Department of Media and Communication Center for Communication Research

Ph.D. Studies in Communication

SSCI/SCI publications by PhD students during study period since 2008

  1. Huang, Y.-H. C., & Cai, Q. (forthcoming). Negotiating disciplines: A model of integrative public relations from a conflict-resolution perspective. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research. (SSCI)
  2. Davidson, B., & Kobayashi, T. (2022). The effect of message modality on memory for political disinformation: Lessons from the 2021 US capitol riots. Computers in Human Behavior, 107241. (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Experimental)
  3. Liu, Y., Huang, L., Yan, W., Wang, X., & Zhang, R. (2022). Privacy in AI and the IoT: The Privacy Concerns of Smart Speaker Users and the Personal Information Protection Law in China. Telecommunications Policy46(7), [102334].  (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  4. Chen, L., Liu, Y., Jiang, X., Fu, L., & Zhu, Y. (2022). How does media attention affect parental response behaviors to telecommunication fraud? Based on the influence of presumed media influence model. Current Psychology (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  5. Chen, L., & Fu, L. (2022). Let's fight the infodemic: the third-person effect process of misinformation during public health emergencies. Internet Research (Q1 in SCIE-Computer Science, Information Systems)
  6. Yu, W., Shen, F., & Min, C.(2022). Correcting science misinformation in an authoritarian country: An experiment from China. Telematics and Informatics66, [101749]. (Q1 in SSCI-Information Science & Library Science)
  7. Chu, T. H., Yeo, T. E. D., & Su, Y. (2022). Effects of Exposure to COVID-19 News and Information: A Meta-Analysis of Media Use and Uncertainty-Related Responses During the Pandemic. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly99(1), 89–112. (Q1 in SSCI- Communication)
  8. Huang, G., Sun, M., & Jiang, L. C. (2022). Core social network size is associated with physical activity participation for fitness app users: The role of social comparison and social support. Computers in Human Behavior129, [107169]. (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Experimental)
  9. Guan, L., Zhang, Y., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2021). Predicting information exposure and continuous consumption: self-level interest similarity, peer-level interest similarity and global popularity. Online Information Review (Q3 in SCIE- Computer Science, Information Systems)
  10. Yu, W., & Shen, F. (2021). The relationship between online political participation and privacy protection: evidence from 10 Asian societies of different levels of cybersecurity. Behaviour and Information Technology (Q2 in SSCI-Ergonomics)
  11. Shen, F., & Yu, W. (2021). Reducing political polarization in Hong Kong: A pilot experiment of deliberation. Japanese Journal of Political Science, 22(4), 233-247. (Q4 in SSCI-Political Science)
  12. Wang, Y., Cheng, Y., & Sun, J. (2021). When public relations meets social media: A systematic review of social media related public relations research from 2006 to 2020. Public Relations Review47(4), [102081]. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  13. Sun, Y., & Sun, M. (2021). How peer influence mediates the effects of video games playing on adolescents’ aggressive behavior. Children and Youth Services Review130, [106225]. (Q1 in SSCI-Social Work)
  14. Lu, F., & Sun, Y. (2021). COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: The effects of combining direct and indirect online opinion cues on psychological reactance to health campaigns. Computers in Human Behavior. (Q1 in SSCI- Psychology, Experimental)
  15. Jang, Y., & Park, E. (2021). Satisfied or Not: User Experience of Mobile Augmented Reality in Using Natural Language Processing Techniques on Review Comments. Virtual Reality. (Q1 in SCIE-Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications)
  16. Wu, Y., Zhang, L., Wang, J., & Mou, Y. (2021). Communicating air quality index information: Effects of different styles on individuals’ risk perception and precaution intention. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health18(19), [10542]. (Q1 in SSCI-Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
