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  • Prof. Hak-Soo Kim, Sogang University, School of Communication, Seoul, South Korea
    Prof. Hak-Soo Kim’s major articles, monograph & book publications, and papers that relate to BFEPS: (order by year; * for English-written materials; Prof. Kim’s address for contact: 1hskim23@gmail.com)

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Kim, Sara & Kim, Cheonghee (2016). Realizing Unifying/Unified Technology: A New Social Science Paradigm. Hyonsan-gwa-Insik (the journal of the Korean Association of Humanities & Social Sciences), 40(3) (Fall 2016): 135-160.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2015). Community and Communication: A New Paradigm for Innovative Research and Education. Keynote speech delivered in the autumn convention of the Korean Society for Journalism & Communication Studies (KSJCS) for commemorating the first ICA Fellow award in Korea given to Prof. Kim, Chungnam National University, Daejeon, Korea, October 17, 2015.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2014).* Asian Imperatives for Communication of SHER (Science, Health, Environment, Risk). Keynote speech delivered at the KAST-ASM-INSA-IAP International Symposium on ‘SHER Communication in Asia with a Special Focus on Science Festivals,’ New Delhi, India, October 15-16, 2014 (Proceedings on the KAST-ASM-INSA-IAP Int’l Symposium).

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Shin, Dong-Chun & Rhu, Jae-Hyung (2014). Development of Models for Interdisciplinary Research among Science, Humanism, and Art. (a monograph publication; KAST Research Report 89). Seoul, Korea: Korean Academy of Science & Technology.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2012).* Climate Change, Science and Community. Public Understanding of Science, 21(3) (April 2012): 268-285.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2012).* Engagement: The Key to the Communicative Effectiveness of Science and Ideas. In: Bernard Schiele, Michel Claessens & Shunke Shi (Eds.), Science Communication in the World: Practices, Theories and Trends (pp. 269-280). New York: Springer, 2012.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2012).* Measuring PEP/IS, a New Model for Communicative Effectiveness of Science. In: Martin Bauer, Rajesh Shukla & Nick Allum (Eds.), The Culture of Science: How the Public Relates to Science Across the Globe (pp. 375-384). New York: Routledge, 2012.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2012).* Nehru’s Scientific Temper as Battling Against Pseudo Sciences. In: Hasan Jawaid Kahn, Gauhar Raza, Surjit Singh & Subodh Mahanti (Eds.), Quest for Scientific Temper (pp. 113-123). New Delhi, India: CSIR-NISAIR, 2012.

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Ha, Hyo-Sook & Choi, Jinmyung (2011). Comparing Communication Models (PUS vs. PEP/IS) for Radiation Science: An Experimental Study. Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies, 55(4) (August 2011): 215-232.

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Oh, Miyoung & Choi, Jinmyung (2008). The Public Impression of Radiation as a Product of Science Communication. (Korean) Journal of Radiation Industry, 2(1) (2008): 35-42.

    Lee, Eun-A & Kim, Hak-Soo (2008). Effective Exhibitory Communication of Science: An Analysis of South Korea’s National Science Museum Exhibits. (Korean) Journal of Technology Innovation, 16(2) (2008): 95-123.echnology Innovation, 16(2) (2008): 95-123.
    Kim, Hak-Soo (2007).* PEP/IS: A New Model for Communicative Effectiveness of Science. Science Communication, 28(3) (March 2007): 287-313.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2007). Science Communication via Engagement with a Collective Problem: Exploring a New Science Communication Model, PEP/IS. Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies, 51(4) (August 2007): 181-198.

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Park, Seong-Cheol & Chung, Seung-Eun (2005). A New Approach to Science Communication (a book publication). Seoul, Korea: Iljinsa Publishing Co..

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2004).* Redirecting PUST into PEST: A New Conceptualization and Measurement Demonstration. Paper presented at seminars invited by Cornell University Department of Communication, Sept. 13, 2004, and Cornell University Department of Science & Technology Studies, Nov. 1, 2004, Ithaca, and Syracuse University School of Information Studies, Oct. 21, 2004, Syracuse, USA.

    Kim, Hak-Soo & Oh, Yeon-Ho (2003). The Potential-Agenda-Building Process: An Internet Citizen-Reporter Behavior Analysis. Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies, 47(4) (August 2003): 60-81.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (2003).* A Theoretical Explication of Collective Life: Coorienting and Communicating. In: B. Dervin & S. H. Chaffee (Eds.), Communication, a different kind of horserace: essays honoring Richard F. Carter (pp. 117-134). Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press, 2003.

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Lee Jung-Hoon & Hong, Hye-Hyun (2002). Korean Public Understanding of Science and Technology: A National Survey through a New Conceptualization. (Korean) Journal of Technology Innovation, 10(1) (July 2002): 124-147.

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Choi, Jin-Myung & Jung, Taejin (2000). Impressions of the SET(Scientist-Engineer-Technician): A National Survey Analysis. (Korean) Journal of Technology Innovation, Vol. 8, No. 1 (August 2000): 95-123.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1999). The Processes of Public Science and Science Communication: A New Conceptual Explication. Korean Journal of Journalism & Communication Studies, 43(4) (June 1999): 79-110.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1999). Introducing an Alternative Image Measurement Method: A Case Study of Korea’s 1997 Presidential Candidates. Korean Journal of Legislative Studies, Vol.5, No.1 (1999): 138-167.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1999). A New Horizon of Communication Studies: Recovering Lost Time. In: Hee-Sup Lim (Ed.), New Horizon of Social Sciences (Korean Social Science Research Council) (pp. 255-265). Seoul, Korea: Nanam Publications Co.

