Dal Yong Jin

Professor

T: 778-782-5116
E: djin@sfu.ca
Room: HC3555

 

Education

  • 2004 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Illinois
    Ph. D., Program at the Institute of Communications Research
    Dissertation Title: “Political Economy of Communication Industry Reorganization: Republic of Korea, 1987-2002” (Advisor: Dan Schiller)
  • 2000 University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
    M.P.A. (Master of Public Affairs) at the Lyndon B. Johnson School (LBJ)
  • 1988 Yonsei University Graduate School, Seoul, Korea. M.A. in Public Policy
  • 1986 Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. B. A. in Public Administration

publications

Books

Journals Edited

  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017, Special Issue). Digital Korea. Media, Culture and Society39(5): 715-777.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Tae-Jin Yoon (2017, Special Issue). In Retrospect of the Korean Wave: 20 Years and Prospect. International Journal of Communication 11: 2241-2386.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Florian Schneider (2016, Special Issue). The Dynamics of Digital Play in Asia. Asiascape: Digital Asia (DIAS) 3(1/2): 1-111.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Nissim Otmazgin (2014, Special Issue). The Emergence of Asian Cultural Industries: Policies, Strategies, and Trajectories. Pacific Affairs87(1): 43-114
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2010, Special Issue). Games and Culture: Asia-Pacific Perspective. Iowa Journal of Communication 42(1): 1-94

