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LIN-LIN, KU (谷玲玲)

Associate Professor and Director

Contact Number: (02)33663122
E-mail:linlinku@gmail.com

Teaching Field: Statistics for Communication Studies, IT and Information Society, News Writing in English, Media Internship
Research Expertise: Communication Technology, Media Management, Cyber Communications, Mass Communication

 
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CHIN-HUA, CHANG (張錦華)

Professor

Contact Number: (02)33663121
E-mail:cchwa@ntu.edu.tw

Teaching Field: 

  1. Theories of Mass Communication     
  2. Critical Communication Theories
  3. Qualitative Communication Research Methods   
  4. Multiculturalism and Ethnic Communication Studies   
  5. Media Criticism of Feminism
  6. China News Research

Research Expertise: Theories of Mass Communication, Qualitative Communication Research Methods, Multiculturalism and Communication Studies

Major Present positions

Board member, Excellent Journalism Award (2011~)

Councilor, Population and Gender Studies Center, NTU (2013~)

Councilor, Satellite News Channels Self-regulation Committee (2006~)

Major Past position

Director, Graduate Institute of Journalism, NTU

Director, Population and Gender Studies Center (2004~2007, 2011~2014)

Chief Editor, Chinese Journal of Communication Research (TSSCI, 2009-2010)

Chair,Chinese Communication Society (2002-2004)

Committee Member,Human Right  Committee of Administrative Yuan, ROC (2008-2009)

Board Member,Indigenous People’s Culture Foundation (2009-2012)

Committee Member, Committee of Gender Equity, Ministry of Culture, ROC (2012-2014)

Education

1982/8~1989/1 Ph. D. School of  Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Iowa

1977/8~1980/1 MA. Department of Journalism, NCCU

1973/8~1977/6 BA. Department of Foreign Language and Literature, NTU)

Honors and awards

Distinguished Teacher Award of National Taiwan University , 2011.

Research programs granted by National Science Council, Taiwan, 2001- 2011. Research grants by National Science Council and various institutions, Taiwan, 1988-2015.

Publications

[A] Periodical papers (Recent 10 years)

  • How different newspapers cover Xingjian conflicts from human right perspective? A frame analysis of 10 newspapers from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Britain and Unites States. Mass Communication Research, 2015, no. 125: 1~52. (Coauthored with Wan Hsin,Chen)
  • A Comparative Study of the 2003 Anti-Deregulation Movement in US and the 2011-2013 Anti-Media Monopoly Movement in Taiwan. Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 2013,3(2), pp. 27-63.
  • The Construction of the Indigenous Perspectives: A Review of the 2010 and 2011 Neofelis Nebulosa Journalism Award. First People’s Culture Communication Research Journal, 2012, No. 3: 4-35. (Coauthored with Yang, Jao-Yen)
  • Analysis of the News Placement and Coverage of Three Chinese Buying Groups by Taiwan's Four Main Newspapers from the Perspective of van Dijk's Discourse and Manipulation Theory. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 2011, pp. 65-93.
  • Is “The Budget Act” Article 62-1 Amendment Enough? –Suggestions about How to Regulate Government Messages. The Journalist Forum-National Taiwan University, 2011. No. 10. Pp. 87-105. (coauthored with Lihyun, Lin)
  • The Case of “Jao-Wei Meal” Video Scandal by Taiwan TV Channels. The Journalist Forum-National Taiwan University, 2007, No. 7: 109-125.  (Coauthored with Ho, J. H. etc.)
  • Networks and News: Reexamination on Ties between Reporters and Sources from the Perspective of Social Capital and Agency Theory. Chinese Journal of Communication Research. 2006. No. 10: 195-231. (Coauthored with Lo, YuChieh)
  • Multiculturalism Course and Structural Criticism. Chinese Journal of Communication Research. 2005. No. 7: 17-29.

[B] Books

  • Multiculturalism and Ethnic Communication Rights- the Case of Taiwan’s Indigenous Peopls. Taipei: Liming Book Co.  
  • Critical Communication Theories-From Deconstruction to Practice. Taipei: Liming BookCo.
  • To Be Thinner for the Loved-- Media Advertisement Effect and Subjectivity. 2002. Cheng Chung Book Co.
  • Media Watch DIY. 2001. Taipei: Frankfurt Co.
  • Women in the Media, Women's  Media. Taipei: Shou-Ren Pub. 1995.
  • Media Culture, Ideologies, and Women. 1994. Cheng Chung Book Co.

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LIH-YUN, LIN ( 林麗雲)

Professor

 

Teaching Field: History of News, Media Sociology, Communication Theories

Research Expertise: History of Communications, Media Sociology, Comparative Communication System

 

Education

M.A. Graduate School of Journalism, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Ph.D. Centre for Communication and Information Studies, University of Westminster, UK,

Research Interests

Comparative media systems

Media sociology

Media history

Media reform movements

 

Academic Experiences

Professor, Graduate School of Journalism, National Taiwan University(August, 2010 –present)

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Journalism, National Taiwan University (August, 2006 –July, 2010 present)

Associate Professor, Department of Journalism and Communication Studies, Fujen University (August,2004 –July, 2006)

Assistant Professor, Department of Journalism and Communication Studies, Fujen University (August, 1998 –July, 2004)

 

Honors and awards

2015

Outstanding Faculty Teaching Awards (教學優良獎), National Taiwan University

2010

Outstanding Faculty Teaching Awards(教學優良獎, College of Social Sciences, National Taiwan University

2006

Tseng Hsu Bai Journalism Awards, Academic Research  (曾虛白學術研究獎)Representative Work: History of Communication Studies in Taiwan.

2005

Distinguished Research Paper Award, Chinese Communication Association Annual Conference(中華傳播學會年度傑出論文獎)

1999

Distinguished Research Paper Award, Chinese CommunicationAssociation Annual Conference(中華傳播學會年度傑出論文獎)

1999-2015

Research Grants, National Science Council, Taiwan

1992-1996

Ministry of Education (MOE) Scholarships for Studying abroad

 

Professional1 Services

* Member of editorial board, Asian Communication Research (South Korea),(2015 to present)
*Member of editorial board, Asian Communication Research (Korea) (2015-present)
*Member of editorial board, Journal of Communication Research and Practices (2014-present)
*Member of editorial board, Communication Culture and Politics (2014-present)
*Member of editorial board, NTU Journalism Forum (2006-present)
*Member and Member of the Executive Committee, Campaign for Media Reform in Taiwan (2003-present)
*Member of the Trustee Board, Media Watch Taiwan (2003-present)
*Member of the Executive Committee We report Crowdfunding Journalism Platform (2011-present)
*Member of the News Complaints Committee, Public Television Service (2009 to present)
*Member of the Public Values Committee, Public Television Service (2014 to present)
*Member of the Quality Programs Committee, Hakka Television Service (2014)

Publications
Journal Articles

Lin, Lihyun , & Lee, Chun-yi. (2017). When Business Met Politics: A Different Type of Media Captial in Taiwan, the Case of Want Want. China Perspective(2), 37-46.

Lin, Lihyun, & Yen, Chih-hung. (2016). The tourch in media reform movement in Taiwan: Professor Hsu, Chia-Shu. Journal of Mass Media Studies(127), 191-206.

Lin, Lihyun. (2016). The Practices of Students at "NTU E News Forum" in the Sunflower Movement. [The Practices of Students at "NTU E News Forum" in the Sunflower Movement]. Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 6(1), 251-269. doi: 10.6123/jcrp.2016.010

Lin, Lihyun (2015). Campaign for public television after Taiwan’ second power transfer in 2008. Thought and Words: Journal of the Humanities and Social Science, 53(2), 49-88.