    Kim, Hak-Soo, Carter, Richard F. & Stamm, Keith R. (1996). Developing a Standard Model of Measuring the Public Understanding of Science and Technology (a book publication of STEPI). Seoul, Korea: The Science & Technology Policy Center, 1996.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1996). Scope and Range of Political Communication Research. In: The Political Communication Division of the Korean Society for Journalism and Communication Studies (ed.), The Principles of Political Communication (pp. 17-40). Seoul, Korea: Bupmoonsa Publications, 1996.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1994). The Functions of Mass Media for Environmental Problems. Social Science Studies, Vol. III (Sogang University Institute of Social Sciences) (1994) 133-146.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1993). Redefining and Realizing the Public Interests of Broadcasting. Journal of Broadcasting Research (The Korean Broadcasting Commission), No.37 (Winter 1993): 143-159.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1986).* Coorientation and Communication. In: Brenda Dervin and M.J. Voight (Eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences, Vol. 7 (pp. 31-54). Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Publishing Co.

    Kim, Hak-Soo (1986). A New Way of Fundamental Innovation of the Communication System for Improving the Democratic Society. Hyundai Sahoe (the journal of the Next Korea Foundation), 6(2): 132-146.
  • Dr. Jim Boggs, EffectiveArts, Inc.
    "Effective Interactions: A New Framework for High-Stakes Interactions with Families and the Use of High Fidelity Simulations for Training," with Fiona Clark and Audry Ngao, presented at the 14th (2015) Congress of the Asian Society of Transplantation in Singapore.

    “The Huddle: Use of High Fidelity Prototyping To Bring an Improvement Process to Life,” with Tiffany Haydel (LOPA), presented at Association of Organ Procurement Organizations (AOPO) 2015 Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
     
    “Effective Requesting: A New Framework for Family Interactions and the Use of High Fidelity Simulations for Training,” with Austin Nagasako (SightLife), and Ashley Beeckman (Eversight), presented as the conference opening session at the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA) 2015 Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA.

    “A Web-based Team-Oriented Medical Error Communication Assessment Tool: Development, Preliminary Reliability Validity, and User Ratings,” by Kim, S, Brock, D, Prouty, C, Odegard, P, Shannon, S, Robins, L, Boggs, JG, Clark, FJ, Gallagher, TH., in Teaching and Learning in Medicine (Vol.32, No. 1, 2011, p.68-77).

    “Experiential Learning Through Interactive Drama: An Alternative to Student Role Plays,” with Amy Mickel and Brooks Holtom, in Journal of Management Education (Vol.31, No 6, 2007, p.832-858).

    “Approaching Families in Crisis with Confidence and Clarity,” workshop presentation at the 2005 Annual Conference of NATCO (The Organization for Transplant Professionals) in Atlanta, Georgia.

    “Using Interactive Drama to Explore Bereaved Family Support,” half-day workshop presentation at the 2005 Annual Conference of the Association for Death Education and Counseling in Albuquerque, NM, with Valerie Maury (Family Services Program Manager, LifeCenter Northwest Organ Donation Network).

    “Lighting a Fire, Fanning the Flames: Excellence in Teaching and Learning,” workshop presentation at the 2004 Annual Conference of the National Council for Workforce Education in Baltimore, Maryland, with Dr. Myrtle Mitchell (Executive Dean, Seattle Central Community College).

    “Survivors and the News: Interactions That Work,” workshop presentation at the 2004 Annual Conference of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies in Chicago, IL, with Migael Scherer (Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma, Univ. of Washington), Fanny Correa (Separation and Loss Services, Virginia Mason Hospital), and Bruce Shapiro (Dart Center and Yale University).

    “Using Interactive Drama to Teach the Complexities of Decision Making,” with Brooks Holtom and Amy Mickel, in Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education (Vol.1, Num. 2, Fall 2003).

    “Learning Cell Biology as a Team: A Project-based Approach to Upper-Division Cell Biology,” with Robin Wright, in Cell Biology Education (Vol.1, Winter 2002, p.145-153).

    “This Ain't No Lecture: Interactive Drama in Social Work,” workshop presentation at the 2002 Annual Conference of the Western Alliance of School Social Work Organizations in Vancouver, WA.

    Social Application of the Arts: Making a Difference Through Art , Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Washington, School of Communications, 2001.

    “Community Arts Research and Development Groups,” presented to the Participatory Communication Division at the 2000 meeting of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) in Singapore.

    “Making a Difference Through Art: A Framework for Effectiveness,” presented at the 1999 Art Culture Nature conference in Seattle, WA.

    “An Exploratory Study of Traumatic Stress Among Newspaper Journalists,” with Roger Simpson, in Journalism & Communication Monographs (Vol.1,  No.1, Spring 1999, p.1-26).

    Community Building through Community Arts Projects: A Case Study of IsleWilde on Vashon Island , Masters Thesis, University of Washington, School of Communications, 1997.

    Other Related Works
    “One Organ Procurement Organization’s Attempt to Improve Organ Authorization Rates Through Intensive Training, Research and Tracking,” by Ginger DeLario, PhD, Joel Baucom, et al., given the Top Abstract Award at the NATCO 2013 Annual Conference in San Diego and presented to the plenary.

    "The Effects of Bereavement Training in an OPO." By Valerie Maury, et al., presented at the Association of Organ Procurement Organizations 2002 Annual Conference.

    "Training Journalism Students to Deal with Trauma." By Jan Maxson, in Journalism and Mass Communication Educator (Vol.55, No.1, Spring 2000, p.79-86).