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Jin, Dal Yong (online first, 2018). "Transnationalism, Cultural Flows, and the Rise of the Korean Wave around the Globe." International Communication Gazette, 1-4. 
  • Min, Won Jung, Dal Yong Jin, and Ben Han (online first, 2018). “Transnational Korean Pop Culture in Latin America: Transcultural Fandom in Latin America: I am not Chinito but Coreano.” Media, Culture and Society 1-16.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2018). “An Analysis of the Korean Wave as Transnational Popular Culture: North American Youth Engage Through Social Media as TV Becomes Obsolete.” International Journal of Communication 12: 404-422.
  • Ryoo, Woong Jae and Dal Yong Jin (2018, online first). “Cultural Politics in the South Korean Cultural Industries: Confrontations between State-Developmentalism and Neoliberalism.” The International Journal of Cultural Policy.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2018). “Evolution of Korea’s Mobile Technologies: from a historical approach.” Mobile Media and Communication 6(1): 71-87.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). “Digital Platform as a Double-edged Sword: How to Interpret Cultural Flows in the Platform Era.” International Journal of Communication 11:3880-3898.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). “Construction of Digital Korea: History, Use, and Implications of New Communication Technologies in the 21st Century.” Media, Culture & Society 39(5): 715-726.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Tae-jin Yoon (2017). “The Korean Wave: retrospect and prospects.” International Journal of Communication 11: 2241-2249.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). “The Rise of Platform Imperialism in the Networked-Korean Society: a critical analysis of corporate sphere in the age of digital platforms.” Asiascape: Digital Asia
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). Critical Analysis of Pokémon GO Phenomenon. Mobile Media and Communication 5(1): 55-58.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Kyong Yoon (2016). “The social mediascape of transnational Korean pop culture: Hallyu 2.0 as spreadable media practice.” New Media and Society 18(7): 1277-1292.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Kyong Yoon (2016). “Re-imagining smartphones in local mediascape: a cultural analysis of young KaKao Talk users.” Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies 22(5): 510-523
  • Kim, Tae-young and Dal Yong Jin (2016). “Cultural Diplomacy in the Korean Wave: An analysis of presidential speeches.” International Journal of Communication
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2016). Understanding Civic Engagement in the Smartphone Era: corporate sphere vs. public sphere. Development and Society
  • Kim, Hanbeol and Dal Yong Jin (2016). A Comparative Analysis: focusing on Korean Media’s coverage of STAP cell research fabrication issue. Korean Journal of Journalism and Communication Studies 60(4): 169-202 (in Korean)
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2016). “Socio-cultural Interpretation of the Bow and Arrow in Digital Media: The Hunger Games versus War of the Arrow” Triple C: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 14(1): 279-291.
  • Yoon, Kyong and Dal Yong Jin (2016). “The Korean Wave Phenomenon in Asian Diasporas in Canada.” Journal of Intercultural Studies 37(1): 69-83.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2016). “Critical Interpretations of Digital Labor on Digital Platforms: Philosophy of Technology Perspectives.” Journal of Media Economics and Culture 14(2): 252-282.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Florian Schneider (2016). “The Dynamics of Digital Play in Asia.” Asiascape: Digital Asia 3 (1/2): 5-15.
  • Kyong, Yoon and Jin, Dal Yong (2016). “The Gamification of Mobile Communication among Young Smartphone Users in Seoul.” Asiascape: Digital Asia 3 (1/2): 60-78.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “The Mediatization of Buddhism in Digital Media: the Contemporary Reflection of Uisang’s Hwaom Thought.” Journal of Media and Religion 14(4): 196-210.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “Digital Convergence of Korea’s Webtoons: transmedia storytelling.” Communication Research and Practice 1(3):193-209.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “Critical Analysis of User Commodities as Free Labour in Social Networking Sites: A Case Study of Cyworld.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 29(6): 938-950.
  • Jin, Dal Yong, Florence Chee, and Seah Kim (2015). “Transformative Mobile Game Culture: socio-cultural analysis of the Korean mobile gaming in the smartphone era.” International Journal of Cultural Studies 18(4): 413-429.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Andrew Feenberg (2015). “Commodity and Community in Social Networking: Marx and the Monetization of User-Generated Content.” The Information Society 31(1): 52-60.
  • Mok, Jung Min and Dal Yong Jin (2014). “Research on the Newspaper Journalists’ Selection under Scientific Uncertainty: The Case of Fluxing of Radiational Particles from Fukushima Nuclear Plant.” Korean Journal of Journalism and Communication Studies 58(6): 119-151 (in Korean)
  • Lee, Young Hee and Dal Yong Jin (2014). “Technology and Citizens: An Analysis of Citizens' Jury on the Korean National Pandemic Response System.” Javnost-the Public 21(3): 23-38.
  • Hart, Catherine, Dal Yong Jin, and Andrew Feenberg (2014). “The Insecurity of Innovation: A Critical Analysis of Cybersecurity in the United States.” International Journal of Communication 8: 2860-2878.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2014). “Cultural Politics in the New Korean Wave: an analysis of the nation-state.” Culture and Politics 1(1): 7-30 (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Woong Jae Ryoo (2014). “Critical Interpretation of Hybrid K-Pop: The Global-Local Paradigm of English Mixing in Lyrics.” Popular Music and Society 37(2): 113-131.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2014). “The Power of the Nation-state amid Neoliberal Reform: shifting cultural politics in the new Korean Wave.” Pacific Affairs 87(1): 71-92.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Nissim Otmazgin (2014). “Introduction: East Asian Cultural Industries: Policies, Strategies, and Trajectories.” Pacific Affairs 87(1): 43-51.
