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Dam Hee Kim is a doctoral candidate of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan. Dam Hee is interested in researching people’s media choices and psychological, economic and political outcomes, in relation to communications policy with a globally comparative perspective. Her dissertation project develops a new typology for thinking about media diversity and balance in information environments. Specifically, she investigates the (in)consistency of people’s perceived ideal information-seeking habits and their actual behaviors, with policy implications. In 2013, her paper has won a Best Student Research Paper award from the AEJMC Media Management and Economics Division. In summer 2011, she conducted research on media diversity at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s Office of General Counsel. She received her M.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication) and B.A. (Journalism and Mass Communication; Business Administration) with Great Honor from Korea University.
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