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Department of Media and Communication Center for Communication Research


BSc (University College London, UK), PhD (University of Michigan, US)

Associate Professor

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Contact Information

Office: M5089
Phone: +(852) 3442 8990
Fax: +(852) 3442 0228
Email: mskoric@cityu.edu.hk
Personal CV: Personal CV
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Academic Profile

CityU Scholar

Research Interests

  • New Media and Social Change
  • Political Participation and Civic Engagement
  • Environmental Communication
Marko M. Skoric is Associate Professor at the Department of Media and Communication. Previously, he was Assistant Professor at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He holds a Ph.D. in Communication from the University of Michigan, and a B.Sc. in Psychology from the University College London, UK. Marko’s teaching and research interests are focused on new media and social change, with a particular emphasis on the civic and political implications of new communication technologies.

Marko's research has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as the Asian Journal of Communication, Communication Monographs, CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking, Computers in Human Behavior, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, New Media & Society, and Political Communication. His work has been presented at numerous international conferences, including AEJMC, IAMCR, ICA, ICWSM, HICSS, NCA, and CeDEM.

Dr. Skoric is a member of the editorial boards of Communication Research, Communication Studies, Human Communication Research, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, and New Media & Society. He also chairs the International Conference for e-Democracy and Open Government Asia (CeDEM Asia) and New Media and Citizenship in Asia series of International Communication Association (ICA) preconferences.

His research and commentary have been featured in international news media, including The BBC, The Economist and The Washington Post, and his study on video games cited by the Supreme Court of the United States (Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Assn).