  • Borowy, Michael and Dal Yong Jin (2013). “Pioneering eSport: The Experience Economy and the Marketing of Early 1980s Arcade Gaming Contests.” International Journal of Communication 7: 2254-2275.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2013). Hybridity is the New Norm: Korean Cinema in a Global Age. Asia Pacific Memo 248. November 15. http://www.asiapacificmemo.ca
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2013). “The Construction of Platform Imperialism in the Globalization Era.” Triple C: Communication, Capitalism & Critique. Open Access Journal For a Global Sustainable Information Society 11(1): 145-172.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “The New-wave of De-convergence: a new business model of the communication industry in the 21st Century.” Media, Culture and Society 34(6): 776-772.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “Transforming the global film industries: horizontal integration and vertical concentration amid neoliberal globalization.” International Communication Gazette 74(5): 405-422.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012)“Hallyu 2.0: The New Korean Wave in the Creative Industry.” The Journal of International Institute 2(1): 3-7.
  • Ko, Young-Joon and Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “Analysis of TV News of the Nuclear Waste Storage Facility: TV News reporting of Boo-An case and Gyeong-Ju.” Media and Society 24(4): 5-45 (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Lee, Dong-Hoo (2012). “The Birth of East Asia: cultural regionalization through Co-Production Strategies.” Spectator 32 (2): 26-40.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “How to re-educate Journalists in the Social Media Era.” Newspaper and Broadcasting 493: 70-77 (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “A Critical Analysis of U.S. Cultural Policy in the Global Film Market: nation-states and FTAs.” International Communication Gazette73(8): 651-669.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “The Digital Korean Wave: Local Online Gaming goes Global.” Media International Australia 141: 128-136.                                   
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Soochul Kim (2011). “Sociocultural Analysis of the Commodification of Ethnic Media and Asian Consumers in Canada.” International Journal of Communication 5: 552-569.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “Reporting on Cybercrimes and Science Journalism.” Newspaper and Broadcasting 486: 47-51 (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2010). “Communicative Science Journalism in the Future of Science and Technology.” Future Horizon 7 (Winter): 12-13 (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2010). “Financialization of the Asian Game Industry in the Midst of the Global Recession.” Iowa Journal of Communication 42(1): 23-44.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2010). “Special Issue Introduction: Games and Culture: Asia-Pacific Perspective.” Iowa Journal of Communication 42(1): 1-3.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2010). Critical Interpretation of Hybridization in Korean Cinema: Does the local film industry create ‘the Third Space.” Javnost-the Public 17(1): 55-72.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2009). “De-convergence: a shifting business trend in the U.S. digital media industries,” Journal of Media Economics and Culture 7 (1): 3-44.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2008). “Neoliberal Restructuring of the Global Communication System: Mergers and Acquisitions,” Media, Culture and Society 30(3): 357-373.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2008). “Cultural Coup d'état: The Changing Roles of the UNESCO and the Local Government on Cultural Sovereignty,” Javnost - the Public 15(5): 5-22.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Florence Chee (2008). “Age of New Media Empire: A Critical Interpretation of the Korean Online Game Industry,” Games and CultureA Journal of Interactive Media 3(1): 38-58.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2007). “Transformation of the World Television System under Neoliberal Globalization, 1983-2003,” Television and New Media 8(3): 179-196.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2007). “Reinterpretation of Cultural Imperialism: Emerging Domestic Market vs. Continuing U.S. Dominance,” Media, Culture and Society 29 (5): 753-771.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Lee, Dong-Hoo (2007). “The Birth of East Asia: Cultural Regionalization through Co-production Strategies,” Spectator 27 (2): 31-45.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2006). “Political and Economic Processes in the Privatization of the Korean Telecommunications Industry: A Case Study of Korea Telecom, 1987-2003,” Telecommunications Policy 30(1): 3-13.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2006). “Cultural Politics in Korea’s Contemporary Films under Neoliberal Globalization,” Media, Culture & Society 28(1): 6-23.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2005). “The Telecom Crisis and Beyond: Restructuring of the Global Telecommunications System,” International Communication Gazette67(3): 289-304.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2005). “Socio-economic Implications of Broadband Services: Information Economy in Korea,” Information, Communication & Society 8(4): 503-523.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2005). “Blockbuster-ization vs. Copywood: The Nation-state and Cultural Identity in Korean Cinema,” Journal of Media Economics and Culture 3 (3): 46-72.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2003). “Globalization of Japanese Culture: Economic Power vs. Cultural Power, 1989-2002," Prometheus 21 (3): 335-345. 
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2003). “Beyond Cyber-terrorism: Cyber-security in Everyday Life,” The Ellul Forum 32 (newsletter): 8-13
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2003). “E-Tax or E-Commerce: The Debate on Taxing Electronic Commerce Transactions,” Journal of Internet Commerce 2 (1): 65-87.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2002). “Regionalization of East Asia in the 1990s: Cultural and Economic Aspects of Television Program Trade.” Media Asia: An Asian Mass Communication Quarterly 29 (4): 215-228.

