Soo Jung Moon

I joined the UWG faculty in 2008 after completing my Ph.D. in journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to academic career, I worked as a professional journalist for twelve years in Seoul, Korea. I teach various journalism courses such as media ethics, news writing, computer-assisted reporting and critical issues in journalism. My research has focused on social implications of the media, and one of the attractive objects is economic news. Other research areas include investigations into changes that are occurring as the result of the introduction of new technology, and media ethics.

  • Ph.D., Journalism, University of Texas Austin, 2008

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Hyun, K. & Moon, S.J. (2016). Agenda Setting in the Fragmented TV News Context: Attribute Agenda Setting and Polarized Evaluation of Presidential Candidates among Viewers of NBC, CNN, and FOX News. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 93 (3), 509-52 [View Publication (PDF)]

Moon, S.J. & Hadley, P. (2014). Routinizing a new technology in the newsroom: Twitter as a news source in mainstream media. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 58 (2), 289-305. doi:10.1080/08838151.2014.906435 [View Publication (PDF)]

Hyun, K. & Moon, S.J. (2014). News Media’s Role in the Issue-Voting Process: News Attention, Issue Proximity and Vote Choice. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 91 (4), 687-705. doi: 10.1177/1077699014550095 [View Publication (PDF)]