Research Projects and Publications in CUHK- Journalism and Communication

Research Projects


  • Assessing the Role of Foreign Television in Hong Kong: Local Culture and Global Identity

  • LEE Paul Siu Nam
    31 December 2000
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This study examines the impact of foreign TV on Hong Kong. HK audience can receive up to 45 domestic and foreign TV channels, including 4 terrestrial channels, 37 pay channels, and a variety of free-to-air satellite channels. A video- on-demand service was introduced in 1998. People can have access to many foreign channels, e.g., CNNI, HBO, ESPN, Channel [V], Australia TV, DW, TV5 Asia, RAI, etc. However, most people prefer local programs on the free-to-air Chinese channels of TVB-Jade & ATV-Home. Although regional productions from Taiwan & China occasionally make the free-to-air TV screen during prime time, local productions of TVB-Jade channel consistently command 70% of rating while those of ATV have about 30%. The study focuses on the question whether HK people's cultural values & identity are adversely affected by foreign programs. The findings will throw light on the issues of cultural imperialism, global culture & global identity. It will also help policymakers to make informed choices regulating foreign TV. (CU00344)



  • The Change of Public Attitude toward the Image of China due to the Advertising and Promotional Activities of the Olympics (2004 and 2008) in Hong Kong

  • LEE LAI Annisa
    15 November 2004
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    A questionnaire of 22 questions (containing around 40 variables) will be designed by the investigator. The Telephone Survey Research Laboratory of the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies will call respondents until it gathers 1000 questionnaires. The population of the random sample consists of adults aged 18 or above who lives in Hong Kong. The results will be tabulated by the investigator. These 1000 Hong Kong residents of age 18 and above will be asked about their attitudes towards China after exposure to 2004 and 2008 Olympic advertising and promotional activities disseminated through mass communication channels. The most effective communication medium, category of advertisement and promotional activity to change the image of China are identified statistically. The analysis of the effectiveness of such a promotional combination will become evaluative tool for the upcoming 2008 Olympic promotional campaign to be delivered in Hong Kong in the next few years. More detailed analyses regarding the perceptual attributes of the changing image of China, affective and cognitive natures of the ads, and the most receptive demographic group will be conducted, using multiple regressions methods. (SS04961)



  • Changing News Ecology in Hong Kong: The Impact of the Free Daily Newspapers

  • SO York Kee Clement
    1 May 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This study will examine the changing journalistic paradigm of the Hong Kong news media. The aim of the study will be to investigate the interactions between the Hong Kong press and the larger socio-political environment. The journalistic paradigm has been in flux after the handover in 1997. The arrival of the .free dailies. in 2002 and 2005 definitely has an impact on the news ecology. The specific research questions include the following: (1) What is the current journalistic paradigm in comparison with the one before the handover? (2) To what extent will the free dailies affect the roles and functions of the press? (3) How will individual news organizations of different shades react to new political and market situations? (SS05420)



  • The Changing News Landscape in Hong Kong: A Techno-Economic Perspective

  • SO York Kee Clement
    1 March 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants) Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project examines the landscape of the Hong Kong press under the new "techno-economic" environment, analyzes the dynamics of the news industry, and evaluates its performance as judged by the public and journalists. The landscape of the Hong Kong press constantly changes in response to social situation. Following 1997, the concern over decline of press freedom has subsided, but rising market competition has ignited sensational reporting and unethical conducts. Recently rapid advance in communication technologies has led to a major revolution in the news industry. These changes have in turn affected the performance of the press which often leads to widespread public concern and dissatisfaction. The proposed study will contribute to the theoretical understanding of the changing relationship between the press and society, and it also has major policy implications regarding the monitoring of the press in the new information age. The study will employ several research methods, including content analysis of media products, survey of journalists and the public as well as interview of journalists, to accomplish the specified tasks. (SS01320)



  • Changing Patterns of New Media Consumption in the Information Age: A Study on Adoption, Use and Impact on Life Quality in Hong Kong Families

