문미리 (Miri Moon) 사진
문미리 (Miri Moon)
Global media and communications
E-mail
Miri.Moon1@gmail.com

Profile

Research Areas

Journalism studies, Health communication, Media representations analysis and Intercultural studies



Courses Taught (BA/MA/PhD)

Media Campaign Planning (BA)

International Communication (BA)

Government and Nonprofit PR (BA)

Topics in Science Reporting (MA/PHD)

Cross-Cultural Communication (BA/MA)

Communication Theory (MA)



Education

PhD Communications, Brunel University London, UK

MA Journalism, University of Westminster, UK

BA Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

 

 

Professional Experience

Producer in public broadcasting network, Seoul, Korea



Publications

Books

Moon, Miri. (2019) 'International News Coverage and the Korean Conflict: The Challenges of Reporting Practices', Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-981-13-6290-3 

 

Moon, Miri. (2019) 'Celebrity' by Chris Rojek (with Lee, Sangrok) in Korean, Hanulmplus.


Articles

Moon, Miri. (2018) 'Manufacturing consent? : The role of the international news on the Korean peninsula'. Global media and Communication, 14(3). pp. 265-281. ISSN 1742-7665

 

Moon, Miri. and Park, Jaeyung. (2017) 'Do "Smart Pills" Make You Smarter? News Media Coverage of ADHD'. Asian Communication Research, 14(2). pp. 42-68. ISSN 1738-2084

 

Kim, Haeyoung. and Moon, Miri. (2017) 'The persuasive effects of message framing in cigarette warning labels: A comparative analysis of gain-framed and loss-framed messages for anti-smoking' (in Korean). Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies, 61(5). pp. 147-180. ISSN 1229-7526

 

Moon, Miri. (2015) 'Cosmetic Surgery as a commodity for 'sale' in online news', Special Issue: Health Communication in the New Asia. Asian Journal of Communication. 25(1). pp. 102-113. ISSN 0129-2986

- (in press) Journalism Research News (in Finland) on 23 February, 2015.

http://journalismresearchnews.org/article-south-korean-news-promote-plastic-surgery/

 

Moon, Miri. (2014) 'Book review: Event Power: How Global Events Manage and Manipulate'. Media International Australia, 151(1). pp. 209-210. ISSN 1329-878X

 

 

 

Member of

The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR)

The Korean Society for Journalism & Communication Studies (KSJCS)