CÚline Yunya Song 宋韻雅
CÚline Yunya Song 宋韻雅
Associate Professor of Communication, Hong Kong Baptist University
Verified email at hkbu.edu.hk
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A synthetic approach for recommendation: combining ratings, social relations, and reviews
GN Hu, XY Dai, Y Song, SJ Huang, JJ Chen
Twenty-Fourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2015
562015
Selecting daily newspapers for content analysis in China: A comparison of sampling methods and sample sizes
Y Song, TK Chang
Journalism Studies 13 (3), 356-369, 2012
482012
Not all emotions are created equal: Expressive behavior of the networked public on China's social media site
Y Song, XY Dai, J Wang
Computers in Human Behavior 60, 525-533, 2016
412016
What Predicts Adolescents’ Critical Thinking about Real-life News? The Roles of Social Media News Consumption and News Media Literacy
KYL Ku, SQ Kong, Y Song, LP Deng, Y Kang, A Hu
Thinking Skills and Creativity, 2019
362019
Legitimizing Ruptures of Development Trajectories: Party Press Discourse on Rural Society in Transitional China, 1997–2006
Y Song, TK Chang
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (3), 316-340, 2012
152012
‘Collective memories’ of global media events: Anniversary journalism of the Berlin Wall and Tiananmen crackdown in the Anglo-American elite press, 1990–2014
Y Song, CC Lee
Journalism 20 (11), 1460-1479, 2019
122019
Managing impressions online: Microblogs and the state media’s adaptation of online logics in China
Y Song, TK Chang
Journalism 18 (8), 1064-1081, 2017
102017
The strategic ritual of irony: post-Tiananmen China as seen through the ‘Personalized Journalism’of elite US correspondents
Y Song, CC Lee
Media, Culture & Society 37 (8), 1176-1192, 2015
102015
Tracking the viral spread of incivility on social networking sites: The case of cursing in online discussions of Hong Kong–Mainland China conflict
Y Song, Y Wu
Communication and the Public 3 (1), 46-61, 2018
92018
Viral misinformation and echo chambers: the diffusion of rumors about genetically modified organisms on social media
X Wang, Y Song
Internet Research, 2020
82020
Polls in an authoritarian space: reporting and representing public opinion in China
Y Song, Y Lu, TK Chang, Y Huang
Asian Journal of Communication 27 (4), 339-356, 2017
82017
User Engagement in Public Discourse on Genetically Modified Organisms: The Role of Opinion Leaders on Social Media
Q Xu, N Yu, Y Song
Science Communication 40 (6), 691-717, 2018
72018
Embedded journalism: constructing romanticized images of China by US journalists in the 1970s
Y Song, CC Lee
Chinese Journal of Communication 7 (2), 174-190, 2014
72014
The news and local production of the global: Regional press revisited in post-WTO China
Y Song, TK Chang
International Communication Gazette 75 (7), 619-635, 2013
72013
The news prism of nationalism versus globalism: How does the US, UK and Chinese elite press cover ‘China’s rise’?
Y Song, CC Lee, Z Huang
Journalism, 1464884919847143, 2019
62019
Affective ties that bind: Investigating the affordances of social networking sites for commemoration of traumatic events
Y Song, R Xu
Social Science Computer Review 37 (3), 333-354, 2019
52019
Curbing profanity online: A network-based diffusion analysis of profane speech on Chinese social media
Y Song, KH Kwon, J Xu, X Huang, S Li
New Media & Society, 1461444820905068, 2020
42020
PP-DBLP: Modeling and Generating Attributed Public-Private Networks with DBLP
X Huang, J Jiang, B Choi, J Xu, Z Zhang, Y Song
2018 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW), 986-989, 2018
42018
The social foreign correspondent: reconfiguring journalistic branding research in the age of social media
Y Zeng, Y Song
Popular Communication 16 (4), 293-308, 2018
42018
A new world of spectacle in the post-cold war era: China's central television and its significant other, 1992–2006
Y Song, TK Chang
Public Relations Review 42 (3), 465-475, 2016
42016
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