Jung Min Hahm

PhD student, Graduate Studies

Educational background

B.A. Communication (Strategic Communication), The Ohio State University
M.A. Mass Communication (Advertising), University of Georgia

Electronic Cigarette Brand Posts on Instagram Joe Phua and Jung Min Hahm

Abstract: This study examined the relationships between endorser type (celebrities, regular people, products only) on e-cigarette Instagram brand pages, identification, source credibility, attention to social comparison, health consciousness, and SNS use, on attitudes towards e-cigarettes and e-cigarette smoking intentions. Results of a between-subjects experiment revealed that celebrity endorsers resulted in significantly more positive attitudes towards […]

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Advertising & Public RelationsPh.D. Degree Program
How the Use of Health and Nutrition-Related Claims in Magazine Food Advertising Has Changed over Time Jung Min Hahm and DongWon Choi

Abstract: Using the health halo effect as a theoretical framework, this content analytic study examined how the use of nutrient-content, structure/function, and health claims in contemporary magazine food advertisements has changed over a period of five years and to what extent these claims have included natural claims. Findings include that nutrient-content claims were substantially more […]

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Ph.D. Degree Program
Attribute and Benefit Claims in Food Advertising Jung Min Hahm and Bartosz Wojdynski

Abstract: Based on the expectancy-value model and construal level theory, this study conducted a content analysis of major women’s magazines published between 2013 and 2015 to identify and explain recent trends in food advertising and to compare the strategies used in the ads to theoretical models. Result showed that taste claims were still the most […]

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JournalismPh.D. Degree Program
Advertising on Facebook Jung Min Hahm and Jooyoung Kim

Abstract: Facebook’s “Friends of connection” allows marketers to feature Facebookusers’ reactions (e.g., like) to brand-related contents and forward them to their Friends as advertising. The present study experimentally investigated the reaction transfer effect from a Facebook user’s reaction to the user’s friend focusing on the reaction intensity and the level of tie-strength between friends. The […]

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Advertising & Public RelationsPh.D. Degree Program
Hahm, JungMin