School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - LEE, Francis L.F.
 

LEE, Francis L.F.

francis lee

LEE, Francis L.F.
Director, Professor


 
B.S.Sc., M.Phil.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Ph.D.
Stanford University

 

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 icon research Research Interests:

  • Journalism studies
  • Political communication
  • Public opinion and public discourse
  • Media and social movement
  • Changes in cultural values

 icon research Current Research:

  • Press freedom and political change
  • Media and collective memory of political events
  • Media and political scandals
  • Postmaterialism in Hong Kong

icon research Project Information

icon research Research Awards:

  • Research Excellence Award, Faculty of Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2013
  • Second place Top Faculty Paper, Communication Technologies Division, Association of Education for Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention, 2014
  • Gene Burd Award (Top Faculty Paper Award), Communication Technologies Division, Association of Education for Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention, 2013
  • Top six paper, Language and Social Interaction Division, International Communication Association annual convention, 2012.
  • Top ten paper, Language and Social Interaction Division, International Communication Association annual convention, 2005.

  icon aboutAdvice to students:
 

Have a plan, but be flexible about it.

 

icon researchPublication List:

Books

Lee, Francis L. F. (2014). Talk radio, the mainstream press, and public opinion in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Lee, Francis L. F., Chin-chuan Lee, Mike Z. Yao, Tsan-kuo Chang, Jennifer Fen Lin, and Fei Shen (2013). Communication, Public Opinion, and Globalization in Urban China. London: Routledge.

Lee, Francis L. F., Louis Leung, Jack Linchuan Qiu and Donna S.C. Chu (eds.) (2012). Frontiers in New Media Research. London: Routledge.

Lee, Francis L. F., & Chan, Joseph Man (2011). Media, Social Mobilization, and the Pro-democracy Protest Movement in Post-handover Hong Kong: The Power of a Critical Event. London: Routledge.

Joseph M. Chan and Francis L. F. Lee (eds.) (2008). Media and Politics in Post-handover Hong Kong. London: Routledge.

  • The book was earlier published as a journal special issue:
    Chan, Joseph M., and Francis L. F. Lee (eds.) (2007). Special issue on Media and politics in post-handover Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Communication, 17(2).




Edited journal special issues

Lee, Francis L.F. (ed.) (2015). Media and the Umbrella Movement. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(4).

李立峯(編)(2013)數位時代的新聞傳播,《傳播與社會學刊》,第二十五期。

李立峯,羅文輝(編)(2010)華人社會中的電視國際新聞,《傳播與社會學刊》,第十三期。

Fortunati, Leopoldina, Francis L. F. Lee, and Angel M. Y. Lin (eds.) (2008). Special Issue on "Mobile Societies in the Asia-Pacific." The Information Society 24(3).

陳韜文,李立峯(編)(2007)回歸十年的香港傳媒和政治,《傳播與社會學刊》,第三期。

Lee, Francis L. F. (ed.) (2007). Special Series on "Broadcasting Developments in East Asia: The Interplay of Policies, Technologies, and Markets." Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 4(2).



Journal Articles

Lee, Francis L.F., Haiyan Wang, and Fan Zhang (accepted). Are foreign publics interested in news about China? Analysis of a cross-national survey. China: An International Journal.

Chen, H. T, Chan, M. & Lee, F. L. F. (in press). Social media use and democratic engagement: A comparative study of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China. Chinese Journal of Communication

Lee, Francis L.F., & Joseph M. Chan (accepted). News media, movement organization, and collective memory mobilization in Tiananmen commemoration in Hong Kong. Media, Culture & Society.

Lee, Francis L.F., De Swert, Knut, & Cohen, Akiba A. (online first). Do the contents of foreign news on television match viewers’ interests? A 12-nation study of topics and countries of interest. Communication Research. doi:10.1177/0093650214565923

Lee, Francis L.F. (accepted). Impact of social media on opinion polarization in varying times. Communication & The Public.