  17. Mou, Y., Cui, Y., Wang, J., Wu, Y., Li, Z., & Wu, Y. (2021). Perceiving sexual harassment and #metoo social media campaign among Chinese female college students. Journal of Gender Studies, 31(2), 178–192. (Q2 in SSCI-Social Issues)
  18. Shi, Y., Liu, R., Yu, H., Fu, Z., & Guo, W. (2021). Sexual debut among college students in China: Effects of family context. Journal of Biosocial Science, 1-20. (Q3 in SSCI-Social Sciences, Biomedical)
  19. Lu, F., Chia, S. C., Sun, Y. (2021). Tracking the Influence of Misinformation on Elderly People’s Perceptions and Intention to Accept COVID-19 Vaccines. Health Communication. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  20. Oktavianus, J., Davidson, B., Guan, L. (2021). Framing and counter-framing in online collective actions: The case of LGBT protests in a Muslim nation. Information, Communication & Society. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  21. Ai, M., & MASOOD, M. (2021). De-Westernization in Journalism: A Content and Network Analysis of BRICS Journalism. Scientometrics. (Q1 in SSCI-Information Science & Library Science)
  22. Yu, W., Shen, F., (2021). Does Fact-Checking Habit Promote COVID-19 Knowledge During the Pandemic? Evidence from China. Public Health, 196, 85-90. (Q2 in SSCI-Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
  23. Liu, Y., Yan, W., & Hu, B. (2021). Resistance to facial recognition payment in China: The influence of privacy-related factors. Telecommunications Policy45(5), [102155]. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  24. Shen, F., Min, C., Lu, Y., & Chu, Y. (2021). The effect of cognition and affect on preventive behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic: a cross-sectional study in China. BMC Public Health21, [722]. (SCIE-Q2 in Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
  25. Chen, Q., Zhang, Y., Evans, R., & Min, C. (2021). Why Do Citizens Share COVID‐19 Fact‐Checks Posted by Chinese Government Social Media Accounts? The Elaboration Likelihood Model. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health18(19), [10058]. (Q1 in SSCI-Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
  26. Min, C., Shen, F., & Yu, W. (2021). Removing Incivility from Google: What determines the number of government content take-down requests? Government Information Quarterly38(1), [101542]. (Q1 in SSCI-Information Science & Library Science)
  27. Min, C., Shen, F., & Chu, Y. (2021). Examining the relationship between knowledge and attitude extremity on genetic engineering technology: A conceptual replication study from China. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 75, [101585]. (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  28. Chen, Q., Min, C., Zhang, W., Ma, X., & Evans, R. (2021). Factors Driving Citizen Engagement With Government TikTok Accounts During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Model Development and Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 23(2), [e21463]. (Q1 in SCIE-Medical Informatics)
  29. Zhang, Y. F., Wang, L., Zhu, J. J. H., & Wang, X. F. (2021). Conspiracy vs science: A large-scale analysis of online discussion cascades. World Wide Web. 24(2), 585-606. (SCIE)
  30. Waruwu, B. K. (2021). Smartphone mothering and mediated family display: Transnational family practices in polymedia environment among Indonesian mothers in Hong Kong, Mobile Media & Communication, (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  31. Sun, Y., Oktavianus, J., Wang, S., & Lu, F. (2021) The Role of Influence of Presumed Influence and Anticipated Guilt in Evoking Social Correction of COVID-19 Misinformation, Health Communication, (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  32. Dai, Y., Yu, W., Shen, F. (2021). The Effects of Message Order and Debiasing Information in Misinformation Correction. International Journal of Communication, v.15, p.21.  (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  33. Min, C., Shen, F., Yu, W., & Chu, Y. (2020). The relationship between government trust and preventive behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic in China: Exploring the roles of knowledge and negative emotion. Preventive Medicine141, [106288]. (Q1 in SCIE- Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