Lin, Lihyun (2013). Crisis and transformation of production paradigm in Taiwan's journalism Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 3(1), 23-27.

Lin, Lihyun (2013). Public interests in UK’s media merger regulations: a case study of the News Corp/ BSkyB Merger. [Public Interests in UK's Media Merger Regulations: A Case Study of the News Corp/BSkyB Merger]. Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 3(2), 87-112.

Lin, Lihyun (2012). Public journalism: Local practices in Taiwan The Journalist Forum(11), 119-131.

Lin, Lihyun (2011). Regulating private capital and defending public responsibilities :  the evolution of television system in South Korea. Mass Communication Research, 107, 1-45.

Lin, Lihyun (2011). Debates and changes on the regulations of product placement in the U.K. [Debates and Changes on the Regulations of Product Placement in the U.K.]. Chinese Journal of Communication Research(20), 45-63.

Lihyun Lin , Chinhwa, Chang. (2011). Is “The Budget Act” article 62-1 amendment enough?—suggestions about how to regulate government messages. The Journalist Forum, 10, 87-105.

Lin, Lihyun (2008). A historical experiment with deregulation: the changes and challenges of the press after the lifting of the press ban in Taiwan. Mass Communication Research, 95, 183-212.

Lin, Lihyun (2008). The press reform in Korea. Mass Communication Research, 97, 257-282.

Lin, Lihyun (2006). Capital formation in Taiwan's television under the authoritarian rule. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 9, 71-112.

Lihyun Lin , Chingting Wang. (2006). Public service broadcasting and creative industry : the case of New Zealand. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 10, 155-192.

Lin, Lihyun (2005). Authoritarian states and television:a comparative study between Taiwan and South Korea. Mass Communication Research, 85, 1-34.

Lin, Lihyun (2005). Media reform movement in Taiwan: A historical reviewTaiwan Historical Materials Studies, 24, 175-195.

Lin, Lihyun (2003). The translation of knowledge into action : campaign for citizens’ TV. Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, 50, 145-169.

Lin, Lihyun (2002). Dependent development ? the paradigm shifts in Taiwan's communication research. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 創刊號, 103-138.

Lin, Lihyun (2001). Public sphere and public media: the reflectioin of the British Academics and implications to Taiwan. The Contemporary 164, 68-87.

Lin, Lihyun (2000c). A critical overview on the study of journalism history in Taiwan. Journal of Communication & Culture, 8, 177-211.

Lin, Lihyun (2000b). The contradiction and transformation of client press under Taiwan’s authoritarian regime1949-1999 (Vol. 3). 台北: 遠流圖書公司.

Lin, Lihyun (2000a). The study and approaches of communication history in the midst of a paradigm shift in Taiwan 's communication studies. [The Study and Approaches of Communication History in the Midst of a Paradigm Shift in Taiwan's Communication Studies]. Mass Communication Research(63), 35-54.

Lin, Lihyun (1999c). The rise of left academics in the UK: the case of CCIS, the Uniiversity of Wesminster Communication Research Newsletter(20), 10-12.

Lin, Lihyun (1999b). The voices of a left intellectual: Colin Sparks. Journal of Communication & Culture, 7, 239-256.

Lin, Lihyun (1999). Allocatioin of internatioanl airwaves: The hegemonic crisis perspective Journal of Communication & Culture, 7, 101-134.

 

Books

Lin, Lihyun (ed.). (2013). An introduction to data journalism Taipei Quality journalism association.

Lin, Lihyun, & Lai, Cho-chen (ed.). (2013). Voices from local: A collecton of farmers' writings. Taipei: Da-Kuan Publisher

Lin, Lihyun (2004). History of communication studies in Taiwan: The production of knowledge.Taipei: Chu-liou Publisher

 

Book Chapters

Lihyun Lin (2017). Country Analysis, Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2017,  Reuters Institute For The Study of Journalism / Digital News Report 2016.
Lin, Lihyun (2013). Open journalism, open data: the case of the Guardian. In L. Lin (Ed.), An introduction to data journalism Taipei Quality journalism association.

Wang, Weiching, Lin, Lihyun, & Lo, Shih-hung. (2012). Press policy in the midst of technological changes Scarcity in abundance: Reflection and Reconstruction of Taiwan's media policy (pp. 147-184). Taipei Chu-Liu Publisher.

TI, Wei, & Lin, Lihyun (2012). Thirty years of predicaments: The evaluation of public television in Taiwan Scarcity in abundance: Reflection and Reconstruction of Taiwan's media policy (pp. 1-30). Taipei Chu-Liu Publisher.

Lin, Lihyun (2011). The pursuit of public values: Media reform movement in Taiwan. In Y.-P. Lin (Ed.), The long road of media reform in Taiwan: 1999-2000 (pp. 27-45). Taipei: Foundation for media reform in Taiwan.

Lin, Lihyun (2010). Public Discourses on the Korean Wave in Taiwan. In D. Y. Jin (Ed.), Global Media Convergence and Cultural Transformation: Emerging Social Patterns and Characteristics. New York: IGI Global.

Lin, Lihyun (2009). Changes and challenges: The Taiwanese newspapers after deregulation Reconstruction of Taiwan's media (pp. 177-198). Taipei: Chu-Liu Publisher.

Lin, Lihyun (2009). Surviving in Crisis: The discourses of media reforms in Taiwan,2008-2009 2009Press Yearbook (pp. 25-45). Taipei:: Government Information Office.

Lin, Lihyun (2004). History of communication studies : Major approaches In S.-c. Weng (Ed.), Imaginations in Taiwan's communication studies (pp. 25-84). Taipei:: Chu-Liu Publisher

Lin, Lihyun (2002). Communications in Taiwan: A historical perspective Taiwan in the 20th Century (Vol. 3, pp. 12-27). Taipei: Yuan-Liu Publisher.

Lin, Lihyun (2001). The discourse of the post-war press in Taiwan: Minpou Proceedings of media and environmental conference (pp. 7-26). Taipei Graduate Institute of Mass Media Studies, Fujen University

Lin, Lihyun (2001).Contradictions of press freedom. Retrospects and Prospects of Communication Law in Taiwan in the 20th century. Taipei: Communication research center, National Chengchi University.

Lin, Lihyun (2000). Media criticism and media systems. In K.-H. Chen (Ed.), Cultural Studies in Taiwan (pp. 373-374). Taipei Chu-Liu.

 

Selected Commentaries in English Newspapers

Lihyun Lin (17 Feb, 2003). Media Needs Emergency Overhaul. Taipei Times, p.8.

Lihyun Lin (16 Nov, 2005). Society has a key role to play in reforms. Taipei Times, p. 8.

Lihyun Lin (24 Jan, 2007). Taiwanese public TV like a ship lost at sea. Taipei Times, p. 8.

Lihyun Lin, Ti Wei, Chad Liu (20 March, 2011). Proposed amendments a step back. Taipei Times, p. 8.

