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DISC 2016 Final proceedings

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DISC 2016 Proceeding
: Published on 8, Dec.
It held in Daegu, Korea.
Organized by WATEF(World Association for Triple Helix and Future Strategy Studies

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DISC 2016 Final proceedings

  1. 1. • Welcome Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 004 • About DISC .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 005 • Program at a Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 011 • Keynote Speeches .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 019 • DIP Track Open Data Use and Policies in Daegu .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 • DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 • DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 • Emerging Scholars Track .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 • Track 1 Network Science and Communication I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 • Track 1 Network Science and Communication II .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 • NIA Track Data-Driven Marketing .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 • KADS Track I Semantic Network Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 • KADS Track II Big Data-driven Methods .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 • Track 2 Entrepreneurial University Metrics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 • Track 3 Knowledge, Creativity, and Innovation I .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 • Track 3 Knowledge, Creativity, and Innovation II .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 229 • DTP Track A New Approach to Urban Development Policy .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239 • Special Track Disaster Management .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245 • 2016 DISC-DGFEZ Roundtable Session .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 263 • DISC 2016 Venture Company Introduction : ABOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265 Contents
  2. 2. 004 Welcome Message Dear DISC Members, I am Han Woo Park, the President of the World Association for Triple Helix & Future Strategy Studies. I would like to sincerely invite and welcome keynote speakers, presenters and participants for #DISC 2016 : 4th WATEF International Conference(Beyond Data, Innovation, Social Network and Convergence). We are greatly honored to have several Distinguished Social network Scholars with us as well. They are very productive scholars around world. This is such a precious and memorable moment for us because your visit to our city, Daegu is at the juncture of our society’s launching the new scholarly age. There is no doubt that 2016 DISC will be the milestone for Big Data and Social Network field here in Daegu. I hope you feel comfortable and wish you had and unforgettable time at the upcoming conference. Thank you Kyujin Jung Co-Chair of #DISC2016: 4th WATEF International Conference Han Woo Park The President of World Association for Triple Helix & Future Strategy Studies Han woo Park President of WATEF
  3. 3. 005 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea About DISC DISC(Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference) was founded in February 2013 in Daegu, South Korea. DISC and other events are always organized in collaboration with glocal academic, private sector and public sector partners. DISC (Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference) has rapidly become the Asian Hub conference on big-data and socio-innovation network area. DISC is aimed at pursuing the continuous scholarly growth and building the university-industry-government relations. Furthermore, this international conference of Daegu expects local development in a wide range of areas in humanities/social sciences and their neighboring natural/engineering areas. The 2nd DISC was successfully held in 2014 hosting more than 250 participants. The DISC in 2013 and 2014 have produced several special issues, published by Quantity & Quality, Technological Forecasting and Social Change and Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia. DISC in 2015 was held from October 29th to 31th, and the theme was ‘big data and network-based future strategies’. We had invited internationally renowned scholars from all over the world. In addition, during the DISC 2015, the 2nd Korea- China Symposium on Big Data was held as a critical event within the conference. It was WATEF’s first step to reach out to the Chinese scientific community, which became increasingly visible with China’s uprising political and economic power. With the rising reputation of DISC at the global stage, we have been expanding intellectual networks to the world. Therefore, I, along with my colleague at WATEF, sincerely invite you to DISC2016. From Last year, the scope and aims of the DISC have been officially endorsed by the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA). This year, we newly start with the full name to ‘DISC: WATEF International Conference’ and collaborate with CeDEM Asia (International conference for E-Democracy and Open government) 2016. WATEF hopes all of participants in DISC 2016 have a great time for networking and finding new trends and critical issues in both academia and field.
  4. 4. 006 DISC 2016 Overview Theme Main theme: Beyond Data, Innovation, Social Network and Convergence Dates December 8(Thu) - 10(Sat), 2016(2016년 12월 8일(목) - 10일(토) Venue Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO, Daegu Convention & Visitors Bureau, Daegu, Korea (호텔인터불고 엑스코, 한국패션센터 3층, 대구컨벤션관광뷰로) Organized by World Association For Triple Helix & Future Strategy Studies(세계트리플헬릭스미래전략학회), Y.U. Cyber Emotions Research Center(영남대학교 사이버감성연구소), Y.U Global BK+ Inteli-Service on Big Data & IoT (영남대학교 BK+ 사물인터넷 빅데이터 지능서비스 사업팀) Sponsored by Korea Tourism Organization(한국관광공사), Daegu Convention & Visitors Bureau(대구컨벤션 관광뷰로), Daegu Technopark(대구테크노파크), The Center for Digital Industry Promotion of Daegu((재)대구디지털산업진흥원), National Information Society Agency(한국정보화진흥원), Korea Appraisal Board(한국감정원), Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency(한국산업안 전보건공단), Daegu-Gyeongbuk Free Economic Zone Authority(대구경북경제자유구역청), ARS PRAXIA(아르스프락시아), The IMC(더아이엠씨), Daegu Cyber University(대구사이버대학교) Website http://watef.org Concurrent Event CeDEM Asia 2016 (International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government, Asia) DISC 2015 Overview Theme Main theme: Social Network >> Big Data >> Future Forecasting >> Collaboration! Special theme(특별테마): The 2nd Korea-China Conference on Big Data(제2회 한·중 빅데이터 컨 퍼런스) Dates October 29(Thu)~31(Sat), 2015(2015년 10월 29일(목)~31일(토)) Venue Hotel Susung, Daegu, Republic of KOREA, Daegu Gyeongbuk Development Institute, Daegu, Republic of KOREA (호텔수성, 대구경북연구원) Organized by World Association For Triple Helix & Future Strategy Studies(세계트리플헬릭스미래전략학회), Y.U. Cyber Emotions Research Center(영남대학교 사이버감성연구소), Y.U. BK21 Plus Project Team for “Global East Asian Cultural Contents”(BK21플러스 글로컬동아시아문화콘텐츠 사업단), Korea Institute Science and Technology Information(KISTI)(한국과학기술정보연구원) Sponsored by Korea Tourism Organization(한국관광공사), Daegu Convention & Visitors Bureau(대구컨벤션관광 뷰로), The IMC(더아이엠씨), APISA, ARS PRAXIA, TBC Culture Foundation(TBC 문화재단), Social media research foundation, Rayworld(레이월드), INSNA(International Network for Social Network Analysis), Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia (JCEA), International Academy of Social Sciences(IASS), Institute for Socio Technical Complex Systems(ISTCS) Website http://watef.org
  5. 5. 007 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea DISC 2014 Overview Theme Data as Social Culture : Networked Innovation and Government 3.0 Dates December 11(Thu.) ~ 13(Sat.), 2014 Venue Eldis Regent Hotel, Daegu, Korea / YeungNam Univ. (13th) Organized by - Asia Triple Helix Society - Y.U. Cyber Emotions Research Center - Y.U. BK21 Plus Project Team for“Glocal East Asian Cultural Contents” - Korea Institute Science and Technology Information (KISTI) Sponsored by Korea Tourism Organization, Daegu Convention & Visitors Bureau, Korea Culture & Tourism Institute(KCTI), The IMC, POSTECH, TREUM, ACADEMIC EBOOK CORPORATION (ACADEPIA), Culture Plex, South-East Asia Creative Economy Forum, Inside Solution, Dapoomeun Yukgaejang, Young IL Engineering, The Yeongnamilbo, The Maeil Shinmun, TBC, Daegu Gyeongbuk Media Club Website Asia Triple Helix Society (ATHS): http://asia-triplehelix.org DISC 2013 Overview Theme Knowledge Network Analysis in the Emerging Big Data Research Dates 12(Thursday) to 14(Saturday) December. 2013 Venue Prince Hotel (12 - 13, December), Daegu Digital Industry promotion Agency(14, December) Organized by The Asia Triple Helix Society, Daegu Digital Industry promotion Agency, Daegu Gyeongbuk Development Institute, CyberEmotions Research Center of YeungNam University, Daegu Gyeongbuk Social Media Forum Sponsored by Daegu Convention and Visitors Bureau, The IMC, Treum, POSTECH, KAIST, Korea Tourism Organization Website Asia Triple Helix Society (ATHS): http://asia-triplehelix.org
  6. 6. 008 • DISC 2016 SNS • DISC 2016 The IMC Awardee DISC 2016 SNS DISC 2016 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/disckorea Author Title Best Conference Paper Jungwon Yeo (University of Central Florida) Toward Timely Assessment of Disaster and Emergency Response Networks Arif Budy Pratama (University of Tidar) Online-Based Local Government Image Typology: A Case Study on Jakarta Provincial Government Official YouTube Videos Jesus Valero (University of Utah) Social Media, Trust, and Disaster: Does Public Trust Matter to the Use of Social Media During Disaster Kyungwoo Kim (University of North Texas) Empirical Analysis of Collaboration Effectiveness and Network Structure during Epidemic Crisis: An Institutional Collective Action Framework DISC 2015 SNS DISC 2015 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/disckorea DISC 2015 Hashtag : #disc#daegu #disc2015 #SNA #WATEF #Bigdata DISC 2014 SNS DISC 2014 Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/disckorea DISC 2014 Twitter : https://twitter.com/DISC2014 DISC 2014 Hashtag : #disc @disc DISC 2014 Wordpress : disckorea.wordpress.com DISC 2014 App. : https://guidebook.com/g/disc2014 • DISC 2015 SNS • DISC 2014 SNS • DISC 2016 Papers - 58 papers from 15 countries • DISC 2015 Papers - 38 papers from 10 countries • DISC 2014 Papers - 63 papers from 13 countries • DISC 2015 The IMC Awardee Author Title The 1st place Kyujin Jung (Tennessee State University, USA) Structural Effects of Interorganizational Collaboration Network on Disaster Resilience The 2nd place Harald Meier (Digital Space Lab, Germany) Global Civil Society from Hyperlink Perspective: Exploring the Online Networks of International NGOs The 3rd place Sae OKURA (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Analysis of the Policy Network for the“Feed in Tariff Law”in Japan: Evidence from the GEPON Survey Co-Author ‌Leslie TKACH-KAWASAKI (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Yohei KOBASHI (Waseda University, Japan) Manuela HARTWIG (Free University of Berlin) Yutaka TSUJINAKA (University of Tsukuba)