  34. Sun, M., & Jiang, L. C. (2020). Interpersonal influences on self-management in the eHealth era: Predicting the uses of eHealth tools for self-care in America. Health and Social Care in the Community. (Q2 in SSCI-Public, Environmental & Occupational Health)
  35. Sun, Y., Chia, S. C., Lu, F., & Oktavianus, J. (2020). The Battle is On: Factors that Motivate People to Combat Anti-Vaccine Misinformation. Health Communication. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  36. Chu, T. H. (2020). A meta-analytic review of the relationship between social media use and employee outcomes. Telematics and Informatics50, [101379]. (Q1 in SSCI-Information Science & Library Science)
  37. Chu, T. H., Su, Y., Kong, H., Shi, J., & Wang, X. (2020). Online social support for intimate partner violence victims in China: quantitative and automatic content analysis. Violence Against Women. (Q1 in SSCI-Womens Studies)
  38. Chu, T. H., & Yeo, T. E. D. (2020). Rethinking mediated political engagement: social media ambivalence and disconnective practices of politically active youths in Hong Kong. Chinese Journal of Communication13(2), 148–164.  (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  39. Wang, Y., & Guan, L. (2020). Mapping the structures of international communication organizations’ networks and cross-sector relationships on social media and exploring their antecedents. Public Relations Review46(4), [101951]. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  40. Kasadha, J. (2020). Digitizing community building and reconciliation in post-conflict communities: a case of #Let’sTalkUganda in Northern Uganda. Social Media and Society6(2), 1-13. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  41. Wang, S. (2020). The influence of anonymity and incivility on perceptions of user comments on news websites. Mass Communication and Society. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  42. Wang, S., & Kim, K. J. (2020). Restrictive and corrective responses to uncivil user comments on news websites: The influence of presumed influence. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  43. Wang, S. (2020). Standing up or standing by: Bystander intervention in cyberbullying on social media. New Media & Society. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  44. Wang, S., & Kim, K. J. (2020). Consumer response to negative celebrity publicity: The effects of moral reasoning strategies and fan identification. Journal of Product and Brand Management29(1), 114-123. (Q3 in SSCI-Business)
  45. Waruwu, B. K., Tandoc Jr., E. C., Duffy, A., Kim, N., & Ling, R. (2020). Telling lies together? Sharing news as a form of social authentication. New Media & Society. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  46. Wu, Y., & Shen, F. (2020). Negativity makes us polarized: a longitudinal study of media tone and opinion polarization in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Communication30(3-4), 199-220.  (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  47. Zhang, Y. F., Wang, L., Zhu, J. J. H., & Wang, X. F. (2020). Viral vs. broadcast: Characterizing the virality and growth of cascades. EPL (Europhysics Letters)131(2), 28002. (Q2 in SCI-Physics Multidisciplinary).
  48. Peng, T. Q., Zhou, Y. X., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2020). From filled to empty time intervals: Quantifying online behaviors with digital traces. Communication Methods and Measures. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  49. Min, C., & Shen, F. (2020). Grievances, resources, or values? Predicting online citizen-initiated government contacts in China. Telematics and Informatics, [101479]. (Q1 in SSCI-Information Science & Library Science)
  50. Chen, Q., Min, C., Zhang, W., Wang, G., Ma, X., & Evans, R. (2020). Unpacking the black box: How to promote citizen engagement through government social media during the COVID-19 crisis. Computers in Human Behavior110, [106380]. (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology Multidisciplinary)
  51. Wang, X., & Kobayashi, T. (2020). Nationalism and political system justification in China: differential effects of traditional and new media. Chinese Journal of Communication. (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  52. Zhang, N., & Skoric, M. M. (2020). Getting their Voice Heard: Chinese Environmental NGO’s Weibo Activity and Information Sharing. Environmental Communication14(6), 844–858.  (Q2 in SSCI-Communication).