Lihyun Lin,(26, April, 2014).Trade protection for cultural items. Taipei Times. http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/editorials/archives/2014/04/26/2003588904

English CV link

 
 
 
 

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CHAO-CHEN, LIN (林照真)

Professor 

Contact Number: (02)33661738
E-mail:carolinelin@ntu.edu.tw
Teaching Field: Visual Journalism, Investigative Journalism, Multimedia Authoring, In-depth Reporting

Education:

Ph.D, Communication , Shih-Hsin University
M.S., Journalism, Cheng-Chi University
B.S., Philosophy, Cheng-Chi University

 

Experience
2016-now Director of Graduate Institute of Journalism 
2015    Professor of National Taiwan University
2012-2015 Associate Professor of National Taiwan University
2011-2012 Associate Professor of National Chiao Tung University
2007-2010 Assistant Professor of National Chiao Tung University
2004-2005 Common Wealth Magazine
1987-2004 The China Times newspaper
1985-1987 TTV News

Expertise

new media research, audience rating research, environmental communication, public sphere, investigative journalism, science communication, immersive journalism

Publications, Projects and Honors

Journal Articles

【Chinese】
Lin, C.C.(2018). Contextualizing fake news: A case study on contra-flows of the Arab world. Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 8:1-26.(TSSCI)
Lin, C.C.(2017).. Terrorism and the press: A study of the war on terrorism, islamophobia and Al Jazeera. Mass Communication Research, 133:1-41
Lin, C.C.(2016).From the global south: The Research on journalism convergence in Al Jazeera. Mass Communication Research, 129:97-142 (TSSCI)
Lin C.C.(2015). The analysis and critique of the strategies and Influence on the quality of newspapers through convergence:A case study of 4 mainstream newspapers in Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 23:3-34 (TSSCI)

Lin C.C.(2015).From the Global South: The Research on Journalism Convergence in Al Jazeera. Mass Communication Research.(Accepted)(TSSCI)
Lin C.C.(2015). The analysis and critique of the strategies and Influence on the quality of newspapers through convergence:A case study of 4 mainstream newspapers in Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication Research,  (Accepted)(TSSCI)
Lin C.C.(2015).A study on the ratings practice of TV news coverage in China: An examining about a city-based television channel. Communication and Society, 32, 135-165。(TSSCI)
Lin. C.C.(2014). The influence and impact of convergence in the transformation for traditional newspapers: A comparative study at the New York Times and the Guardian. Mass Communication Research. 120, 1-45。(TSSCI)
Lin. C.C.(2014). The emergence of data journalism: A challenge of journalists tell stories with computer software in the post-printed age. Journal of Communication Research and Practice. 4(2), 93-116。(TSSCI)

Lin. C.C.(2013). Why convergence: An analysis and critique of the television news coverage from the perspective of new media technology in Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 23,3-40。(TSSCI)
Lin. C.C.(2013). Exploring TV news coverage of disaster: A case study of typhoon Morakot. Mass Communication Research. 115, 141-185。(TSSCI)
Lin. C.C.(2011). New bottle, fake source? Translating produce placement for new media. Chinese Journal of Communication Research,20, 95-114。(TSSCI)
Lin. C.C.(2011). Dominance of audience ratings: A study on the power games between media buying services and commercial television. Mass Communication Research. 107, 89-132。(TSSCI)

【English

Lin, C. C.(2015).Aborigines and Disasters: The Plight of the Aborigines Overlooked by the TV Media during Typhoon Morakot in Taiwan. China Media Research,   11(3), 21-30
Lin, C. C.(2013). Convergence of new and old media: new media representation in traditional news. Chinese Journal of Communication. 6(2),183-201. (SSCI)

Refereed Conference Papers
【Chinese】

Lin, C.C.(2017).How is the Department of Journalism at NCCU Becoming Insignificant? A Case Study of Journalistic Educational Change on Undeclared Major in College of Communication (NCCU) through Convergence. 2017 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society, Taipei: National Taiwan Unoversity.

Lin, C.C.(2016). Terrorism and the press: A study of the war on terrorism, islamophobia and Al Jazeera. 2016 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society. Chiayi: National Chung Cheng University.

Lin C.C.(2015).From the Global South: The Research on Journalism Convergence in Al Jazeera. 2015 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society. 

Lin C.C.(2014). Social media and news manufacturing : A comparative research on social media of global media news websites through the perspective of convergence.2014 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society.

Lin C.C.(2013). The influence and impact of convergence in the transformation for traditional newspapers: A comparative study at the New York Times and the Guardian. 2013 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society.

Lin C.C.(2012). Why convergence: An analysis and critique of the television news coverage from the perspective of new media technology in Taiwan. 2012 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society.

Lin C.C.(2012). A study on the ratings practice of TV news coverage in China: An examining about a city-based television channel. 2012 Academic Conference of History of International news. 

Lin C.C.(2011). New bottle, fake source? Translating produce placement for new media. 2011 Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society.

【English

Lin, C.C.(2014). Where is the Limit of Big Data?: A Case Study of Journalism Practices Pertaining to Datasets of E-Government in Taiwan. The 20th ITS Biennial Conference will be held in Rio de Janeiro from November 30 - December 3, 2014. 2

Lin, C.C.(2014). Convergence of Journalism and Social Media: An International Comparative Study of Ten News Web Sites in the East and West. 2014 International Communication Association ( ICA) Regional Conference , Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. 2014, 10, 1-3.

Lin, C.C.(2012, 12).A second life of the New York Times: Digital convergence models of news work in a hybrid newsroom. Annual International Conference on Journalism & Mass Communications (JMComm 2012)Singapore.

Lin, C.C.(2011, 6).Convergence and critique of the news content of traditional media and new media. 2011 International Telecommunications Society Asia-pacific Regional Conference. Taiwan, Taipei.

Lin, C.C.& Su,I.C.(2011). Hate and internet democracy: A case study of anti-death penalty in Taiwan. The International Second Hatred Conference. Gonzaga University, Washington.

Lin, C.C.(2011).Digitizing the science: A case study of energy conservation & carbon reduction reports in Taiwan. The 2011 International Forum for a low carbon vision. Taipei : Chingaisi Memory Hall.

Lin, C.C.(2010). Aborigines and disasters: The plight of the aborigines overlooked by the TV media during typhoon Morakot in Taiwan. Paper presented at 8th Biennial Conference of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association, PACA 2010, Shenzhen University, 16-18th July 2010.
 

Book:
Lin, C.C.(2017).News, on the crossroad: The transformation and convergence of journalism in the digital age. Taipei: Linking.   
Lin, C.C.(2017).Digital technology is changing economy now: The reports made by younger generation. Taipei: Graduate Institute of Journalism, NTU.

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CHEN-LING, HUNG  (洪貞玲)  

Professor 

Contact Number: (02)33663124
E-mail:clhung@ntu.edu.tw
Teaching Field: News and Law, Globalization and Communications, Information Communication and Policies, Political Economy of Communication

Research Expertise: Communication Laws, Broadcasting Policies, Digital Divide, Political Economy of Communication

  • Education

2004        Pennsylvania State University      PA, USAP             hD in Mass Communications

1996        National Chengchi University       Taipei, Taiwan   MA in Journalism

1993        National Taiwan University            Taipei, Taiwan   Bachelor of Laws

  • Work Experiences and Positions

20012.8- 2015.7 Graduate Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University       Taipei, Taiwan   Director

2008.8- 2015.7 Graduate Institute of Journalism,  National Taiwan University       Taipei, Taiwan    Associate Professor

2005.8-2008.7  Graduate Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University      Taipei, Taiwan    Assistant Professor

2004.8-2005.7  Department of Communication Arts, Fu Jen Catholic University        Taipei, Taiwan  Assistant Professor

1999-2000          Taipei Times (English newspaper)    Taipei, Taiwan  Political Reporter

1999-2000           Liberty Times                                       Taipei,Taiwan  Political Reporter

1997-99              Wealth Magazine                              Taipei, Taiwan  Reporter and Editor

1996-97               Taiwan Daily                                     Taipei, Taiwan   Political Reporter

 

  • Teaching Courses

Citizen Journalism

Journalism Law and Ethics

Information and Communication Policy

Political Economy of Communication

Globalization and Communication

Media Literacy and College Students

 

  • Awards and Honors

2011    National Science Council International Research Grant

2010-2011    Fulbright Exchange Scholar Grant

2003    Top student paper in the section of communication technology, International Communications Association

2003    The second place for student paper competition awarded by the Pacific Telecommunications Council

2000        Public scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Education, Taiwan

1999        Ambassadorial Scholarship awarded by the Rotary Foundation

 

  • Research interests

Communication law and policy, citizen journalism, political economy of communication, digital divide, globalization and communication, information society, ethnic and indigenous media  

 

Publications

  • Journal Articles (Published in Chinese Journals unless noted)

Hung, C. (2013). Minority communication rights in the digital age: A case study of Taiwan indigenous citizen journalism platform WATTA. Communication & Society, 25:135-171.

