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  • Moon, Y., Kim, H. & Park, D. (2021) Can I Become a True Feminist? An Interpretive Analysis on the Mirroring Experience of Young Korean Women. Feminist Media Studies (Accept with minor revisions)
  • Moon. Y. & Lawrence, R. (2021).Disseminator, Watchdog, and Neighbor?: Positioning Local Journalism in the 2018#FreePress Editorials Campaign. Journalism Practice. Online First.
  • Lawrence, R. & Moon, Y. (2021) "We Aren't Fake News": The Information Politics of the 2018 #FreePress Editorial Campaign. Journalism Studies, 22(2), 155-173.
  • Moon, Y., Morgoch, M. & Nah, S. (2020) A Systematic Review of Citizen Journalism Scholarship from 2000 to 2017. Iowa Journal of Communication, 52(2), 48-69.
  • Moon, Y. (2020). Sexual Assualt and the Media: Rape Shield Law & Media Self-Regulations in United States. Korean Press Arbitration Commission.
  • Moon, Y. & Kim, H. (2019). Chapter 6 in  Asian Women Leadership: A Cross-National and Cross-Sector Comparison. London: Routledge.
  • Moon, Y., Shim, J. & Park, D.(2017). "My Favorite Broadcasting Jockey is...": Interpretive Analysis on the Mukbang Viewing Experience, Media & Society (in Korea), 25(2), 58-101.

Works Under Review

  • Moon, Y. The Politics of Quotation: A Comparative Study of Political News in South Korea & United States. Under review.
  • Moon, Y., Newell, B. & Paterson, H. Data Protection and Data Jouranalism: The impact of the GDPR on Data-Driven Journalism Practices in the United States (with Dr. Bryce Newell & Hugh Paterson). Under review.
  • Moon, Y. & Lewis, S. Social Media as Commodifier or Homogenizer: A Comparative Study of Journalists' Use of Social Media in Individualistic and Collectivist Cultures. Under review.