Lee, F.L.F. (online first). Economic Conditions, the Policy Cycle, and Media Visibility of Environmental Organizations. Environmental Communication. DOI: 10.1080/17524032.2014.983941J

李立峯 (2016). 網絡媒體和連結型行動的力量與挑戰:以 2014 香港雨傘運動為例。傳播研究與實踐,第6卷第1期,頁11-44。
[Lee, Francis L. F. (2016). Digital media and the power and challenge of connective actions: The case of the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong. Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 6(1), 11-44.]

Lee, Francis L.F., & Joseph M. Chan (2016). Digital media activities and mode of participation in a protest campaign: The case of the Umbrella Movement. Information, Communication & Society, 19(1), 4-22.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2015). Social movement as civic education: Communication activities and understanding of civil disobedience in the Umbrella Movement. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(4), 393-411.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2015). Internet alternative media use and oppositional knowledge. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 27(3), 318-340.

Lee, Francis L.F., Di Cui, & Zhi’an Zhang (2015). Ethical Orientation and Judgments of Chinese Press Journalists in Times of Change. Journal of Media Ethics, 30(3), 203-221.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2015). Digital media use and participation leadership in social protests: The case of Tiananmen commemoration in Hong Kong. Telematics and Informatics, 32(4), 879-899.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2015). How citizens react to political scandals surrounding government leaders: A survey study in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Political Science, 23(1), 44-62.

Cheng, Daisy, and Francis L.F. Lee (2015). Journalist-source relations: The case of Taiwan correspondents in China. Journalism Studies, 16(6), 850-867.

Lee, F.L.F. (2015). Internet, citizen self-mobilization, and social movement organizations in environmental collective action campaigns: Two Hong Kong cases. Environmental Politics, 24(2), 308-325.

Leung, D.K.K. & Lee, F.L.F. (2015). How journalists value positive news: The influence of professional beliefs, market considerations, and political attitudes. Journalism Studies, 16(2), 289-304.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2014). Triggering the Protest Paradigm: Examining Factors Affecting News Coverage of Protests. International Journal of Communication, 8. http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/2873/1215

Wang, Haiyan and Francis L.F. Lee (2014). Chinese Investigative Journalism Research, 1978-2013: A Critical Review. China Review, 14(2), 215-252.

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.

Chan, M., & Lee, F.L.F. (2014). Selective exposure and agenda-setting: Exploring the impact of partisan media exposure on agenda diversity and political participation. Asian Journal of Communication, 24(4), 301-314.

Tang, G.K.Y., & Lee, F.L.F. (2014). Hong Kong journalists’ attitude toward social protests: A belief system perspective. Media Asia, 41(1), 55-70.

Leung, D.K.K. & Lee, F.L.F. (2014). Cultivating an active online counter-public: Examining usage and political impact of Internet alternative media. International Journal of Press/Politics, 19(3), 340-359.

王悅,李立峯(2014)「記者心中的角色模範及其影響初探:香港個案研究」。《新聞學研究》,119期,頁1-43。
[Wang, Bess, & Lee, Francis L. F. (2014). Journalists’ ideal models and their impact: the case of Hong Kong. Mass Communication Research, 119, 1-43.]

Lee, Francis L. F. (2014). “Tolerated one way but not the other”: Levels and determinants of social and political tolerance in Hong Kong. Social Indicators Research, 118, 711-727.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2014). The impact of online user-generated satire on young people’s political attitudes: Testing the moderating role of knowledge and discussion. Telematics & Informatics, 31(3), 397-409.

Lee, Francis L. F., & Liu, Frank C. S. (2014). The Impact of Political Party Support on Interpersonal Political Discussion: Survey Evidence from Two Chinese Societies. Asian Journal of Communication, 24(2), 109-127.

Liu, Frank C.S. & Lee, Francis L. F. (2013). Country, national, and pan-national identification in Taiwan and Hong Kong: Standing together as Chinese? Asian Survey, 53(6), 1112-1134.

