School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - AI, Minwei
 

AI, Minwei

AI, Minwei, Ph.D. Student 

 

University Attended: 

B.A. in Journalism, Xiamen University, Fujian, China

M.A. in Communication, Xiamen University, Fujian, China

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Research Interests:

Digital journalism, Political communication


Publications:

Ai, M., Gibrilu, A.W. & Zhang, N. (2022). Editors, users and post-publication gatekeeping: A study of news ranking on Chinese digital native media. Journalism Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2022.2055623

Chen, H.-T., Ai, M., & Guo, J. (2022). The effect of cross-cutting exposure on attitude change: Examining the role of response behaviors, openness to diversity and social network homogeneity. Asian Journal of Communication, 32(2), 93- 110. https://doi.org/10.1080/01292986.2021.2022173

Ai, M., & Masood, M. (2021).De-Westernization in journalism research: A content and network analysis of the BRICS journals. Scinetometrics, 126 (12), 9477-9498. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-021-04194-5

Ai, M., & Zhang, N. (2021). Strong-tie discussion, political trust and political participation: A comparative study of mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. International Communication Gazette, 83(5), 497-516. https://doi.org/10.1177/17480485211029061

AI, M., ZHANG, N. et al. (2015). One tragedy, many stories: How micro-blogs constructed on five children’s death in the dustbin of Bijie, Guizhou. China Review of Journalism & Communication Studies, 1, 144-156.

ZHANG, N., AI, M. et al. (2014). The concept and operationalization of mobile phone dependency: A survey of current college students. Modern Advertising, 17, 78-86.

 

Participation in Conferences:

AI, M. (2018). The constructed image of Ko Wen-je in Taiwan newspapers. Paper presented at the annual conference of Chinese Association for History of Journalism and Mass Communication. Hangzhou, China.

ZHANG, N., & AI, M. (2017). Frame, emotion, and online opinion: The formation of public opinions in Weibo. Paper presented at 67th Annual Conference of International Communication Association, San Diego, United States.

ZHANG, N., & AI, M. (2017). Second-level agenda setting in China: A comparison of media frames and online public frames in a disaster context. Paper presented at 67th Annual Conference of International Communication Association, San Diego, United States.

AI, M., ZHANG, N. et al. (2013). One tragedy, many stories: How micro-blogs constructed on five children’s death in the dustbin of Bijie, Guizhou. Paper presented at 2013 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society, Taipei.