  7. 7. 009 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea • DISC 2014 The IMC Awardee • DISC 2013 The IMC Awardee Author Title Co-Author The 1st place WayneWeiaiXu (SUNY-Buffalo, U.S.A) The Networked Creativity in the Censored Web 2.0 MiaoFeng (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A) The 3rd place Daegon Cho (POSTECH, Korea) An Empirical Analysis on Smartphone Diffusions - Marko M. Skoric (City Univ. of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R.) The Role of Social Network Sites and Mobile Phones in Promoting the Acquisition of Job-related Information, Job Mobility and Entrepreneurship JiPan (Nan yangTechnological Univ., Singapore) WayneFu (Nan yangTechnological Univ., Singapore) ClariceSim (Nan yangTechnological Univ., Singapore) YongJinPark(Howard Univ., USA) Author Title Co-Author The 1st place KeJiang (University of California, Davis) International Student Flows from a Macro Perspective : A Network Analysis - The 2nd place KyujinJung (University of North Texas) Who Leads Nonprofit Advo cacy Through Social Media : S o m e E v i d e n c e f r o o m t h e Australian marine Conservation Society’s Twitter Networks WonNo (Arizona State University) JiWon Kim (University ofTexas at Austin) • Travel Grant of #DISC 2016 - Ahmed Eraky, Egypt Authorith for Suez Canal Ecomonic Zone - Hyejin Youn, University of Oxford – Santa Fe Institute - Miyoung Chong, University of North Texas - Minsun Sung, Florida State University
  8. 8. 010 • The list of participants for 3 consecutive years : Han Woo Park, Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Pieter E. Stek, Jang Hyun Kim, Minho So, Kyujin Jung, Chung Joo Chung, Woo-Sung Jung, kijun son, Chae Nam Jeon, Wayne Weiai Xu, Ke Jiang, Leo Kim, Daehyeon Nam, Jiyoung Park, Fred Phillips, Mikyung Lee • The list of participants for 4 consecutive years : Han Woo Park, Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Jang Hyun Kim, Minho So, Kyujin Jung, Chung Joo Chung, Woo-Sung Jung, Chae Nam Jeon, Leo Kim, Jiyoung Park, Mikyung Lee • The list of participants for 2 consecutive years : • DISC 2015 Youth Convention Members : • DISC 2014 Youth Convention Members : • DISC 2013 Youth Convention Members : • DISC 2015 Certificate of Appreciation : • DISC 2014 Certificate of Appreciation : • DISC 2013 Certificate of Appreciation : Han Woo Park, Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Jana Diesner, Pieter E. Stek, Meeyoung Cha, Jang Hyun Kim, Minho So, INYONG NAM, INHO CHO, Xanat Vargas Meza, Yon Soo Lim, Shin-Il Moon, Kyujin Jung, Chung Joo Chung, Sungkyu Shaun Park, Woo-Sung Jung, HeyJeong An, kijun son, Chae Nam Jeon, Wayne Weiai Xu, Ke Jiang, Leo Kim, Seong Eun Cho, Min-Woo Ahn, Hye-Jin Park, jiwon Park, Daehyeon Nam, Kim In Yeob, Jiyoung Park, Hwang Sungsoo, Fred Phillips, Mikyung Lee Ji Eun Kang, Seung Dong Lee, Su Min Bae, Seok Joo Jeong, Ji Hyun Lee, Gwang Min Park Na-Yeong Oh, Ye-eun Kang , Kyum-myung Kwak, Yeo-eun Kee , Sung-min Hong, In-sung Hwang Ji youn No, Young hoon Kim, Da young Sung, So Yun Choi, Hye lim Kim Min Ho So, Mi Kyung Lee, Marina van Geenhuizen, Fred Phillips, Pieter E. Stek, Daehyeon Nam Leslie M. Tkach-Kawasaki, Hee Yoon Choi, Mee Young Cha, Jana Diesner, Woo-Sung Jung, Yoon Jae Nam, Daegu Convention Visitors Bureau, DEXCO George Barnett, Hee Dae Kim, Jang Hyun Kim, Vladimir Batgelj, The IMC, Treum Company • DISC 2016 Certificate of Appreciation : Chung Joo Chung, Jae Hwan Park, Ping Zhou, Young Hoon Lee
  9. 9. 011 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Program at a Glance Beyond Data, Innovation, Social network, and Convergence Date Day 1 Dec. 8, Thursday Day 2 Dec. 9, Friday Day3 Dec. 10, Saturday Time Bluebell Raon Bluebell Raon Daegu Convention Visitors Bureau 09:00-09:20 Opening Session (Registration) Opening Session (Registration) #DISC2016 Workshop Textom Analytics (In Korean) * 한국어로 진행 09:20-09:40 DIP Track Open Data Use and Policies in Daegu (In Korean) * 한국어로 진행 #DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel I Keynote Speech 5 Prof. Martin Hilbert Univ. of California, Davis (Blue Bell) 09:40-10:00 10:00-10:20 10:20-10:40 Coffee Tea Break Coffee Tea Break 10:40-11:00 #DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel II Emerging Scholars Track (In Korean) * 한국어로 진행 Keynote Speech 6 Prof. Li Tang Fudan University Track 2 Entrepreneurial University Metrics 11:00-11:20 11:20-11:40 11:40-13:00 Luncheon(Individual) 13:00-13:20 Keynote Speech 1 Prof. Michael Harris Tennessee State Univ. Track 1 Network Science and Communication I Keynote Speech 7 Mr. John Ham CEO of Ustream Inc. Track 3 Knowledge, Creativity, and Innovation I #DISC2016 Workshop Social Network Analysis (Node XL) Kyujin, Jung (In Korean) * 한국어로 진행 13:20-13:40 13:40-14:00 14:00-14:20 Keynote Speech 2 Prof. Samuel Kai Wah Chu Univ. of Hong Kong Track 1 Network Science and Communication II Keynote Speech 8 Dr. Hanjin Park Director General of KOTRA(Taipei) Track 3 Knowledge, Creativity, and Innovation II 14:20-14:40 14:40-15:00 15:00-15:20 Coffee Tea Break Coffee Tea Break 15:20-15:40 Keynote Speech 3 Ms. Vivi Zhang Head of Global Strategy SENSORO NIA Track Data-Driven Marketing Special Track Disaster Management DTP Track New Approaches to Urban Development Policy 15:00 - 17:00 (In Korean) * 한국어로 진행 15:40-16:00 16:00-16:20 16:20-16:40 Keynote Speech 4 Mr. Jianbo Bai CEO of BISIT KADS Track I, II Korean Association of Data Science 16:40-17:00 17:00-17:20 DISC-DGFEZ Roundtable Session (Blue Bell) What are the investment opportunities at the DGFEZ? 17:20-17:40 WATEF 2016 General Assembly(Blue Bell)17:40-18:00 18:00-18:30 Coffee Tea Break Coffee Tea Break 18:30~ #DISC 2016 Welcome Reception (Blue Bell) Daegu Night Tour (Departure : In front of hotel lobby) #DISC2016 Gala Dinner The IMC Award, WATEF Prize, Closing Ceremony(Blue Bell)
  10. 10. 012 Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title Keynote Speeches 1 Michael Harris Tennessee State University Regional Transformation and Economic Growth 2 Samuel Kai Wah Chu University of Hong Kong Gamification, data and learning 3 Vivi Zhang SENSORO Convergence of social network smart sensing network - the creation of a new data format, and the opportunities challenges behind it. 4 Jianbo Bai BISIT(Beijing Intelligent Starshine Information Technology Co..LTD.) From Big Data to Big Outcomes 5 Martin Hilbert University of California, Davis Theory, Practice Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences 6 Li Tang Fudan University Retraction: The Other Face of Research Collaboration 7 John Ham Ustream Chat Interview : Overview of Ustream 8 Dr. Hanjin Park KOTRA(Taipei) China's New Urbanization Strategy and Its Commercial Implications for Korean Firms Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title #DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel I Chair : Kyujin Jung (Tennessee State University) Moderator : Michael Harris(Tennessee State University) Discussants : Jesus N. Valero (University of Utah), Kwangbin Bae(North Carolina Central University) 1 Manuela Hartwig University of Tsukuba Communication about climate change during COP21 on Twitter in Germany and Japan – Implications for the cultural representation of the environment 2 Leslie Tkach- Kawasaki University of Tsukuba Tweeting for the Youth Vote: Japanese Political Party Twitter Use in the July 2016 Upper House Election 3 Maurice Vergeer Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen The real and the virtual. How societal, political and media events leave traces in Twitter streams during an election campaigning 4 Ahmed Eraky General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone E-voting Implementation in Egypt #DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel II 5 Dal Yong Jin Simon Fraser University Civic Engagement in the Smartphone Era: corporate sphere vs. public sphere 6 Junku Lee University of Tsukuba Social network analysis of the influence of participation in the international environmental regime: The Twitter network of participating NGOs in Germany, Japan and Republic of Korea in COP21 7 Arif Budy Pratama University of Tidar Online-Based Local Government Image Typology: A Case Study on Jakarta Provincial Government Official YouTube Videos 8 Eun Sun Lee Sungkyunkwan University Mapping social economy networks self-organized on social media: Evidence from Facebook Page of the Seoul Innovation Park ConferenceProgramInDetail(8–9,December,2016)/Inter-burgoHotelEXCO Keynote Speeches (8~9, December) #DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel (8, December)
  11. 11. 013 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title Track 1 Network Science and Communication I, II Moderator : Randy Kluver (Texas AM University) Discussant : Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki (University of Tshkuba), Martin Hilbert (University of California) 1 George A. Barnett University of California, Davis Resilience of the World Wide Web: A Longitudinal Two-Mode Network Analysis 2 Seyed Mohammad Jafar Jalali Allameh Tabataba'i University Scientific Themes and Collaborations in Business Analytics Han Woo Park YeungNam University 3 Mikyung Lee Yeungnam University Tourist information search based on search engines or social media and destination marketing Ho Young Yoon University of Wisconsin- Madison Han Woo Park Yeungnam University 4 Miyoung Chong University of North Texas, UNT Citizens’Voice for Building a Better Place to Live: A Case from the City of DentonAbdulrahman Habib University of North Texas, UNT 5 Ho Young Yoon University of Wisconsin- Madison Recruiting of Op-Ed columnists in S. Korea newspaper market Ho Cheol Shin Freelancer Researcher Nakho Kim Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg Sooyoung Kang Newspeppermint 6 Jeng Hoon Lee Daejin University Journalism Research Methods with Network Analysis 7 Sujin Choi Kookmin University How can network analysis contribute to communication research with big data? DIP(Daegu Digital Industry Promotion Agency)Track : Open Data Use and Policies in Daegu (8, December) Emerging Scholars Track (8, December) Track 1 : Network Science and Communication I,II (8, December) Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title DIP Track Open Data Use and Policies in Daegu Moderator : Sangyeol Lee (Goyang CVB) Discussant : Mikyung Lee (Yeungnam University), Ho Young Yoon (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1 Kyujin Jung Tennessee State University International Trends and Issues in Open Data Use 2 Taehee Kim Seoul National University of Science and Technology U.S. Federal Open Data Policy and Application 3 Sinae Shin National Information Society Agency Directions of Open Data Policy for Private Sector Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title Track Emerging Scholars 1 Ye Seul Kim Yeungnam University The Analysis of Korean Newspapers‘ Reports on Nuri CurriculumSeong Woo Gu Yeungnam University 2 Gyeongmin Lee Yeungnam University A Learning Network Structure of Online Learning Community in Facebook Group 'Magic of Flipped-Learning'Chanhui Kim Yeungnam University 3 Hyo Chan Park Yeungnam University Disaster Communication Network Analysis Using Twitter Data : the Case of Gyeongju Earthquake 4 Sangyeol Lee Goyang CVB Effect of Sustainability on Business Management in MICE industry : Focusing on the Mediating Effect of CompetitivenessInoh Jeon Hoseo University
