Select Project Publications

Seo, H., Blomberg, M., Altschwager, D., & Vu, H. T. (in press). Vulnerable populations and misinformation: A mixed-methods approach to underserved older adults' online information assessment. New Media & Society. 


Seo, H. & Vu, H. T. (in press). Transnational nonprofits' social media use: A survey of communications professionals and an analysis of organizational characteristics. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly


Seo, H. (in press). Community-based participatory research strategies: Digital inclusion for marginalized populations. In E. Hargittai (ed.) Research Confidential. Columbia University Press: New York, NY. 


Seo, H., Erba, J., Altschwager, D., & Geana, M. (2019). Evidence-based digital literacy class for low-income African-American older adults. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 47(2), 130-152.


Seo, H., Erba, J., Geana, M., & Lumpkins, C. (2017). Calling Doctor Google? Technology Adoption and Health Information Seeking among Low-income African-American Older Adults. Journal of Public Interest Communications, 1(2), 153-173.


Seo, H., & Thorson, S. (2016). A mixture model of global Internet capacity distributions. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(8), 2032-2044.


Seo, H., & Thorson, S. (2012). Networks of networks: Changing patterns in country bandwidth and centrality in global information infrastructure, 2002-2010. Journal of Communication, 62(2), 345-358. 

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