Publications & Presentations
A Note on Name Variants(click to expand)Preferred name: Do Own (Donna) KimPreferred abbreviation*: D. O. Kim*both D. O. should be used as my first name
My preferred professional name is Do Own (Donna) Kim. "Do Own" (not Do!) is my full legal first name, and I go by "Donna". When native Korean speakers call me by my Korean name Do Own (doe-on; 도온), they tend to add an "ah (아)" sound at the end of my name, which sounds similar to "Donna" (doe-ohn-ah or donah; 도온아).
My name has appeared in various combinations of "Do Own", "Donna", and "Do-own": Do Own (Donna) Kim (preferred), Do Own Donna Kim, Do Own Kim, Do-own Kim, Donna Do-own Kim, etc. Unfortunately, because some systems do not recognize two-words first name and/or parentheses, and partially due to my own confusion, my name has been abbreviated in all sorts of ways: D. O. Kim (preferred), D. O. D. Kim, D. Kim, D. D. Kim, etc. They are all fine, as long as both "Do Own" are understood as my first name (I am never "Do"!).
Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (*equal contribution)
Liu, M., Choi, S., Kim, D. O. & Williams, D. (2021) “Connecting In-Game Performance, Need Satisfaction, and Psychological Well-Being for Video Game Players across the Lifespan.” New Media & Society. OnlineFirst. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/14614448211062545
Delano, I., Glenhaber, M., Kim, D. O.(*), Lanz, P., Mischie, I., Quick, T., Peterson-Reed, K., Persaud, C. J., Pham, B., Reddy, R., Rivera, J., Wilson, E., Jenkins, H. & Shresthova, S. (2021) “Flying Cars and Bigots: Projecting Post-COVID-19 Worlds Through the Atlas of the Civic Imagination as Refuge for Hope.” Continuum: Journal of Media & Communication Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10304312.2021.2003303
Morstatter, F., Kim, D. O., Jonckheere, N., Liu, C., Seth, M. & Williams, D. (2021) “I'll Play on My Other Account: The Network and Behavioral Differences of Sybils.” Proceedings of the ACM on Human Computer Interaction, 5(CHI PLAY), 1-18. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3474704
Kim, D. O. (2021) “Pay for your choices”: Deconstructing neoliberal choice through free-to-play mobile interactive fiction games. New Media & Society, OnlineFirst. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/14614448211018177
Kim, D. O. D., Curran, N. M., Kim, H. T. C. (2020) Digital Feminism and Affective Splintering: South Korean Twitter Discourse on 500 Yemeni Refugees. International Journal of Communication, 14, 19. Available at: https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/14322
Alarcon, A., Baik, J., Kim, D. O.(*) (2019) ““Everyone deserves a Smartphone?”: Understanding the media’s legitimation of mobile technology use by Syrian refugees.” Mass Media & Society, 22(6), 779-803. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/15205436.2019.1666993
Kim, D. D. (2020) Mirroring the Misogynistic Wor(l)d: Civic Imagination and Speech Mirroring Strategy in Korea’s Online Feminist Activism. In H. Jenkins, G. Peters-Lazaro, & S. Shresthova (Eds.), Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination: Case Studies of Creative Social Change**. NYU Press. Available at: https://nyupress.org/9781479869503/popular-culture-and-the-civic-imagination/
**Awarded 2021 Browne Best Edited Collection in Popular Culture and American Culture [link]
Williams, D., & Kim, D. O. (2019) Third places in the Ether Around Us: Layers on the Real World. In Pascoe, J., & Bosman, C. (Eds.), Rethinking Third Places: Informal Public Spaces and Community Building. Edward Elgar Publishing. Available at: https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/usd/rethinking-third-places-9781786433909.html
Peer-reviewed Publication in Conference Proceedings
Sun, Y., Kim, H. M., Xu, Y., Wang, Y., Kwong, J., Kim, S., Kim, D. O. & Mclaughlin, M. (2021) GPS Tracking in Dementia Caregiving: Social Norm, Perceived Usefulness, and Behavioral Intent to Use Technology. In Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (p. 3804-3817). Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/71077
Kim, D. O. (Nov. 3, 2021) "The Joy Kill Club: On Squid Game (2021), a Roundtable-Monologue by a Korean Female Aca-fan (Part Two)." Confessions of an Aca-fan. Henryjenkins.org. http://henryjenkins.org/blog/2021/10/30/squid-game-part-two
Kim, D. O. (Nov. 1, 2021) "The Joy Kill Club: On Squid Game (2021), a Roundtable-Monologue by a Korean Female Aca-fan (Part One)." Confessions of an Aca-fan. Henryjenkins.org. http://henryjenkins.org/blog/2021/10/30/squid-game-part-one]
Kim, D. O. (Sept. 21, 2021) “Artificial Not Welcome, Real Is Better? Sus Virtual Beings Among Us.” In Media Res. Media Commons. https://mediacommons.org/imr/content/artificial-not-welcome-real-better-sus-virtual-beings-among-us-2
Research Presentations (*equal contribution)
Morstatter, F., Kim, D. O., Jonckheere, N., Liu, C., Seth, M. & Williams, D. (2021) “I'll Play on My Other Account: The Network and Behavioral Differences of Sybils.” Accepted for presentation at the 2021 ACM SIGCHI annual meeting on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY 2021) [Virtual due to COVID-19].
Kim, D. (2021) “Mapping Invisible Visibility: Location-based Dating Apps, Physical Gay Places, and Bodies in Seoul, Korea”. The 19th Annual Meeting of the Cultural Studies Association, USA [Virtual due to COVID-19].
Kim, D. (2020) ““Pay for Your Choices”: Deconstructing Neoliberal Choice through Free-to-play Mobile Interactive Fiction Games”. The 70th annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Gold Coast, Australia [Virtual due to COVID-19].