  12. 12. 014 Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title NIA Track Data-Driven Marketing 1 Jong-Sung Hwang National Information Society Agency Data-driven Foresight and Future Strategy Development: The case of Korean Government InitiativesYoung-Joo Lee National Information Society Agency 2 Young-Joo Lee National Information Society Agency The status of the spreading of ethical issues and the futures of Artificial Intelligence – focus on analysis of social dataJi-Young Park National Information Society Agency 3 Muhammad Omar Yeungnam University Is Boom in Artificial Intelligence a Global One? Arif Mehmood Yeungnam University Gyu Sang Choi Yeungnam University Han Woo Park Yeungnam University Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title KADS Track I Semantic Network Analysis Chair : Young Min Yoon (Hanyang University) 1 Jang Hyun Kim Sungkyunkwan University What semantic data show: AI vs. Human Hyoungbo Shim Sungkyunkwan University 2 Jeongyeon Yang Samsung Elctronics Enhanced Product Information Service using Product KnowledgeHaklae Kim Samsung Elctronics 3 Minju Yoo Sungkyunkwan University How Do E-Commerce Users Perceive and Review Online-Shopping Channels?Jang Hyun Kim Sungkyunkwan University KADS Track II Big Data- driven Methods Chair : Youngwhan Lee (Konkuk University) 4 Seung-Woo Son Hanyang University Large-Scale Quantitative Analysis of Western Painting Arts 5 Haklae Kim Samsung Electronics Entity Consolidation for building Enterprise Knowledge Graph 6 Woo-Geun Choi Kunsan National University An Automatic Deep Learning-based Essay Scoring Algorithm with High Accuracy Arif Mehmood Yeungnam University Byung-Won On Kunsan National University Dongwon Jeong Kunsan National University Gyu Sang Choi Yeungnam University NIA(National Information Society Agency) Track : Data-Driven Marketing (8, December) KADS(Korean Association of Data Science) Track (8, December) ■ WATEF 2016 General Assembly (2016 WATEF 정기총회) Date : December 8(Thu), 17:20~18:00(12월 8일, 오후 5시 20분~오후 6시) Venue : Blue Bell Hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO (블루벨 홀, 인터불고 호텔 엑스코) Participant : ‌WATEF lifetime members, Year-members, Organization Members (WATEF Membership Fee Paid Only) / WATEF 평생회원, 연회원, 기관회원 * If the member can not attend, Someone who have power of attorney can attend. * 정기총회 참석이 불가피한 경우 위임장을 가진 대리인이 참석가능 Language : Korean (한국어) Issue : New Member Introduction, audit opinion, Issues on DISC, Future plan for WATEF (안건 : 신규회원 소개, 감사의견, DISC행사 관련 안건. 학회발전방향 논의 등)
  13. 13. 015 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title Track 3 Knowledge, Creativity, and Innovation Chair : Jaehwan Park (Middlesex University) Discussants : Yeonsoo Im (Hongik University), Hyundo Choi (Chosun University) 1 Jiang Li Zhejiang University Interdisciplinarity of China’s humanities and social sciences: A historical perspectiveMeijun Liu University of Hong Kong 2 Young Min Jung Daegu Science High School A Comparative Analysis of Hallyu Big Data between Public and Personal Media Seung Hyun Kim Daegu Science High School Jinu Jung Daegu Science High School Chung Joo Chung Kyungpook National University 3 Jaehwan Park Middlesex University Measuring the Degree of Interdisciplinary Interactions in a Korean AcademiaJee-Yeon Choi University of Cambridge 4 Xanat V Meza The University of Tsukuba International trade of GMO related agricultural products Ke Jiang University of California, Davis George A. Barnett University of California, Davis Han Woo Park Yeungnam University 5 Kuo-Hung Huang National Chiayi University Adopting mobile technology to enhance college students’history learning 6 Obwaya Mogire South Eastern Kenya University A Brand Novel Framework for Secure Mobile Transactions and Payment Services. 7 Young-Joo Lee National Information Society Agency Balancing Efficiency and Flexibility in Project Teams: the Role of Team Collective Improvisation Jung-Hoon Lee Yonsei University Kyung Sun Ham Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI) 8 Miyoung Chong University of North Texas, UNT Prioritization of Barriers to Open Data Using AHP Anita Sengar University of Petroleum and Energy Studies Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title Track 2 Entrepreneurial University Metrics Chair : Woosung Jung (POSTECH) Discussants : George A. Barnett (University of California, Davis), Ping Zhou(Zhejiang University) 1 Kim Holmberg University of Turku Altmetrics and research profiles for 10 universities in Finland Timothy Bowman University of Turku Fereshteh Didegah University of Turku 2 Hye Jin Youn University of Oxford Understanding urban economic diversification, and technology innovation with Big Data 3 Joonha Jeon Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology A Land of Limited Opportunity? Institutional Matthew Effect in Korean Universities and Its ImpactSo Young Kim Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology 4 Hyunuk Kim POSTECH(Pohang University of Science and Technology) Quantifying the history of technological innovation Woo-Sung Jung POSTECH(Pohang University of Science and Technology) Hyejin Youn Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5 Inho Hong POSTECH(Pohang University of Science and Technology) Structural change in urban economy through creative destructionWoo-Sung Jung POSTECH(Pohang University of Science and Technology) Hyejin Youn 4MIT Media Lab Track 2 : Entrepreneurial University Metrics (9, December) Track 3 : Knowledge, Creativity and Innovation (9, December)
  14. 14. 016 Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title Special Track Disaster Management Chair: Kyujin Jung (Tennessee State University) Moderator : Jibum Chung (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) Discussants : Kwangyong Kim (Ministry of Public Safety and Security), Hyungguen Park (United Nations Development Programme) 1 Kyung Woo Kim University of North Texas Empirical Analysis of Collaboration Effectiveness and Network Structure during Epidemic Crisis: An Institutional Collective Action Framework 2 Brian Williams Lamar University Social Media, Trust, and Disaster: Does Public Trust Matter to the Use of Social Media During DisasterJesus Valero University of Utah 3 Minsun Song Florida State University Does a Strong Commitment matter in Building Disaster-Resilient Community?: Evidence from a longitudinal Survey before and after the 2012 Korean Typhoons 4 Jesus Valero University of Utah Does Collaborative Leadership Matter in Facilitating interorganizational collaboration for emergency management? 5 James A. Danowski University of Illinois at Chicago Increasing Community Resilience through Communication and Technology SolutionsRebecca Scoggin McEntee South Dakota State University 6 Jungwon Yeo University of Central Florida Local Culture and Leadership in Risk communication: 2016 Louisiana FloodClaire Connolly Knox University of Central Florida 7 Simon A. Andrew University of North Texas Intergovernmental Collaboration, Communication Networks, and Collective Action Dilemmas: An Empirical Analysis of Emergency Response During Ebola Out-Break in Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Region Sudha Arlikatti Rabdan Academy at UAE Orkhan Ismayilov University of North Texas Vaswati Chatterjee University of North Texas Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title DTP Track A New Approach to Urban Development Policy Chair : Yo Han Kim (Daegu Technopark) Discussants : Han Woo Park (Yeungnam University), Hee Dae Kim (Daegu Digital Industry Promotion Agency), Tae Woon Kim (Keimyung University) 1 Chae Nam Jeon The IMC Analysis on citizen's needs for Creative Daegu Through Big Data 2 Moon Soo Park KIET(Korea Institute for Industrial Economice Trade) Planning to develop Daegu-Gyeongbuk Service Industry Through Social Network Analysis Special Track : Disaster Management (9, December) DTP(Daegu Technopark) Track : New Approaches to Urban Development Policy (9, December)
  15. 15. 017 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Track No. Speaker Affiliation Title DISC-DGFEZ Session Roundtable Session Moderator : Prof. Martin Hilbert Participant : ‌Michael Harris(Tennessee State University), Vivi Zhang(SENSORO), Jianbo Bai(Beijing Intelligent Starshine Information Technology Co..LTD.), Martin Hilbert(University of California, Davis), Li Tang(Fudan University), John Ham(Ustream), Dr. Hanjun Park(KOTRA(Taipei)) What are the investment opportunities at the DGFEZ? Workshop Program (10, December) / Daegu Convention andVisitors Bureau(Korea Fashion Center 3F) * Lunch(Individual) : 12:00~13:00 Workshop topic Time Lecturer Language Workshop1 - Textom Mining Analysis 09:00 - 12:00 Seong Cheol Choi The IMC Korean Workshop2 - Social Network Analysis(NodeXL) 13:00 - 16:00 Kyujin Jung Tennessee State University Korean DISC-DGFEZ Roundtable Session :What are the investment opportunities at the DGFEZ? (9, December) * DGFEZ : Daegu-Gyeongbuk Free Economice Zone DISC 2016 Gala Dinner (만찬) 1. Date : 9, December(Fri), 2016, 18:30 2. Venue : ‌Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO, B1F, Bluebell Hall (Address : Sangyeok 2dong, Buk-gu, Daegu, Kroea) 3. MC : Sujin Choi, Kookmin University 4. Contents : The IMC Award, WATEF Prize, Sponsorship Ceremony. Performance, Closing Cemremony 5. Time Table Time Contents Remark 18:35~18:40 Opening Ceremony President, Han Woo Park 18:40~18:45 Congratulatory Speech Deok Kwang Bae, Member of the National Assembly in Korea 18:45~18:50 Travel Grant 18:50~18:55 The IMC Award 18:55~19:00 WATEF Prize 19:00~19:10 Sponsorship Ceremony Leo Kim, CEO of ARS PRAXIA 19:10~19:15 Photo Time 19:15~20:40 Dinner Performance Daewon Lee Quintet 20:40~20:50 Closing Ceremony Kyujin Jung, Co-Chair of #DISC2016
