Campus Address: 201 Nichols Hall
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
M.P.I.A., University of Pittsburgh
B.A., Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Dr. Han’s research area is in political communication. She is the co-author of the book Votes That Count and Voters Who Don’t: How Journalists Sideline Electoral Participation (Without Even Knowing It) and has published in a number of journals including Argumentation and Advocacy, Social Media and Society, American Behavioral Scientist, Communication Research Reports, and the Journal of Public Deliberation. Dr. Han’s most recent research explores public discourse surrounding ethnic minorities in Japan.
Recent PublicationsHan, S. (2019). “Trash to the Trash Cans, Koreans to the Korean Peninsula!” Diehard Racism and the Rise of Hate Speech against Korean Residents in Japan. In Eun-Jeong Han, MinWha Han, and JongHwa (Eds.), Korean Diaspora across the World: Homeland in History, Memory, Imagination, Media and Reality, Lexington Press.
Jarvis, S. E., & Han, S. (2018). Votes That Count and Voters Who Don’t: How Journalists Sideline Electoral Participation (Without Even Knowing It), Penn State University Press.
Han, S., Brazeal, L., & Pennington, N. (2018) Is Civility Contagious? Examining the Impact of Modeling in Online Political Discussions, Social Media & Society. 10.1177/2056305118793404
Han, S., & Lind, C. (2017). Putting Powerfulness in Its Place: A Study on Discursive Style in Public Discussion and Its Impact, Argumentation and Advocacy, 53(3), 216-233. 10.1080/00028533.2017.1337332