School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - LIAO, Sara X.
 

LIAO, Sara X.

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LIAO, Sara Xueting
Assistant Professor


 
B.A.
Renmin University of China

M.Phil.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ph.D.
University of Texas at Austin

 

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 icon research Research Interests:

  • Digital Labor
  • Feminist Media Studies
  • Globalization
  • Precarity
  • East Asian Popular Culture
  • Creative industry

 icon research Current Research:

  • Creative women in the Culture of Fashion Imitation;
  • E-commerce and Digital Labor;
  • Chinese Online Nationalism and Popular Culture 

 icon researchTeaching Interests:

  • Media Theories
  • Critical Cultural Theories
  • Globalization and Consumer Culture
  • Qualitative Research Methods

 icon aboutAdvice to students:

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.

icon researchPublication List:

Refereed Journal Articles

Liao, S. (2017). Fashioning China: Precarious creativity of women designers in Shanzhai culture. Communication, Culture, and Critique, 10 (3), 422-440. pdf

Liao, S. (2016). Precarious beauty: Migrant Chinese women, beauty work, and precarity. Chinese Journal of Communication, 9(2), 139-152. pdf

Liao, S. (2016). Japanese console games popularization in China: Governance, copycats, and gamers. Games and Culture, 11(3), 175-197. pdf

Liao, S., & Lee, F. L. F. (2014). Do journalists believe in gender specificities of news topics? The impact of professionalism and family status. Asian Journal of Communication, 24(5), 456-473. signin

Book Chapters

Liao, S. (2017). Hong Kong net-bar youth gaming: A labeling perspective. In A. Lee and A. Pulos (Eds.), Transnational Contexts of Development History, Sociality, and Society of Play: Video Games in East Asia (pp. 183-209). Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan. pdf

Fung, A., & Liao, S. (2015). China. In M. J. P. Wolf (Ed.), Video Games Around the World (pp. 119-136). Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. pdf