School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - HUANG, Guangsheng
 

HUANG, Guangsheng

HUANG, Guangsheng, Ph.D. Student

University Attended:

B.A. in Journalism, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

M.A. in Communication, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

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Teaching Experience:
Part-time Lecturer, Chinese University of Hong Kong
COMM2140/UGEC2634 Media and Social Development in Mainland China

 

Research Interests:
Political Communication, Performance and Rhetoric
Cultural Sociology of Social Movement
Ethnography of Speaking
Journalism and New Technology

 

Refereed Journal Articles:

Huang, V. G. (in press). ‘Transborder conversation’ and oppositional codes: Mediatised diffusion of social movement discourse between Hong Kong and China. Discourse & Society.

Huang, V. G. (2016). Speaking out: Testimonial narratives of Chinese cyberpetitioners under networked authoritarianism. Discourse, Context & Media, 14, 18-27.

黃廣生(2014)。<跨國資訊政治:當地方性抗爭遭遇國際媒體>。《傳播與社會學刊》,第30期,頁157–190。

曾繁旭、黃廣生(2013)。<地方媒介體系:一種都市抗爭的政治資源>。《傳播與社會學刊》,第24期,頁119-154。

曾繁旭、黃廣生、劉黎明(2013)。<運動企業家的虛擬組織:互聯網與當代中國社會抗爭的新模式>。《開放時代》,第249期,頁168-187。
o An extended English version will be published as: The virtual organizations of social movement entrepreneurs: The Internet and new forms of protest in contemporary Chinese society. In J. Qiu (Ed.), Media and Society in Networked China. Netherlands: Brill Academic Pub.

曾繁旭、黃廣生(2012)。<網絡意見領袖社區的構成、聯動及其政策影響:以微博為例>。《開放時代》,第238期,頁114-131。
o 亦收錄于: 唐緒軍(編)(2015)。《治學例話:全國新聞傳播學優秀論文品鑑(第一輯)》(頁105-135)。北京:中國社會科學出版社。

 

Participation in Conferences:

Huang, V. G. (June, 2016). ‘Transborder conversation’ and diffusion of social movement discourse between Hong Kong and China: Oppositional codes and the mediatisation of a transborder speech community. Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA) 2016 Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan.

Huang, V. G. (November, 2015). Multiple civil societies, discursive opportunity structure, and the diffusion of anti-GMOs discourses in China. Paper presented at National Communication Association (NCA) 2015 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, USA.

Huang, V. G. (November, 2015). ‘Activated’ bodies: Encountering Social Movements in Hong Kong. Paper presented at National Communication Association (NCA) 2015 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, USA.

Huang, V. G. (July, 2015). Speaking out: Networked authoritarianism and the virtual testimonies of Chinese cyberpetitioners. Paper presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2015 Annual Conference, San Francisco, USA.

Cui, D., & Huang, V. G. (May, 2015). How perception of economy condition influences political participation in China: Testing direct and indirect Effects. Paper presented at 13th Annual International Conference on Communication and Mass Media, Athens, Greece.

Cui, D., & Huang, V. G. (August, 2014). The displacement effect between competing social network services: Examining uses-and-gratifications of WeChat and Weibo in China. Paper presented at Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2014 Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada.

 

Honours & Awards:

2016


 

Top Student Paper Award 
Language and Social Interaction Division 
International Communication Association

 

2015

 

 

Second Place Student Paper Award 
Critical and Cultural Studies Division 
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

 

2015


Lion Dr Francis K Pan Scholarship 
Chinese University of Hong Kong