Tang, Gary K.Y., & Lee, Francis L.F. (2013). Facebook use and political participation: The impact of exposure to shared political information, connections with public political actors, and network structural heterogeneity. Social Science Computer Review, 31(6), 763-773.

Lin, Wanying, Zhang, Xinzhi, and Lee, Francis L.F. (2013).  Making the world a distant place? How foreign TV news affects individual cynicism in post-colonial Hong Kong. International Communication Gazette, 75(8), 715-731.

Wang, Bess, Lee, Francis L.F., and Haiyan Wang (2013). Technological Practices, News Production Processes, and Journalistic Witnessing: Hong Kong Journalists in the 2011 Japan Earthquake. Journalism Studies, 14(4), 491-506.

Volz, Yong, and Lee, Francis L.F. (2013). Who wins the Pulitzer Prize in international reporting? Cumulative advantage and social stratification in journalism. Journalism: Theory and Practice, 14(5), 587-605.

Lee, Francis L.F., and Chan, Joseph Man (2013). Generational transmission of collective memory about Tiananmen in Hong Kong: How young rally participants learn about and understand June 4. Journal of Contemporary China, 22(84), 966-983.

Volz, Yong, and Lee, Francis L.F. (2013). What Does it Take for Women Journalists to Gain Professional Recognition? Gender Disparities among Pulitzer Prize Winners, 1917-2010. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 90(2), 248-266.

Lee, Francis L.F., and Chan, Joseph Man (2013). Activating movement support: Internet and public opinion toward social movements in Hong Kong. Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 8(1), 145-167.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2013). Contents and effects of newspaper coverage of talk radio in Hong Kong: A study of remediation through content adaptation. Mass Communication & Society, 16(2), 222-244.

李立峯,鄧鍵一(2013)「社會變遷、媒體互動,和電台聽眾參與節目在香港的演變」。《傳播與社會學刊》,第24期,23-60頁。
[Lee, Francis L. F., & Tang, Gary K. Y. (2013). Social change, media interaction, and the transformation of radio phone-in talk shows in Hong Kong. Communication & Society, 24, 23-60.]

Li, Miao, and Lee, Francis L.F. (2013). Host Power and Triadic Conversation Management in Hong Kong Talk Radio. Discourse & Communication, 7, 153-171.

Wang, Haiyan, Lee, Francis L.F., and Bess Wang (2013). Foreign News as Marketable Power Display: Reporting Foreign Disasters by the Chinese Local Media. International Journal of Communication, 7, 884-902.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2012). News from YouTube: Professional incorporation in Hong Kong newspaper coverage of online videos. Asian Journal of Communication, 22(1), 1-18.

Lee, Francis L.F., Wanying Lin, Chin-chuan Lee, Zhou He, and Mike Z. Yao (2012). Globalization and people's interests in foreign affairs: A comparative survey in Hong Kong and Taipei. International Communication Gazette, 74(3), 221-239.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2012). The life cycle of iconic sound bites: Politicians' transgressive utterances in media discourses. Media, Culture & Society, 34(3), 343-358.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2012). Does Discussion with Disagreement Discourage all Types of Political Participation? Survey Evidence from Hong Kong. Communication Research, 39(4), 543-562.

Tsui, Celia Y.S., & Francis L.F. Lee (2012). Trajectories of women journalists' career in Hong Kong: A field theory perspective. Journalism Studies, 13(3), 370-385.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2012). Generational differences in the impact of historical events: The Tiananmen Square Incident in contemporary Hong Kong public Opinion. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 24(2), 141-162.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2012). Remediating prior talk and constructing public dialogue: Newspaper coverage of political talk radio discussions in Hong Kong. Journalism Studies, 13(4), 583-599.

Chan, Joseph M. and Francis L. F. Lee (2011). The primacy of local interest and press freedom in Hong Kong: A survey study of journalists. Journalism, 12, 89-105.