Hung, C. (2013). Media Control and Democratic Transition: Ongoing Threat to Press Freedom in Taiwan. Chinese Media Research, 9(2): 83-93. (English Journal)

Hung, C. (2013). Regulation on media ownership concentration: Two US cases and their implications. Journal of Communication Research and Practice, 3(2):113-139。

Hung, C. (2012). Indigenous digital archive and local participation: Taking cultural reservation in Chiahsing Tribe as an example. Journal of Indigenous Peoples' Culture Communication, 2: 22-39.

Yeo, B. and Hung, C. (2011). The economic value of ICTs: An empirical analysis of metropolitan regions. Business Administration and Management, Vol. 1(4), pp.114-122. (English Journal)

Hung, C. (2011). Yu Hong, Labor, Class Formation, and China's Informationized Policy of Economic Development (Book Review). Journal of Information Policy. Volumn 1. (English Journal)

Hung, C. (2011). The boundry of government campaign: Learning from US regulation. ChineseJournal of Communication Research, 20: 2 -23.

Hung, C. (2010). The origin and development of Thai Public Broadcasting Service. Mass Communication Research, 102: 295-325.

Hung, C. (2009). The reflection on judiciary news reporting. Taiwan Bar Journal, 13(9): 46-54.

Hung, C., Liao, Y. and Lin, F. (2008). The domestication and tabloidization of international news: How Taiwan's newspapers cover the WTO meeting in Hong Kong. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 14: 77-114.

Hung, C. (2008). When remote communities meet new technology: How social capital works in the operation of the Digital Opportunity Centers in Chichi earthquake disaster area. Mass Communication Research, 95: 145-182.

Hung, C. (2007). Freedom of information and mass media: Reconsidering state secrets. RDEC Bimonthly, 31(3): 61-70.

Lo, S., Kuang, C. Hung, C. and Cheng, K. (2006). Watching the media regulator NCC in Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 10: 55-85.

Hung, C. and Liu, C. (2006). The commercial broadcasting regulation. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 10: 27-53.

Hung, C. (2006). Whose media? Whose freedom of speech? The right of access to media in post-martial law era. Taiwan Democracy Quarterly, 3(4): 1-36.

Hung, C. (2006). State regulation and the freedom of speech: A review of the renewal of satellite TV license. Journal of Radio & Television Studies, 26: 51-75.

Hung, C. and Liu, C. (2003). The global public sphere and its practice in the Internet. Journal of Cyber Culture and Information Society, 6: 341-364.

 

  • Book Chapters (Published in Chinese unless noted)

Hung, C. (2015). Citizen Journalism in Taiwan: A Case Study of an Online Platform PeoPo. In G. Rawnsley and M. Rawnsley (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. pp. 161-177. London: Routledge. (English)

Hung, C. (2015). Turning rage to hope: New media practice and its meaning in the movement of Anti Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement. In Hung, C. (Ed.).  Sunflower Movement, new citizenry and new media. pp. 16-35. Taipei: Locus Publishing.

Hung, C. (2013). Indigenous digital archive and local participation: Taking cultural reservation in Chiahsing Tribe as an example. In Lo, S (Ed.). Citizen digital archive: Theory x Practice x Rethinking.pp. 55-91. Taipei: National Science Project of Digital Archive and Learning.

Hung, C., Liu, C. and Tang, S. (2012). Content regulation on commercial media: From state authority to social co-regulation. In Liu, C. (Ed.). Reflection and reconstruction of communication policy.Pp.113-146. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

Hung, C.  (2009). The evolution and regulation of Taiwan’s terrestrial broadcasting television. The Foundation for Excellence Journalism Award (ed.). Reconstruction of Taiwan media: Rebuilding new media order. Pp.77-102. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher.

Hung, C. (2008). Suggestions on Taiwan’s broadcasting media policy. In Lee, S.etc. NTU Essays on expectation for the new government. pp.279-288. Taipei: NTU Press.

 

  • Conference Papers

Hung, C. (2016). Indigenous Television in Taiwan: The struggle of independence and public accountability. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 27-31, 2016, Leicester, UK

Hung, C. (2015). Using social media as alternative journalistic practice: News E Forum during the Sunflower Movement in Taiwan. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 12-16, 2015, Montreal, Canada.

Hung, C. (2014). Broadband adoption and low income community: The KEYSPOT project in Philadelphia. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 15-19, 2014, Hyderabad, India.

Hung, C. (2013). Bridging the age divide of broadband service: A case study of the San Francisco Connected Project. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, June 25-29, 2013, Dublin, Ireland.

Hung, C. (2013). Participation and Empowerment: Indigenous citizen reporters, their identity and perception of news. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, June 25-29, 2013, Dublin, Ireland.

Hung, C., Chiu, Y., Hung, H, and Liang, T. (2012). Taking back the rights of telling our culture: An analysis on indigenous news stories. June26-27, 2012. Indigenous journalism and communication conference, Taipei: National Taiwan University.

Hung, C. (2012). Minority communication rights in the digital age: A case study of indigenous citizen journalism in Taiwan. International Conference on Redefining News and Audience. January 6-7, 2012.Hong Kong:Chinese University in Hong Kong.

Hung, C. and Liu, C. (2010). Public media, online journalism and citizen participation: The practice of citizen journalism in Taiwanese public media service. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 17-22, 2010, Braga, Portugal.

Hung, C., Lu, C. and Yeo, B. (2010). Telecommunications Reform and Network Expansion:Lessons from APEC Countries. Presented at 2010 conference of International Communications Association, June 22-26, Singapore.

Hung, C. and Liu, C. (2009). The more, the better?!--The political economy of media liberalization and regulation in a transitional democracy. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 20-24, 2009, Mexico City, Mexico.

Hung, C. (2009). Preserving culture through ICT access and community

participation: Observation on the digital archive project of an aboriginal tribe in Taiwan. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 20-24, 2009, Mexico City, Mexico.

Hung, C. (2008). Media control and democratic transition: The Taiwanese case. Paper presented at International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 20-25, 2008, Stockholm, Sweden.

Hung, C. (2007). Intellectuals and their social practice: A case study of the Campaign for Media Reform in Taiwan. Paper prepared at Union for Democratic Communication annual meeting, October 25-26, 2007. Vancouver, Canada

Hung, C. (2007). Participation, Community building and the digital divide: A case study of the Digital Opportunity Center in rural Taiwan. Paper presented at International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 22-25, 2007, Paris, France.

Hung, C. (2007). Cooperation and empowerment: An exploratory investigation of bringing ICTs to aboriginal communities in Taiwan. Paper presented at International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) annual meeting, July 22-25, 2007, Paris, France.