  53. Chu, T. H., & Yeo, T. E. D. (2019). Rethinking mediated political engagement: social media ambivalence and disconnective practices of politically active youths in Hong Kong. Chinese Journal of Communication. (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  54. Skoric, M. M., & Zhang, N. (2019). Opinion Leadership, Media Use, and Environmental Engagement in China. International Journal of Communication13, 4602-4623. [link to the article] (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  55. Guan, L., Peng, T., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2019). Who is tracking health on mobile devices: A behavioral logfile analysis in Hong Kong, JMIR mHealth and uHealth. 7(5), [13679]. (Q1 in SCI-Medical Informatics)
  56. Zhu, J, J, H., Zhou, Y.Guan, L., Hou, L., Shen, A., Lu, H. (2019). Applying user analytics to uses and effects of social media in China. Asian Journal of Communication, 29:3, 291-306. (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  57. Zhang, N., Skoric, M. M. (2019). Making the news: environmental NGOs and their media visibility in China. Chinese Journal of Communication12(4), 395-413. (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  58. Zhu, J. J. H., Chen, H. X., Peng, T. Q., Liu, X. F., Dai, H. X. (2018). How to measure sessions of mobile phone use? Quantification, evaluation, and applications. Mobile Media and Communication, 6(2), 02 February 2018, 215-232. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  59. Xia, C. L., & Shen, F. (2018). Political participation in Hong Kong: The roles of news media and online alternative media", International Journal of Communication, 12, 1569-1590. [link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  60. Wasserman H., & Madrid-Morales, D. (2018). How influential are Chinese media in Africa? An audience analysis in Kenya and South Africa. International Journal of Communication, 12, 2212–2231 [link to the article] . (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  61. Madrid-Morales, D., & Gorfinkel, L. (2018). Narratives of contemporary Africa on China global television network’s documentary series faces of Africa. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 53(6), 917-931. (Q3 in SSCI-Development)
  62. Zhu, Q., Skoric, M., & Peng, TQ. (2018). Citizens’ use of the Internet and public service delivery: A longitudinal study of the first-level administrative divisions in China (1997-2014). International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age (IJPADA), 5(3), 32-42. (Q3 in SSCI-Public Administration)
  63. Skoric, M., Zhu, Q. & Lin, J.-H. (2018). What predicts selective avoidance on social media? A study of political unfriending in Hong Kong and Taiwan. American Behavioral Scientist, 62(8) 1097-1115. (Q1 in SSCI-Sociology and Political Science)
  64. Zhang, N. & Skoric, M.M. (2018). Media use and environmental engagement: examining differential gains from news media and social media. International Journal of Communication, 12, 380-403. [link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  65. Madrid-Morales, D., Wasserman H. (2017). Chinese media engagement in South Africa: What is its impact on local journalism? Journalism Studies, 10.01.2017, 1-18. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  66. Song, Y., Lu, Y., Chang, T. & Huang, Y. (2017). Polls in an authoritarian space: reporting and representing public opinion in China. Asian Journal of Communication, 27(4), 339-356. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  67. Kasadha, J. (2017). Information technology to support digitally networked action in developing economies: A case of Nyanzi's #Pads4GirlsUg campaign. The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries84(1), [e12009]. (Q3 in CSIS-Information System)
  68. Zeng, Y. (2017). Detached disseminator, populist watchdog and facilitative change agent: The professional role perception of foreign correspondents in China. Journalism19(9-10), 1397–1416.  (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  69. Zhu, Q., Skoric, M., & Shen, F. (2017). I shield myself from thee: Selective avoidance on social media during political protests. Political Communication34(1), 112-131. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  70. Liu, Q., Yao, M. Z., Yang, M., & Tu, C. (2017). Predicting users' privacy boundary management strategies on facebook. Chinese Journal of Communication. 10(3), 295-311 (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  71. Jiang, L. C., Yang, M., & Wang, C. J. (2016) Self-disclosure to parents in emerging adulthood examining the roles of perceived parental responsiveness and separation–individuation. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 34(4), 425-445 (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  72. Jiang, L. C. & Gong, W. (2016). Counteracting the indirect influence: The responses of single Chinese women to prejudicial media portrayals of single womanhood. Chinese Journal of Communication9(3), 215-231. (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  73. Skoric, M., Zhu, Q., & Pang, N. (2016). Social media, political expression, and participation in Confucian Asia. Chinese Journal of Communication, 9(4), 331-347. (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  74. Skoric, M., Zhu, Q., Goh, D., & Pang, N. (2016). Social media and citizen engagement: A meta-analytic review. New Media and Society18(9), 1817-1839. (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  75. Zhang, X., & Lin, W.Y. (2016). Hanging together or not? Impacts of social media use and organisational membership on individual and collective political actions. International Political Science Review. (Q2 in SSCI-Political Science)
