Zhang, Yunying, Han, Eun-Jeong, Tran, Phuong and Tan, Alexis (2019) Stereotype Formation: An Examination of Three Contesting Models in Vietnam. vol. 29. no. 2. pp. 230-263. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. Web Address
Han, Eun-Jeong and Price, Paula Groves (2018) Communicating Across Difference: Co-Cultural Theory, Capital and Multicultural Families in Korea. vol. 11. no. 1. pp. 21-41. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication. Web Address
Han, Eun-Jeong and Price, Paula Groves (2015) Uncovering the hidden power of language: Critical race theory, critical language socialization and multicultural families in Korea. vol. 44. no. 2. pp. 108-131. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research. Web Address
Tan, Alexis, Dalisay, Francis , Zhang, Yunying , Han, Eun-Jeong and Merchant, Mariyah M. (2010) A cognitive processing model of information source use and stereotyping: African-American stereotypes in South Korea. vol. 54. no. 4. pp. 569-587. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. Web Address
Han, Eun-Jeong and McPherson, Jeanne S. (2009) Clash in South Korean heritage?: A case study of work values among South Koreans and Korean-Americans. vol. 19. no. 2. pp. 192-209. Asian Journal of Communication. Web Address
Introduction to common communication research methods, including: literature reviews, surveys, experiments, content analysis, rhetorical criticism, ethnography, interviews and focus groups. Students learn essential research and writing skills through projects created in areas of interest such as relationships, business, media, or advertising/public relations. May not receive credit for both CMAT 297 and CMAT 301. Prerequisite: C or better in CMAT 101, 102. Three hours per week with enhancement.
CMAT 300 INTERCULTURAL COMM (Fall 2019)
Study of correctable communication problems caused by cultural differences. Analysis of problems from communication and cultural perspectives. Emphasis on ways to avoid and correct such problems. Does not satisfy General Education requirements. Prerequisite: Junior standing and C or better in CMAT 100 or 101 or 206. Three hours per week with enhancement.