Hung, C. and Wei, T. (2006). Media reform in Taiwan: A critical review of the withdrawal of government shareholdings in electronic media. Paper presented at IAMCR annual meeting, July 23-28, 2006, Cairo, Egypt.

Hung, C. (2005).The political economy of telecommunications liberalization in Taiwan--A case study of the opening-up of fixed-network telecom service. Paper presented at IAMCR annual meeting, July 25-28, 2005, Taipei, Taiwan.

Hung, C. (2004). State, market and information control-- Internet policy in China. Presented at 2004 conference of International Communications Association, May 26-30, New Orleans, LA.

Hung, C. (2003). Unequal development—the digital divide in Taiwan. Presented at North American Taiwan Studies Association annual conference, June 19-21, Routgers University, NJ. (in Chinese)

Hung, C. (2003). Income, education, location and the Internet--The digital divide in China. Presented at 2003 conference of International Communications Association, May 23-27, San Diego, CA.

Hung, C. (2003). Telecommunications liberalization and network expansion--The experiences of APEC countries. Presented at 2003 conference of International Communications Association, May 23-27, San Diego, CA.

Hung, C. (2003). Does telecommunications liberalization contribute to efficiency? Lessons from the APEC countries. Presented at 2003 conference of Pacific Telecommunications Council, January 11-15, Honolulu.

Hung, C. and Liu, C. (2002), The global public sphere and its practice in the Internet. 2002 Conference of International Communications, December 6-7, Tamkang University, Taipei. (in Chinese)

Hung, C. (2002). The Internet and the public sphere: A hope of democracy or an illusion? Presented at 2002 conference of Union for Democratic Communications, October 11-13, State College, PA.

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TAI-LI, WANG  (王泰俐)

Professor

Contact Number(1): (02)33669840
Contact Number(2): (02)33663131
E-mail:tailiw@ntu.edu.tw
Research Expertise: Lectures on Current News Issues, T.V News Magazine, News Media and Gossip Culture, Communication Research Methods, Digital Media Internship
Expertise: Media Effects, T.V News, Gossip Culture, Cyber Communication, Political Communication

 

Present Position:

Director of Graduate Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University, 2015, August -present

Director of Multimedia Center, National Taiwan University, 2015, August -present

Professor of Graduate Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University, 2012-present

 

Past Position:

Associate Professor of Graduate Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University, 2008-2012.

Associate Professor of Department of Journalism, National Cheng-Chi University, 2006-2008.

Assistant Professor of Department of Journalism, National Cheng-Chi University, 2002-2006.

Director of Television News Research Lab, National Cheng-Chi University, 2006-2008

 

Practical Experience (1994-1998):

News Announcer of Formosa Television News

In-Depth Television News Report of Taiwan Television News

 

Education:

B.A., Dept. of Foreign Languages and Literature, National Taiwan University

M.A, Journalism Department in Communication School, University of Texas at Austin, USA.

Ph.D. Journalism Department in Communication School, University of Texas at Austin, USA.

Publication

Journal Articles:

  1. Tai-Li Wang (2020),” Does Fake News Matter to Election Outcomes? The Case Study of Taiwan’s 2018 Local Elections”, Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research, Vol. 8 No.2 May 2020: 67-104.
  2. Tai-Li Wang (2019), Fake News and Democracy Crisis, Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 2019 Dec.
  3. Tai-Li Wang (2014), “The Usage Behaviors, Motivations and Gratifications of Using User-Generated Media: The Case Study of Taiwan’s YouTube”, Advances in Journalism and Communication, 2014,V2, No.2.
  4. Tai-Li Wang (2014), “Gender differences in Taiwan's Journalists' Blogs”, Information and Society Research (In Chinese).
  5. Tai-Li Wang (2013), Facebook Election? The Impacts of Social Media on Political Participation Behavior in 2012 Taiwan's Presidential Election, Soochow Journal of Political Science, V31(1),p.1-52.(in Chinese)
  6. Tai-Li Wang (2012), “Presentations and Impacts of Market-Driven Journalism on Sensationalism in Global TV News”, International Communication Gazette, 74(8) 711–727.
  7.  Lin Wan-Yin, Lo Ven-Huei and Tai-Li Wang (2011), “Bias in television foreign news in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, Chinese Journal of Communication, Vol. 4, No. 3, p.293-310.
  8. Tai-Li Wang (2012),Comparative Studies on Incumbent and Challenger Candidates' Online Campaigning Strategies in 2009 Taiwan's Local Elections, Advertising Research,V36,p.31-69
  9. Tai-Li Wang (2011), Textual Analysis and Audience Research of Governmental Imbedded Messages in Television News Programs, Chinese Communication Journal, V 20, p.25-43. (In Chinese)
  10. Tai-Li Wang (2010) , A Comparative Study of Campaign Blogs and Web Sites: The Case of Taiwan’s  2008 Legislative Election, Online Information Review, V34(2), p229-249.
  11. Tai-Li Wang, Rebecca Chow & Ven-huei Lo (2010), The Tabloidization of Taiwan’s International Television News, Communication and Society, V32, p.1-22. (In Chinese)
  12. Tai-Li Wang & Akiba Cohen (2009) (June), Factors Affecting Viewers’ Perceptions of Sensationalism in Television News: A Survey Study in Taiwan, Issues and Studies, V45(2), p.125-157.
  13. Tai-Li Wang (2009), The Impacts of Commercial Imbedded Messages in Television News Programs: Identity Disclosure, Product Types and Imbedded Strategies, Advertising Research, V32, p1-22. (In Chinese)
  14. Tai-Li Wang (2009), Reception Analysis of Tabloid Television News, Communication and Management, V8 (2), p.3-36. (In Chinese)
  15. Tai-Li Wang (2006), “The Impacts of Sensationalism in Television News on Audience Reception”, Mass Communication Journal, V.86, p.91-133. (in Chinese)
  16. Tai-Li Wang (2006), Media Spectacle and Democracy Crisis (Book Review), Democracy Journal, V3 (4), p.197-204. (in Chinese)
  17. Tai-Li Wang (2004), “The Exploratory Research of Sensationalism in Television News”, Mass Communication Journal, V.81, p.1-42. (In Chinese)
  18. Tai-Li Wang (2004), “When Political Parody Show Becomes Morphine: the Anti-Cultivation Effects of Taiwan’s Political Parody Shows”, Radio and Television, V.22, p.1-24. (In Chinese)
  19. Tai-Li Wang (2003), “Dual Texts in Television News: A McLuhan’s Perspectives”, Chinese Communication Journal, V4, p.145-184. (In Chinese)
  20. Tai-Li Wang (2003), “Whose Interactive Websites: The Changing Definitions of Interactivity in Taiwan’s 2000 and 2002 Election Websites, Mass Communication Journal, V77, p.107-141. (In Chinese)
  21. Tai-Li Wang (2003), “The Interactive Effects of Web Political Communications”, Election Studies, V11 (2), p.93-134. (In Chinese)
  22. Tai-Li Wang (2002), Whose Interactive Channel? Web Interactivity Defined in the 2000 Taiwan’s Presidential Election, Asian Journal of Communication, 12(2): 50-78.
  23. Tai-Li Wang (2001),”Agenda-Setting Online”, Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 15(2): 59-70.