  16. 16. Keynote Speeches 1st Day December 8(Thu) / Blue Bell hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO 13:00 - 14:00 1 Regional Transformation and Economic Growth Michael Harris, (Tennessee State University, USA) 14:00 - 15:00 2 Gamification, data and learning Samuel KaiWah Chu, ‌(University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong) Coffee Tea Break 15:20 - 16:20 3 Convergence of social network smart sensing network - the creation of a new data format, and the opportunities challenges behind it. Vivi Zhang, (SENSORO, China) 16:20 - 17:20 4 From Big Data to Big Outcomes Jianbo Bai, ‌(BISIT Co..LTD., China)
  17. 17. 020 Keynote Speaker 1 Michael Harris is currently Dean of and Professor at the College of Public Service at Tennessee State University. His area of expertise is Public Policy, economic development, and leadership. Dr. Harris holds a B.A. in economics and business administration from Bar-Ilan University, an M.A in Public Policy from Tel-Aviv University, and a Ph.D. in public policy from Indiana University. Michael Harris served as the 6th Chancellor of IU Kokomo and a Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, Business, and Education. He led IU Kokomo through a transformation. That included: adding new degree programs, increased enrollment, enhanced degree completion, developed an athletic program and led joining the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Dean Harris served as Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs at Kettering University in Flint, Michigan, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Ferris State University, a faculty member in the Department of Political Science and subsequently Associate Provost at Eastern Michigan University, and a faculty member in the Graduate Program of Public Policy at Tel Aviv University. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Harris had a variety of experiences working in the public sector, industry, and military. He has published 5 books and close to 50 articles. At Eastern Michigan University Dr. Harris was recognized with the Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award and the Golden Medallion Award. In 2012, the Hebrew-language newspaper, Maariv, named Harris as the most successful Israeli academic working outside of Israel. The Kokomo Perspective named him their Person of the Year for 2011. Dr. Harris was named Honorary Commander of Grissom air Base, Indiana. He also received the Best in Class 2009 Award from the Keen Entrepreneurship Education Network and an Honorary Doctorate in Educational Administration from Ave Maria College. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) named Dr. Harris as a Consultant. Michael Harris is a Major Ret. IDF Michael Harris, Ph.D. – Bio @ Wikipedia http://bit.ly/2dAFWBD Michael Harris Ph.D. - a variety of articles published in newspapers http://bit.ly/2cAdqC9 Michael Harris (Tennessee State University, USA)
  18. 18. 021 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Triple Helix: Key to Success in RegionalTransformation Michael Harris Tennessee State University mharris50@tnstate.edu Abstract Economic development strategies in the United States have been profoundly shaped by the gradual shift from the 19th century high growth to an overall slower growth marked by limited periods of significant, but non-recurring, bursts of acceleration in the high-tech and real estate markets. Consequently, contemporary American economic strategists have had to re-conceptualize both the means and ends of development as the United States moves deep into the 21ST Century. The USA finds itself in a peculiar position regarding economic development as we transition away from manufacturing to information technologies and services. A New strategic paradigm is crucial if strategists are going to manage the increasingly complex – and volatile – forces that influence economic development. The focus of this presentation is on The Triple Helix model and its implementation. This model is clearly designed for an economy of the early 21st century as we shifted from a manufacturing to a knowledge base. The Triple Helix model implies that knowledge-generation and the activities that surround it are more central to economic development and regional transformation than the old manufacturing paradigm of resource extraction. Triple Helix model can serve as an emerging strategic paradigm for economic development and regional transformation. It requires that we develop an entrepreneurial mindset to governance and enhance partnerships in regional economic transformation. Implementing a Triple Helix approach, thus, makes the “knowledge-producing” entity, local industries and government agencies, and the surrounding communities shared stakeholders in economic development planning. The need to collaborate among very different players raises new challenges to our understanding of institutional collective action (ICA) and its application to the study of economic development and sustained growth In this presentation I will share several examples of implementing Triple Helix in the United Sates and assess the outcomes. Of special interest are lessons learned from those experiences.
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  29. 29. 032 Keynote Speaker 2 Dr. Samuel Kai Wah Chu is the Head of Division of Information and Technology Studies and an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Education. He is also the Deputy Director (Centre for Information Technology in Education) in the Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. His research interests lie in the areas of gamification and game-based learning, social media in education, 21st century skills, collaborative inquiry project-based learning, digital literacies, school and academic librarianship and knowledge management and intellectual capital. He has published over 250 articles and books including key journals in the area of IT in education (e.g., Computers Education, International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning), information and library science (e.g., Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, Library Information Science Research), school librarianship (e.g., School Library Media Research, School Libraries Worldwide), academic librarianship (e.g., Journal of Academic Librarianship) and knowledge management (e.g., Journal of Intellectual Capital). His publication comprises 7 scholarly books with one on “21st century skills” published by Springer. He is also the author of a series of children story books published by Pearson Longman, including My Pet Hamsters and The Chocolate Boy. Dr. Chu is the Managing Editor for Journal of Information Knowledge Management and was the Associate Editor for Online Information Review: The International Journal of Digital Information Research and Use (2012-16). He is also an Editorial Board Member for Library Information Science Research and School Libraries Worldwide. He has involved in over 50 research/project grants with a total funding of US$6,252,802. He has received a number of awards including his Faculty’s Outstanding Researcher Award in 2013 and his Faculty’s Knowledge Exchange Award in 2016. He is ranked as the top 66th author in the world regarding his publications in library and information science (DOI 10.1007/s11192-014-1519-9). Samuel Kai Wah Chu (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
  30. 30. 033 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Gamification, data and learning Samuel Kai Wah Chu University of Hong Kong samchu@hku.hk Abstract Based on his knowledge and expertise in information and library science, computer and design science, e-learning and psychology, and children literature, Dr. Chu has created an award-winning e-quiz platform, Reading Battle (RB), which is highly effective in boosting primary students’ reading interest and motivation, as well as strengthening their reading comprehension ability in both Chinese and English. Reading is the basis for most learning. However, many students have not developed an interest and ability in reading. As a result, they suffer in courses and assignments that require good comprehension ability. Through applying various game mechanics (points, e-badges, ranking, levels, etc.) into the design of RB, many primary and kindergarten students in Hong Kong, Taiwan, mainland China and the US have been motivated to read a lot and to take many e-quizzes about the books they have read. Many of these students have improved their reading abilities quickly and enjoyably. The top 6 students have read and answered over 300 books (with 3 read over 400 books) and achieved an average score of 81-97 out of 100. The e-quiz system has essentially helped produced many“young scholars”. Supported by a Quality Education Fund (USD $364,872)”, “Reading Battle” was released in Feb 2014. Over 6,000 students in 50 schools/libraries have used it. Those who have used it a lot have improved not only in their reading ability, but also in their writing ability. The speaker will share how he has made use of the various kinds of data from the system to fine-tune the system design to excite the students and to help them learn effectively. Since “Reading Battle” has successfully helped many students in various countries/regions to improve their reading ability, the speaker recently obtained a Knowledge Exchange Award from his university. In this talk, the speaker will share his “secret of success”in designing and managing this highly effective learning system for students.
  31. 31. 034 Keynote Speaker 3 •LL.B International Law from University of International Business Economics, Beijing. MSc in Information Studies from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Joined SENSORO in 2016 to look after overall strategy and IoT products’global go-to-market strategies. •Ex key account director at Twitter APAC. Member of the pioneer Twitter Greater China team who built out the whole sales and reseller structure. Award winner of Twitter“Super Bird”in 2015. Vivi Zhang (SENSORO, China)
  32. 32. 035 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Convergence of social network smart sensing network –The creation of a new data format, and the opportunities challenges behind it. Vivi Zhang SENSORO vivi@sensoro.com Abstract Starting from the analysis of online and offline retail data needs, this keynote discusses the creation of a new data format (BLE location data combined with social data) and its real-life use cases in commercial and non-profit smart-city scenarios. It also elaborates the hardware and network infrastructure which facilitate these data use cases, as well as the opportunities and challenges that a startup faces internally and externally in the market.
