University of Missouri-Columbia
University of Florida
|Strategic communication consultant, Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services; Assistant Account Executive for a P.C.O. company in Seoul, South Korea|
|Publications:||Lee, H., Park, S., Lee, Y. A., & Cameron, G. T. (2010). Assessment of motion media on believability and credibility: An exploratory study. Public Relations Review, 36, 310-312.
Lee, H., & Park, H.J. (Accepted for Publication). Testing the impact of message interactivity on relationship management and organizational reputation. Journal of Public Relations Research.
Lee, J. H., & Lee, H. (In Press). Canonical correlation analysis of online video advertising viewing motivations and access characteristics. New Media & Society. Available online at http://nms.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/06/04/1461444812444708
Lee, H., Lee, Y.A., Park, S, Willis, E., & Cameron, G. T. (In Press). Examining the gain and loss frames of local health news stories. Health Communication.
Lee, H., & Len-Rios, M. (Accepted for publication). Defining obesity: Second-level Agenda Setting Attributes in Black Newspapers and General Audience Newspapers. Journal of Health Communication
Lee. H. & Choi, Y. (Accepted for publication). Anti-smoking videos on social media: Comparative analysis of the persuasive attributes on YouTube videos. Book chapter accepted for edited book, "Talking Tobacco." Edited by Drs. Stewart Esrock, Joy Hart, and Kandi Walker.
|Top student paper; International Public Relations Research Conference, 2011; Top Visual Poster, Public Relations Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, 2008|
|Public Relations, Strategic Health Communication; Social Media|
|Communication Department Graduate Committee; Technology Committee; Psi Theta Honors Society Faculty Advisor|
|Other Activities:||Paper reviewer for Health Communication Division, International Communications Association (ICA); Information Systems Student Paper Reviewer; Paper reviewer for Communicating Science, Health, Environment and Risk, a Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)|