Books

1. Tai-Li Wang(2011), Sensationalism In Television News: Theories and News Practices,Taipei: Wu-Nan Publisher。(Reviewed by National Science Council)

2. Tai-Li Wang(2009), “Television News Writing”,in News Writing, edited by Shih-Ming Chen, Taipei: Wu-Nan Publisher。

Research Projects (Recent Five Years):

1. National Science Research Project: New Media and Civic Movement (2014.7.31-2016.7.31)

2. National Science Research Project: The Participant Culture of User-Generated Websites (2011.8.1~2014.1.31)

3. National Science Research Project::Changing Definition of “News Professionalism”: The Influence of Blog Culture on News Professionalism

(2010.8.1~2011.7.31)

4. National Science Research Project::Communication Content and Behavior of Web Blogs92008.8.1~2010.7.31)。

5. National Science Research Project: Sensationalism in Television News (Book Writing Projec) (2006.8.1~2009.7.31)

Conference Papers: (Recent Five Years)

Tai-Li Wang (2019), “ Does Fake News Matter to Election Outcomes”-The Case Study of Taiwan’s 2018 Local Election “, IAMCR, Madrid, Spain, July.

Tai-Li Wang (2015), The Impacts of Group Psychology on Civic Movement Participation: The Case of Sunflower Movement, Conference of Chinese Communication Association, Kaohsiung: Yi-Da Univeristy.

Tai-Li Wang (2013), From News Receiver to News Produser -The New Relationship between Journalists and Audience in Web 2.0, paper presented in 2012 Media Asia conference, Osaka, Japan.

Tai-Li Wang (2010), Comparative Studies on Incumbent and Challenger Candidates' Online Campaigning Strategies in 2009 Taiwan's Local Elections, Conference of Advertising and Public Relations, Taipei: National Cheng-Chi University.

Tai-Li Wang (2010), Market-Driven Sensationalism in Global TV News,paper presented in 2010 AEJMC,Denver, USA.,August 5-10.

Tai-Li Wang (2010,)A Comparative Study of Campaign Blogs and Web Sites: The Case of Taiwan’s 2008 Legislative Election,,paper presented in the Division of Communication Technology , Singapore.June 21-26,

Tai-Li Wang (2009), A Case Study of Taiwan’s Product Placement Research and Its Implications for Global Television Programs, paper will be presented in the Division of Global Communication, 2009 ICA, Chicago, USA.

Tai-Li Wang(2009),Sensationalism and Conflict in Foreign Television News, paper will be presented in the Division of Mass Communication, 2009 ICA, Chicago, USA.

Tai-Li Wang (2009), The Ethical Dilemma of Product Placements: The Impacts of Product Placements on News Credibility in TV News Programs, paper will be presented in the ICA Media Ethics Preconference, 2009 ICA, Chicago, USA.

Tai-Li Wang and Dennis Peng (2008), “The Civic Journalism Website and Its Implications in the Digitalized Media Environment: The Case of Taiwan’s Public Broadcasting Station,” paper presented in Conference of Digital Convergence and Institutional/ Cultural Changes of Public Broadcasting, Seoul National University, Seoul.

Tai-Li Wang (2008), “When Journalism and Marketing Intersect in TV News Programs: A Taiwan’s Case Study in Current Product Placement Research,” paper presented in the Panel of Chinese Communication Referred Session, 2008 AEJMC, Chicago.

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Ji-Lung Hsieh (謝吉隆)

Associate Professor
 

(02) 33669867

jerryhsieh@ntu.edu.tw

Web Page : Remixed

No. 1, Section 4, Roosevelt Rd, Da’an District, Taipei City, 10617

Teachings

  • Data Analysis in Journalism
  • Web Design for Storytelling
  • Social Media and Public Opinion Analysis
  • Journalism Processing and Visualization
  • Augmented/ Virtual Reality Applications on Journalism

Expertises

  • Online community analysis
  • Quantified-self and lifelogging
  • Eye-tracking
  • Social network analysis
  • Digital game and society
  • Social simulation

Education

  • Ph.D. Department of computer science, National Chiao-Tung University (2008)
  • M.S. Department of computer science, National Chiao-Tung University (2004)
  • B.A. Department of computer and information science, National Chiao-Tung University (2002)

Experience

  • 2017.08~ Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Journalism National Taiwan University
  • 2016.02~2016.07 Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Library and Information Science National Taiwan Normal University
  • 2010.02~ 2016.01 Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Library and Information Science National Taiwan Normal University
  • 2009.08~2010.01 Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science University of Taipei

Publications

Journals

  • Hsieh, J. L.  (2017, Feb). Author publication preferences and journal competition.. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 68(2), 365-377. (SSCI, 18/85, Information Science & Library Science). MOST 102-2511-S-003-037-MY3.
  • J.L. Hsieh, P.C. Shen, L.W. Yang 2015). Designing and Evaluating User Interface for Assisting News Navigation and Retrieval. Journal of Library and Information Science Research, 9(2), 149-189. (TSSCI)
  • Y.L. Wen , J.L. Hsieh (2014) . Informetric Analysis on Open-Access High Productivity Authors in Biomedical Area. Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, 51(2), 199-224. doi:10.6120/JoEMLS.2013.512/0582.RS.AM (TSSCI)

Conference

  • Hsieh, J. L. & Chiu, L. C. (2014). Structural and trend analysis of tagging as a mechanism for organizing learning resources. Liu, C.-C. et al. (Eds.) (2014). In Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Computers in Education. Japan: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education. (Overall Best Paper Award: 1/261, Acceptance rate: 25%)
  • Hsieh, J. L. & Yu, C. Y. (2014). An analysis on the rhythm of social media use. In Proceedings of 4th International Symposium on Pervasive Computing Paradigms for Mental Health. Tokyo, Japan.
  • Hsieh, J. L.,  and Yu, C. Y. (2017). Speed as context of app usage in daily life: A data analysis method.  2017 Pacific Neighborhood Consortium Annual Conference and Joint Meetings (PNC), Tainan, 2017, pp. 168-173. doi: 10.23919/PNC.2017.8203539

Invited Speeches

  • 2016.11.09 - A Workshop on conducting eye-tracking by portable eye-trackers and open software. Centre for Information Technology in Education, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong. http://www.cite.hku.hk/news.php?id=569&category=seminar
  • 2016.06.04 - Play to learn: How mobile games can be good for our kids? CITE Research Symposium 2016 "Engaging Learners: Games and Flipped Learning". The University of Hong Kong

Honors and awards

  • Overall Best Paper Award. Hsieh, J.L. & Chiu, L.C. (2014). Structural and trend analysis of tagging as a mechanism for organizing learning resources. Liu, C.-C. et al. (Eds.) (2014). Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Computers in Education. Japan: Asia-Pacific Society for Computers in Education.