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  69. 69. 072 Keynote Speaker 4 Jianbo Bai is currently working in Beijing Intelligent Starshine Info. Tech. Co. Ltd. as CEO, Leading the company to explore opportunities among big data, to provide services to worldwide customers: data collection services, data process and analysis services, big data infrastructure services, public opinion services, etc. Jianbo previously worked in Sun, Oracle, Nokia as different technical and management roles for engineering, services, product and marketing. Jianbo got Bachelor degree from Tianjin University and Master degree from Beihang university. Major is Computer Science. Jianbo Bai (BISIT(Beijing Intelligent Starshine Information Technology Co..LTD), China.
  70. 70. 073 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea From Big Data to Big Outcomes Jianbo Bai BISIT(Beijing Intelligent Starshine Information Technology Co..LTD). baijianbo@yqzbw.com Abstract The advent of big data and its increasing use has dramatically changed the information infrastructure for analytics, and the way for people to collect data, blend data and analysize data. This session briefly overviews the landscape of collecting and blending big data especially social network data, tipical methods of data mining, also the usage of machine learning and deep learning. The speaker will provide a few case studies to demonstrate how enterprise and organization leverage big data to generate bigger outcomes.
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  82. 82. Keynote Speeches 2nd day December 9(Fri) / Blue Bell hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO 09:20 - 10:20 5 Theory, Practice Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences Martin Hilbert, (University of California, USA) Coffee Tea Break 10:40 - 11:40 6 Retraction: The Other Face of Research Collaboration LiTang, (Fudan University, China) Luncheon 13:00 - 14:00 7 Chat Interview : Overview of Ustream John Ham, (Ustream, USA) 14:00 - 15:00 8 China’s New Urbanization Strategy and Its Commercial Implications for Korean Firms Dr. Hanjin Park, (KOTRA(Taipei), Korea)
  83. 83. 086 Keynote Speaker 5 I pursue a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the role of information, communication and knowledge in human development, be it from a social, economic, psychological or political perspective. I am particularly interested in role of the data revolution in complex social systems. I share the gained insights through publications and hands-on technical assistance (mainly in developing countries). I hold doctorates in Communication, and in Economics and Social Sciences and a faculty position at the University of California. My academic research has been published in the world’s leading peer-reviewed academic Journals in: • multidisciplinary science (Science, with a 5-year TR Journal citation impact factor of 32); • evolution and ecology (Trends in Ecology and Evolution, with a 5-year impact factor of 20); • psychology and behavioral economics (Psychological Bulletin, with a 5y impact factor of 18); • international economic development (World Development, with a 5y impact factor of 3); • information science (J. of the Am. Society for Info.Science and Technology, 5y impact factor of 2.2); • women and development (Women’s Studies International Forum; with 5y impact factor of 1); I also published my findings in recognized peer-reviewed Journals in communication, political science, and public policy, among others. I’m happy to see that other scholars find my results interesting, as they have been citing them hundreds of times. I’ve written five books (three with academic presses), have designed and teach courses on digital innovation for international development, and on complex social systems and social network analysis, have served on juries of public grants assignments, and acted as a guest editor in academic journals. On the applied side, I have personally provided hands-on technical assistance to Heads of States, government experts, legislators, diplomats, private sector companies, and civil society organizations in over 20 countries. Before entering academia, I held a permanent appointment as Economic Affairs Officer of the United Nations Secretariat. I had the opportunity to coordinate research and technical cooperation projects involving over 10 in-house professionals and over 200 consultants for the United Nations and raised over US$24 million in grants to execute these projects. Policy makers from the highest levels have officially recognized the impact of these projects in public declarations. For example, during my decade at the UN, I spearheaded the creation and successful execution of the Latin American and Caribbean Action Plan for the Information Society (eLAC), an inter-governmental policy agenda which is already in its third successful generation (eLAC2007, eLAC2010, and eLAC2015). I also helped to design measurement indicators that have been officially adopted by the United Nations statistical system for permanent collection worldwide. I speak five languages, have published in three of them, travelled to over 70 countries, and accumulated over ten years of research and working experience in four continents. My work has been featured in Scientific American, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, NPR, BBC, Sueddeutsche, Die Welt, Correio Braziliense, La Repubblica, El Mercurio, El Pais, among others. Martin Hilbert (University of California, USA)
  84. 84. 087 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Theory, Practice Limits of Big Data for the Social Sciences Martin Hilbert University of California, Davis hilbert@ucdavis.edu Abstract The role of big data for the social sciences has been compared to the introduction of the telescope in astrology or the microscope in biology: before we simply could not see enough to make reliable predictions with an accuracy of 80-90 %. This talk presents some recent results about the theoretical framework of how to think about data-driven growth in the economy and society, as well as several illustrative real-world examples of big data use (some of them funny, others rather scary). Finally we will remind ourselves of some of fundamental limitations of big data analytics, which certainly provides powerful opportunities, but is no magic bullet.
  85. 85. 088 Keynote Speaker 6 Li Tang is a full Professor at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University. She got her Ph.D. in public policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her recent research pivots on the intersection of science, technology and innovation policy, public policy evaluation and research evaluation. She is the co-inventor of a United States patent entitled “Identification disambiguation in databases” that was granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on August 5, 2014. The invention has been successfully licensed to a high-tech U.S. company, Search Technology, Inc. She is the 2012 recipient of the prestigious award “Best Dissertation in Public Policy and Management in Asia” by the Association for Public Policy Analysis Management. Her research has been supported by Gore Innovation Fund, EU Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, and the National Natural Science Foundation of China. She has published over forty research articles, professional reports, and conference proceedings, in which about 20 articles were SSCI/SCI indexed and widely cited. Li Tang (Fudan University, China)
  86. 86. 089 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Retraction:The Other Face of Research Collaboration Li Tang Fudan University litang@fudan.edu.cn Abstract Team-dominated knowledge production has become ubiquitous globally. The trend of co- publishing escalating is evidenced by steadily growing team size and proportions of multi-authored publications, many of which are across nation’s borders. Reasons for producing joint research vary, from greater epistemic authority, more easily secured funding, higher-quality work due to cross- pollination of different minds, to possibility of the work receiving more citations. Meanwhile, the number and the annual rate of retraction of scientific research, or the official declaration of withdrawal of an article from the literature for scientific misconduct or significant errors, also have surged exponentially over the last decade. The seeming coincidence, or at least co-concurrence, of the rising collaboration and retraction raises following questions: Is teamwork more likely to be associated with retraction? What contributes to the elapsed time between publication and retraction of collaborative work? My keynote speech draws upon two notions from the social psychological literature on group interaction – diffusion of responsibility and internal auditing – to examine the effect of collaboration size on retraction. We test our hypotheses regarding the relationship between retractions and collaboration on a unique publication dataset of retractions and its control group constructed by the nearest-neighbor-matching approach. Our analysis does not support the diffusion of responsibility as no significant evidence indicates that collaboration suffers from producing flawed research, at least in the form of retraction. We also find that ceteris paribus publications with authors from elite universities are less likely but quickly to be retracted. There also is no significant impact of collaboration size on the speed of retraction of Chinese articles, although China stands out with the fastest retracting speed. Our findings have policy implications for the governance of global science, especially that involves collaboration.
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  99. 99. 102 Keynote Speaker 7 Mr. John Ham is the Founder, CEO and Chairman of Ustream. He founded Ustream in 2007 and grew the company to become the leading live streaming company with over 250 employees across 5 offices while raising over $65M in investment capital. Everyone from President Obama to Lady Gaga have used Ustream to broadcast live over the Internet and interact with their audiences. In 2016, IBM acquired Ustream for $130M in cash. Since then, Mr. Ham has been making investments and taking time off to spend with his family and young daughter Hannah. He is a regular guest speaker at Stanford Business School and enjoys his time fly fishing. His primary residence is in Silicon Valley, but he also has a home in Daegu. John Ham (Ustream, USA)
  100. 100. 103 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Chat Interview : Overview of Ustream John Ham Ustream jham.personal@gmail.com Abstract Mr. Ham will share his experiences from founding to acquisition as an entrepreneur and how he led his company to become the leader in live streaming.
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  113. 113. 116 Keynote Speaker 8 Hanjin Park(朴漢眞,朴汉真) is the Director General of Korea Trade Center(Taipei) of Korea Trade- Investment Promotion Agency(KOTRA), Korea’s state-run organization charged with promoting exports and investments; and an executive director of the Korean-Chinese Association of Social Science Studies(KCSSS). Park was a visiting research fellow at the Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (IDE-JETRO) and a visiting scholar at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University. He is the first KOTRA official to serve as a visiting research fellow at the Japanese government-run think tank. A leading and noted specialist on the Chinese economy in Korea, Dr. Park spent over two decades serving at KOTRA and has extensive experience analyzing and working in China. Throughout his career, he was in the service for eleven years and four months abroad in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing. Prior to joining KOTRA, he served as a faculty member at the Korea Air Force Academy (KAFA). Park is the author of numerous books and articles. Representative books include Frenemy (2016), China’s Next Decade(2005); China Focus by Hanjin Park(2002). Dr. Park has written extensively on the Chinese macroeconomic policy, Korea-China trade relations and investments, and Korea-China FTA. Dr. Park is currently an Op-Ed Contributor to the several leading Korean and Taiwanese newspapers and magazines, most famously the Korea Economic Daily(Hankyung), Seoul Daily, the Leader, and the Excellence. He often appears as a panel or a moderator at the prestigious international forums held in Korea, including World Strategy Forum and the World Knowledge Forum. Park received his bachelor’s degree in Chinese language and literature, and a M.A. in Chinese political economy from HUFS in Seoul, Korea. He was awarded his Ph.D. in business administration from Fudan University, Shanghai, China. Han-Jin Park (KOTRA, Korea)
  114. 114. 117 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea China’s New Urbanization Strategy and Its Commercial Implications for Korean Firms Dr. Hanjin Park Director General, KOTRA(Taipei) chinapark@kotra.or.kr Abstract We have some different landing scenarios for China’s economy, including hard landing and soft landing. Doomsayers from Western and Korean media and business circles have for long predicted a hard landing of China’s economy. Some have even tagged the scenario as a gray swan - event that can be anticipated to a certain degree and may have a sizable impact. However it’s a matter of how low and how fast the GDP numbers fall, and how long they stay there before rebounding. We would better forget about a soft landing or a no landing. The problem is hard or long. Chinese economy will not face a hard landing scenario despite it is likely to slow down again and again hereafter. The pace of China’s growth will slow down gradually and it will be in a new trend of so-called the“long landing”scenario. However economists warn that China’s slowing growth by itself is a negative for Korea, given Korea is exposed to Chinese domestic demand, supply chains, and the same global factor impacting China -- sharply slower growth in global trade. So the Korean firms need to find new business opportunities. The author suggests firms focus on“New Urbanization”strategy. In China, policy now has shifted from trying to restrain growth in bigger cities to recognizing what is happening anyway that people want to go to the cities. Now the idea is to build sort of very large urban clusters around large cities. The Chinese government plans to move 250 million people from farms to cities. It plans to do this over the next twelve to fifteen years. And this will create a huge market. This paper gives tips about how to fine new business opportunities.