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis, LEE Paul Siu Nam
    31 December 2001
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This study examines the role that new communication technologies play on quality of life. Changes in the structure of modern Hong Kong families have created new needs for new media services. Recent socio-political, cultural, and technological changes in Hong Kong are significantly changing the way people work and play, the amount of time people have to engage in family-oriented communication, social interaction, leisure activities, use of media, community participation, and subsequently, the perceived quality of life. However, many communication needs are not being met by existing media services. At the same time, the phenomenal growth of new media such as the Internet, cable TV, interactive TV, and mobile phone is changing fundamentally the way in which infotainment products and services are designed, delivered, and consumed. Through quantitative and qualitative methods, this research focuses on the relationships between changing communication needs and people.s use of new media products and services, the impact of such use on social relationships and perceived life quality. Findings will suggest new directions for a customer-centered rather than a technology-centered approach in product development for the new media market. (AL01315)



  • A Comparative Study of News Coverage of Japan and China in Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong

  • LEE Paul Siu Nam
    1 June 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This study is part of a collaborative research on the images of Japan and China held by people conducted respectively in Tokyo, Shanghai and Hong Kong. This study has three main objectives: 1) To examine the images of Japan and China covered in the television news of Tokyo. Shanghai and Hong Kong: 2) To examine the sources and reasons for the images; 3) To help television journalists to be more culturally sensitive to portrayal of stereotypes in news reporting. This study uses three methods to accomplish the tasks. First, a content analysis of a probability sample of 100 television newscasts is used to obtain television’s portrayal Chinese and Japanese people in Hong Kong. Second, a telephone survey of a probability sample of 500 people is conducted to examine the images of Japan and China held by Hong Kong people. Third, focus group studies are used to uncover the meanings of those stereotypical images held in Hong Kong. The findings of this study will draw the attention of Chinese and Japanese people to the images they hold of each other and help them to be critical in accepting and transmitting those images. For media practitioners, the findings will help to increase their cultural sensitivity in creating and transmitting the images as well. The significance of this study lies in raising both Chinese and Japanese people’s cultural sensitivity, including that of media practitioners’. (SS04370)



  • Construction the Picture of AIDS: How the Hong Kong Press Covering the Epidemic

  • CHANG Hao Chieh
    1 January 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This study examines how the local news media cover AIDS related stories in Hong Kong. AIDS has plagued the global community for nearly two decades and is posing a growing threat to this community. Although various campaign efforts have endeavoured to educate people on prevention measures, people’s ignorance of the AIDS epidemic seems more deeply rooted than expected. A recent survey conducted by The Chinese University shows that almost half the Hong Kong men who sleep with prostitutes believe they are not at risk of contracting AIDS without any protection. Why do people participate in such high-risk activities still consider themselves risk free? Why do all the campaign efforts fail to generate the public awareness? Studies show that the news media have been identified as the major source about AIDS in many countries and they can have facilitates or contradictory effect on public information campaigns. Therefore, it is essential to examine how the Hong Kong press cover AIDS related stories. Has it in any way contributed to the public misconceptions? A content analysis on media coverage of AIDS related stories can be used to assess how the press frames the issue. The findings may provide some important insights to health educators and policy makers to better assess the role of the press in constructing the picture of AIDS epidemic and help them make informed choices in selecting effective integrated campaign strategies. (SS02750)



  • Critical Analysis of Libel Litigations in Hong Kong: Implications for Press Freedom and Responsibility

  • LEUNG Wai Yin Kenneth, CHAN Johannes M M*
    1 December 2001
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    In recent years, Hong Kong has witnessed a rapid upsurge of libel suits against media organizations, which were filed by private individuals, commercial concerns as well as fellow media outlets. While freedom of expression and of the press have been struggles by the people and the news media against the government suppression at different times and in different places, the large number of defamation suits in the past few years suggests that the greatest threat to press freedom in Hong Kong probably comes from within the media industry when media organizations are engaged in civil cases against one another. This study will be the first attempt in the history of Hong Kong to systematically document and analyze all the libel suits involving media personalities and organizations that took place in the past 50 years. Specifically, this project intends to examine the followings:
    (1) what aspects of the Defamation Ordinance and relevant case law were violated,
    (2) how the courts interpret such laws and ruled regarding such violations,
    (3) what justifications and defense were raised by the defendants,
    (4) how were damages awarded by the courts and why, and
    (5) what aspects of freedom of the press and of expression are affected by such decisions.
    To bring a historical and comparative perspective to the Hong Kong expereince, case laws in the United Kingdom, the United States, Singapore, Malaysia and some Chinese communities with common law jurisdiction and traditions will be examined. (SS01316)



