WANG, Xiao, Ph.D. Candidate
B.A. in Journalism Studies, University of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (the former China Youth University of Political Studies), Beijing, China
M.A. in Cognition and Communication, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Phone: (852) 3943-7713
Fax: (852) 2603-5007
Refereed Journal Article:
Wang, X., & Huang, C. Y. H. (2020, online first). Uncovering the role of strategic orientation in translating communication strategies to organizational performance: An analysis of practitioners from two Chinese societies. International Journal of Business Communication. DOI: 10.1177/2329488420924839 [SSCI]
Hu, Y., & Wang, X. (2020). The photojournalism as a journalistic tool: Exploring changes and challenging through the lens of the World Press Photo Digital Storytelling Contest (2011-2018) (作為報道工具的新聞攝影：從荷賽數字敘事競賽(2011-2018)看新聞攝影的變革). Journalism and Mass Communication Monthly (新聞界), 2020(01): 74-81. [CSSCI]
Huang, C. Y. H., Wang, X., Fong, I. W., & Wu, Q. (2019). The impact of government trust on the public health risk management: An empirical study based on Changsheng bio-technology vaccine incident (政府信任對公共健康風險管理的影響——基於長生生物疫苗事件的創設情境研究). Journal of Public Management (公共管理學報), 16(04): 83-95. [CSSCI]
Hu, Y., & Wang, X. (2019). What is “truth”: Audiences’ perception and authentication of fake news in the digital age (什麼是“真實”：數字媒體時代受眾對假新聞的認知與辨識). Shanghai Journalism Review (新聞記者), 2019(08): 4-14. [CSSCI]
Wang, X. (2019). Competition-driven or entertainment-driven: The impact of uncertainty of outcome and star quality on the online attention of the Chinese Football Association Super League (“看球”還是“看人”：結果不確定性與明星質量對中國足球協會超級聯賽網絡關注度的影響). China Sport Science (體育科學), 39(07): 12-22. [CSSCI]
Wang, X. (2018). The impact of policy-induced fluctuations on consumer demand in the professional sports market: An empirical study based on the Chinese Football Association Super League (職業體育市場中政策變動對賽事消費需求的影響：基於中國足球協會超級聯賽的實證研究). China Sport Science (體育科學), 38(10): 38-45. [CSSCI]
Wang, X. (2016). You process content and I process context: Cross-platform divergence of retweetability between Twitter and Weibo. Journal of Media, Cognition and Communication (Tidsskrift for Medier, Erkendelse og Formidling), 4(2):5-30.
Wang, X. (2015). Reciprocal intermedia agenda-setting between microblog and mass media: 2012 CE election in Hong Kong as a focus event (微博與大眾媒體媒介間議程設置效果的交互性：以2012香港特區特首選舉為焦點事件). Journal of Chongqing Technology and Business University (重慶工商大學學報-社會科學版), 32(4):105-116. (In Chinese)
Wang, X. (2013). Creative approaches of Metroexpress in Denmark (丹麥地鐵報的創新路徑研究). Southeast Communication (東南傳播), 109:13-16. (In Chinese)
Conference Paper Presentation:
Zhang, M. Q., Wang, X., & Hu, Y. (2020). Strategic framing matters but varies: A structural topic model approach to analyzing China’s foreign propaganda machine on Twitter. Paper presented at 70th International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference, Virtual Conference (due to COVID-19), May 21-25.
Fong, I. W. Y., Huang, C. Y. H., Wang, X., & Wu, Q. D. (2020). Politicization, institutional trust and risk perception: A comparative analysis extending the Causal Chain model in the post-Fukushima food imports. Paper presented at 70th International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference, Virtual Conference (due to COVID-19), May 21-25.
Huang, C. Y. H., Choy, C. H. Y., & Wang, X. (2019). Beyond strategy and reputation: A case study of government responses and framing in mass and search-based media in the post-Fukushima food imports crises. Paper presented at International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Annual Conference, Madrid, Spain, July 7-11.
Huang, C. Y. H., Fong, I. W. Y., Wang, X., & Wu, Q. D. (2019). Examining health risk assessment in high institutional trust context: An integrative approach. Paper presented at 69th International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., May 24-28.
Huang, C. Y. H., Wu, Q. D., Wang, X., & Fong, I. W. Y. (2019). Differentiating between experiential and affective risk perception: An exploratory approach to substantiating the tripartite model. Paper presented at 69th International Communication Association (ICA) Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., May 24-28.
Huang, Y. H. C., & Wang, X. (2018). Reputation management or relationship management: Competing managerial public relations frameworks in China and Hong Kong. Paper presented at 68th International Communication Association (ICA) Preconference (the 3rd PRSC and the 11th PRAD Conference), Prague, Czech Republic, May 23-24.
Wang, X., & Zhang, T. (2017). Mapping global retweetability on the content-contextual scale. Paper presented at the 1st RC33 Reginal Conference on Social Science Methodology: Asia, Academia Sinica, Taipei, September 11-14.
Xia, Y. J., & Wang, X. (2017). An exploratory study on Chinese female college students’ sexual information-seeking via Internet. Paper to be presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, August 9-12.
Wang, X. (2017). Digitized renqing flowing in a Chinese journalists’ network. Paper presented at XXXVII Sunbelt Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA), Beijing, China, May 30-June 4.
Wang, X., & Yao, C. (2016). Fading space for guanxi capital in the digital era: an analysis of financial news journalists’ network. Paper presented at Hong Kong Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, December 13.
Wang, X. (2016). You process content and I process context: Cross-platform divergence of retweetability between Twitter and Weibo. Paper presented at Annual Conference of Taiwan Academy for Information Society (TAIS, Best Student Paper Award), National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, November 19.