Submissions from 2020


Smartphones, Wechat and Paid Content: Journalists and Sources in a Chinese Newspaper, Dan Wang and Colin Sparks


Popular nationalism: Global Times and the US–China trade war, Wenna Zeng and Colin Sparks

Submissions from 2019


Journalism in a climate of hate, Cherian George

A Network Analytic Approach to Selective Consumption of Newspapers: The Impact of Politics, Market, and Technological Platform, Francis L. F. Lee and Yin Zhang


Marketing Credibility: Chinese newspapers’ responses to revenue losses from falling circulation and advertising decline, Haiyan Wang and Colin Sparks


Chinese Newspaper Groups in the Digital Era: The Resurgence of the Party Press, Haiyan Wong and Colin Sparks


Production and politics in Chinese television, Wenna Zeng and Colin Sparks


Comparing income poverty gap and deprivation on social acceptance: A mediation model with interpersonal communication and social support, Yin Zhang, Hung Wong, Ji-Kang Chen, and Vera M. Y. Tang

Submissions from 2018


Melodramatic animation in crime news and news information learning, Ka Lun Benjamin Cheng and Wai Han Lo


Marketing images of marriage rituals: A cross-cultural analysis of wedding magazine advertising, Wai Han Lo


Smartphones, Wechat and Paid Content: Journalists and Sources in a Chinese Newspaper, Colin Sparks


Examining the connectedness of connective action: The participant-initiated Facebook pages in Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement, Yin Zhang and Francis L. F. Lee

Submissions from 2017


Hate spin: The twin political strategies of religious incitement and offense-taking, Cherian George


Popular journalism in China: A study of China Youth Daily, Haiyan Wang, Colin Sparks, and Yu Huang


Localization as negotiation: Producing a Korean format in contemporary China, Wenna Zeng and Colin Sparks

Submissions from 2016

Chinese journalists' discursive Weibo practices in an extended journalistic sphere, Jiawei Sophia Fu and Alice Y. L. Lee


Regulating "Hate Spin": The limits of law in managing religious incitement and offense, Cherian George

A new world of spectacle in the post-cold war era: China's central television and its significant other, 1992–2006, Yunya Song and Tsan-Kuo Chang


The impact of digital media on newspapers: Comparing responses in China and the United States, Colin Stuart Sparks, Haiyan Wang, Yu Huang, Yanhua Zhao, Nan Lü, and Dan Wang

Submissions from 2015

Advancing a typology of media content: Analysis of a literary journalism story, Zhongshi Guo

The strategic ritual of irony: Post-Tiananmen China as seen through the ‘Personalized Journalism’ of elite US correspondents, Yunya Song and Chin-Chuan Lee

Power asymmetries in North-South dialogues, Colin Sparks

The moderating effect of imagery ability on perceived vividness: The case of HPV vaccine advertising in China, Fan Yang and Steve Guo

Submissions from 2014

Media education initiatives by media organizations: The uses of media literacy in Hong Kong media, Donna Chu and Alice Yuet Lin Lee

What is needed vs. what is taught: Students’ perception of online journalism course in Hong Kong, Ying Du

Media literacy and information literacy: Similarities and differences = Alfabetización mediática y alfabetización informacional: similitudes y diferencias = 媒体文化和信息文化:相似和差别, Alice Y.L. Lee and Clement Y.K. So

Embedded journalism: Constructing romanticized images of China by US journalists in the 1970s, Yunya Song and Chin-Chuan Lee

Deconstructing the BRICS, Colin Stuart Sparks

Media exposure, social comparison and self-discrepancy: A model of prediction of fashion clothing involvement, M. Sun and Zhongshi Guo

Media exposure and fashion involvement in China: A model of analysis, Mona Yanshu Sun and Zhongshi Guo

新媒體時代的網路新聞研究前沿 = The current trends of online journalism research in the new media era, Bu Zhong, Yu Huang, and Yining Zhou

Submissions from 2013

Journalism in the trend towards new media: A sixteen year longitudinal study, Ying Du

