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Jingyuan "Jolie" Shi
Jingyuan "Jolie" Shi
Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Baptist University
Verified email at hkbu.edu.hk - Homepage
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Online health information seeking: A review and meta-analysis
X Wang, J Shi, H Kong
Health Communication 36 (10), 1163-1175, https://doi.org/10.1080/10410, 2021
2282021
Reducing harm from media: A meta-analysis of parental mediation
L Chen, J Shi
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (1), 173-193, 2019
1452019
The effects of fear appeal message repetition on perceived threat, perceived efficacy, and behavioral intention in the extended parallel process model
J Shi, WS Smith
Health Communication 31 (3), 275-286;DOI:10.1080/10410236.2014.948145, 2016
1352016
The use of social networking sites (SNSs) in health communication campaigns: Review and recommendations
J Shi, T Poorisat, CT Salmon
Health Communication 33 (1), 49-56, DOI:10.1080/10410236.2016.1242035, 2018
1322018
What makes cancer information viral on social media?
X Wang, L Chen, J Shi, TQ Peng
Computers in Human Behavior 93, 149-156, 2019
912019
Identifying opinion leaders to promote organ donation on social media: Network study
J Shi, CT Salmon
Journal of Medical Internet Research 20 (1), e7, DOI: 10.2196/jmir.7643, 2018
712018
Descriptive norms and involvement in health and environmental behaviors
MK Lapinski, J Zhuang, H Koh, J Shi
Communication Research 44 (3), 367-387, DOI:10.1177/0093650215605153, 2017
712017
Social support on Weibo for people living with HIV/AIDS in China: A quantitative content analysis
J Shi, L Chen
Chinese Journal of Communication 7 (3), 285-298; DOI:10.1080/17544750.2014.92695, 2014
592014
Integrating risk perception attitude framework and the theory of planned behavior to predict mental health promotion behaviors among young adults
J Shi, HK Kim
Health Communication 35 (5), 597-606, 2020
572020
Social support exchanges in a social media community for people living with HIV/AIDS in China
L Chen, J Shi
AIDS Care 27 (6), 693-696; DOI:10.1080/09540121.2014.99167, 2015
562015
Who sets the agenda? The dynamic agenda setting of the wildlife issue on social media
X Wang, L Chen, J Shi, H Tang
Environmental Communication 17 (3), 245-262, 2023
332023
Online social support for intimate partner violence victims in China: Quantitative and automatic content analysis
TH Chu, Y Su, H Kong, J Shi, X Wang
Violence Against Women 27 (3-4), 339-358, 2021
282021
Social support seeking on social media among Chinese gay men living with HIV/AIDS: The role of perceived threat
L Chen, Y Guo, J Shi
Telemedicine and e-Health 25 (7), 655-659, 2019
252019
Agenda-setting on traditional vs social media: An analysis of haze-related content grounded in the extended parallel process model
L Chen, J Shi, Y Guo, P Wang, Y Li
Internet Research 29 (4), 688-703, 2019
192019
An examination of users’ influence in online HIV/AIDS communities
X Wang, J Shi, L Chen, TQ Peng
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (5), 314-320; DOI:10 …, 2016
192016
Understanding interactions in virtual HIV communities: A social network analysis approach
J Shi, X Wang, TQ Peng, L Chen
AIDS Care 29 (2), 239-243, 2017
172017
The digital divide and seeking health information on smartphones in Asia: Survey study of ten countries
X Wang, J Shi, KM Lee
Journal of Medical Internet Research 24 (1), e24086, 2022
162022
Cancer-prevention messages on Chinese social media: A content analysis grounded in the extended parallel process model and attribution theory
J Shi, X Wang, TQ Peng, L Chen
International Journal of Communication 13, 1959–1976, 2019
142019
Examining the roles of fatalism, stigma, and risk perception on cancer information seeking and avoidance among Chinese adults in Hong Kong
EWJ Lee, J Shi
Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 40 (4), 425-440, 2022
132022
Extending the risk perception attitude framework to predict individuals’ engagement in collective actions against cancer
Y Su, J Shi
Health Communication 38 (1), 91-100, 2023
122023
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