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The Chinese University of Hong Kong Communication Visiting Scholar Program 2017

The Impact of Digital Technologies on Journalism

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Introduction

The School of Journalism and Communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong has been organizing the annual Communication Visiting Program since 2008. The Program aims to promote academic exchange and links among Chinese-speaking scholars in cultural China and improve the quality of research of the Chinese research community. The Centre for Chinese Media and Comparative Communication Research (The C-Centre) of the School of Journalism and Communication will play host to this program in 2017.

 

Program Theme 2017

The theme for the 2017 workshop is “The Impact of Digital Technologies on Journalism.” The visiting scholars participating are expected to stay in Hong Kong for up to 13 days from 9 January 2017 to carry out intensive academic exchange and research.

 

Workshop Details

Date: 13-14 January 2017
Venue: Room312, Humanities Building, New Asia College, CUHK
Content: The visiting scholars will present papers on the theme of “The Impact of Digital Technologies on Journalism”. CUHK faculty members and research students are encouraged to participate in the stimulating discussion after the presentations.
Language of presentation and discussion: Mandarin


Programme

 

Workshop Participant List 

Name   Position and Institution
FANG Shishi Assistant Professor, The Institute of Journalism, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
HUANG Wei-Wei Professor, College of Communication, Chengchi University
LI Yanhong Professor, The School of Communication and Design, Sun Yat-Sen University
LEE Y. L. Alice Professor, School of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University
LIN Tsui-Chuan Associate Professor, College of Communication, Chengchi University
LIU Huei-Ling Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Arts Administration and Management, Taipei National University of the Arts
CHYI Iris Associate Professor, School of Journalism, Moody College of Communication, University of Texas at Austin
SO Y. K. Clement Professor, School of Journalism and Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong
WANG Haiyan Associate Professor, The School of Communication and Design, Sun Yat-Sen University
XUE Ke Professor, School of Media and Design, Shanghai Jiaotong University
CHAN Yi-Chin Assistant Professor, Department of Motion Pictures and Video Communication, Chung Chou University of Science and Technology

The Annual Workshop Committee

Prof. Joseph Chan (Standing Co-Convener)
Prof. Ven-hwei Lo (Theme Co-Convener)
Prof. Clement So
Prof. Christine Huang
Prof. Francis Lee
Prof. Jack Qiu
Prof. Donna Chu 

 

Enquiry

Dr. Daisy Cheng
Phone: 3943 8709
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