  76. Skoric, M., & Zhu, Q. (2015). Social media and offline political participation: Uncovering the paths from digital to physical. International Journal of Public Opinion Research28(3), 415-427. (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  77. Zhu, Q. (2015). Citizen-driven international networks and globalization of social movements on Twitter. Social Science Computer Review. (Q1 in SSCI-Social Sciences Interdisciplinary)
  78. Bernadas, M. J., & Jiang, L. C. (2015). Of and beyond medical consequences”: Exploring health information scanning and seeking behaviors of Filipino domestic service workers in Hong Kong. Health Care For Women International, 37(8), 855-871. (Q2 in SSCI-Womens Studies)
  79. Lin, W.Y., Zhang, X., Song, H.Y., & Omori, K. (2015). Health information seeking in the Web 2.0 age: Trust in social media, uncertainty reduction, and self-disclosure. Computers in Human Behavior56, 289-294. (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  80. Gong, W. Q.Tu, C. X., & Jiang, L. C. (2015). Stigmatized portrayals of single women: A content analysis of news coverage on single women and single men in China. Journal of Gender Studies. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SSCI-Women Studies)
  81. Cao, B. L., & Lin, W.Y. (2015). How do victims react to cyberbullying on social networking sites? The influence of previous cyberbullying victimization experiences. Computers in Human Behavior. 52, 458-465. (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  82. Qin, J., & Peng, T. Q. (2015). Googling environmental issues: Web search queries as a measurement of public attention on environmental issues. Internet Research, 26(1):57-73. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SSCI-Business)
  83. Zhang, X. Z. (2015). Voting with dollars: A cross-polity and multilevel analysis of political consumerism. International Journal of Consumer Studies. 39(5), 422-436 [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Business)
  84. Zhang, L., & Peng, T. Q. (2015). Breadth, depth and speed: Diffusion of advertising messages on microblogging sites. Internet Research, 25(3), 453-470. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SCI-Computer Science, Information Systems)
  85. Qin, J.(2015). Hero on Twitter, traitor on news: How social media and legacy news frame Snowden. International Journal of Press/Politics, 20(2), 166-184 [Link to the article] (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  86. Liu, J. & Yao, Z.Y. (2015). How to play the game of intellectual property rights in China: The impact of party affiliation and media location on the use of media frames. Asian Journal of Communication, 25(4), 371-392  [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  87. Lin, F., Chang, T.-K., & Zhang, X. Z. (2015). After the spillover effect: News flows and power relations in Chinese mainstream media. Asian Journal of Communication 25(3), 235-254 [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  88. Zhang, L., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2014). Regularity and variability: Growth patterns of online friendships. International Journal of Web Services Research, 11(4), 19-31. [Link to the article] (Q4 in SCI-Computer Science, Information Systems)
  89. Liang, H. (2014). The organizational principles of online political discussion: A relational event stream model for analysis of web forum deliberation. Human Communication Research, 40(4), 483-507. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  90. Tu, J. W. & Lee, T. (2014). The effects of media use and interpersonal contacts on the stereotyping of lesbians and gay men in China. Journal of Homosexuality, 61(7), 980-1002. [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  91. Jiang, L. C., Wang, Z. Z., Peng, T. Q., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2014). The divided communities of shared concerns: Mapping the intellectual structure of e-Health research in social science journals. International Journal of Medical Informatics.  [Link to the article] (Q1 in SCI-Medical Informatics)
  92. Shen, F., & Liang, H. (2014). Cultural difference, social values, or political systems? Predicting willingness to engage in online political discussion in 75 societies. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  93. Liang, H. (2014). Coevolution of political discussion and common ground in web discussion forum. Social Science Computer Review, 32(2), 155-169. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Social Sciences Interdisciplinary)
  94. Shen, F. & Liang, H. (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. [Link to the article] (Q4 in SSCI-Communication)
  95. Wang, Z. Z., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2014). Homophily versus preferential attachment: Evolutionary mechanisms of scientific collaboration networks. International Journal of Modern Physics C, 25 (5), 1440014. [Link to the article] (Q4 in SCI-Mathematical Physics)