Lee, Francis L.F., Chin-chuan Lee, & Nina Luzhou Li (2011). Chinese Peasants in the Process of Economic Reform: An Analysis of New York Time's and Washington Post's Opinion Discourses, 1981-2008. Communication, Culture, Critique, 4(2), 164-183.

Lee, Chin-chuan, Li, Hongtao, & Lee, Francis L.F. (2011). Symbolic Use of Decisive Events: Constructing Tiananmen as a News Icon in Elite U.S. Press's Editorial Discourses. International Journal of Press/Politics, 16(3), 335-356.

Lee, Francis L.F., Chan, Joseph Man, & Baohua Zhou (2011). National Lenses on a Global News Event: Determinants of Politicization and Domestication of the prelude to the Beijing Olympics. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 274-292.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2011). Taking Message-Attitude Congruence as Media Effects: Examining Perceived Influence of Political Talk Radio in Hong Kong. Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 18(2), 176-195.

Lee, Francis, L. F. (2010). The prevention effect of third-person perception: A study on the perceived and actual influence of polls. Mass Communication & Society, 13(1), 87-110.

Volz, Yong, Francis L. F. Lee, Xiao Ge, and Xianglin Liu (2010). Critical event and Americans' reception of foreign culture: An examination of cultural discount of foreign-language films before and after 9/11. International Communication Gazette, 72(2), 131-149.

陳韜文,李立峯(2010)「香港不能忘記六四之謎:傳媒、社會組織、民族國家和集體記憶」,《傳播學研究》, 103, 215-259.

  • Also appear as:
    陳韜文 及 李立峰. (2011) <香港不能忘記六四之謎:傳媒、社會組織、民族國家和集體記憶>. 《香港,生活,文化》 呂大樂, 吳俊雄, 馬傑偉編. 頁153-195. 香港: 牛津大學出版社.


Lee, Francis L. F. (2010). Pragmatism, perceived reality, and Hong Kong people's attitudes toward democratic reform. Issues & Studies, 46(1), 189-219.

李立峯(2010)「選舉新聞報道量對投票率的影響:2007年香港區議會選舉案例分析」,《香港社會科學學報》,第38期,頁1-28。

林宛瑩,李立峯(2010)「探討香港電視新聞中的議程多元性:本地、中國與國際新聞的比較」。《傳播與社會學刊》,第13期,頁109-138。

李立峯(2010)「不經意的全球化想像:電視國際新聞中的多國新聞和國際組織」。《傳播與社會學刊》,第13期,頁161-191。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2010). The influence of family viewing preferences on television consumption in the era of multichannel services. Asian Journal of Communication, 20(3), 281-298.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2010). The perceptual bases of collective efficacy and protest participation: The case of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 22(3), 392-411.

Cui, Li and Francis L. F. Lee (2010). Becoming extraordinary: Negotiation of media power in the case of Super Girls' Voice in China. Popular Communication, 8(4), 256-272.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2010). News Values and Resource Allocation as the Determinants of Election Coverage: Analysis of a Hong Kong Election. International Journal of Press/Politics, 15(4), 462-481.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2009). Negotiating sporting nationalism: Debating fan behavior in China vs. Japan in the 2004 Asian Cup Final in Hong Kong. Soccer & Society, 10(2), 192-209.

Lee, Francis L. F., and Joseph Man Chan (2009). The organizational production of self-censorship in the Hong Kong media. International Journal of Press/Politics, 14, 112-133.

Lee, Francis L. F., and Joseph Man Chan (2009). The political consequences of ambivalence: The case of democratic reform in Hong Kong. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 21(1), 47-64.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2009). The impact of political discussion in a democratizing society: The moderating role of disagreement and support for democracy. Communication Research, 36(3), 379-399.

