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Wei, R., Lo, Ven-hwei, Golan, G. (2017). Examining the relationship between presumed influence of U.S. News about China and the support for Chinese government’s global public relations campaigns. International Journal of Communication, 11, 2964-2981.
Liu, H. & Lo Ven-hwei (2017). Journalists’ use of social media as reporting tools. Mass Communication Research, 132: 107-150.
Lo, Ven-hwei, Wei, R., Zhang X., Guo, L. (2016). Theoretical and methodological patterns of third-person effect research: A comparative thematic analysis of Asia and the World. Asian Journal of Communication. 26 (6), 583-604. (SSCI)
Lo, Ven-hwei, Wei, R., & Lu, H. Y. (2016). Issue importance, third-person effects of protest news and participation in Taiwan's Sunflower movement. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly. first published online on September 20, 2016 as doi:10.1177/1077699016670122 (SSCI)
Lo, Ven-hwei, Wei, R., Lu, H. & Hou, H. (2015). Perceived issue importance, information-processing and third-person effect of news about the imported U.S. beef controversy. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 27(3), 341-360. (SSCI).
Wei, R., Lo, Ven-hwei, Lu, H. & Hou, H. (2015). Examining multiple behavioral effects of third-person perception: Evidence from the news about Fukushima nuclear crisis in Taiwan. The Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(1), 95-111. (SSCI)
Zhang, X., Lo, V. H., Guo, J., Wang, J., Xu, C., Yu, S. and Zhang, F. (2015). A crisis of journalism education? Career decision of journalism students in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 28, pp.123-154.
Lo, V. H., Li, M., & An, X. (2015). Research in Journalism Ethics. New trends in communication studies. J. Hong (ed.). Beijing: Tsinghua University Press. pp.200-215, Press of Renmin University of China.
Wei, R., Lo, V. H., Lu, H. & Hou, H. (2014). Examining multiple behavioral effects of third-person perception: Evidence from the news about Fukushima nuclear crisis in Taiwan. The Chinese Journal of Communication (SSCI), doi: 10.1080/17544750.2014.972422.
Chen, Y., Lo, V. H., Wei, R., Xu, X. & Zhang, G. (2014). A comparative study of the relationship between mobile phone use and social capital among college students in Shanghai and Taipei. International Journal of Journalism and Mass Communication 1:105-113.
Lo, Ven-hwei (2013). "Perceived credibility of newspaper and television news: 1998, 2003 and 2008". Social change in Taiwan, 1985-2005: Mass communication and political behavior ed. by M. Chang, Lo, Ven-hwei & H. Shyu. pp.65-91. Taipei: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica.
Wei, R. and Lo, Ven-hwei (2013). "Perceived poll bias and inference of biased poll Impact in the 2010 U.S. midterm elections: Media performance in the eyes of the beholder". The Open Communication Journal. 7: 12-20.
Willnat, L.; Weaver, D.; Stepinska, A. and Lo, Ven-hwei (2013). "Who sues news, how much, and why?". Foreign news on television: Where in the world is the global village? ed. by A. Cohen. pp.41-62 Foreign news. New York: Peter Lang.
Swert, K; Belo, A; Kamhawi, R; Lo, Ven-hwei (2013); MUJICA C and PORATH W. "Topics in foreign and domestic television news". Foreign news on television: Where in the world is the global village? ed. by A. Cohen. pp.41-62. New York: Peter Lang. Peter Lang.
Lo, V. H., Wei, R., So, Y. K. and Zhang, G (2013). The influence of third-person effects on support for restrictions of Internet porngraphy among college students in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Frontiers in new media research ed. by Francis L.F. Lee, Louis Leung, Jack L. Qiu and Donn S. C. Chu. pp.191-204. New York & London: Routledge.
Wei, R.; Lo, Ven-hwei; Xu, X.; Zhang, G. and Chen, Y (2013). "Predicting mobile news use among college students: The role of press freedom in four Asian cities". New Media and Society 0 (0): 1-18 (SSCI).
Lin, Wan-Ying, Lo, Ven-hwei, & Jacobs, K. (2012). To view or not to view: The influence of social networks and subjective norms on online pornography consumption. International Journal of Cyber Society and Education. 5(1):81-84, 2012.
Lo, Ven-hwei & Cheng, Daisy (2012). Perception of media influence and support for Internet censorship: Third-person effect of news about Google pulling out of China. Journal of Cyber Culture and Information Society. 23:66-095, 2012.
