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Research Project

 

General Research Fund (GRF)/Early Career Scheme (ECS)

Year Principal Investigator Project Title
2017-18 Prof. Donna S.C. Chu Mediated Memories, Interpretive Communities and Cultural Identities: Forty Years of Mass Protests in Hong Kong
2017-18 Prof. Christine Y.H. Huang Picking Your Poison: An Analysis of Public Risk Perception, Institutional Trust, and Crisis Communication during Food and Water-safety Crises in Risk Society
2017-18 Prof. Lokman Tsui “HTTP ERROR 451 Unavailable For Legal Reasons”: Global Internet Platforms and the Political Economy of the Free Flow of Information
2016-17 Prof. Anthony Y.H. Fung Reading Border-crossing Japanese Comics / Anime in China: Cultural Consumption, Fandom, and Imagination
2016-17 Prof. Angela X. Wu Sense-making under China’s Censored Abundance: The Transformation of Political Orientations through Reflexive Media Practices
2015-16 Prof. Sora Kim Explicating the Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Communication in the Process of Organizations’ CSR: Focusing on Chinese Consumers’ Perspectives
2015-16 Prof. Saskia Witteborn Transit Communication and Forced Migration: A View from Hong Kong
2015-16 Prof. Jack L.C. Qiu Working-Class Public Spheres: Media and Activism Since “Foxconn Suicide Express”
2015-16 Prof. Hsuan Ting Chen The Network Agenda Setting Model and Partisan Selective Exposure: Examining The Issue of Universal Suffrage for The Chief Executive Election in Hong Kong
2014-15 Prof. Anthony Y.H. Fung Produced in China, Consumed in Hong Kong: The Study of Transforming Hong Kong Cultural Identities and Comic Production
2014-15 Prof. Francis L.F. Lee Media, Public Opinion, and the Dynamics of Political Scandals: A Communicative Event Perspective
2013-14 Prof. Joseph M. Chan Media, Social Organizations, State, and Social Remembering: Testing the Public Contestation Model of Collective Memory with the Tiananmen Incident in Hong Kong
2013-14 Prof. Michael C.M. Chan The Use of Social Media for Political and Civic Engagement: A Study of Hong Kong Citizens
2012-13 Prof. Francis L.F. Lee The Protest Paradigm Revisited: Media Coverage of Contentious Collective Actions in the Movement Society

 


Direct Grant (Grant from the Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Year Principal Investigator Project Title
2016-17 Prof. So Jung Kim Effects of Pre-Crisis and Post-Crisis Corporate Advertising
2016-17 Prof. Francis L.F. Lee Critical Event and Memory Re-negotiation: Collective Memory about Tiananmen in Hong Kong after the Umbrella Movement
2015-16 Prof. Michael C.M. Chan Multimodal connectedness, media multiplexity and psychological well-being: A lifespan perspective on the impact of interpersonal communication technologies on quality of life
2014-15 Prof. Hsuan Ting Chen The use of mobile social media, privacy concerns and democratic engagement: A study of Hong Kong citizens
2014-15 Prof. Christine Y.H. Huang Towards a Chinese model of crisis communication: Revisiting the applicability of western crisis theories in Mainland China
2014-15 Prof. So Jung Kim Investigating Consumer Engagement in Social Media Mobile Applications
2014-15 Prof. Angela X. Wu On the Human-Machine Frontier: The Rise of Data Science Expertise in Digital Capitalism
2013-14 Prof. Hsuan Ting Chen The role of emotion in individuals’ cognitive process, political attitudes, and political behaviors: A study of political satirical content
2013-14 Prof. Christine Y.H. Huang Contaminated food, crisis communication, and media response in three Chinese societies
2013-14 Prof. Louis Leung Linking Telecommuting to Quality of Life : An Investigation of Motivating and Inhibiting Factors for Adoption in Hong Kong
2013-14 Prof. So Jung Kim Investigating the Effect of Brand Attachment in Crises
2012-13 Prof. Saskia Witteborn Forced Migrants and ICT in Hong Kong
2012-13 Prof. Michael C.M. Chan Multiple uses. Diverse effects? The impact of mobile phone usage on social capital and subjective well-being
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researchproject-banner3 C-Grant (Grant from the C-Centre)

Year Principal Investigator Project Title
2017-18 Prof. Michael C.M. Chan “With our flesh and blood, let us build a new Great Wall!” Does National Anthem Exposure Influence Individuals’ Processing of News?
2017-18 Prof. Hsuan-ting Chen Media Coverage and Public Opinion on PM2.5 in China: A Networked Agenda-Setting Study
2017-18 Prof. Sara Xueting Liao The Creative Multitude in Becoming: Women’s Culture of Fashion Imitation in China
2016-17 Prof. Hsuan-ting Chen Antecedents and consequences of mobile devices as second screen use: A case study of the 2016 Legislative Council Election in Hong Kong
2016-17 Prof. Christine Y.H. Huang Internet use, dialogic capacity, authoritarian value and their effects on institutional trust
2016-17 Prof. So Jung Kim An examination of CSR information processing in a crisis
2016-17 Prof. Sora Kim Public Comment Policies of Online Platforms on Harmful Online Communication: Focusing on China, South Korea, Germany, and the US
2016-17 Prof. Hai Leung The Impact of Warmth on Altruism
2016-17 Prof. Angela X. Wu Comparing Web Use Patterns in the Old and New Internet Worlds: Demographic Profiles of Chinese and American Internet Traffic
2015-16 Prof. Donna Chu A Bachelor’s Dream: The Facts and Fictions of a Chinese Reality Show
2015-16 Prof. Christine Y.H. Huang Relationship Orientation of Chinese Netizens – An Online Survey Study of the Dual-Factor Relational Model among University Students in Mainland China
2015-16 Prof. Kim So Jung Shopping Motivation and Social Commerce Behavior
2015-16 Prof. Lokman Tsui Do We Have The Right to Access Our Own Information? The collection, retention, disclosure and use of personal data under the Personal Data Privacy Ordinance in Hong Kong
2014-15 Prof. Michael C.M. Chan The role of ethnic identification in the linguistic intergroup bias: Examining how stereotypical attitudes towards Mainland Chinese by Hong Kongers are manifested through language
2014-15 Prof. So Jung Kim Investigating Antecedents and Consequences of Korean Wave
2014-15 Prof. Angela X. Wu The Rise of the Global South on the World Wide Web: Bridging Internet Policies and Web User Behavior
2012-13 Prof. Christine Y.H. Huang National Work, Life & Gender
2012-13 Prof. Francis L.F. Lee Comparative Research on Social Media Usage and Civic Engagement
2012-13 Prof. Annisa C.H. Lee Lai Compare Development Strategies for Creative Industries in Singapore and Hong Kong
2012-13 Prof. Louis Leung Predicting Smartphone Addiction: A Comparative Study of Procrastination, Leisure Boredom, Impulsivity, and Personality among University Students in China, Hong Kong and Singapore

 


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