School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - LI, Xueqing
 

LI, Xueqing

LI, Xueqing, Ph.D. Student

University Attended:

B.A in Tianjin Foreign Studies University, Tianjin, China

M.A. in Communication University of China, Beijing, China

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Research Interests:

Chinese Communication, Political Communication, Relational Communication

Refereed Journal Article:

Chen Hsuan-Ting & Li Xueqing (accepted). The contribution of mobile social media to social capital and psychological well-being: Examining the role of communicative use, friending and self-disclosure. Computers in Human Behavior.

Li, Xueqing & Chan, M. (2016). Comparing social media use, discussion, political trust, and political engagement among university students in China and Hong Kong: An application of the O-S-R-O-R model. Asia Journal of Communication, 27(1), 65-81.

Li, Xueqing., Lee, F.L.F. & Li, Y. (2016). The dual impact of social media under networked authoritarianism: Social media use, civic attitudes, and system support in China. International Journal of Communication, 10, 5143-5163.

Hovland, C. I., Janis, I. L., & Kelley, H. H. (2015). Communication and persuasion: Psychological studies of opinion change (Zhang, J.Z., Li, Xueqing & Zeng, Y. Trans.). Beijing, BJ: RenMing University Publication. (Original work published 1953)

Pavlik, J. V. (2013). Innovation and the future of journalism (Zhang, J.Z. & Li, Xueqing. Trans.). Journalist, 11, 3-10.

Haak, B. V., Parks, M. & Castells. M. (2013). The future of journalism: Networked journalism (Zhang, J.Z. & Li, Xueqing Trans.). Chinese Journal of Journalism & Communication, 35 (1), 53-66.

Joseph S. Nye (2012). The twenty-first century will not be a “Post-American” world (Zhang, J.Z. & Li, Xueqing Trans.). Digest of Foreign Social Science, 11, 32-40.

 

Conferences:

Chen Hsuan-Ting & Li Xueqing (2017). The contribution of mobile social media to social capital and psychological well-being: Examining the role of communicative use, friending and self-disclosure. Paper presented at the 67th Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, San diego, USA.

Li, Xueqing & Chan, M. (2016). Comparing social media use, discussion, political trust, and political engagement among university students in China and Hong Kong: An application of the O-S-R-O-R model. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference 2016, Minneapolis, USA.

Li, Xueqing (2016). Mediated communication for connected presence in intimate relationship. Paper presented at Chinese Communication Society (CCS), 2016, Taiwan.

Zhang, M. & Li, Xueqing (2015). How social media use and gratifications affect political discussion and participation in China. Paper presented at The 7th Annual Postgraduate Symposium of the Chinese Journalism and Communication Academic Alliance (CJCA), 2015, Shanghai, China.

Li, Xueqing & Zhang, M. (2015). The study of social networks and trust in religion organizations: A case study of college students’ fellowship in a Christianity church. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), 2015, Montreal, Canada.

Huang P.Y. and Li Xueqing (2015). Exploring the roles of narcissism, social anxiety, use and gratifications of social media on psychological well-being and social support for young single women. Chinese Internet Research Conference Edmonton, Canada.