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2020-06Can Removing Tar Information From Cigarette Packages Reduce Smokers' Misconceptions About Low-Tar Cigarettes? An Experiment From One of the World's Lowest Tar Yield Markets, South KoreaThomas Britten Hove
2020-12Communicating Uncertainties during the COVID-19 OutbreakThomas Britten Hove
2020-01Differential Effects of Content-Oriented Versus User-Oriented Social Media on Risk Perceptions and Behavioral IntentionsThomas Britten Hove
2020-01Electronic Cigarette Themes on Twitter: Dissemination Patterns and Relations with Online News and Search Engine Queries in South KoreaThomas Britten Hove
2016-01How Fear-Arousing News Messages Affect Risk Perceptions and Intention to Talk About RiskThomas Britten Hove
2015-11How newspapers represent environmental risk: the case of carcinogenic hazards in South KoreaThomas Britten Hove
2021-07Information Communication Technologies (ICTs), Crisis Communication Principles and the COVID-19 Response in South KoreaThomas Britten Hove
2021-11Media Ethics, Moral Controversies, and the Sociology of CritiqueThomas Britten Hove
2020-06Persuasion Knowledge and the Effectiveness of Media Advocacy in Debunking Korean Tobacco Company Corporate Social Responsibility ProgramsThomas Britten Hove
2021-09Roles of Temporal Message Framing and Digital Channel Type in Perception and Dissemination of Food Risk RumorsThomas Britten Hove

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