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The Impact of Users’ Political Tendencies on Selective Exposure and Political Polarization on Web Portals: Analysis Comparing Naver’s and Daum’s Comments
Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Internet Domain Name Arbitration Cases: A Cross-National Comparison of the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy
This study examined whether the presence of a Free Trade Agreement between the United States and a foreign country significantly affected the outcomes of Internet domain name dispute arbitration… Expand
Accessibility of local government websites: influence of financial resources, county characteristics and local demographics
- Yang Bai, Jenna Grzeslo, Bumgi Min, Krishna Jayakar
- Universal Access in the Information Society
- 7 August 2020
Although many studies have investigated how well government websites have implemented website accessibility standards, such as Section 508 and WCAG 2.0, very little research has been conducted… Expand
Is the 2014 E-Rate Reform a Game Changer? An Empirical Analysis of Pennsylvania Data
The objective of this study is to analyze the impact of the 2014 reforms on the pattern of distribution of funds from the E-Rate program. Using data for the state of Pennsylvania, the project… Expand
How Propaganda Techniques Leverage Their Advantages: A Cross-national Study of the Effects of Chinese International Propaganda on the U.S. and South Korean Audiences
The aim of this study is to explore the effects of recent Chinese international propaganda by adopting a conditional process analysis of U.S. and South Korean audiences. Our study yields three majo...
A digital truce line between South and North Korea? : an analysis of North Koreans' digital access, media use, and adaptation
- Bumgi Min
- 1 August 2015
From headline to lifeline: does news set agenda for policy?
Purpose This paper is an investigation of the volume, nature and tone of news media coverage of the federal Lifeline Program from its inception to 2018. It aims to examine whether news media… Expand