Professional Services

  • Secretary General of Chinese Communication Society (2016.08~2018.07)

Chinese Editor of Journal of Library and Informa

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Adrian Rauchfleisch   (劉好迪)

Assistant Professor 

Contact Number: (02)33663123
E-mail:adrian.rauchfleisch@gmail.com
Website: http://www.arauchfleisch.ch/

Education

Ph.D. University of Zurich, Switzerland

M.A. University of Zurich, Switzerland

Teaching Field: Social Media and Social Network Analysis, Networked Journalism

Research interests: social media, journalism studies, political communication, methods for communication science, social network analysis

Academic Experiences

Assistant Professor at the Graduate Institute of Journalism, National Taiwan University (2018-now)

Senior Reserach and Teaching Associate at the Department of Science, Crisis & Risk Communication at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research (IPMZ), University of Zurich (2017 -2018)

Reserach and Teaching Associate at the Department of Science, Crisis & Risk Communication at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research (IPMZ), University of Zurich (2013-2017)

Professional Actvities

Co-founder of the nonprofit think tank ZIPAR
Reviewer for the Journals "New Media & Society", "Government and Opposition","Social Media + Society","Journalism","Public Understanding of Science", "Global Media and China", "Environmental Communication", "Studies in Communication Science", and "Medien und Kommunikationswissenschaft"
Member of the International Communication Association (ICA), the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA) the German Association for Communication (DGPuK) and the Swiss Association of Communication and Media Research (SACM)
Publications

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Arlt, D., Rauchfleisch, A., & Schäfer, M.S. (forthcoming): Between Fragmentation and Dialogue. Twitter Communities and Political Debate about the Swiss ‘Nuclear Withdrawal Initiative’. Environmental Communication.
Schäfer, M.S., Füchslin, T., Metag, J., Kristiansen, S., & Rauchfleisch, A. (2018): The Different Audiences of Science Communication. A Segmentation Analysis of the Swiss Population’s Perceptions of Science and their Information and Media Use Patterns. Public Understanding of Science. Online First. Link
Kovic, M., Rauchfleisch, A., Metag, J., Caspar, C. & Szenogrady, J. (online first): Brute force effects of mass media presence and social media activity on electoral outcome. Journal of Information Technology & Politics. Link
Rauchfleisch, A., Artho, X., Metag, J., Post, S., & Schäfer, M.S. (2017): How journalists verify online sources during terrorist crises. Analyzing Twitter communication during the Brussels attacks. Social Media + Society, 3(3). Link
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017). The public sphere as an essentially contested concept: A co-citation analysis of the last 20 years of public sphere research. Communication and the Public, 1(5), 1–16. Link
Metag, J., Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Journalists’ use of political tweets: Functions for journalistic work and the role of perceived influences. Digital Journalism. Link
Rauchfleisch, A., Kovic, M. (2016): The Internet and generalized functions of the public sphere: Transformative potentials from a comparative perspective. Social Media + Society, 2(2), 1-15. Link
Rauchfleisch, A., & Metag, J. (2016). The special case of Switzerland: Swiss politicians on Twitter. New Media & Society,18(10), 2413-2431. Link
Rauchfleisch, A., & Schäfer, M. S. (2015). Multiple public spheres of Weibo: a typology of forms and potentials of online public spheres in China. Information, Communication & Society, 18(2), 139-155. Link
Matthes, J., & Rauchfleisch, A. (2013). The Swiss “Tina Fey Effect”: The Content of Late-Night Political Humor and the Negative Effects of Political Parody on the Evaluation of Politicians. Communication Quarterly, 61(5), 596-614. Link
Articles in edited volumes
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017). Wissenschaft auf Twitter [Science on Twitter]. In P. Weingart, H. Wormer, A. Wenninger & R.F. Hüttl (Eds.), Perspektiven der Wissenschaftskommunikation im digitalen Zeitalter (pp. 291-294). Weilerwist: Velbrück Wissenschaft.
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017). Zitationsanalysen in der Kommunikationswissenschaft: Ein Vergleich zwischen der Öffentlichkeits- und der Agenda-Setting-Theorie [Citation analysis in communication science. A comparison between public sphere and agenda-setting theory]. In M. Beiler & B. Bigl (Eds.), Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft. 100 Jahre Kommunikationswissenschaft in Deutschland. Von einem Spezialfach zur Integrationsdisziplin (1st ed., pp. 199–213). München: UVK.
Metag, J. & Rauchfleisch, A. (2016): Agenda-Building durch Twitter? Eine Analyse der Nutzung politischer Tweets durch Schweizer Journalisten [Agenda-building through Twitter? the use of political tweets by journalists]. In: Vowe, G./ Henn, P./ Friess, D. (Eds.): Politische Online-Kommunikation. Berlin.
Rauchfleisch, A. (2016): Two weeks on Twitter: COP21, smoking heads and tweets from outer space. In: Brüggemann, M. (Ed.): Media Representations of Climate Change Politics at COP21: The End of the Beginning. (pp. 102-127).
Rauchfleisch, A. (2015). Deutschsprachige Kommunikationswissenschaftler auf Twitter: Reputationsnetzwerke der Wissenschaftskommunikation [German communication scientists on Twitter: Reputation networks of science communication]. In Schäfer, Mike S., Silje Kristiansen & Heinz Bonfadelli (Hrsg., 2015), Wissenschaftskommunikation im Wandel [Changes in Science Communication].(pp. 102-127) Herbert von Halem.
Rauchfleisch, A., & Mayoraz, J.-F. (2015). Die Rolle von Sina Weibo im „Kampf um die öffentliche Meinung“ in China [Sina Weibo's role in the "Struggle for Public Opinion" in China]. In M. Emmer & C. Strippel (Hrsg.), Kommunikationspolitik für die digitale Gesellschaft (pp. 121-148). doi: 10.17174/dcr.v1.7
Schäfer, M. S., & Rauchfleisch, A. (2015). Neue Öffentlichkeiten in autoritären Gesellschaften? [New public spheres in authoritarian countries?]. In Empirische Kultursoziologie (pp. 323-352). Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.

Other publications

Rauchfleisch, A, Vogler, D., Eisenegger, M. (2017). #NoBillag auf Twitter: Grabenkämpfe zwischen Gegnern und Befürwortern [ #NoBillag on Twitter: trench warfare between supporters and opponents]. Link
Rauchfleisch, A, Vogler, D., Eisenegger, M. (2017). Auf zu neuen Märkten: Der Einfluss Schweizer Medien auf Twitter [Enter new markets: The influence of Swiss media on Twitter]. Link
Rauchfleisch, A., Kovic, M. (2017): Careless CRISPR in China: How to regulate the unimaginable? ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research. Link
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Fake-News-Experiment in der ARD-Doku ausser Kontrolle[Fake news experiment in the ARD documentary out of controll]. ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research. Link
Vogler, D., Rauchfleisch, A. (2017):Twitter-Netzwerkanalyse #ES2050 [Twitter network analysis of the #ES2050]. fög – Forschungsinstitut Öffentlichkeit und Gesellschaft / Universität Zürich. Link
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Die Angst vor der Datenkrake im Wahlkampf [The fear of the data kraken during the election campaign]. Zukunftsinstitut Link
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Anti-vaccination across the political spectrum. A Twitter analysis. ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research. Link
Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Climate change and China’s window of opportunity to gain soft power. ZIPAR - Zurich Institute of Public Affairs Research. Link

Presentations (with peer review)