Book Chapters and Encyclopedia Entries

  • Jin, Dal Yong (2018). "Political Economy of Media." Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. Dana Cloud (ed.). London: Oxford University Press.
  •  Jin, Dal Yong (2018). "Hospitality Spirit in Movie Logan and Trump's Refugee Crisis." In Choi, Jin Woo (ed.). Home Culturalis: cultural human and humanist Culture, 57-61. Seoul: Park Young Sa (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2018). Hospitality Spirit in Movie Logan and Trump’s Refugee Crisis. Choi, Jin Woo (ed.). Home Culturalis: cultural human and humanist culture, 57-61. Seoul: Park Young Sa (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Jade Kim (2018). “Korean Wave (Hallyu).” In Youm, Kyu Ho and Nojin Kwak (eds.). Korean Communication, Media, and Culture. An Annotated Bibliography. Lanham, MD: Lexington
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2018). “The Korean Government's New Cultural Policy in the Age of Social Media.” In Nobuko Kawashima and Hye-kyung Lee (eds.). Asian Cultural Flows: Creative Industries, Cultural Policies and Media Consumers, 3-17. New York: Springer.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2018). “Korean Digital Games.” In Jin, Dal Yong and Nojin Kwak (eds.). Communication, Digital Media and Popular Culture: contemporary research and future prospects, 301-319. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Nojin Kwak (2018). “Introduction: Review and Future Prospects of Korean Communication Research.” In Jin, Dal Yong and Nojin Kwak (eds.). Communication, Digital Media and Popular Culture: contemporary research and future prospects, xiii-xxiii. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
  • Yoon, Tae-Jin and Dal Yong Jin (2017). “Preface.” The Korean Wave: Evolution, Fandom, and Transnationality, vii-ix. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). “A Critical Interpretation of the Cultural Industries in the Era of New Korean Wave.” In Tae-jin Yoon and Dal Yong Jin (eds.). The Korean Wave: Evolution, Fandom, and Transnationality, 43-64. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
  • Yoon, Tae-Jin and Dal Yong Jin (2017). “Introduction The Korean Wave: Twenty Years, Retrospect and Prospect.” In Tae-jin Yoon and Dal Yong Jin (eds.). The Korean Wave: Evolution, Fandom, and Transnationality. xi-xix. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017), “The Deconverging Convergence of the Global Communication Industries in the Twenty-First Century.” Sparviero, Sergio, Peil, Corinna, and Balbi, Gabriele (Eds.) 199-216. Media Convergence and Deconvergence, 199-216. New York: palgrave.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). “Anipang Games.” In Mejia, R., J. Banks and A. Adams (eds.). The 100 Greatest Video Games, 9-10. Lowman & Littlefield.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2017). “Lineage Games.” In Mejia, R., J. Banks and A. Adams (eds.). The 100 Greatest Video Games, 108-109. Lowman & Littlefield.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2016). “The Emergence of Asian Mobile Games: Definitions, Industries, and Trajectories.” In Jin, D.Y. Mobile Gaming In Asia: politics, culture and emerging technologies. pp. 3-20. New York: Springer.
  • Yoon, Kyong and Jin, Dal Yong (2016). “The Gamification of Mobile Communication in Seoul, South Korea.” In Jin, D.Y. Mobile Gaming In Asia: politics, culture and emerging technologies. pp. 107-122. New York: Springer.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2016). Introduction to the Translation of Digital Vertigo. Digital Vertigo, pp. 5-8. Seoul: Hanul.
  • Borowy, Michael and Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “Mega Events of the Future: The Experience Economy, the Korean Connection and the Growth of eSport.” In Richard Gruneau and John Horne (eds.), Mega Events and Globalization: Capital and Spectacle in a Changing World Order, pp. 206-219. London: Routledge.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2016). “Cultural Interpretation of Cyberterrorism and Cybersecurity in Everyday Life. In Shaw, Jeffrey (ed.). Jacques Ellul on Violence, Terrorism, and War, 53-69. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock Publishers.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “From a Cottage House to the Symbol of Creative Industries: the evolution of Korea’s online game industry.” In Hjorth, Larissa and Olivia Khoo (eds.), pp. 416-429. The Routledge Handbook of New Media in Asia. London: Routledge.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “The Construction of Platform Imperialism in the Globalization Era.” In Mosco, Vincent and Christian Fuchs (eds.). Marx in the Age of Digital Capitalism, pp. 322-349. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “Cyber-bullying: a case study of Canada.” Understanding and Countermeasure of Cyber-bullying, 163-178. Seoul: Education Culture Press (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “Globalization of Online Games.” Kerr, A. and J. Ivory (eds.). The International Encyclopedia of Digital Communication and Society, pp. 1-7. New York: Blackwell.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2015). “New Perspectives on the Creative Industries in the Hallyu 2.0 Era: Global-Local Dialectics in Intellectual Properties.” In Nornes, A. M., and Lee, S.J. (eds.).