Lee, Francis L. F., Zhou He, Chin-chuan Lee, Wanying Lin, and Mike Z. Yao (2009). Urban Chinese's attitudes towards globalization: A survey study of media influence. Pacific Affairs, 82(2), 211-230.

李立峯(2009)範式訂定事件與事件常規化:分析香港主流報章對Youtube短片的報道。《傳播與社會學刊》。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2009). Cultural discount of cinematic achievement: The Academy Awards and U.S. movies' East Asian box office. Journal of Cultural Economics, 33(4), 239-262.

陳韜文,李立峯(2009)「香港的傳媒,政治與社會變遷」,《國際新聞界》, 2009年12月,頁11-16。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2008). Local press meets transnational activism: News dynamics in an anti-WTO protest. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1(1), 57-78.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph Man Chan (2008). Making sense of participation: The political culture of the pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong. The China Quarterly, 193, 84-101.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph M. Chan (2008). Professionalism, political orientation, and perceptions of self-censorship in Hong Kong. Issues & Studies, 44(1), 205-238.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2008). Hollywood movies in East Asia: Examining cultural discount and performance predictability at the box office. Asian Journal of Communication, 18(2), 117-136.

李立峯,陳韜文(2008)「候選人電視辯論對受眾認知和態度的影響:零七年香港特首選舉個案研究」,《香港社會科學學報》,第35期,頁73-102。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Talk radio listening, opinion expression and political discussion in a democratizing society. Asian Journal of Communication, 17(1), 78-96.

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2007). Media and politics in post-handover Hong Kong: An introduction. Asian Journal of Communication, 17(2), 127-133.

  • An extended Chinese version was published as:
    陳韜文、李立峯(2007)序言:香港回歸後的傳媒和政治。《傳播與社會學刊》,第三期,頁17-30。


Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Strategic interaction, cultural co-orientation, and press freedom in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Communication, 17(2), 134-147.

  • An extended Chinese version was published as:
    李立峯(2007) 策略互動、文化共向和九七回歸後香港新聞自由的發展。《傳播與社會學刊》,第三期,頁31-52。


Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2007). Media and the reinvigorated pro-democracy movement. Asian Journal of Communication, 17(2), 215-228.

陳韜文,李立峯(2007)「再國族化,國際化與本土化的角力:香港的傳媒和政治」,《二十一世紀》,第101期,43-55。

  • A shortened version was published as:
    陳韜文,李立峯(2007)「回歸十年香港的傳媒和政治 」,《傳媒透視》,2007年7月,頁2-4。
  • A shortened and translated version was published in English as:
    Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2007). Media and politics in post-handover Hong Kong. China Perspective, No. 2007 (2), 49-57.


Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Objectivity as self-censorship? Hong Kong citizens' beliefs in media neutrality and perceptions of press freedom. Asian Survey, 47(3), 434-454.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Development of pay television in Hong Kong: History, audience consumption, and challenges. Journal of Comparative Asian Development, 4(2), 247-272.

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2007). Political opportunities, social mobilization, and collective action: The re-invigorated pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong. The China Review, 7(2), 93-122.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Gender differences in campaign materials and politicians' professional orientation: The case of a Hong Kong election. Sex Role, 57(11-12), 865-878.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2006). Poll reporting and journalistic paradigm: A study of popularity poll coverage in newspaper. Asian Journal of Communication, 16(2), 132-151.

Lee, Francis L. F., and Angel M. Y. Lin (2006). Newspaper editorial discourse and the politics of self-censorship in Hong Kong. Discourse & Society, 17(2), 331-358.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2006). Collective efficacy, support for democracy, and political participation in Hong Kong. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 18(3), 297-317.

陳韜文,李立峯(2006)「民意激盪中的傳媒趨同和修正政治平行:香港2003年七一大遊行個案分析」,《香港社會科學學報》,第31期,頁71-96。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2006). Cultural discount and cross-culture predictability: Examining U.S. movies' box office in Hong Kong. Journal of Media Economics, 19(4), 259-278.

