Publications & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed journals

    • Baik, J.S (2020). Data privacy and political distrust: corporate “pro liars,” “gridlocked Congress,” and the Twitter issue public around the U.S. privacy legislation. Information, Communication and Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2020.1850839

    • Baik, J.S. (2020). Data privacy against innovation or against discrimination?: The case of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Telematics and Informatics, 52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tele.2020.101431

    • Baik, J. (2020). The Geotagging Counterpublic: The Case of Facebook Remote Check-Ins to Standing Rock. International Journal of Communication, 14, 2057–2077. https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/12663

    • Alarcon, A.*, Baik, J.*, & Kim, D. O.* (2019). “Everyone deserves a Smartphone?”: Understanding the media’s legitimation of mobile technology use by Syrian refugees. Mass Communication and Society, 22(6), 779-803. https://doi.org/10.1080/15205436.2019.1666993 (*Equal Contribution)

If you are interested in getting a pdf copy of the articles, please send an email to me at jsbaik@berkeley.edu!

Book Chapters

    • Baik, J. (In Press). Civic Imagination through Hip-hop: the case of a South Korean variety show, Infinite Challenge. In C. Hoad, G. Stahl, & O. Wilson (Eds.), Mixing Pop and Politics.

    • Baik, J. & Hollihan, T. (2021). Frame-Changing in the South Korean Legacy Media Coverage of the North Korean Nuclear Controversy. In T. Hollihan (Ed.), Engaging the Hermit Kingdom: Diplomatic and Mediated Arguments in the North Korean Crisis.

    • Baik, J. (2013). 국제영화제의 네트워크 세계정치와 한국의 전략 [Network Politics of International Film Festivals]. In Kim, S. (Ed.), 정보세계정치의 이해 [Understanding of Information Media Politics]. Hanul.

Online Media

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

  • Jang, E., Fischer, K., & Baik, J.S. (2021). Between Public Health and Privacy: A Critical Examination of Statewide Contact Tracing Apps as Boundary Objects of Pandemic Governance. The Annual Convention of the National Communication Association (NCA). Seattle, WA. Top Paper in ARSTM (Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine)

  • Baik, J.S. (2021). Framing Data Privacy as a Civil Right: From Neoliberal Privacy to Privacy Justice. Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC). Virtual.

  • Baik, J.S ., Yang, Y., Jang, E, & Ahn, S. (2021). Tracing Digital Contact Tracing: Surveillance Technology and Privacy Rights During COVID-19 in China, South Korea, and the United States. Communication & Technology Division at the 71st Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA). Virtual.

  • Baik, J.S. & Sridharan, H. (2021). Civil Rights and Silicon Valley: Facebook and Airbnb Civil Rights Audits as a Co-regulatory Governance Framework? The Inaugural Conference of Platform Governance Research Network. Virtual.

  • Ahn, S., Baik, J.S., Chang, H., Krause, C.S. (2021). Divergences in Procedural Accountability: Comparative Analysis on Social Media Political Speech Regulation in Germany, South Korea, Taiwan, and the United States. TPRC48: Research Conference on Communications, Information and Internet Policy. Virtual due to Covid-19.

  • Baik, J.S. (2020). Expanding the framework of networked privacy: from networked relations and technologies to networked institutions and data. The Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Virtual due to COVID-19.

  • Baik, J. (2020). Data privacy against innovation or against discrimination?: The case of California Consumer Privacy Act. Communication Law & Policy Division at the 70th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA). Virtual due to COVID-19.

  • Baik, J. (2019). Lacking consumer voices in consumer privacy?: Negotiation of data privacy regulations in the United States. Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute. Oxford, UK.

  • Baik, J. (2019). Data Privacy and Public Distrust of Institutions: Early Discourse of the US Consumer Privacy Regulations on Twitter. The International Conference on Social Media and Society. Toronto, Canada.

  • Alarcon, A., Baik, J.* & Kim, D. (2019). “Everyone deserves a Smartphone?”: Understanding the media’s legitimation of mobile technology use by Syrian refugees. Mobile Communication Division, The 69th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA). Washington, DC. (*The names are in alphabetical order.)

  • Kim, HT., Baik, J., Curran, N. Hollihan, T., & Riley, P. (2019). A Glimpse Outside the Hermit Kingdom: North Korean Media Narratives of the World. The 69th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA). Washington, DC.

  • Baik, J., Curran, N., Kim, HT., Riley, P., & Hollihan, T. (2019). North Korean Social Media Diplomacy on Threat and Risk: From Rocket Man to the Red Carpet. The 69th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA). Washington, DC.

  • Baik, J. (2018). Repurposed Geo-data and the Counterpublic: Folk Theories of Remote Check-ins to Standing Rock on Facebook. Communication Technology Division, the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2018 Conference. Washington, DC.

  • Riley, P., Kim, H., Baik, J., Curran, N & Hollihan, T. (2018). Narcissists and Despots: Mediated Arguments about the North Korean Nuclear Threat. The 9th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation (ISSA). Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  • Baik, J. (2018). When People Speak Out Unpopular Opinions: Network Centrality, Willingness to Self-Censor and Thresholds in Opinion Expression. The 11th Political Networks Conference. Arlington, VA. Available at SSRN: https://bit.ly/2NRaujq

  • Alarcon, A., Baik, J. & Kim, D. (2018). “Everyone deserves a Smartphone?”: Understanding the media’s legitimation of mobile technology use by Syrian refugees. USC Annenberg Graduate Fellowship Research and Creative Project Symposium. Los Angeles, CA.

  • Baik, J. (2017). LGBT Representation on Webtoons: Parasocial Contact Hypothesis, Familiarity, and Interaction. The 103rd Annual Convention of National Communication Association. Dallas, TX.

  • Baik, J. (2016). Peng Liyuan: China’s First Lady in Diplomacy. USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) Doctoral Conference on Public Diplomacy. Los Angeles, CA.

  • Baik, J. (2015). The Effects of Television Comedy Shows on Public Engagement in the United States and South Korean Political Campaigns. The 101th Annual Convention of National Communication Association. Las Vegas, NV.

  • Baik, J. (2012). K-POP and the International Politics of Culture: Dialogue of Network Power. Seoul National University’s Graduate Seminar ‘International Politics on New Korean Wave, Economic Cooperation & Development.’ Seoul, South Korea.