Internet.
Social psychology, Social media, Impulsivity, Conformity and The Internet are her primary areas of study. Hye-Jin Paek undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social psychology and Country study through her research. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention and Environmental health.
Her research in Impulsivity intersects with topics in Interpersonal communication and Intrapersonal communication. Her Conformity research incorporates elements of Vignette and Norm. Her studies deal with areas such as Identity, Friendship, Scale, Online community and Peer group as well as The Internet.
Her primary scientific interests are in Social media, Digital media, Electronic cigarette, World Wide Web and Search engine. Hye-Jin Paek combines subjects such as Social psychology and Facilitator with her study of Social media.
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Downshifting Consumer = Upshifting Citizen? An Examination of a Local Freecycle Community
Michelle R. Nelson;Mark A. Rademacher;Hye Jin Paek.
Annals of The American Academy of Political and Social Science (2007)
Examination of Gender-role Portrayals in Television Advertising across Seven Countries
Hye Jin Paek;Michelle R. Nelson;Alexandra M. Vilela.
Sex Roles (2011)
Cross-cultural differences in sexual advertising content in a transnational women's magazine
Michelle R. Nelson;Hye Jin Paek.
Sex Roles (2005)
Engagement across three social media platforms: An exploratory study of a cause-related PR campaign
Hye-Jin Paek;Thomas Hove;Yumi Jung;Richard T. Cole.
Public Relations Review (2013)
Reduced Harm or Another Gateway to Smoking? Source, Message, and Information Characteristics of E-Cigarette Videos on YouTube
Hye-Jin Paek;Sookyong Kim;Thomas Hove;Jung Yoon Huh.
Journal of Health Communication (2014)
A content analysis of advertising in a global magazine across seven countries: Implications for global advertising strategies
Michelle Renee Nelson;Hye Jin Paek.
International Marketing Review (2007)
Content analysis of antismoking videos on YouTube: message sensation value, message appeals, and their relationships with viewer responses
Hye-Jin Paek;Kyongseok Kim;Thomas Hove.
Health Education Research (2010)
Racial Ideology, Model Minorities, and the "Not-So-Silent Partner:" Stereotyping of Asian Americans in U.S. Magazine Advertising
Hye Jin Paek;Hemant Shah.
Howard Journal of Communications (2003)
Theory-based approaches to understanding public emergency preparedness: implications for effective health and risk communication.
Hye-Jin Paek;Karen Hilyard;Vicki Freimuth;J. Kevin Barge.
Journal of Health Communication (2010)
Local News, Social Integration, and Community Participation: Hierarchical Linear Modeling of Contextual and Cross-Level Effects
Hye-Jin Paek;So-Hyang Yoon;Dhavan V. Shah.
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (2005)
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