Lee enjoys busy sabbatical

 

Byung Lee, an assistant professor in the School of Communications, recently completed a productive sabbatical leave.

Lee, an editorial board member of The Journal of Human Subjectivity since 2002, concentrated his work on studies of newsrooms and new media. In addition to completing two research presentations earlier reported in Connections (at the AEJMC national conference and at the International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity conference) he worked with Elon colleague Wonhi Synn on "Clashes between Businesses and Consumers Over Unsolicited Commercial E-mails," in B. Rockenbach & T. Mendina (Eds.), "Ethics and Electronic Information: A Festschrit," (pp. 177-195). Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland.

Lee also presented his research titled "Small Dailies' Plan for Their Web Sites in an Economic Slowdown: Comparison with Big Dailies" at the National Newspaper Association Convention in Portland, Oregon, Sept. 11-14.

In addition, Lee worked to create a javascript program that can be used for a Web-based survey. The program is available at http://www.byunglee.org/diversity.html.

 

 

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