  96. Zhang, X. Z. & Lin, W.-Y. (2014). Political participation in an unlikely place: How individuals engage in politics through social networking sites in China. International Journal of Communication, 8, 21-42.  [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  97. Qin, J. (2014). Food and binary oppositions in the Chinese meal system. Society. 51(1), 35-39. [Link to the article] (Q4 in SSCI-Social Sciences Interdisciplinary)
  98. Zhang, L., Peng, T. Q., Zhang, Y. P., Wang, X. H., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2014). Content or context: Which matters more in information processing on microblogging sites? Computers in Human Behavior, 31, 242-249. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  99. Wang, C. J.Wang, P. P., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2013). Discussing occupying Wall Street on Twitter: Longitudinal network analysis of equality, emotion, and stability. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16(9), 679-685. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  100. Zhang, J., & Wu, L. F. (2013): Allometry and dissipation of ecological flow networks. PLoS ONE 8(9): e72525. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SCI-Multidisciplinary Science)
  101. Wu, L. F., & Zhang, J. (2013). The decentralized flow structure of clickstreams on the web. European Physical Journal B, 86(6), 266. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SCI-Physics, Condensed Matter)
  102. Lin, W. Y., Zhang, X. Z., Jung, J.-Y., & Kim, Y.-C. (2013). From the wired to wireless generation? Investigating teens’ Internet use through the mobile phone. Telecommunications Policy. 37(8), 651-661. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  103. Peng, T. Q., & Wang, Z. Z. (2013). Network closure, brokerage, and structural influence of journals: A longitudinal study of journal citation network in Internet research (2000-2010). Scientometrics, 97(3), 675-693. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Informaton Science and Library Science)
  104. Peng, T. Q., Zhang, L., Zhong, Z. J., & Zhu, J. J. H. (2013). Mapping the landscape of Internet studies: Text mining of social science journal articles 2000-2009. New Media & Society. 15(5), 644-664. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Communication)
  105. Song, Y. Y. (2012). Shifting journalistic paradigms of American correspondents on contemporary China: The case of Orville Schell. Public Relations Review, 38(5), 796–798. [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  106. Yi, Y., & Chang, T. K. (2012). Institutionalizing public relations in China: A sociological analysis of the Chinese premier's press conference.Public Relations Review. 38(5), 711-722. [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  107. Song, Y. Y., & Chang, T. K. (2012). Legitimizing ruptures of development trajectories: Party press discourse on rural society in transitional China, 1997–2006. International Journal of Press/Politics, 17(3), 316-340. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  108. Peng T. Q., Zhu, J. J. H., Tong, J. J., & Jiang, S. J. (2012). Predicting Internet nonusers' adoption intention and adoption behavior: A panel study of theory of planned behavior. Information, Communication & Society. 15(8), 1236-1257. [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  109. Zhong, Z. J. (2011). The effects of collective MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games) play on gamers' online and offline social capital. Computers in Human Behavior, 27 (6), 2352-2363. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Psychology, Multidisciplinary)
  110. Wu, L. F., & Zhang, J. (2011) Accelerating growth and size-dependent distribution of human online activities. Physical Review E, 84(2), 026113, 1-5. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SCI-Physics, Mathematical)
  111. Li, H. T. (2011). Anonymous review as strategic ritual: Examining the rise of anonymous review among mainland Chinese communication journals. Asian Journal of Communication, 21(6), 595-612. [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  112. Song, Y. Y., & Chang, T. K. (2011). Selecting daily newspapers for content analysis in China. Journalism Studie. 13(3), 356-369. [Link to the article] (Q3 in SSCI-Communication)
  113. Wu, L. F. (2011). The accelerating growth of online tagging systems. European Physical Journal B. 83(2), 283-287. [Link to the article] (Q2 in SCI-Physics, Condensed Matter)
  114. Zhu, J. J. H., Mo, Q., Wang, F., & Lu, H. (2011). A random digit search (RDS) method for sampling of blogs and other user-generated content. Social Science Computer Review, 29(3), 327-339. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Social Sciences Interdisciplinary)
  115. Lee, C. C., Li, H. T., Lee, F. L. F. (2011). Symbolic use of decisive events: Tiananmen as a news icon in the editorials of the elite U.S. press. International Journal of Press/Politics, 16(3), 335-356 [Link to the article] . (Q2 in SSCI-Communication)
  116. Zhong, Z. J. (2011). From access to usage: the divide of self-reported digital skills among adolescents.Computers and Education, 56(3), 736-746. [Link to the article] (Q1 in SSCI-Education & Educational Research)
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