School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - CHEN, Changfeng 陳昌鳳
 

CHEN, Changfeng 陳昌鳳

CHEN, Changfeng 陳昌鳳

B.A. (Department of Chinese Literature, Nanjing Normal University)
M.A. (Department of Journalism, Renmin University, Beijing)
Ph.D. (School of Journalism, Renmin University of China, Beijing)

Professional Concurrent Posts:

  • Associate Professor
  • Deputy Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Peking University
  • Head of Journalism Department

Experience:

  • 2001-now Associate Professor, Head of Journalism Department, Deputy Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Peking University
  • 2001 Visiting Scholar, Minnesota University ( Twin City), USA
  • 1996-2000 Lecturer, Associate Professor, School of International Studies, Peking University, Beijing
  • 1993-1996 PhD, School of Journalism, Renmin University of China, Beijing
  • 1990-1991 Master Study, Department of Journalism, Renmin University, Beijing
  • 1986-1990, 1992 Assistant Professor, Lecturer, Nanjing Normal University, Assistant news editor, Xinhua Daily
  • 1982-1986 Bachelor, Department of Chinese Literature, Nanjing Normal University

Recent Major Publications:

The Contemporary History of Hong Kong's Press, Law Publishing House of China, 1997

Chinese Journalism Since 1949, Publishing House of Fujian Province, 2002

History of the Supplement Columns of the Chinese Newspapers, Publishing House of Fujian, 1999

Mass Communication (textbook, participant), Publishing House of Broadcast University, 2000

History of Chinese Journalism (2nd edition, participant) (Publishing House of People's University of China, Nov 1995)

A Real War (By R. Nixon, Translated into Chinese), Publishing House of the World Affairs, 2000

Papers published on Journalism and Communication Research (Quarterly), Journalists in China (Monthly), Journalists (Monthly), Time Media (Monthly) and so on.

Interests:

  • Journalism and Communication Education
  • Principals and History of Mass Media
  • Chinese Media Study (Reform of Policy, Management and so on)
  • Mass media and social change