Eng · 繁體 · 简体
Department of Media and Communication Center for Communication Research

Pei ZHI 支培

Master Degree in Development Studies (City University of Hong Kong)

Ph.D. Student

Staff Photo

Contact Information

Office: M5013
Phone:
Fax:
Email: peizhi2-c@my.cityu.edu.hk
Website:
Personal CV: Personal CV
Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Tumblr

Research Interests

  • Political Science
  • Legislative Voting
  • Hong Kong Studies
  • Political Campaign
ZHI Pei is a PhD student interested in political communication, especially the election campaign in Hong Kong Legislative Council election.


Conference Papers

  • Lin, S., Zhi, P., Lin, F., & Wu, A. M. (2020). The salient majority? The hybridized identity between 'Hongkonger' and 'Chinese' in post-Umbrella Hong Kong. Paper presented at IAMCR Tampere 2020, Tampere, Finland.
  • ZHI, P., & LIN, F. (2020) Legislative Professionalism and The Role of Parties: Empirical Study on Hong Kong Legislative Council Elections (1991-2016). Paper presented at 115th Annual American Sociological Association Conference - Virtual Conference, San Francisco, USA
  • ZHI, P., & LIN, F. (2020) How Political Party Operates: Decomposing the Party Effect in Hong Kong LegCo Election. Paper presented at 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference - Virtual Conference, Gold Coast, Australia
  • Lin, S., ZHI, P., LIN, F., & WU, M. (2020) Where Is the Silent Majority? The Hybridized Identity Between “Honghonger” and “Chinese” in Post-Umbrella Hong Kong. Paper presented at 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference - Virtual Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • ZHI, P., & LIN, F. (2019). Party effect in Hong Kong: how party works in Hong Kong Legislative Council Election. Paper presented at The 3rd International Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Quantitative Analysis of Textual Data, Tokyo, Japan.

Academic Career

  • 2017.01-2018.06
    Part-time Research Assistant, Department of Media and Communication, City University of Hong Kong
    2018.06-2019.06
    Full-time Research Assistant, Department of Media and Communication, City University of Hong Kong