Taeho Lee is a communication researcher, strategic communicator, and lawyer. His research interests include strategic communication, corporate social responsibility, organizational transparency, institutional theory, and public records laws.
Education and Professional License
- PhD, Mass Communication, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
- JD, Emory University (Managing Editor, Emory International Law Review (Issues 22:2 & 23:1))
- BA, Communication, Seoul National University
- License to Practice Law (Tennessee Supreme Court)
Areas of Expertise
- Strategic communication
- Corporate social responsibility
- Organizational transparency
- Public records laws
Lee’s research areas include business ethics, corporate social responsibility, organizational transparency, strategic and organizational communication, communication law and policy, and mass communication theory and research methodology. He has published articles in a number of peer-reviewed journals, including Business & Society, International Journal of Strategic Communication, Public Relations Inquiry, Public Relations Review, and Communication Law and Policy.
Recent Citations, Publications, and Professional Work
Lee, T. & Boynton, L. (2017). Conceptualizing transparency: Propositions for the integration of situational contexts and stakeholders’ perspectives. Public Relations Inquiry, 6(3). 233-251.
Lee, T. & Riffe, D. (2017). Business news coverage of corporate social responsibility in the United States and United Kingdom: Insights from the implicit and explicit framework. Business & Society. 10.1177/0007650317696314.
Lee, T. (2017). The status of corporate social responsibility research in public relations: A content analysis of published articles in eleven scholarly journals from 1980 to 2015. Public Relations Review, 43(1). 211-218.
Lee, T. (2016). Public records fees hidden in the law: A study of conflicting judicial approaches to the determination of the scope of imposable public records fees. Communication Law & Policy, 21(2). 251-79.
Strategic planning and cases