Seungyoon Lee (Ph.D., University of Southern California) is an associate professor in the Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue University. Her research focuses on the evolution of communication, knowledge, and collaboration networks and its implications for individual well-being and community resilience. Her recent projects examined the evolution of creative interaction and social ties in project teams; social support and social networks among people and organizations in disaster recovery and resilience; and the determinants and outcomes of network multiplexity.
“Network structure of information environments and perceptions of uncertainty in hurricane evacuation decision making”
Based on survey data collected from households affected by Hurricane Matthew, this study examines how the structural dimensions of individuals’ information environment before, during, and after their evacuation decision-making predict two key aspects of information perception – perceived amount and (in)consistency – and perceptions of uncertainty.