·         Kaiser, J. & Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): The Dark side of the public sphere. right-wing counterpublics in the US elections. Paper accepted for the 18th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Tartu, Estonia, 18-21 October 2017.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Artho, X., Metag, J., Post, S. & Schäfer, M. (2017): How journalists verify online sources during terrorist crises.Analyzing Twitter communication during the Brussels attacks. Paper accepted for the 18th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Tartu, Estonia, 18-21 October 2017.
·         Mayoraz, J.-F. & Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): The international public opinion struggle: Interventions of authoritarian countries in Western democracies. Paper accepted for the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego, USA, 25.-29. May 2017.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Artho, X., Metag, J., Post, S. & Schäfer, M. (2017): How journalists verify online sources during terrorist crisis. Analyzing Twitter communication during the Brussels attacks. Paper accepted for the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego, USA, 25.-29. May 2017.
·         Schäfer, M., Füchslin, T., Metag, J., Kristiansen, S. & Rauchfleisch, A. (2017) Audiences of Science Communication in Switzerland - An Audience Segmentation Analysis. Paper accepted for the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego, USA, 25.-29. May 2017.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Artho, X., Metag, J., Post, S. & Schäfer, M. (2017): Vernetzter Journalismus: Quellensuche und Verifikation auf Twitter während der Anschläge in Brüssel [Networked journalism: Sourcing and verification on Twitter during the Brussels attacks]. Paper angenommen zur Jahrestagung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft. Chur.
·         Schäfer, M., Füchslin, T., Metag, J., Kristiansen, S. & Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Die vier Publika der Wissenschaftskommunikation. Eine Analyse der Segmentierung der Schweizer Bevölkerung [The four publics of science communication. An analysis of the segmentation of the Swiss public]. Paper angenommen zur Jahrestagung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft (SGKM). Chur, Schweiz, 27.4 bis 28.4.2017.
·         Füchslin, T., Schäfer, M., Metag, J., Kristiansen, S. & Rauchfleisch, A. (2017): Die vier Publika der Wissenschaftskommunikation. Eine Analyse der Segmentierung der Schweizer Bevölkerung [The four publics of science communication. An analysis of the segmentation of the Swiss public]. Paper angenommen zur 62. Jahrestagung der DGPuK. Düsseldorf, Deutschland, 30.3 bis 1.4.2017.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Metag, J., Rupp, N. & Bütikofer, M. (2016): Me-Too and (Social) Media Stars: Swiss Politicians on Twitter. Paper presentation at the 6th European Communication Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA). Prague, Czech Republic, 09-12 November 2016
·         Kovic, M., Rauchfleisch, A., Sele, M. (2016): A Typology of Digital Astroturfing. Paper Presentation at the 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR). Berlin, Germany, 05-08 October 2016.
·         Metag, J., & Rauchfleisch, A. (2016). Agenda-building and journalists' use of political tweets: From information subsidies to perceived influences. Paper Presentation at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Fukuoka, Japan, 09-13 June 2016.
·         Kovic, M., Rauchfleisch, A., Sele, M. (2016): Digital Astroturfing: Definition, Typology, and Countermeasures. Paper presented at the WAPOR 69th Annual Conference,  Austin, USA, May10-12.
·         Kovic, M., Rauchfleisch, A., Metag, J., Caspar, C. & Szenogrady, J. (2016): Brute force effects of mass media presence and social media activity on electoral outcome. Paper presented at the WAPOR 69th Annual Conference,  Austin, USA, 10-12.05.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Rupp, N. & Bütikofer, M. (2016): Schweizer Politiker auf Twitter: Zwischen Me-Too und (Social) Media Stars [Swiss politicians on Twitter: Between me-too and (social) media stars]. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der SGKM, Fribourg, 07.-09.04.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A. (2016): Zitationsanalysen in der Kommunikationswissenschaft [Citation analysis in communication science]. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der SGKM, Fribourg, 07.-09.04.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Schäfer, M.S. (2016): Fragmentierung von Klimawandel-Kommunikation auf Twitter? Ausmaß, Strukturierungslogik und Phasenunterschiede [Fragmentation of the climate change communication on Twitter? Extent, structure and phase difference]. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der DGPuK, Leipzig, 30.03-01.04.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A. (2016): Zitationsanalysen in der Kommunikationswissenschaft: Ein Vergleich zwischen der Öffentlichkeits- und Agenda-Setting-Theorie [Citation analysis in communication science. A comparison between public sphere and agenda-setting theory]. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der DGPuK, Leipzig, 30.03-01.04.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A. (2016): Eine Zitationsanalyse des Forschungsfeldes „Emotionen in der Politik“: Mehr als Wutbürger, Shitstorms und Lügenpresse [A citation analyis of the research field of "Emotions in Politics"]. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises „Politik und Kommunikation“ der DVPW und der Fachgruppe „Kommunikation und Politik“ der DGPuK, München, 12.-13.02.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Schäfer, M.S. (2016): The Science of Science Communication - Forschungsfeld mit disziplinären Zügen. Ergebnisse einer bibliometrischen Analyse [The Science of Science Communication - research field with disciplinary features. Results of a bibliometric analysis]. Vortrag auf der 3. Jahrestagung der Ad-Hoc-Gruppe «Wissenschaftskommunikation» der DGPuK, Dresden, 05.01-06.01.2016.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Kovic, M. (2015). Social media and generalized functions of the public sphere: Transformative potentials from a comparative perspective. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 21-25.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Metag, J. (2015). Swiss politicians on Twitter: Switzerland as a most different system. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 21-25.
·         Kovic, M., Rauchfleisch, A. (2015). The Internet and generalized functions of the public sphere: Transformative potentials from a comparative perspective. Paper presented at the WAPOR 68th Annual Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, June 16-19.
·         Metag, J., Rauchfleisch, A. (2015): Die Agenda-Building-Funktion politischer Tweets. Eine Analyse der Nutzung politischer Tweets durch Schweizer Journalisten [The Agenda-Building function of political Tweets. An analysis of the journalistic use of political Tweets in Switzerland]. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung des Arbeitskreises „Politik und Kommunikation“ der DVPW und der Fachgruppe „Kommunikation und Politik“ der DGPuK, Düsseldorf, 19.-21.02.2015.
·         Metag, J., Rauchfleisch, A. (2015): Why do Swiss journalists use Twitter? An analysis of the functions of Twitter and the role of professional variables for journalistic Twitter use. Presentation at the Re-Inventing Journalism Conference (ECREA & DGPuK), Winterthur, Switzerland, 5-6 February 2015.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Metag, J. (2014). The Special Case of Switzerland: Swiss Politicians on Twitter. Paper presented at the WAPOR 67th Annual Conference, Nice, France, 4.09-6.09.2014.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Schäfer, M.S. (2014): The Multiple Public Spheres of Weibo. Formen und Potenziale von Online-Öffentlichkeiten in China. Paper presented at the 12th Chinese Internet Research Conference (CIRC), 19.-21.06.2014, Hong Kong.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Mayoraz, J., Liao, M.Y. (2014) Chinese social media companies between user interests and government regulations. Paper presented at the 12th Chinese Internet Research Conference (CIRC), 19.-21.06.2014, Hong Kong.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Schäfer, M.S. (2014): The Multiple Public Spheres of Weibo. Formen und Potenziale von Online-Öffentlichkeiten in China. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the DGPuK, Passau, 28.05-30.05.2014.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Schäfer, M.S. (2014): The Multiple Public Spheres of Weibo. On the Forms and Potentials of Online Public Spheres in China. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 22-26 2014, Seattle.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Metag, J. (2014): Schweizer Politiker auf Twitter: Neue Chancen für den Journalismus [Swiss politicians on Twitter: New opportunities for journalism]. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the SGKM, Zürich, 11.-12.04.2014.
·         Rauchfleisch, A., Mayoraz, J. (2014): Chinesische Social Media Unternehmen zwischen Nutzerinteressen und staatlicher Regulierung. Vortrag auf der Fachtagung «Kommunikationspolitik und Medienregulierung in der digitalen Gesellschaft» der DGPuK, Berlin, 06.02-08.02.2014.
·         Rauchfleisch, A. (2014): Vernetzte Öffentlichkeit oder private Kommunikationsnetzwerke. Die deutschsprachige Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft auf Twitter [Networked public sphere or private communication networks. German speaking communication scientists on Twitter]. Vortrag auf der 1. Jahrestagung der Ad-Hoc-Gruppe «Wissenschaftskommunikation» der DGPuK, Zürich, 31.01-01.02.2014.
·         Matthes, J., Rauchfleisch, A., Kohler, F (2011, September). Getting the Joke. The Negative Effects of Late-Night Political Parody on the Evaluation of Politicians. Paper presented at the WAPOR 64th Annual Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.