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  125. 125. DIP Track 1st Day December 8(Thu), Blue Bell Hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO 09:00 - 10:20 1 공공데이터 민관 협치 사례 개요 정규진, (테네시주립대학교 행정학과 교수) 2 공공데이터 개방 및 활용방안 : U.S. Federal Open Data Policy and Application 김태희, (서울과학기술대학교 행정학과 교수) 3 공공데이터 개방 및 활용정책 신신애, (한국정보화진흥원, 정부 3.0 기획팀장) Open Data Use and Policies in Daegu
  126. 126. 130 Presenter 1 성균관대학교 국정전문대학원 행정학 석사, 2007-2009 북텍사스주립대학교(University of North Texas) 행정학 박사, 2011-2015 테네시주립대학교(​Tennessee State University) 행정학과 교수, 2015-현재 ‌뉴욕대학교 거버넌스연구실(New York University GovLab) 글로벌오픈데이터네트워크 공동연구책임, 2015-현재 정규진 교수 (테네시주립대학교 행정학과)
  127. 127. 131 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea 공공데이터 민관 협치 사례 개요 정규진 테네시주립대학교 행정학과 교수 뉴욕대학교 GovLab GODN 공동연구책임 2016 IODC 공공데이터 심포지움 조직위원 Abstract ○ ‌최근 공공데이터 개방과 활용은 개방형 정부(open government) 및 참여 거버넌스(participatory governance) 가치를 중심으로 재편되고 있음. ○ ‌공공데이터 기반 민관 협치 모델은 정책수립, 집행, 평가와 관련된 데이터를 개방하고 민간 부문이 함께 할 수 있는 장을 구축하는 것을 시작으로, 협업(collaboration)과 참여 거버넌스 기제를 포괄 하는 것. - ‌궁극적으로 중앙·지방 정부가 공공데이터 개방을 통해 어떻게 시민/주민들의 삶의 질을 제고할 수 있는가라는 질문에 응답하는 것. - ‌예를 들어, 미국의 주별 65세 이상 노년인구 지원 정책은 노년인구의 소득, 주거비용, 중앙정부 지원금 등을 고려하여 일괄 차등지급해왔지만, 최근 민관 협치를 통해 공공 데이터 도시별 삶의 질, 라이프 스타일(산업구조) 등 다양한 공공데이터를 고려한 새로운 지표 제시하는 등 정책의 효과성 제고. ○ 뉴욕대학교 GovLab은 공공데이터 기반 민관 협치 모델이 지향해야 할 다음 네 가지 가치를 제시함. - ‌Improving government: 정부의 투명성(transparency) 제고 및 부패 척결 1 - ‌Empowering citizens: 시민의 정책수립 참여 및 소통과 정보 창구 개방 2 - ‌Creating opportunities: 혁신 조성 및 경제성장과 일자리 창출 촉진 3 - ‌Solving public problems: 데이터-기반 문제 진단 및 민간 부문 참여와 협업 4 ○ 한국형 공공데이터 기반 민관 협치를 위한 환경 조성(4Ps) - Partnerships: 공공데이터의 수요와 공급을 보다 원활하게 연계할 수 있는 중 개자(intermediaries)와 데이터 협업(data collaboratives) 체계 구축 - ‌Public infrastructure: 공공데이터를 공공 기반시설 수준으로 발전, 즉 누구나 사용-참여-개발할 수 있는 장의 설계 5 - Policies: 공공데이터 기반 프로젝트의 범위와 수준 등에 대한 조직화되고 명확한 법적·제도적 환경 조성 - Problem definition: 공공데이터 기반 민관 협치 모델별 분명한 목표 설정 및 해결하고자 하는 공공 문제에 대한 필수적 정의 ○ 지속가능한 공공데이터 기반 민관 협치 모델을 향한 도전(4Rs) - Readiness: 효과적인 민관 협치를 위한 지속적인 기술적 역량 제고 - Responsiveness: 민첩한 대응을 통해 지속가능한 민관 협치 체계 구현 - Risks: 개인 사생활 보호 및 시스템 보안 등 잠재적 위험을 지속적으로 저감 - Resource allocation: 중장기적인 재정 자원 탐색 및 확보를 통한 민관 협치 ○ ’16년 7월 15일 캐나다 정부가 발표한 세 번째 개방형 정부 파트너십(2016-18), 공공데이터 기반 민관 협치 모델을 위한 청사진 제시 - 캐나다 정부에 개방성이라는 문화를 함양하고, 보다 높은 수준의 투명성과 책무성 달성이 핵심 목표 - 공공데이터 접근 및 활용성 강화를 위해 향후 5년간 12.9 백만 달러 투자 - 캐나다형 개방형 정부 구축을 위해 향후 5년간 11.5 백만 달러 투자 - 캐나다 정부, 의회, 시민사회, 지방자치단체, 학계, 민간부문이 함께 참여하여 수립하였으며, 이를 통해 향후 각각의 역할 설정 ○ 주요 해외 사례를 통한 공공데이터 기반 민관 협치를 위한 제언 - 민주적 대표성(democratic representation): 민주적 조절 기제와 대표성 확보 - 공공데이터 생태계(open data ecosystem): 지속가능한 협업과 삶의 질 제고 1) 멕시코 교육부패 척결 및 슬로바키아 정부조달 부패 척결 사례 2) 우루과이 건강보험 의사결정체계 혁신 사례 3) 미국 NOAA(미국해양대기관리처)의 혁신 및 뉴욕 ATLAS 일자리 창출 사례 4) 뉴질랜드 크라이스트처치 시의 지진피해 복구 및 싱가포르 뎅기열 대응 사례 5) ‌2014년 4월 8일 발표된 미국 백악관 보고서 ‘The impact of open data’에 따르면, 공공데이터는 국가적 자원으로서, 혁신과 과학적 발견, 기업가정신, 그리고 공익을 창출하는 근원이며 향후 연간 3조 달러에 이르는 교육, 보건, 교통, 그리고 정보기술 등 다양한 분야에서 혁신을 주도할 것임.
  128. 128. 132 Presenter 2 건국대학교 대학원 행정학 석사, 2005-2007 럿커스대학교( Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey) 행정대학원 행정학 박사, 2009-2014 하와이대학교(University of Hawaii) 행정학과 교수, 2014-2016 서울과학기술대학교 행정학과 교수, 2016-현재 김태희 교수 (서울과학기술대학교 행정학과)
  129. 129. 133 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea 공공데이터 개방 및 활용방안 : U.S. Federal Open Data Policy and Application 김태희 서울과학기술대학교 행정학과 Abstract 미국의 경우, 공공부문의 신뢰도를 제고하고, 투명한 시스템을 구축하고, 공공의 참여 및 협력을 견고히 함으로써, 정부의 효율성을 증대하기 위해, 정부가 보유한 공공데이터의 개방성을 강조하는 열린 정부 이니셔티브 (Open Government Initiative)를 시작으로, 정부 주도형 공공데이터 전략을 추진하고 있다. 미국의 공공데이터 활용 사례인, We the People, Project Open Data, House Disbursement 및 Commercial Data Portal 등을 살펴봄으로써, 공공데이터 활용 현황을 제시하고, 공공데이터 활용의 효용 및 활용에 있어서의 한계점등을 제시하고자 한다. 이를 통해, 단순히 데이터의 공개성을 높이는 것이 아닌, 오픈데이터의 활용도를 높 이고, 공개데이터 활용을 통한 시민참여 촉진방안을 제시하고자 한다.
  130. 130. 134 Presenter 3 - 주요 경력사항 o 現) 한국정보화진흥원 정부3.0기획팀장(‘15.7 ~ 현재) o 現) 국가보훈처, 산림청 자체평가위원 o 現) 행정자치부 정부3.0 강사단, 컨설팅단 위원 o 前) 한국정보화진흥원 빅데이터전략센터 부장(‘13.9 ~ ’15.7) o 국가정보화 유공 대통령 표창 (2014. 12) o 고려대학교 컴퓨터학과 박사 - 정부 3.0 강의 분야 o 정부3.0 서비스 정부, 협업/빅데이터 등 유능한 정부, 정보공개/데이터 개방 등 투명한 정부 신신애 정부 3.0 기획팀장 (한국정보화진흥원)
  131. 131. DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel I 1st Day December 8(Thu) / Raon Hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO 09:20 - 10:20 1 Communication about climate change during COP21 on Twitter in Germany and Japan – Implications for the cultural representation of the environment Manuela Hartwig, (University ofTsukuba, Japan) 2 Tweeting for the Youth Vote: Japanese Political Party Twitter Use in the July 2016 Upper House Election LeslieTkach-Kawasaki, (University ofTsukuba, Japan) 3 The real and the virtual. How societal, political and media events leave traces in Twitter streams during an election campaigning MauriceVergeer, (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands) 4 E-voting Implementation in Egypt Ahmed Eraky, (General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone, Egypt)
  132. 132. 136 Presenter 1 Manuela G. Hartwig (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Manuela G. Hartwig is currently a research student at the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba, focusing her research on Energy and Environmental Policies. She holds a B.A. in East Asian Studies/Political Science, and an M.A. in Social Science Japanese Studies both from Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.
