Stephanie Jean Tsang
Stephanie Jean Tsang
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
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Cynics and skeptics: Evaluating the credibility of mainstream and citizen journalism
DJ Carr, M Barnidge, BG Lee, SJ Tsang
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 91 (3), 452-470, 2014
Giving and receiving emotional support online: Communication competence as a moderator of psychosocial benefits for women with breast cancer
W Yoo, K Namkoong, M Choi, DV Shah, S Tsang, Y Hong, DH Gustafson
Computers in Human Behavior 30, 13-22, 2014
Cognitive Discrepancy, Dissonance, and Selective Exposure
S Tsang
Media Psychology 22 (3), 394-417, 2019
It is out of my hands: how deferring control to God can decrease quality of life for breast cancer patients
B McLaughlin, W Yoo, J D'Angelo, S Tsang, B Shaw, D Shah, T Baker, ...
Psycho‐Oncology 22 (12), 2747-2754, 2013
Motivated Fake News Perception: The Impact of News Sources and Policy Support on Audiences’ Assessment of News Fakeness
SJ Tsang
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 98 (4), 1059-1077, 2021
Self‐protection by fact‐checking: How pandemic information seeking and verifying affect preventive behaviours
X Zhao, SJ Tsang
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 30 (2), 171-184, 2022
Empathy and the Hostile Media Phenomenon
SJ Tsang
Journal of Communication 68 (4), 809-829, 2018
Predicting COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Hong Kong: Vaccine knowledge, risks from coronavirus, and risks and benefits of vaccination
SJ Tsang
Vaccine: X, 2022
Issue stance and perceived journalistic motives explain divergent audience perceptions of fake news
SJ Tsang
Journalism 23 (4), 823-840, 2022
Opinion leaders, perceived media hostility and political participation
SJ Tsang, H Rojas
Communication Studies 71 (5), 753-767, 2020
Online engagement and political participation: Reception, expression and sharing in Facebook groups and discussion forums
SJ Tsang
World Association for Public Opinion Research’s (WAPOR) 65th Annual Conference, 2012
News Credibility and Media Literacy in the Digital Age
SJ Tsang
Handbook of Research on Media Literacy Research and Applications Across …, 2019
Biased, not lazy: assessing the effect of COVID-19 misinformation tactics on perceptions of inaccuracy and fakeness
SJ Tsang
Online Media and Global Communication 1 (3), 469-496, 2022
Examining the impact of news attention and education on political tolerance in Hong Kong
SJ Tsang
Chinese Journal of Communication 6 (3), 286-304, 2013
Motivated Responsibility Attribution in a Pandemic: Roles of Political Orientation, Perceived Severity, and Construal Level
X Zhao, SJ Tsang, S Xu
International Journal of Communication 16, 23, 2022
Assessing Mechanisms Underlying the Sharing of Official and Unofficial Information during a Pandemic
SJ Tsang, X Zhao, YRR Chen
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (24), 13298, 2021
Understanding Perceived Fakeness of Online Health News in Hong Kong
SJ Tsang
International Journal of Digital Literacy and Digital Competence (IJDLDC) 11 …, 2020
Comparing Political Discourse in Facebook Groups and Forums: Ambivalence, Social Accountability, and Political Participation
SJ Tsang
Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2011
How People Process Different Types of Health Misinformation: Roles of Content Falsity and Evidence Type
X Zhao, SJ Tsang
Health Communication, 1-13, 2023
Communicating Climate Change: The Impact of Animated Data Visualizations on Perceptions of Journalistic Motive and Media Bias
SJ Tsang
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 2023
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