  • A translated version was published as:
    Lee, Francis L. F. (2008). 文化折扣與跨文化預測:以美國電影在香港的票房績效為例,《文化藝術研究》,第1期,頁243-252。
  • Reprinted as:
    Lee, Francis L. F. (2009). Cultural discount and cross-culture predictability: Examining U.S. movies' box office in Hong Kong. In Toby Miller (ed.). The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. New York: Routledge.


李立峯(2006)「政治轉變中的選舉詮釋和制度修正:2004香港立法會選舉「後選戰」個案研究」, 《傳播與社會學刊》,第1期,頁69-90。

Chan, Joseph Man, Francis L. F. Lee, and Zhongdang Pan (2006). Credibility of online news sites in the eyes of journalists: The case of China. New Media & Society, 8(6), 925-947.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph Chan (2006). The Role of the mass media in the formation of a rally-based pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong. Media Asia, 33(1-2), 33-46.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2006). Audience taste divergence over time: Box office of Hollywood movies in Hong Kong, 1989-2004. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 83(4), 883-900.

Lee, Francis L. F., Joseph Man Chan, and Clement Y. K. So (2005). Evaluation of media and understanding of politics: The role of education among Hong Kong citizens. Asian Journal of Communication, 15(1), 37-56.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph Man Chan (2005). Political attitudes, participation, and Hong Kong identities after 1997. Issues & Studies, 41(2), 1-35.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2005). Spectacle and fandom: Media discourse in two soccer events in Hong Kong. Sociology of Sport Journal, 22(2), 194-213.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2005) Ordinary political conversation and public opinion expression: The conditioning impact of discord and information. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 82(4), 891-909.

Lee, Francis L. F., & Chan, Joseph Man (2004). Economics trumped democracy? Analysis of post-handover poll data. Twenty-first Century (online edition), vol. 24, March, 2004. http://www.cuhk.edu.hk/ics/21c/ (In Chinese)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2004). Constructing the perfect women: Female officials on Hong Kong newspapers. Media, Culture & Society, 26(2), 207-225.

Chan, Joseph Man, Zhongdang Pan, and Francis L. F. Lee (2004). Professional aspiration and job satisfaction in the midst of media changes: The case of Chinese journalists. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 81(2), 254-273.

Chan, Joseph M., Kenneth Chau, and Francis L. F. Lee (2002). Abstract principle versus concrete interest: A study of education and political opinion in Hong Kong. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 14(1), 54-72.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2002). Radio phone-in talk shows as politically significant infotainment in Hong Kong. Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 7(4), 57-79.



Book chapters


李立峯(2015)「網絡另類媒體、政治傳播,與社會動員」,李少南編,《香港傳媒新世紀》第二版(71-96頁).香港:香港中文大學出版社.
[Lee, Francis L. F. (forthcoming). Internet alternative media, political communication, and social mobilization. In Paul S.N. Lee (ed.), New Era of Hong Kong Media, 2nd Edition.]

Lee, Francis L.F. (2015). Press Freedom in Hong Kong: Interactions between State, Media and Society. In Gary Rawnsley and Ming-yeh Rawnsley (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. London: Routledge.

Chan, Joseph Man and Lee, Francis L.F. (2015). Media and social mobilization in Contemporary Hong Kong. In Gary Rawnsley and Ming-yeh Rawnsley (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. London: Routledge.

Lee, Francis L.F. (2014). Hong Kong: Social media and political participation in a protest society. In Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (eds.) Social media and political participation in Asia. London: Routledge.

李立峯,陳韜文(2013)「初探香港「社運社會」:分析香港社會集體抗爭行動的形態和發展」,張少強,梁啟智編,《香港,社會,文化》.香港:牛津大學出版社.

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2013). Foreign news on public and private television. In Akiba Cohen (ed.) Foreign news on television (pp. 129-150). New York: Peter Lang.

