Data and Journalism Practice
We systematically investigate the changing relationships among journalists, sources and audiences in the digital era in response to new challenges in journalism education.
Senior Lecturer & Associate Head of Department of Journalism
Associate Professor of Practice & Director of Institute for Journalism and Society
Assistant Professor & Associate Head of Department of Journalism
Research Assistant Professor
Associate Professor & Director of AI and Media Research Lab
Research Assistant Professor
Wang, Dan, Vincent Lei Huang, and Steve Zhongshi Guo. 2020. “Malleable Multiplicity and Power Reliance: Identity Presentation by Chinese Journalists on Social Media.” Digital Journalism, 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2020.1832900
Ku, K. Y. L., Kong, S. Q., Song, Y., Deng, L. P., Kang, Y., & Hu, A. 2019. What Predicts Adolescents’ Critical Thinking about Real-life News? The Roles of Social Media News Consumption and News Media Literacy. Thinking Skills and Creativity.
Lee, F. L. F. & Zhang, Y. 2019. A Network Analytic Approach to Selective Consumption of Newspapers: The Impact of Politics, Market, and Technology. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. doi.org/10.1177/1077699019858988
Lo, Wai Han, Benson Shu Yan Lam, and Meily Mei Fung Cheung. 2019. The Dynamics of Political Elections: A Big Data Analysis of Intermedia Framing Between Social Media and News Media. Social Science Computer Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0894439319876593
Luqiu, Luwei Rose. 2020. “Female Journalists Covering the Hong Kong Protests Confront Ambivalent Sexism on the Street and in the Newsroom.” Feminist Media Studies, 1–19. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2020.1842481
Salaudeen, Mistura Adebusola, and Ngozi Onyechi. 2020. “Digital Media vs Mainstream Media: Exploring the Influences of Media Exposure and Information Preference as Correlates of Media Credibility.” Cogent Arts & Humanities 7 (1). https://doi.org/10.1080/23311983.2020.1837461
Song, Y., Lee, C. C., & Huang, Z. 2019. The News Prism of Nationalism versus Globalism: How does the US, UK and Chinese Elite Press Cover ‘China’s rise’?. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, DOI: 1464884919847143
Song, Yunya, and Ran Xu. 2018. Affective Ties That Bind- Investigating The Affordances Of Social Networking Sites For Commemoration Of Traumatic Events. Social Science Computer Review. doi:10.1177/0894439318770960
Song, Y., & Wu, Y. 2018. Tracking the Viral Spread of Incivility on Social Networking Sites: The Case of Cursing in Online Discussions of Hong Kong–Mainland China Conflict. Communication and the Public, 3(1), 46-61.
Song, Y., & Lee, C.-C. 2017. ‘Collective Memories’ of Global Media Events: Anniversary Journalism of the Berlin Wall and Tiananmen Crackdown in the Anglo-American Elite Press, 1990–2014. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, DOI: 10.1177/1464884917720304
Song, Y., Lu, Y., Chang, T. K., & Huang, Y. 2017. Polls in an Authoritarian Space: Reporting and Representing Public Opinion in China. Asian Journal of Communication, 27(4), 339–356
Song, Y. & Zhang, Y. 2017. What can Software Tell us about Media Coverage and Public Opinion? An Analysis of Political News Posts and Audience Comments on Facebook by Computerized Method (Chapter 18). In Ciampaglia, G. L., Mashhadi, A. J., & Yasseri, T. (eds.), Social Informatics 2017, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10540, pp.230–241.
Song, Y., & Lee, C.-C. 2016. Perceiving Different Chinas: Paradigm Change in the “Personalized Journalism” of Elite U.S. Journalists, 1976–1989. International Journal of Communication, 10, 4460–4479.