  • Culture Communication in Hong Kong

  • LEUNG Wai Yin Kenneth
    15 January 2003
    Chinese Culture On Net Foundation

    This is a survey research designed to scale the landscape of various aspects of Chinese culture amongst primary school pupils. A multi-stage cluster sample of about 1,800 pupils from 9 schools on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories will be drawn for such test. The landscape of Chinese culture is defined as awareness, understanding and appreciation of the history, artifacts, traditions, inter-personal relationships, religion and philosophical thoughts and life-styles. (SS02535)



  • Examining the Economic Nature of Online Content: From the User's Perspective

  • CHYI Hsiang Iris
    1 March 2001
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    The proposed study will investigate the economic nature of the Web as a news medium. The purpose is to examine plausible factors differentiating the feasibility of various revenue models for contentoriented websites. Attention will be given to how consumers perceive and assign value to online and offline content.
    A telephone survey of Hong Kong residents is proposed to closely examine the economic nature of online content -- how they perceive the relative value or utility of online content, and what determines their preferences.
    This study attempts to serve as the first step toward building theories applicable to online content consumption. The theory presented in this study will be supported by empirical data, and the data analyzed from a theoretical perspective. The goal is to contribute a new perspective to the study of online news and to provide valuable information to the industry to improve news services for online audiences. (SS00785)



  • Face and Favor: Form and Effects on Public Relations in Hong Kong

  • HUANG Yi Hui
    1 May 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Empirical research has demonstrated the existence and prevalence of the personal influence model and gao guanxi (exploitation of interpersonal relations) in the field of public relations and corporate communication in Oriental countries. More recently, mianzi (face) and renqing (favor) particularly shows its potential to be a viable variable in public relations practice, relationship management, and conflict resolution. This study aims to understand the forms of and the extent to which guanxi-related practice in general and face and favor in particular exist in public relations in Hong Kong. Moreover, the effect measures of public relations effectiveness in relation to face and favor, positively and negatively, will also be explored. The ultimate goal is to enrich the knowledge of public relations and communication management in Greater China though cross-regional comparisons. (SS07717)



  • Factors Affecting Environmental Behavior among Young Adults in Hong Kong

  • LEE Ka Man Betty
    1 January 2008
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Although Hong Kong aspires to become a world city in Asia, its environmental quality lags far behind its Western counterparts. Hong Kong, often being called “the city of stifling smog´suffers from dangerously high levels of air pollution, poor water quality, high levels of exposure to severe traffic noise; high levels of garbage disposal and rapidly diminishing landfill space. Hence, the purpose of this study is to identify effective factors in motivating Hong Kong young adults to engage in environmental behavior. Specifically, the objectives of this proposed project are: (1) to fill in the dearth of environmental research in the Hong Kong context; (2) to give more in-depth information about the current environmental culture of Hong Kong; and (3) to identify important factors that affect citizens’ decision to act pro-environmentally. The project will examine the predictability of both contextual factors (media exposure and social influence) and individual factors (environmental attitude, environmental concern, perceived seriousness of environmental problems, perceived environmental responsibility, and perceived effectiveness of environmental action) to environmental behavior. The environmental problems in Hong Kong are getting more and more serious. Past efforts and resources invested in environmental campaigns, promotion and education have yielded tepid response in the Hong Kong society. Thus, there is an urgent need to motivate more environmental participation among Hong Kong citizens. It is expected that findings generated from this proposed research to be presented in international conferences and published in journal and book chapters. (SS07732)



  • For a Sustainable Development of the Hong Kong Movie Industry: An Evaluation of the Film Council and the China Market as Policy Options

  • CHAN Joseph Man, LIANG Nianci*, FUNG Ying Him Anthony
    30 September 2006
    Public Policy Research Funding Scheme

    The overall purpose of the project is to explore various policy measures by which Hong Kong can revive and sustain its film industry. Specifically, the study will (1) review the current measures for the local film industry with a comparative perspective; (2) identify the role that the Hong Kong SAR Government can and should play in revitalizing the local film industry; (3) evaluate the pros and cons of setting up a statutory body such as film commission; and (4) explore the potential of the China market and how/whether it helps boost the Hong Kong film industry. (SS06320)



