GUO, Jing, Ph.D. Student
Master of Soft Engineering in Computer Aided Translation, Peking University, Beijing, China
M.A. in Journalism, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
B.A. in Urdu language and Literature, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China
Phone: (852) 3943-7713
Fax: (852) 2603-5007
Political Communication, New Media, Quantitative Research Methods
Referred Journal Publication:
Guo, J. (2022). Is computer-mediated communication more powerful than face-to-face discussion in mobilizing political participation? A study examines participation in electoral campaigns and political advocacy. Journal of Information Technology & Politics. https://doi.org/10.1080/19331681.2022.2084483
Wei, R., Guo, J., Wang, S., & Yi-Hui, Huang. (2022). The role of digital information accessibility in shaping the relationships of exposure to COVID-19 misinformation and cognitive and attitudinal effects in Asia. Communication and Society, forthcoming.
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), 93-101. https://doi.org/10.1080/01292986.2021.2022173
Guo, J. & Chen H.T. (2022). How does political engagement on social media impact psychological well-being? Examining the mediating role of social capital and perceived social support. Computers in Human Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2022.107248.
Guo, J. (2021). Crossing the “Great Fire Wall”: A study with grounded theory examining how China uses Twitter as a new battlefield for public diplomacy. Journal of Public Diplomacy, 1(2), 49-74. https://doi.org/10.23045/jpd.2021.1.2.049
Conference Paper Presentation:
Guo, J. (2022, August). Examining social media exposure’s effects on public support towards three-child policy in China: role of cognitive elaboration, perceived negative effects, and institutional trust. Paper presented at 2022 Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (In Detroit, USA). Top Student Paper Award.
Guo, J. (2022, July). Does social media use facilitate or attenuate opinion polarization? Empirical study on Chinese netizens regarding opinion on the country’s three-child policy. Paper presented at 12th International Conference on Social Media & Society (On-line).
Guo, J. & Chen H. T. (2022, May). How does political engagement on social media impact psychological well-being? Examining the mediating role of social capital and perceived social support. Paper presented at 72nd Annual Conference of International Communication Association (In Paris, France and virtual).
Guo, J. & Chen H. T. (2022, May). How does multi-platform social media use lead to biased news engagement? Examining the role of counter-attitudinal incidental exposure, cognitive elaboration, and network homogeneity. Paper presented at 72nd Annual Conference of International Communication Association (In Paris, France and virtual).
Liu, Shujun & Guo, J. (2022, May). Hatred against Hatred: Analysis of Incivility on Twitter during BlackLivesMatter Movement. Paper presented at 72nd Annual Conference of International Communication Association (In Paris, France and virtual).
Jin, J., Guo, J., & Wei, R. (2022, January). How COVID-19 misinformation affects public vaccination attitudes: an empirical study based on Beijing population. Paper presented at The Fifteenth Chinese University Communication Visiting Scholar Workshop: Communicating/Miscommunicating the COVID-19 Pandemic on Digital Media (Hong Kong).
Huang, X. & Guo, J. (2021, November). Public Enlightenment or Political Performance? Examining the Sourcing Patterns of Climate Change News Reporting in China. Paper presented at Asian Media Information and Communication Centre 28th Annual Conference (Virtual).
Guo, J. (2021, October). When ‘Homeland’ is no longer ‘Home’, the identity crisis, the loss of mobility, and their social media campaign ——A study of social media testimonios by Chinese transnational workers under Covid-19 global pandemic. AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2021. https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v2021i0.11931
Guo, J. (2021). Examining how digital platform diversity contributes to social media news engagement in China. Paper accepted for presentation at 2021 Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Virtual). Fourth place student paper award.
Guo, J. (2021) How twitter becomes the battlefield for China’s public diplomacy? Paper accepted for presentation at 2021 Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Virtual).
Guo, J. (2021). Consuming under Low-ended Enchantment–A Study on Past-tense Mainland Travelers’ Hong Kong Shopping Tour. Paper presented at 71st Annual Conference of International Communication Association (Virtual).
Guo, J. (2021). A Study on ‘Battle against Covid-19’ Media Discourse in Chinese News Magazines. Paper presented at 46th AEJMC Southeast Colloquium (Virtual).