Lee, Francis L.F., Akiba Cohen and Juergen Wilke (2013). Countries of interests: Comparing news contents and audience responses. In Akiba Cohen (ed.) Foreign news on television (pp. 269-292). New York: Peter Lang.

Chan, Joseph M., Francis L. F. Lee and Clement Y. K. So (2012). Journalists in Hong Kong: A Decade after the Transfer of Sovereignty. In Lars Willnat and David Weaver (eds.), Global Journalists (pp. 22-35). New York: Routledge.

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2012). Media and public opinion. In W. M. Lam et al. (Eds.), Contemporary Hong Kong Politics, 2nd edition. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. (A substantially revised version of the chapter published in the 1st edition)

Lee, Francis L.F., Louis Leung, Jack Linchuan Qiu and Donna S.C. Chu (2012). Introduction: Challenges for new media research. In Francis L.F. Lee, Louis Leung, Jack Linchuan Qiu and Donna S.C. Chu (eds.), Frontiers in New Media Research (pp. 6-16). New York: Routledge.

Lee, Francis L. F., and Angel Lin (2012). Officials’ accountability performance on Hong Kong talk radio: The case of the Financial Secretary Hotline. In Mats Ekstrom and Marianna Patrona (eds.) Talking politics in broadcast media. Amsterdam: Benjamin.

Lee, Francis L. F., Chin-chuan Lee, Mike Z. Yao, Zhou He, and Wanying Lin (2010). The presence of foreign media in China: From political economy to media effects. In Joseph Cheng (ed.). Whither China’s democracy: Democratization in China since the Tiananmen. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2010). New Media Based Attention Implosion and Television Publicness in the Era of Internet-TV Convergence. In Dal Yong Jin (ed.) Global media convergence and cultural transformation (pp. 107-122). Hershey, Pa.: IGI.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph Man Chan (2009). Making sense of political transition: A review of political communication research in Hong Kong. In Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (eds). Political communication in Asia (pp. 9-42). London: Routledge.

陳韜文、李立峰 (2009) 從民意激盪中重構香港政治文化: 七一大遊行公共論述分析。載馬傑偉、吳俊雄、呂大樂(編)《香港文化政治》頁53-78。

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2008). Who Can Mobilize Hong Kong People to Protest? A Survey-based Study of Three Large-Scale Rallies. In Ming Sing (ed). Political Crisis, Mobilization and Confrontation in China's Hong Kong. London: Routledge.

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2007). Media and public opinion. In W. M. Lam et al. (Eds.), Contemporary Hong Kong Politics (pp. 155-176). Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Glasser, Theodore L. and Francis L. F. Lee (2002). Repositioning the Newsroom: The American Experience with 'Public Journalism.' In Erik Neveu and Raymond Kuhn (eds.) Political Journalism. London: Routledge.




Other academic writings

Lee, Francis L. F. (2014). Review of Media Commercialization and Authoritarian Rule in China. Pacific Affairs, 87(4), 835-837.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2014). Review of Bollywood and globalization: The global power of popular Hindi Cinema. Asian Journal of Communication, 24(5), 505-507.

Pablo Boczkowski、李立峯(2013)學術對談:數位化時代網絡新聞的持續演變。《傳播與社會學刊》,第二十五期,頁1-26。 [Pablo Boczkowski, Francis L. F. Lee (2013). Academic dialogue: The continual transformation of online news. Communication & Society, 25, 1-26.]

李立峯(2013)數位時代的新聞傳播專輯序言。《傳播與社會學刊》,第二十五期,頁27-34。
[Lee, Francis L. F. (2013). Introduction to the special issue on journalism in the digital era. Communication & Society, 25, 27-34.]

李立峯、鄧鍵一(2013)經濟發展,政治轉變,和香港青年人的後物質轉向。研究手稿,香港社會文化研究系列。香港中文大學新聞與傳播學院,JCMotion Publishing。(http://jcmotion.tmgbook.com/index.php/component/jshopping/product/view/22/22)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2013). Review of The News and Public Opinion. Asian Journal of Communication, 23(3), 341-343.

