School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - SU, Chao
 

SU, Chao

SU, Chao, Ph.D. Student

University Attended:

B.A. in Communication, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China

M.A. in Educational Communication and Technology, New York University, NY, USA

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Research Interests:

Social Media, ICT, Museum Spaces and Technologies

 

Publications:

Referred Journal Articles:

Su, C. C., Chan, N. K. (2017). Predicting social capital on Facebook: The implications of use intensity, perceived content desirability, and Facebook-enabled communication practices. Computers in Human Behavior, 72, 259–268.

Su, C. C., Lee, F.L.F, & Lin, G. C. (2016). Does site architecture matter? The political implications of public- vs. private-oriented social network sites in China. Asian Journal of Communication, 27 (2), 134-153.

Su, C. C. & Huang, Q. (2016). How Apple geniuses perform? Interactive performativity and professional performativity among service employees in new technology industry. Chinese Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 9, 246-262.

Guo, L., Su, C. C., & Li, H. (2016). The attitudes of Chinese students toward anti-corruption movement and reporting in Mainland. Twenty –First Century, 158, 67-85.

Guo, L., Su, C. C., & Li, H. (2016). How mainland students understand anti-corruption movement? Mingbao-Perspective.

Qiu, J. L., Su, C. C., & Lee, G. (2015) Virtual Special Issue: Digital Media Studies in Asia. Information, Communication & Society. (editorship).

 

Conference:

Su, C. C. How great can Greater China be? A comparative study of the consumption of mobile apps in the Greater China area. The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual conference, August, 2017. Chicago, Illinois. Top Student Research Paper Award.

Ren, Y. C. & Su, C. C. The Americanization of the Chinese experience of depression? An investigation of the media coverage of depression in Mainland China. The National Communication Association (NCA) annual conference, November, 2016. Philadelphia, PA.

Lei, G, Su, C. C., & Li, H. Issue involvement, news Attention, knowledge, and third-person effect of Mainland China’s anti-corruption movement news. KACA & CCA Joint Research Paper Session, the International Communication Association (ICA) annual conference. Best Paper Selection. June, 2016. Fukuoka, Japan.

Su, C. C. & Huang, Q. How Apple geniuses perform? Interactive performativity and professional performativity among service employees in new technology industry. China New Media Communication Association Annual Conference. May, 2016. Zhejiang, China.

Su, C. C. & Ren, Y. C. A cross-cultural analysis in predicting App preferences: Implications of cultural values and Maslow’s human needs. Global Communication and Social Change Division, the International Communication Association (ICA) annual conference, June, 2016. Fukuoka, Japan.

Su, C. C. & Chan, N. K. Predicting online social capital: The implications of Facebook intensity, perceived attractiveness of contents, and relationship maintenance strategies. Interpersonal Communication Division, the International Communication Association (ICA) annual conference, June, 2016. Fukuoka, Japan.

Su, C. C. & Lee, F. L. F. Does site architecture matter? Political implications of public- vs. private-oriented social network sites in China. Communication and Technology Division, the International Communication Association (ICA) annual conference, June, 2016. Fukuoka, Japan.

Chan, N. K., Su, C. C. (April, 2015). Internet memes in social movement: How the mobilization effects are facilitated and constrained in Hong Kong Umbrella Movement. Paper presented at WUN conference: Understanding Global Digital Cultures, April, 2015. Hong Kong.