School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - Journalism Studies
 

Journalism Studies

  1. Chang, Jiang & Ren, Hailong (2016). How native cultural values influence African journalists’ perceptions of China: in-depth interviews with journalists of Baganda descent in Uganda. Chinese Journal of Communication, 9(2), 189-205.

  2. Li, Miao (2016). Pluralistic ignorance in Sino–Hong Kong conflicts: the perception of mainland Chinese people living in Hong Kong. Chinese Journal of Communication, 9(2), 153-172.

  3. Fong, Yanglai, & Ishak, Md Sodom Ahmad (2015). Framing inter-religious dispute: a comparative analysis of Chinese-, English-, and Malay-language newspapers in Peninsular Malaysia. Chinese Journal of Communication, 9(2), 103-123.

  4. Chan, Chi Kit (2015). Contested news values and media performance during the Umbrella Movement. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(4), 420-428.

  5. Xin, Jing, & Matheson, Donald (2015). The Chinese writer as empty signifier: a corpus-based analysis of the English-language reporting of the 2012 Nobel Prize in Literature. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(3), 289-305.

  6. Huang, J. Sonia & Dai, Jia (2015). Comparing the competitive advantages of leading news sites in mainland China and Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(2), 142-159.

  7. Li, Hongtao & Lee, Chin-Chuan (2014). Guanxi networks and the gatekeeping practices of communication journals in China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7(4), 355-372.

  8. Song, Yunya, & Lee, Chin-Chuan (2014). Embedded journalism: constructing romanticized images of China by US journalists in the 1970s. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7(2), 174-190.

  9. Yang, Aimei (2014). Framing Chinese civil actors: earthquake relief and unintended consequences for media coverage. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7(2), 155-173.

  10. Zhang, Di & Shoemaker, Pamela J. (2014). Foreign reporters’ aggressiveness and Chinese officials’ openness at news conferences: influences on foreign media coverage of the Chinese government. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7(1), 106-125.

  11. Shen, Fei & Liang, Hai (2014). Do Chinese Internet users care about news? Tracking news consumers on the Internet in a metropolis 2009–2011. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7(1), 60-79.

  12. Tang, Lijun (2013). The politics of flies: mocking news in Chinese cyberspace. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4), 482-496.

  13. Liu, Yang (2013). Professional discourse in winning images: objectivity and professional boundaries in environmental news images in the World Press Photo contest, 1992–2011. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4), 456-481.

  14. Huang, Shun-Shing (2013). From control to autonomy? Journalism awards and the changing journalistic profession in Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4), 436-455.

  15. Zeng, Fanxu, & Li, Yanhong (2013). A mission beyond journalism: advocacy and media practices of award giving in China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4), 419-435.

  16. Dong, Dong (2013). Legitimating journalistic authority under the state’s shadow: a case study of the Environmental Press Awards in China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4), 397-418.

  17. Volz, Yong (2013). Journalism awards as a site of contention in the field of journalism. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(4), 391-396.

  18. Shen, Fei & Zhang, Zhi’an (2013). Who are the investigative journalists in China? Findings from a survey in 2010. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(3), 374-384.

  19. Li, Xigen (2013). Innovativeness, personal initiative, news affinity and news utility as predictors of the use of mobile phones as news devices. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(3), 350-373.

  20. Chen, Lily (2013). Who speaks and how? Studies of voicing in the China Daily following a decade of change. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(3), 325-349.

  21. Hong, Yah-Huei & Chang, Roland (2013). To click or not to click? A study of the innovation resistance of political emails. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(3), 305-324.

  22. Tsang, Stephanie Jean (2013). Examining the impact of news attention and education on political tolerance in Hong Kong. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(3), 286-304.

  23. Luo, Yunjuan (2013). Mapping agenda-setting research in China: A meta-analysis study. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(3), 269-285.

  24. Tan, Yue & Ma, Shang-Min (2013). Effect of sports sponsorship on building international media agenda: a study of the international news coverage of the 2009 Kaohsiung World Games. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(2), 240-256.

  25. Chao-Chen, Lin (2013). Convergence of new and old media: new media representation in traditional news. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(2), 183-201.

  26. Huang, J. Sonia, Yang, Mengchieh Jacie & Chyi, Hsiang Iris (2013). Friend or foe? Examining the relationship between news portals and newspaper sites in Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(1), 103-119.

  27. Tang, Yong (2013). Journalistic right in the “first rough draft of history”: a comparative study of news copyright in the United States and the People's Republic of China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 6(1), 24-44.

  28. Tian, Dexin & Chao, Chin-Chung (2012). Testing news trustworthiness in an online public sphere: a case study of The Economist’s news report covering the riots in Xinjiang, China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 5(4), 455-474.

  29. Lee, Alice Y. L. (2012). Online news media in the Web 2.0 era: From boundary dissolution to journalistic transformation. Chinese Journal of Communication, 5(2), 210-226.

  30. Sparks, Colin (2012). Beyond political communication: towards a broader perspective on the Chinese press. Chinese Journal of Communication, 5(1), 61-67.

  31. Shen, Fei, Lu, Ye, Guo, Steve, & Zhou, Baohua (2011). News media use, credibility, and efficacy: an analysis of media participation intention in China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(4), 475-495.

  32. Wilke, Jürgen, & Achatzi, Julia (2011). From Tian'anmen Square to the global world stage: framing China in the German press, 1986–2006. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 348-364.

  33. De Swert, Knut, & Wouters, Ruud (2011). The coverage of China in Belgian television news: a case study on the impact of foreign correspondents on news content. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 331-347.

  34. Goodrum, Abby A., Godo, Elizabeth, & Hayter, Alex (2011). Canadian media coverage of Chinese news: a cross-platform comparison at the national,local,and hyper-local levels. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 311-330.

  35. Lin, Wan-Ying, Lo, Ven-hwei, & Wang, Tai-Li (2011). Bias in television foreign news in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 293-310.

  36. Lee, Francis L. F., Chan, Joseph M., & Zhou, Baohua (2011). National lenses on a global news event: determinants of the politicization and domestication of the prelude to the Beijing Olympics. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 274-292.

  37. Willnat, Lars, & Luo, Yunjuan (2011). Watching the dragon: global television news about China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 255-273.

  38. Cohen, Akiba A. (2011). Covering China: inside and out. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 251-254.

  39. Liu, Bingying, Ley, Barbara L., & Brewer, Paul R. (2011). Breast cancer coverage in China and the United States: a comparative analysis of wire service news stories. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(2), 182-197.

  40. Gao, Fangfang, & Martin-Kratzer, Renee (2011). Gender differences in Chinese journalists' blogs. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(2), 167-181.

  41. Guo, Steve (2011). Framing distance: local vs. non-local news in Hong Kong press. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(1), 21-39.

  42. Sparks, Colin (2010). Coverage of China in the UK national press. Chinese Journal of Communication, 3(3), 347-365.

  43. Zhang, Shixin Ivy (2009). Newsroom convergence models of China's Beijing Youth Daily and Denmark's Nordjyske. Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(3), 330-347.

  44. MacKinnon, Rebecca (2008). Blogs and China correspondence: lessons about global information flows. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1(2), 242-257.

  45. Shan, Bo, & Wan, Lijun (2008). Discursive imbalance and deficiency in intercultural news communication. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1(2), 156-167.

  46. Lee, Francis L. F. (2008). Local press meets transnational activism: news dynamics in an anti‐WTO protest. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1(1), 55-76.

  47. Lo, Ven‐hwei, & Wei, Ran (2008). Ethical risk perception of freebies and effects on journalists' ethical reasoning. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1(1), 25-37.