Seunga Venus Jin

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

DEPARTMENT OF MARKETING COMMUNICATION


B.A. Yonsei University
M.A. University of Southern California
Ph.D. University of Southern California

PUBLICATIONS

  • 2012
  •  Jin, S. A. (2012a, June). “Toward integrative models of flow:” Effects of performance, skill, challenge, playfulness, and presence on flow in video games. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 56(2), 169-186.

  • 2013
  •  Jin, S. A. (2013a, September). “Peeling back the multiple layers of Twitter’s private disclosure onion:” The roles of virtual identity discrepancy and personality traits in communication privacy management on Twitter. New Media

  • 2014
  •  Jin, S. A., & Phua, J. (2014, April). “Following celebrities’ Tweets about brands:” The impact of Twitter-based electronic word-of-mouth (eWoM) on consumers’ source credibility perception, buying intention, and social

  • 2015
  •  Jin, S. V. & Phua, J. (2015, in press). The moderating effect of computer users’ autotelic need for touch on brand trust, perceived brand excitement, and brand placement awareness in haptic games and in-game advertising (IGA). Computers

Seunga Venus Jin

contact

seunga_jin@emerson.edu
617.824.3319
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