Akiba Cohen、李立峯、陳韜文(2010)學術對談:新聞學比較研究的價值和挑戰。《傳播與社會學刊》,第二十五期,頁1-30。
[Akiba Cohen, Francis L. F. Lee, and Joseph Man Chan (2010). Academic dialogue: The value and challenge of comparative studies in journalism. Communication & Society, 13, 1-30.]

李立峯(2010)華人社會中的電視國際新聞專輯序言。《傳播與社會學刊》,第十三期。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2009). “Hong Kong.” An entry in Christopher Sterling and Charles Whitney (eds.), The Encyclopedia of Journalism, Thousand Oaks: SAGE.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2009). Foreword: Deciding What’s News: A Classic in Newsroom Observational Studies. In Deciding What’s News (Chinese translation by Li Hongtao and Shi Lin). Beijing: Peking University Press.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph Man Chan (2009). Strategic Responses to Political Changes: An Analysis of Newspapers Editorials in Hong Kong, 1996-2006. Occasional Paper, No. 199. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies.

Lee, Francis L. F. (2008). Review of Media in Hong Kong: Press Freedom and Political Change, 1967-2005, by Carol P. Lai. International Journal of Press/Politics.

Fortunati, Leopoldina, Francis L. F. Lee, and Angel M. Y. Lin (2008). Introduction to the Special Issue on “Mobile Societies in Asia-Pacific.” The Information Society, 24(3), 135-139.

Lee, Francis L. F. and Joseph Man Chan (2007). Taking Both Sides into Consideration: Ambivalence in Public Opinion on Political Reform in Hong Kong. Occasional Paper No. 186. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies.

Chan, Joseph Man and Francis L. F. Lee (2005). Mobilization and Protest Participation in Post-Handover Hong Kong: A Study of Three Large-scale Demonstrations. Occasional Paper No. 159. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies.

Lee, Francis L. F., Joseph Man Chan and Clement Y. K. So (2004). Redefining local interest: News media in Hong Kong after 1997. Perspectives (working papers in English and Communication), 16(1).

Chan, Joseph M., Kenneth Chau, and Francis L. F. Lee (2000). Education and principle-based opinion: A study of the right of abode controversy in Hong Kong. Occasional Paper No. 111. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies.




Professional writings

李立峯,陳韜文(2010).互聯網和集體行動的民間自發動員:六四晚會現場調查的發現。傳媒透視,2010年7月號。

李立峯(2010).政治廣告與公共廣播空間。記者之聲,2010年7月號。

Lee, Francis L. F. (2007) The Hong Kong news media ten years after the handover. BBC Chinese website. (in Chinese)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Political environment and media's political parallelism in Hong Kong. Journalist (in Chinese)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2007). Election news coverage and the equal time rule. Media Digest, December, 2007, 2-3. (in Chinese)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2006). Public service broadcasting in the era of the Internet. Media Digest, March, 2006, 2-3. (in Chinese)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2004). Media and large-scale public rallies: Some views on media effects. Media Digest, July, 2004, 2-4. (in Chinese)

Lee, Francis L. F. (2001). Social consensus and objective reporting: American media covering 911. Media Digest, October 2001, p.5-7 (in Chinese).

Lee, Francis L. F. (2001). The politics of information: How American media respond to government information control. Media Digest, November 2001, p.10-11 (in Chinese).

Lee, Francis L. F. (2000). The myth and reality of the Internet. Ming Pao Monthly, January 2000 (in Chinese).

Lee, Francis L. F. (2000). The science and politics of opinion polling. Media Digest, September 2000, p.6-8 (in Chinese).

Lee, Francis L. F. (2000). Media and exit polls in the American Presidential election 2000. Media Digest, December 2000, p.2-4 (in Chinese).