  • Hallyu 2.0: Korean Wave in the Age of Social Media, pp. 53-70. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2014). “Construction of the App Economy in the Networked Korean Society.” In Miller, P. and S. Matviyenko (eds.). The Imaginary App,pp.163-178. Boston, MA: The MIT Press.
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Michael Borowy (2014). “Political Culture of Gaming in Korea amid Neoliberal Globalization.” In Kleinman, D. and K. Moore (eds.).Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology and Society, pp. 189-203. London: Routledge.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2014). “Korean Wave vs. Japanization: a comparative analysis of cultural policies.” in Kim, D.K. and Kim. M.S. (eds.). Globalization of Korean Popular CultureHallyu, pp. 184-198. Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2013). “Social Media-The Fastest Way towards Innovation.” Jung, Jae Seong (ed.). KAIST, Best Lectures Opening the Future 2014. Seoul: Purun (In Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2013). “Hybridization of Korean popular culture: Films and Online Gaming.” In Kim, Youna (ed.). The Korean WaveKorean Media go Global, pp. 148-164. London: Routledge.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2013). “A Critical Analysis of Cultural Imperialism: from the Asian frontlines,” in Vicki Mayer (ed.). The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies vol. 2, pp. 241-254Boston, MA: Blackwell.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “Reinterpretation of Cultural Imperialism.” In Daya Thussu (ed.). International Communication Vol. I. London: Sage.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “Convergence of Social Media and K-Pop: political economy of Hallyu 2.0.”  In Kim, D. H. (ed.). Social Media, pp. 153-173. Seoul: Communication Books (in Korean).
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2012). “Commodification of Social Network Sites.” In Social Media Forum. Understanding of Social Media, pp. 254-270. Seoul: Miraein (in Korea, 2nd edition in 2014).
  • Winseck, Dwayne and Dal Yong Jin (2011). “Preface.” In Winseck, Dwayne and Dal Yong Jin (eds.). The Political Economies of Media: the transformation of the global media industries, pp. xv-xix. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “Deconvergence and Deconsolidation in the Global Media Industries.” In Winseck, Dwayne and Dal Yong Jin (eds.). The Political Economies of Media: the transformation of the global media industries, pp. 167-182. London: Bloomsbury.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “Cultural Politics in Japanization and the Korean Wave: The changing role of nation-states in the midst of cultural globalization,” in Kim, D.K. and Kim. M.S. (eds.). Hallyu: Influence of Korean Popular Culture in Asia and Beyond, pp. 91-129. Seoul: Seoul National University.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “Corporate Strategies in Media Convergence: A Comparative Study of Sony vs. Samsung as Transnational Cultural Industries,” in Jin, D.Y. Global Media Convergence and Cultural Transformation: Emerging Social Patterns and Characteristics, pp. 340-353. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2011). “Preface,” in Jin, D.Y. Global Media Convergence and Cultural Transformation: Emerging Social Patterns and Characteristics, pp.xv-xx. Hershey, PA: IGI Global
  • Jin, Dal Yong and Florence Chee (2009). “The politics of online gaming,” in Hjorth, Larissa and Dean Chan (eds.). Gaming cultures in the Asia–Pacific region, pp. 19-38. London: Routledge.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (2008). “Socio-Cultural Interpretations to the Diffusion and Use of Broadband Services in a Digital Society,” in Dwivedi Y.K.,Papazafeiropoulou, A., and Choudrie, J. (eds.), Handbook of Research in Global Diffusion of Broadband DataTransmission, pp.78-89.Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Jin, Dal Yong, and Shim, Doobo (2007). “Transformation and Development of the Korean Broadcasting Media,” in Murphy, Patrick and Isaac Abeku Blankson (eds.), Globalization and Media Transformation in New and Emerging Democracies, pp. 161-176. New York: SUNY Press.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (1999). “Philadelphia Metropolitan Area Intermodal Coordination,” in Boske, Leigh B. (ed.), Case Studies of Multimodal/ Intermodal Transportation Planning Methods, Funding Programs, and Projects, pp.171-182. Austin, TX: The University of Texas.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (1999). “Fort Worth Alliance Intermodal Trade and Logistics Center,” in Boske, Leigh B. (ed.), Case Studies of Multimodal/ Intermodal Transportation Planning Methods, Funding Programs, and Projects, pp.161-170. Austin, TX: The University of Texas.
  • Jin, Dal Yong (1999). “Florida Trade Data Center,” in Boske, Leigh B. (ed.), Case Studies of Multimodal/ Intermodal Transportation Planning Methods, Funding Programs, and Projects, pp.153-160. Austin, TX: The University of Texas.

