Dr. Hye-ryeon Lee is Associate Professor and Interim Associate Dean for the College of Arts and Humanities. Born in Korea, Dr. Lee graduated from Ewha Women’s University in Seoul, Korea in 1984. She came to the United States in 1986 for her graduate studies. She received an M.A. degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from University of Wisconsin at Madison in 1988. She received another M.A. degree in Political Science and a Ph.D. degree in Communication from Stanford University.
She worked as a research faculty at the Arizona Cancer Center of the University of Arizona between 1995 and 2001. She joined the faculty of Department of Communicology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in the fall of 2001.Her research and teaching interest includes political communication, health communication, social science methods and persuasion.
For Dr. Lee’s curriculum vitae, click here
Her homepage is at http://www2.hawaii.edu/~hyeryeon/
Ph.D. in Communication (Stanford University, 2000)
M.A. in Political Science (Stanford University, 1992)
M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication (University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1988)
B.A. in English Literature (Ewha Woman’s University, 1984)
Nigg, C., Lee, H.-R., Hubbard, A., & Kim, M.-S. (2009). Gateway health behaviors in college students: Investigating transfer and compensation effects. Journal of American College Health, 58, 39-44.
Lee, H.-R., Kim, J.K., & Min, E. (2009). Hybridization of Reality: Re-Imagining the communication environment in Korea. Asian Journal of Communication, 19, 133-136.
Lee, H.-R., Hubbard, A.E., & Kim, M.-S. (2007). Culture and motivational factors for health behaviors among young adults. Hawaii Medical Journal, 66, 218-220.
Lee, H.-R., Hubbard, A.E., O’Riordan, C.K, and Kim, M.-S. (2006). Incorporating culture into the theory of planned behavior: Predicting smoking cessation intentions among college students. Asian Journal of Communication, 16(3), 315-332.
Levy, D., Bauer, J., & Lee, H.-R. (2006). Simulation modeling and tobacco control: Creating more robust public health policies. American Journal of Public Health, 96, 494-498.
• COMG 302: Research Methods
• COMG 364: Persuasion
• COMG 454: Political Communication
• COMG 495: Health Communication
• COMG 664: Persuasion & Social Influence
• COMG 795: Seminar in Health Communication
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