Communication and Culture in Korea

At the crosswinds of tradition and change

Special issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 13:1 (2003)

[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 13:1] 2003.  iv, 163 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Communication and Culture in Korea: At the Crosswinds of Tradition and Change
Eung-jun Min and Eunkyong Yook
1–4
Articles
Communication Education in Korea: Past, Present, and Beyond
Baekeun Cha, Eunkyong Yook and Eung-jun Min
5–28
Psychological Warfare During the Korean War: Its Persistent Effects on Mediated Political Discourse Between the U. S. and the Far East
Jin K. Kim
29–58
The Effect of VCR on Major Media Markets in Korea, 1961–1993
Sung Tae Kim
59–74
Korean and American Companies in Cyberspace: Comparing Public Relations Models Reflected in Web Sites
Dong-Jin Park and Bruce K. Berger
75–94
Influence of Corporate Image and Country of Origin Image on South Korean Attitudes towards and Beliefs about Foreign Subsidiaries
Mi-Young Oh and Jyotika Ramaprasad
95–117
An Exploratory Study of Marketers’ Perceptions of the Internet: Reciprocal Communication Forms as Marketing Communication Tools
Jae-Jin Park and Fritz Cropp
119–139
Body Image Processing in Korean Adolescent and College-Aged Females
Tae-Il Yoon, Esther Thorson and Myoung-chun Lee
141–161
Acknowledgements
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