Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Kang Hyunjin
Assistant Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Journal Articles
(Not applicable to NIE
staff as info will be
pulled from PRDS)
Kang, H., & Lou, C. (2022). AI agency vs. Human agency: Understanding human–AI interactions on TikTok and their implications for user engagement. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 27(5). 1-13.

Kang, H., & Kim, K. J. (2022). Does humanization or machinization makes the IoT persuasive? The effects of source orientation and social presence. Computers in Human Behavior, 129, 107152.

Kang, H., Kim, K. J. Wang, S. (2022). Can the Internet of Things persuade me? An investigation into power dynamics in human-IoT interaction. Frontiers in Psychology.

Kang, H., Shin, W., & Huang, J. (2021; published online first). Teens’ privacy management on video-sharing social media: The roles of perceived privacy risk and parental mediation. Internet Research.

Kang, H., & Oh, J. (2021; published online first) An extended privacy calculus model for smart speakers: Integrating the role of privacy self-efficacy and the multi-dimensional view of privacy management. New Media & Society.

Kang, H., & Oh, J. (2021; published online first). Beyond user control and two-way communication: The four-factor model of interactivity of smart wearables. Media Psychology.

Kang, H., & Kim, H. K. (2020). My avatar and the affirmed self: Psychological and persuasive implications of avatar customization. Computers in Human Behavior, 112(April), 106446.

Kang, H., & Kim, K. J. (2020). Private Information Disclosure on the Internet of Things: The Effects of Tailoring, Self-expansion, and Power Usage. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 64(4), 640–660.

Kang, H., & Kim, K. J. (2020). Feeling connected to smart objects? A moderated mediation model of locus of agency, anthropomorphism, and sense of connectedness. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 133 (July 2019), 45–55.

Kang, H., & Sundar, S. S. (2016). When Self Is the Source: Effects of Media Customization on Message Processing. Media Psychology, 19(4), 561–588.

Kang, H., Shin, W., & Tam, L. (2016). Differential responses of loyal versus habitual consumers towards mobile site personalization on privacy management. Computers in Human Behavior, 56, 281–288.

Kang, H., & Shin, W. (2016). Do Smartphone Power Users Protect Mobile Privacy Better than Nonpower Users? Exploring Power Usage as a Factor in Mobile Privacy Protection and Disclosure. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 19(3), 179–185.

Kang, H., & Sundar, S. S. (2013). Depleted egos and affirmed selves: The two faces of customization. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(6), 2273–2280.

Kang, H., Bae, K., Zhang, S., & Sundar, S. S. (2011). Source cues in online news: Is the proximate source more powerful than distal sources? Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 88(4), 719–736.
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