Willnat, L, Lo, Ven-hwei, & Aw, A (2012). The good, the bad and the ugly: Public opinion polling in Taiwan. In C. Holtz-Bacha & J. Stromback (Eds.), Opinion polls and the media: reflecting and shaping public opinion (pp. 198-222), 2012, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Wei, R., Lo, Ven-hwei, Lu, H. Y. (2011). Examining the perceptual gap and behavioral intention in the perceived effects of polling news in the 2008 Taiwan presidential election, Communication Research, 38(2): 206-217.
Wei, R., Chia, S. & Lo, Ven-hwei, (2011). Influence of the third-person effect and hostile media perception on voter attitudes toward polls in the 2008 U. S. Presidential Election. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 23(2): 169-190.
Lo, Ven-hwei, So, Clement, & Zhang, Guoliang (2010) , The influence of individualism and collectivism on Internet pornography exposure, sexual attitudes and sexual behavior among college students. The Chinese Journal of Communication, 3(1):10-27.
Wang, T. L., Chow, R., & Lo, Ven-hwei (2010). The tabloidization in Taiwan's foreign television. Communication and Society, 13,75-108.
Wei, R., Lo, Ven-hwei, Lu, H. Y. (2010). The third-person effect of tainted food product recall news: Examining the role of credibility, attention, and elaboration for college students in Taiwan. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(3/4):598-614.
Lo, Ven-hwei, Wei, R. & Wu S. M. (2010). Examining the First, Second and Third Person Effects of Internet Pornography on Taiwanese Adolescents: Implications for the Restriction of Pornography. Asian Journal of Communication, 20,1, 90-103
Wei, R. & Lo, Ven-hwei (2008). News media use and knowledge about the 2006 U.S. Midterm elections: Why exposure matters in voter learning. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 20(3):347-362.
Wei, Ran, Lo, Ven-hwei, & Lu, Hung-Yi (2008). Third-person effects of health news: Exploring the relationship among media exposure, presumed media influence and behavioral intentions. American Behavioral Scientist, 52(2): 261-277.
Lo, Ven-hwei & Ran Wei (2005) Effects of Internet Pornography on Taiwanese Adolescents' Sexual Attitudes and Behavior. Journal of Broadcasting & electronic Media. 49(2):221-237.
Lo, Ven-hwei (2001) Sexual Strategies Theory, gender, exposure and support for restriction of pornography on the Internet. Studies in Media & Information Literacy Education,1(4).ww.utpjournals.com/simile.
Lo Ven-hwei, Adda R. Paddon & Wu, Hsiaomei (2000) Front Pages of Taiwan Daily Newspapers 1952-1996: How ending martial law influenced publication design. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 77(4): 880-897.
Lo, Ven-hwei & Anna R. Paddon (2000) The third person perception and support for restriction of pornography: Some methodological problems. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 12(1):80-89.
Lo, Ven-hwei, Neilan, E., Sun, M. P. & Chiang, S. I. (1999) Exposure of Taiwan Adolescents to Pornographic Media and Impact on Sexual Attitudes and Behavior. Asian Journal of Communication, 9(1): 50-71.
Zhu, Jian-hua, David Weaver, Ven-hwei Lo, Chongchan Chen and Wei Wu (1997) Individual, Organizational and Societal Constraints on Media Professionalism：A Comparative Study of Journalists in the U.S., China and Taiwan. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 74(1):84-96.
Lo, Ven-hwei, Pu-tsung King, Huang Hwei-lin（1996）Television Coverage of Taiwan's First-Ever Presidential Election, Asian Journal of Communication. 6(2);43-64.
Lo, Ven-hwei, Jei -cheng Cheng & Chin-chuan Lee（1994）Television News is Government News in Taiwan: Patterns of Television News Sources Selection and Presentation, Asian Journal of Communication. 4(1): 99-110.
Wei, R. and Lo, V. H. (2016). The third-person effect. International Encyclopedia of political communication. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons ed. by Gianpietro Mazzoleni. DOI: 10.1002/9781118541555.wbiepc030.
Leung, Louis, Lo, Ven-hwei, Lee, Paul, Xiong, C. Y. (2009). The use of the Internet in four Chinese cities. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asian Pacific Studies.
羅文輝、蘇蘅、林書煒 (2009) 電視主播與電視新聞。台北：商務。