Framing the 2011 Egyptian Revolution within ideological boundaries: One incident, three stories, Ying Du and K. L. Cheng

Intermedia agenda-setting in the age of globalization: A multinational agenda-setting test, Ying Roselyn Du

Greater newspaper use increases agreement on public issues, Ying Du and Joann Wong

Tracing the route of China’s Internet censorship: An empirical study, Guangchao Charles Feng and Steve Zhongshi Guo

都市受眾的傳媒使用與傳媒功能認知: 以廣州為個案 = Media use and perceived media functions of metropolitan audiences: The case of Guangzhou, Xiaoqin Li and Zhongshi Guo

The last refuge of media persuasion: News use, national pride and political trust in China, Fei Shen and Zhongshi Steve Guo

The news and local production of the global: Regional press revisited in post-WTO China, Yunya Song and Tsan-Kuo Chang

Global media studies: Its development and dilemmas, Colin Sparks

What is the “digital divide” and why is it important?, Colin Stuart Sparks

Media use, social comparison, cognitive dissonance and peer pressure as antecedents of fashion involvement, Yan-Shu Sun and Zhongshi Guo

Submissions from 2012

Public service broadcasting, public interest and individual rights in China, Yik Chan Chin

Support for censorship: A multi-level meta-analysis of the third-person effect, Guangchao Charles Feng and Steve Zhongshi Guo

Understanding support for Internet censorship in China: An elaboration of the theory of reasoned action, Steve Guo and Guangchao Feng

Online news media in the Web 2.0 era: from boundary dissolution to journalistic transformation, Alice Y.L. Lee

Beyond political communication: Towards a broader perspective on the Chinese press, Colin Sparks

Media and cultural imperialism reconsidered, Colin Sparks

Submissions from 2011

A content analysis of 2010-2011 faculty hiring announcements with a new media emphasis, Ying Du

The gaps between online journalism education and practice: The twin surveys, Ying Du and Ryan Thornburg

Framing distance: Local vs. non-local news in Hong Kong press, Steve Guo

Perceptions of media functions and processing of news: Analysis of audience in a Chinese metropolis, Zhongshi Steve Guo and Lisa Li

Moderating effects of collectivism on customized communication: A test with tailored and targeted messages, Cong Li, Sriram Kalyanaraman, and Ying Roselyn Du

News media use, credibility, and efficacy: An analysis of media participation intention in China, Fei Shen, Ye Lu, Steve Guo, and Baohua Zhou

Media and transition in Latin America, Colin Stuart Sparks

Linking global press freedom to development and culture: Implications from a comparative analysis, Hai Tran, Reaz Mahmood, Ying Du, and Andrei Khrapavitski

Linking measures of global press freedom to development and culure: Implications from comparative analysis, Hai Tran, Reaz Mahmood, Ying Du, and Andrei Khrapavitski

Message, perception, and the Beijing olympics: Impact of differential media exposure on perceived opinion diversity, Ning Wang, Zhongshi Guo, and Fei Shen

Submissions from 2010

距離的新聞涵意:香港報紙不同地域報導之比較 = The meaning of distance in news: Hong Kong media’s differential treatment of local vs. non-local events, Zhongshi Guo, Yiu Ming To, Yu Huang, and F. Y. Chan

新聞內容之建構與表現測量—香港案例研究 = Measuring News Content and Press Performance: The Case of Hong Kong, Yu Huang, Zhongshi Guo, Yiu Ming To, and F. Y. Chan

Family media education for the net generation, Alice Yuet Lin Lee

Media education: Definitions, approaches and development around the globe = 傳媒教育:定義、教學取向及環球發展, Alice Yuet Lin Lee

Submissions from 2009

Online network size, efficacy, and opinion expression: Assessing the impacts of Internet use in China, Fei Shen, Ning Wang, Zhongshi Guo, and Liang Guo

Submissions from 2008

報告文學的「事實演繹」: 從不同歷史時期的文本管窺中國知識分子與國家關係之變遷 = "Fact extrapolation" in reportage: Examining the changing intellectual-state relations in China across three historical periods, Zhongshi Guo and Y. Lu