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Participations: Dialogues on the Participatory Promise of Contemporary Culture and Politics
(University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, 2014-12)
Talking to the Broadcasters on Twitter: Networked Gatekeeping in Twitter Conversations with Journalists
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014-03)
Drawn upon the theory of networked gatekeeping, this study describes how citizens engage Twitter conversations with journalists and illustrates the power dynamic between traditional gatekeepers (journalists) and the gated ...
The Duality of Structure in China’s National Television Market: A Network Analysis of Audience Behavior
(Taylor and Francis, 2011-05)
This study adapts Giddens’ structuration theory to assess audience agency and its relationship with media structures. It employs network analysis to examine the co-evolution of audience duplication patterns and elements ...
Online Journalism in Social Transformations - A Community Structure Approach
(Taylor & Francis, 2013-02)
This framing and discourse analysis documents the news coverage of a fire in Shanghai by the Chinese press, represented by a party-organ newspaper and three metro dailies. The findings illustrate the way commercial metro ...
From “Perpetual Contact” to Contextualized Mobility: Mobile Phones for Social Relations in Chinese Society
(Taylor & Francis, 2012-08)
This study charts culturally-shaped mobile communication in Chinese society. It finds that Chinese mobile users maintain an open network of contacts comprising not only private relations but work relations and peripheral ...
Audience Duplication and Its Determinants: A Study in the Multi-channel and Multi-culture Television Market in Guangzhou
(Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), 2010-05)
This study examines audience duplication, the extent to which the audience of one program also watches the other, and its determinants. Using peoplemeter data from Guangzhou, a multi-channel and multi-cultural television ...
News Consumption Across Multiple Media Platforms: A Repertoire Approach
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
The recent trend of media convergence poses serious challenges to existing theoretical frameworks, such as uses and gratifications and the agenda setting theory, for media choice and effects. This study adopts a repertoire ...
The unbearable lightness of information and the impossible gravitas of knowledge: Big Data and the makings of a digital orality
(SAGE Publications, 2015)
This essay is written in response and extension to the thoughts offered by danah boyd and Kate Crawford on whether Big Data change how we define knowledge. I suggest that they do not, but they do reinforce and reproduce ...
An Ecological Approach to Privacy: “Doing” Online Privacy at Midlife
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014-10-02)
Though a complex behavior, online privacy regulation has been considered by social media researchers to be a function of making information available or in the enactment of privacy controls, resulting in a perceived ...
Why We Share: A Uses and Gratifications Approach to Privacy Regulation in Social Media Use
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-01-02)
The contradiction between the stated preferences of social media users toward privacy and actual privacy behaviors has suggested a willingness to trade privacy regulation for social goals. This study employs data from a ...