Jingyuan "Jolie" Shi
Jingyuan "Jolie" Shi
Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Baptist University
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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
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
Online health information seeking: A review and meta-analysis
X Wang, J Shi, H Kong
Health Communication 36 (10), 1163-1175,, 2021
Reducing harm from media: A meta-analysis of parental mediation
L Chen, J Shi
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (1), 173-193, 2019
What makes cancer information viral on social media?
X Wang, L Chen, J Shi, TQ Peng
Computers in Human Behavior 93, 149-156, 2019
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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, DOI: 10.1177/1077801220911452, 2020
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
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
Offspring caregivers of Chinese women with breast cancer: Their social support requests and provision on social media
J Shi, L Chen, Y Su, M Chen
Telemedicine and e-Health 25 (8), 748-755, 2019
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, 1-18, 2021
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
Promoting favorable attitudes toward seeking counseling among people with depressive symptomatology: A masspersonal communication approach
J Shi, Y Dai
Health Communication 37 (2), 242-254, 2022
Development of a multidimensional attitude scale for organ donation research: An example from China
J Shi
Health Communication 34 (6), 598-606, 2019
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