  133. 133. 137 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Communication about climate change during COP21 onTwitter in Germany and Japan – Implications for the cultural representation of the environment Manuela Hartwig University of Tsukuba manuela.g.hartwig@gmail.com Abstract Communication about climate change and activities by the international framework to tackle climate change are under close public observation. How people perceive issues related to the environment, their source and distribution of information shape public discourse, which eventually influences political decision making processes. With new information technologies involving Internet-based social media channels, interest groups can facilitate interactive communication networks to extend their impact. The influential power and symbolic role of the Conference of the Parties (COP) by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate change (UNFCCC) faces criticism. Localized Twitter communications about climate change in Japan and Germany during the COP21 session between November 30 and December 12 2015 have been used to assess local discourses about issues related to climate change. Initial results show major differences in the use of Twitter to communicate climate change issues. In Germany, established mass media companies dominate the network, which implies a more professionalized use of Twitter than in Japan, where individual user accounts dominate. Furthermore, a combination of time series and network analyses showed that shape and size change daily, but the major actors and sentiment remain the same. In both countries, the Twitter community showed a negative tendency towards climate change at the beginning of the session. While a more positive sentiment appeared for a short time, a negative tendency remained. Investigating the differences in energy policy decisions in Japan and Germany, what factors define the nature of their public discourses about climate change and the actors involved is important to understand the construction of political discourses, why certain issues are main subjects of discussions in one society, but being ignored in the other. This approach demonstrated that examining localized online communication provide a better understanding of influential factors in energy policy decisions and public understanding of climate change. Acknowledgements: This study is part of the international research project on Comparative Energy Policy Discourses in Japan and Germany (CEDP) at the Institute for Comparative Research in Human and Social Sciences of the University of Tsukuba, funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) (AAD26048) (Principal Investigator: Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki, University of Tsukuba). Keywords : ‌Twitter, COP21, environmental communication, climate change, Klimawandel, kikōhendō, Germany, Japan
  134. 134. 138 Presenter 2 Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki Associate Professor (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki is an Associate Professor at the University of Tsukuba, Japan. Her research interests are Japanese political actors, their use of Internet-based media during election campaign periods, and public reaction to political media online. In addition, she is also undertaking research on comparative energy policy discourse through Internet-based media channels focusing on Japan and Germany in the post-Fukushima era.
  135. 135. 139 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Tweeting for theYouthVote: Japanese Political PartyTwitter Use in the July 2016 Upper House Election Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki, Associate Professor University of Tsukuba tkach@japan.email.ne.jp Abstract After almost two decades of the prohibition of election campaigning through the Internet, from April 2013, Japanese political parties and candidates have been able to legally use websites and social media channels for election campaigning. Yet despite the lifting of the ban on campaigning through the Internet during the critical “campaign activities period” immediately preceding an election, these political actors are still experimenting with the use of Internet in general~and social media in particular~as part of their campaign media mix. During the 2016 Upper House Election campaign cycle, the first national election since the voting age was lowered to 18, political parties in particular accelerated their use of Twitter as an online campaign communications channel. The expanded use of Twitter during this election cycle gave rise to the following questions: What are the similarities and differences among the parties in terms of the use of Twitter for voter mobilization? Did parties target specific voting groups? And, are there discernible differences among political parties in terms of their Twitter network structures? By analyzing the tweets generated by major and minor political parties immediately preceding Japan’s July 10, 2016 Upper House election, this paper provides new insights into the growing sophistication of social-media use by national-level political parties. While the Japanese political “Twittersphere” was dominated by major political parties and focused on the youth vote, newly emerging and minor political parties also strove to publicize their platforms through social media and expand their online networks. In conclusion, the results suggest that while political parties are still in an experimental phase, growing sophistication in Twitter use points to positive possibilities in voter mobilization and targeting. Keywords : ‌Political campaigns, voter mobilization, Twitter, social network analysis, Japanese politics, social media and political campaigns
  136. 136. 140 Presenter 3 Maurice Vergeer (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Netherlands) Maurice Vergeer received his PhD from Radboud University, Nijmegen. He works at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands at the department of Communication Science and in the Behavioural Science Institute. His theoretical interests focus on people’s Internet use and their social capital, journalists’ use of the Internet, and political communication on the Internet. His research interests focus on cross-national comparative analysis (with a special interest for countries in South- East Asia), time series analysis, network analysis, and quantitative content analysis. He has published in renowned journals such as New Media Society and Computer-Mediated Communication. He can be reached at m.vergeer@maw.ru.nl. For further information visit his website at www. mauricevergeer.nl
  137. 137. 141 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea The real and the virtual. How societal, political and media events leave traces inTwitter streams during an election campaigning Maurice Vergeer Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen m.vergeer@maw.ru.nl Abstract Even though electoral campaigning using “traditional” websites is still “mandatory” (Vergeer, Hermans, Cunha, 2013), a campaign without the presence of social media is unthinkable in this modern age: politicians, candidates, journalists and citizens use these social media extensively. There are many studies focusing on politicians’ use of social media, particularly their networks and adoption rates (Vergeer Hermans, 2013). Other types of study particularly focus on the general Twitter sphere during these campaigns (Bruns, Burgess, Highfield, Kirchhoff, Nicolai, 2011). This concept of the Twitter sphere (referring to Habermas’ concept of the public sphere (Habermas, 1989)) can also be viewed as a so-called awareness system: an “always on systems” – leading to a mental model of news and events that surrounds people in general and journalists in particular. In this context the value lies not in the individual tweet but by the mental portrayal based on many tweets over time (Hermida, 2010). Although this “mental model” may exist, it may be very dynamic, even volatile during election campaigns: actual societal, political or media events that happen during these campaigns may alter this awareness system in terms of (a) prominence of particular parties and candidates and (b) sentiment regarding these parties and candidates. The first research question is to what extent these events affect prominence and sentiment within this awareness system. Given a specific awareness system with specific prominence of and sentiment regarding candidates and parties, to what extent does this affect the opinion polls during the election campaign and the subsequent election outcome (Research Question 2)? The Twitter data (tweets) were collected for a 24-day period in the entire election campaign of 2012 in the Netherlands. Television appearances of candidates in talk shows and news shows were collected. The mentioning of candidates and parties were collected by analyzing newspaper articles. The relative popularity of parties will be measured by using the regular opinion polls as published by Synovate (www.synovate.com). Keywords : ‌social media, sentiment analysis, election campaign, time series analysis, topic modeling
  138. 138. 142 Presenter 4 Ahmed Eraky (General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone, Egypt) Ahmed Eraky is a Senior IT specialist at Suez Canal Economic Zone who studied E-government and E-policy at Sungkyunkwan University, he worked a project manager at Ministry of State for Administrative Development which was E-government implementation one of its responsibilities in Egypt.
  139. 139. 143 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea E-voting Implementation in Egypt Ahmed Eraky General Authority for Suez Canal Economic Zone Aeraqe@ad.gov.eg Abstract Manual elections processes in Egypt have several negative effects; that mainly leads to political corruption due to the lack of transparency. These issues negatively influence citizen’s participation in the political life; while electronic voting systems aim to increase efficiency, transparency, and reduce the cost comparing to the manual voting. The main research objectives are, finding the successful factors that positively affects E-voting implementation in Egypt, in addition of finding out the reasons that keep Egyptian government far from applying E-voting, and to come up with the road map that Egyptian government has to take into consideration to successfully implement E-voting systems. The findings of the study suggest that there are seven independent variables affecting e-voting implementation which are; leadership, government willingness, legal framework, technical quality, awareness, citizen’s trust in government and IT literacy. Technology-Organization- Environment (TOE) theory was used to provide an analytical framework for the study. A quantitative approach (i.e., survey questionnaire) strategy was used to collect data. A random sampling method was used to select the participants for the survey, whom are targeted voters in Egypt and have access to the internet, since the questionnaire was distributed online and the data is analyzed using regression analysis. Practical implications of this study will lead for more citizen participation in the political life due to the transparency that E-voting system will create, in addition to reduce the political corruption. Keywords : ‌Egypt, e-voting implementation, transparency, corruption, trust, e-participation, e-democracy
  140. 140. DISC2016 x CeDEM Collaboration Panel II 1st Day December 8(Thu) / Blue Bell hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO 10:40 - 11:40 5 Civic Engagement in the Smartphone Era: corporate sphere vs. public sphere DalYong Jin, (Simon Fraser University, Canada) 6 Social network analysis of the influence of participation in the international environmental regime: The Twitter network of participating NGOs in Germany, Japan and Republic of Korea in COP21 Junku Lee, (University ofTsukuba, Japan) 7 Online-Based Local Government Image Typology: A Case Study on Jakarta Provincial Government Official YouTube Videos Arif Budy Pratama, (University ofTidar, Indonesia) 8 Mapping social economy networks self-organized on social media: Evidence from Facebook Page of the Seoul Innovation Park Eun Sun Lee, (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)
  141. 141. 146 Presenter 5 Dal Yong Jin (Simon Fraser University, Canada) Dal Yong Jin is Associate Professor in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University. He finished his Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Communications Research at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. His major research and teaching interests are on social media and platform technologies, mobile technologies and game studies, media (de-)convergence, globalization and media, transnational cultural studies, and the political economy of media. He is the author of several books, such as Smartland Korea: mobile communication, culture and society (University of Michigan Press, 2017), New Korean Wave: transnational cultural power in the age of social media (University of Illinois Press, 2016), Digital Platforms, Imperialism and Political Culture (Routledge, 2015), De- convergence of Global Media Industries (Routledge, 2013), and Korea’s Online Gaming Empire (MIT Press, 2010).