Book Reviews

  • Consalvo, Mia (2017). Atari to Zelda: Japan’s Videogames in Global Contexts. Cambridge, MIT Press. Technology and Culture 58: 604-606.
  • Choe, Youngmin (2016). Tourist Distractions: Traveling and Feeling in Transnational Hallyu Cinema. Duke University Press. Korean Studies
  • Lie, John (2016). K-POP: Popular Music, Cultural Amnesia, and Economic Innovation in South Korea. Berkeley: University of California Press. Pacific Affairs 89(1): 200-202.
  • Lars Eckstein and Anja Schwarz (eds.) (2015). Postcolonial Piracy: Media Distribution and Cultural Production in the Global South. London: Bloomsbury. Information, Communication and Society 18(12):1457-1459.
  • Otmazgin, Nissim and Eyal Ben-Ari (eds.) (2015). Popular Culture and the State in East and Southeast Asia. London: Routledge. Japanese Studies35(2):264-266.
  • Kyung Hyun Kim and Young Min Choe (eds.) (2015). The Korean Popular Culture Reader. Durham: Duke University Press. Pacific Affairs 88(2): 330-333.
  • Carin Holroyd and Kenneth Coates (2014). Digital Media in East Asia: National Innovation and the Transformation of a Region. New York: Cambria Press. Pacific Affairs 87 (2): 301-303.

research

  • Globalization and Media
  • Asian Media and Culture
  • Online Game Studies/ Social Media
  • Technology and Culture
  • Political Economy of Culture
  • Telecommunications Policy
  • Science Journalism