Dr. Eura Jung


Dr. Eura Jung

Associate Professor





Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, Communication Arts and Sciences

M.A., University of New Mexico, Communication

B.A., Sogang University, Philosophy





CMS 305 – Interpersonal Communication

CMS 310 – Research Methods

CMS 450 – Senior Seminar in Intercultural Communication

CMS 605 – Interpersonal Communication

CMS 609 – Seminar in Self, Identity, and Communication

CMS 700 – Intercultural Communication

CMS 720 – Introduction to Graduate Research



Identity and Communication, Intercultural Communication, Quantitative Research Methods, and Interpersonal Communication


Selected Publications

Warren, J., Hecht, M. L., Jung, E., Kvasny, L., & Henderson, M. G. (in press). African American ethnic and class-based identities on the World Wide Web: Moderating the effects of information seeking/finding and internet self-efficacy. Communication Research.


Jung, E. (2011). Identity gap: Mediator between communication input and outcome variables. Communication Quarterly, 59, 315-338.


Jung. E. (2010). Contact Hypothesis. In R. L. Jackson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of identity. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.


Jung, E., & Hecht, M. L. (2008). Identity gaps and level of depression among Korean American immigrants. Health Communication, 23, 313-325.


Wadsworth, B. D., Hecht, M. L., Jung, E. (2008). The role of identity gaps, discrimination, and acculturation in international students’ educational satisfaction in American classrooms. Communication Education, 57, 64-87.


Jung, E., Hecht, M. L, & Wadsworth, B. D. (2007). The roles of identity in international students’ psychological well-being: A model of depression level, identity gaps, discrimination, and acculturation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 31, 605-624.


Jung, E., & Hecht, M. L. (2004). Elaborating the Communication Theory of Identity: Identity gaps and communication outcomes. Communication Quarterly, 52, 265-283.


Hecht, M. L., Warren, J. R., Jung, E., & Krieger, J. L. (2004). The Communication Theory of Identity: Development, theoretical perspective, and future directions. In W. B. Gudykunst (Ed.), Theorizing about intercultural communication (pp. 257-278). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.