  142. 142. 147 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Civic Engagement in the Smartphone Era: corporate sphere vs. public sphere Dal Yong Jin Simon Fraser University djin@sfu.ca Abstract This paper analyzes the interplay between the government, civil groups, telecommunications corporations, and users in order to determine power negotiation among these major players, in particular between a corporate sphere and a public sphere in the process of the establishment of the Terminal Distribution Structure Improvement Act. It investigates whether Korean smartphone users have staged a collective, nationwide civic engagement against the Terminal Act or not. It discusses whether citizens equipped with the smartphone and relevant digital platforms (e.g., Twitter and KaKao Talk) are able to take part in civic movements, and its implications in conjunction with the corporate sphere. Civic movement organizations had been striving to protect the customers from powerful capital and the government; however, civic engagement has not been substantial. Our findings for mobile communication for gathering and discussing the Terminal Act proved that civic movements did not entail active participation in public engagement. Increasing corporate sphere has played a key role in curbing civic engagement. Keywords : ‌civic engagement, Terminal Act, Social Media, Corporate Sphere, Publch Sphere
  143. 143. 148 Presenter 6 Junku Lee (University of Tsukuba, Japan) Ph.D. Candidate, Master’s and Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Tsukuba Research associate of international research project on Comparative Energy Policy Discourses in Japan and Germany (CEDP) funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) (AAD26048)(Principal Investigator: Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki, University of Tsukuba)
  144. 144. 149 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Social network analysis of the influence of participation in the international environmental regime: TheTwitter network of participating NGOs in Germany, Japan and Republic of Korea in COP21 Junku Lee University of Tsukuba s1630052@u.tsukuba.ac.jp Abstract Environmental issues are among the most important issues of the 21st century beyond individual countries. Based on the awareness of these issues and with the creation of the UNFCCC in 1992 (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), international society has been trying to find solutions through international regimes. However, since the UNFCCC has been criticized for focusing only on negotiations among policymakers in governments, the number of NGO participants as observers to the consensus-building process in COP (Conference of Parties) has increased. It is important that NGOs assist in making new international regulations. The global society responds to transnational environmental issues through expanding global governance. According to new governance theory, through network-based collaboration and public involvement, civil society becomes stronger. Traditionally, social capital for governance have been mainly formed by offline networks. On the contrary, in contemporary society, online networks also accelerate it, through ICTs such as social media. Therefore, the social networks of NGOs that participate in international regimes can be the basis of growth in global governance. This paper describes the effect of the participation of NGOs in the international environmental regime on the network of NGOs through inter-organizational network analysis. By analyzing the official Twitter accounts of NGOs that attended COP21 sessions, this research measured the size of the networks, analyzed the influence of individual NGOs and their network, and examined comparative analysis among Germany, Japan and Republic of Korea.. Results show that the size and influence of the NGO networks tended to increase after COP21 in all of three countries, but there are discernible differences. Participation in the international regime affects smaller NGOs and civil societies more significantly. These results suggest that participation in international regimes can lead to increased involvement of NGOs and their networks. Keywords : ‌NGO, social network, international environmental regime, Twitter, COP21
  145. 145. 150 Presenter 7 Arif Budy Pratama (University of Tidar, Indonesia) I – Arif Budy Pratama - am a new Lecturer at the Department of Public Administration, University of Tidar, Magelang, Indonesia. My research interest focuses on innovation in the public sector especially the use of ICT in public policy and management. Some of my pieces were published in the Jakarta Post op-ed articles and local academic journal. Prior to shifting my career as academics, I have been working as civil servant at the Coordinating Ministry for Political, legal, and Security Affairs for 8 years. I obtained my master degree from the University of Indonesia and the University of Exeter, UK.
  146. 146. 151 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Online-Based Local Government ImageTypology: A Case Study on Jakarta Provincial Government OfficialYouTubeVideos Arif Budy Pratama University of Tidar kk177c@gmail.com Abstract The Jakarta Provincial Government utilizes the YouTube channel to interact with citizens and enhance transparency in the practice of governance. How citizens engage with their government via social media is now gaining more attention from both academics and practitioners. The purpose of this study is to explore online perceptions of local government image perceived by online audiences through the YouTube platform. Based on the exploration, it proposes a typology model on local government image generated from online perceptions. The concepts of organizational reputation and image (Carpenter, 2010b) and credibility in political image (Mccroskey Teven, 1999) are adapted to analyze online public perceptions on the Jakarta Provincial Government image. Using the video summarization approach (Li et al., 2006) on 346 official YouTube videos, which were uploaded from 1 March 2016 to 31 May 2016, and content analysis of 8237 comments, this study shows that the Jakarta Provincial Government image is combined of both political and bureaucratic images which emerge concurrently. The typology model of local government is proposed to describe and explain the four image variations that occurred in the case study. Practical recommendations are suggested to manage YouTube channel as one of social media communication used in local government context. Keywords : ‌Local Government Social Media, YouTube, Political Image, Bureaucratic Image
  147. 147. 152 Presenter 8 Eun Sun Lee, Ph. D. (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea) Eun Sun Lee is a Post-Doc. in Graduate School of Governance at the Sungkyunkwan University. Lee received her Ph.D. in public administration from Korea University. Her research interests include civil society, democracy, governance, and social economy. Her research has been published in Voluntas and Korea Journal. She has performed grant research funded by government agencies including Korea Social Enterprise Promotion Agency and The Seoul Institute. She is the recipient of the IASIA-IBM Prize for the Best Papers from Young Researchers/Practitioners from the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration. (eslee316@skku.edu. sgies@korea.ac.kr)
  148. 148. 153 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea Mapping social economy networks self-organized on social media: Evidence from Facebook Page of the Seoul Innovation Park Eun Sun Lee Sungkyunkwan University eslee316@skku.edu Abstract While the term social economy has been widely attracting public attention since social enterprises emerged around the world, it has rooted in diverse social and cultural backgrounds. It has been well-known that European social economy has been developed by the third sector. In the United States, on the other hand, social economy has been considerably promoted by philanthropic culture, donation, and a venture friendly market. Despite that, inevitable development on social economy in Asian countries has not been systemically investigated yet. To fill this niche, this research aims to investigate the ecology of social economy by analyzing critical stakeholders and keywords embedded in self-organizing networks on social media. Since Korean government enacted Social Enterprise Promotion Act for fostering and supporting social enterprises, a discourse on social economy has been proliferated quantitatively and qualitatively. For instance, rapidly growing numbers of social enterprises have expanded across national and regional boundaries to contribute to reducing poverty and/or environmental problems by spreading key strategies out. One explanation about this phenomenon is that government-driven policies have dominantly led social enterprise to the ecology of social economy. To cope with wicked problems such as unemployment, growing demands for welfare, and the widening gap between the rich and the poor, however, it cannot be underestimated that social activists and nonprofits also have facilitated development of social enterprise through building online and offline networks. Using social network and contents analysis with social media data collected from Facebook fan page of the Seoul Innovation Park in which over 500 social enterprises are settled down, this research answers two research questions: (1) Who leads and develops a discourse on social economy in Seoul, South Korea? and (2) What are the patterns and structures among stakeholders in self-organizing social economy networks? This case is critical and attractive to researchers and practitioners not only because the discourse on social economy has not been intentionally examined, but also because self-organizing networks on social media as social capital among stakeholders present a clue to the wicked problem of government-driven policies. By Analyzing the evolution of self-organizing social economy networks within the Seoul Innovation Park, this research provides policy implications for other Asian countries with underdeveloped social economy and theoretical contribute to the field of public policy analysis and management. Keywords : ‌social economy, social media, Facebook Group
  149. 149. Emerging Scholars Track 1st Day December 8(Thu) / Raon hall, Inter-burgo Hotel EXCO 10:40 - 11:40 1 The Analysis of Korean Newspapers‘ Reports on Nuri Curriculum Ye Seul Kim, (Yeungnam University, Korea) SeongWoo Gu, (Yeungnam University, Korea) 2 A Learning Network Structure of Online Learning Community in Facebook Group‘Magic of Flipped-Learning’ Gyeongmin Lee, (Yeungnam University, Korea) Chanhui Kim, (Yeungnam University, Korea) 3 Disaster Communication Network Analysis Using Twitter Data : the Case of Gyeongju Earthquake Hyo Chan Park, (Yeungnam University, Korea) 4 Effect of Sustainability on Business Management in MICE industry : Focusing on the Mediating Effect of Competitiveness Sangyeol Lee, (Goyang CVB, Korea) Inoh Jeon, (Hoseo University, Korea)
  150. 150. 156 Presenter 1 Kim Ye Seul (Yeungnam University. Korea) Gu Seong Woo (Yeungnam University. Korea) • the master’s doctoral integration course in Education, Yeungnam University • B.A., Dept. of education Public Administration, Yeungnam University, February 2015. • the doctoral course in Education, Yeungnam University • B.A., Dept. of education, Yeungnam University, February 2012.
  151. 151. 157 December 8(Thu.) - 10(Sat.), 2016, Daegu, Korea The Analysis of Korean Newspapers’Reports on Nuri Curriculum Kim Ye Seul Gu Seong Woo Yeungnam University seul0912@ynu.ac.kr Yeungnam University gusungwo@naver.com Abstract The purpose of this study is to analyze six Korean newspapers’ reports on Nuri Curriculum between October 1 2014 and November 31 2015. The newspapers are JoongAng Ilbo, Dong-A Ilbo, Kyunghyang Newspaper, Hankyoreh Newspaper, YeungNam Ilbo, KangWon Ilbo. We selected and analyzed newspaper editorials under the title of Nuri Curriculum. The results of analysis were as follows: First, it was report on financial support that most frequently reported among reports related to Nuri Curriculum. It means that, as enforcing the Nuri Curriculum, there are severe conflicts between Government and Metropolitan and Provincial Offices of Education. Second, there are a lot of reports on conflicts among the subjects such as Education Office and government, the ruling party and the opposition party etc. involved in financial support. It means that, as previously stated, conflicts between the subjects of Nuri Curriculum financial support are serious. Keywords : ‌Nuri Curriculum, newspaper editorial, semantic analysis
  152. 152. 158 Presenter 2 Gyeongmin Lee (Yeungnam University. Korea) Chanhui Kim (Yeungnam University. Korea) The master’s course in Education in Yeungnam University The master’s course in Education in Yeungnam University

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