Whereabout of Ph.D. Graduates

List of M.Phil & Ph.D. Theses

Year Student Ph.D./M.Phil Thesis Title Abstracts
2000 Peng Shiyong Ph.D. An Analysis of Cultural Influence on Conflict Management in Foreign-invested Enterprises in Mainland China
2001 Man Chi Wai Charles M.Phil Adoption of E-commerce by the Service Industry in Hong Kong: A Communication Behaviour Approach
2003 Tan Yue M.Phil Causes and Covariates of News Credibility Perceived by Chinese Audiences: An Experimental Study
2004 Fan Xiaojiang M.Phil The Effects on Homepage Design of Chinese Online Newspapers on Reader's Reading Patterns
2005 Zhou Yuqiong Ph.D. The Interplay Between Chinese Journalists and the Internet: Diffusion, Use, and Effects of the internet
2006 Shi Lin M.Phil Official and Popular Discourses: Taiwan's Opposition Leaders' Visits to Mainland China
2006 Tong Jingjing Ph.D. Competition Among Interpersonal Media: The Impact of Rational, Relational, Social, and Individual Factors on Media Choice
2007 Lai Hiu Man Debby Ph.D. Internet Piracy - A User Behavioral Perspective
2008 An Qi M.Phil The Influence of Desperate Housewives on Chinese College Female Students' Perspectives Toward Relationship
2008 Chan Che Ming M.Phil Just CC Everyone! The Role of Communication Channel in Social Capital Mobilization
2008 Cui Li M.Phil Empowerment from Super Girls' Voice for Female College Students in China
2008 Jiang Shujun Ph.D. Who Decides? Individual, Organizational, Political, and Market Influences on News Content in a Chinese Newspaper
2008 Pan Xiaohui Ph.D. Globality and Broadcasting Media in China -- Measurements and Media impact
2008 Peng Taiquan Ph.D. Intentional Adoption, Usage Automaticity, and Attitudinal Dynamics: An Evolving Triadic Model of Internet Behaviors and Perceptions
2008 Yang Yinjuan Ph.D. Marketized Media in China: Bargaining with the State and Rent Seekers -- The Case of the Guangzhou Press
2008 Zhang Jinguang M.Phil Re-examining the Motive of Self-enhancement in People's Message Effects Perceptions: A Social Identity Perspective
2009 Huang Hui M.Phil Effect of Financial News on Investors' Trading Behavior
2009 Li Hongtao Ph.D. State, Danwei, and Knowledge Production in China: A Study of Academic Journals in Communication
2009 Li Linbo M.Phil Determinants of Message Salience in Blogosphere - An Examination of the Framing Effects in Web2.0 Context
2009 Qian Li M.Phil Corporate Blogs: New Opportunities for the Organizational Crisis Response
2009 Wu Zhuoyun M.Phil Anonymity, Private Self-Awareness & Online Self-Disclosure - An Examination for Blogging Activities
2009 Yan Yan Ph.D. Coorientation between Hong Kong and Mainland Journalists on the Integration of Hong Kong and Mainland China
2010 Song Jing Ph.D. National Elite Media Discourses on Globalization: Comparing China with India
2010 Lin Gong Cheng Ph.D. How Journalists Use Blogs: The Impact of Blogs on the Development of Journalistic Professionalism in China

2010

Zhang Wei M. Phil Discursive Contestation in China's Marketized Media: Coverage of the Torch Relay Incident in Beijing Olympics
2011 Huang Shunming Ph.D. Manufacturing Professional Honor: Journalism Award Institution as Social Control in China
2011 Zhang Lun Ph.D. Growth Model of Online Friendship and Individual, Dyadic, and Network Determinants
2012 Song Yunya Ph.D. Shifting Prisms of China: U.S. Correspondents as an Interpretive Community, 1972-2000
2012 Cui Li Ph.D. Stardom in the View of Media Power: Reproduction of Media Power in the Case of Li Yuchun
2012 Wu Ling Fei Ph.D. Understanding the Rise of Web 2.0 Sites: Beyond the Debate between "Mediacide" and "Mediamorphorsis"
2012 Li Ying Ph.D. How Temporal Frame and Social Distance Influcence College Female Students' Intension To Vaccinate Against Human Papillomavirus 
2013 Zhang Xinzhi Ph.D. Social Networking Sites Use, Political Attitudes, and Political Participation: A Comparison of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan
2013 Yi Yan Ph.D. Press Conference with Chinese Characteristics: Institution, Ritual and Symbolism
2013 Lu Heng Ph.D. The Sustainability of User-generated Content: Understanding Continuance and Switching Produsage Behavior