  • Free Daily Newspapers as Journalistic Paradigm Change

  • SO York Kee Clement
    1 January 2008
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This study will examine the rise and impact of free daily newspapers in Hong Kong. We will examine this epochal change to try to understand why this relatively new form of newspaper has been so successful and so enthusiastically embraced by the public.
    One major research question will be to examine how do the free dailies affect traditional paid dailies and the online news media. The emergence of the free dailies will inevitably take away some readers from paid newspapers, attract certain nonreaders, or encourage readers to consume both. It is important for the newspaper industry to know which of these three effects is the more prominent and permanent. In terms of advertising revenue, the free dailies may gain at the expense of the paid dailies, or they may expand the advertising pie as a whole. This is a matter of life and death for the newspaper industry, and is thus worth exploring.
    The proposed study will shed light on the changing news ecology, emerging business models, and market competition among the free dailies, and between free dailies, the paid dailies and the online news media. It will have implications for the role of the press in society. (CU07505)



  • Global Companies, Local Culture: Production, Distribution and Consumption of Popular Music in Greater China

  • FUNG Ying Him Anthony, MA Kit Wai
    1 September 2003
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project explores the globalization and localization of transnational music record companies in the China market. It examines how these global capitals produced Chinese singers and songs in relation to the changing cultural values of the new generations in Greater China. A significant body of literature in the fields of media studies and cultural studies, political economy and sociology of consumption has converged on (1) the interactions between global corporations and low cultures, and (2) the power of popular culture on the formation of local cultures and group identities. Specifically, our study sets out to empirically examine (1) the entry and then the localization of transnational record companies in China since the early 1990s, (2) how these foreign companies adapted local, Chinese and Asian strategies - partially from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan - to construct national Chinese stars and pave the way for their cultural business in China, and (3) how audience and fans in Hong Kong, Taiwan and urban China use popular music as a site to explore, interrogate, and transform their values and identities in relation to their subcultural groups, age, class, gender, politics and public life. The study employs multiple methods, including field and ethnographic work, in-depth interviews, and diary study as well as institutional and textual analysis. As the images of these stars and their popular songs circulate throughout China, our examination sheds light on the extent to which foreign capital has played a role in the transformation of Chinese culture in particular after WTO, not through formal politics, but by means of popular culture. Equally important, in light of the fact that many audiences find aspirations, express views, and appropriate values, identities and norms in the realm of popular music as opposed to conventional formal and political processes, the research results will become significant thermometer for social change of China and cultural policy. (CU03274)



  • Hong Kong Identity Survey (2002)

  • MA Kit Wai, FUNG Ying Him Anthony
    1 February 2002
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    This project will trace the changes of the Hong Kong identity since the Handover. It will be the fifth wave of the same study and a continuation of the longitudinal survey. The same survey was conducted in 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999. adopted is an approach of cultural studies to the investigation of identity which provides theorized discussion of the concepts of .us. and .others., identity boundary, hybridization and resistance.
    The study grounds these concepts in empirical investigation by (1) mapping the .identity distance. between the established and the imaginary .us. via-á-vis .others. during the socio-political transition, (2) charting the distance of cultural affect from mainland Chinese, and (3) measuring the identity integration with China in terms of center-periphery integration. These conceptual and historical analysis, however, are seldom placed under empirical investigation. By means of survey and in-depth interview, we attempt to answer the following research questions:
    (1) How have identity boundaries between .Hong Kong people. and .Chinese. changed since the political transition and postcoloniality?
    (2) Given that identities are built around icons and symbols embedded in social and media discourses, what are the changes of public.s feelings and emotion toward them?
    (3) What are the people.s attitudes and opinions toward the nationalistic discourse, local discourses and media discourses?
    (4) To what extent do the media influence the configuration of the identity distances or boundaries, emotive valorizations, and attitudinal judgment of identity discourses in postcolonial era? By comparing the data we collected in our longitudinal study in 1996, 1997,1998 and 1999, this study will delineate the long term trend of the changing Hong Kong identity carved under the cultural spaces of mediated nationalization and postcoloniality. (SS01631)



  • Hong Kong People's Attitudes toward Choosing Doctors and Health Information

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    27 January 2005
    People's Health Actions

    Using computer assisted telephone interview (CATI) method to collect data for a non-profit organization named “People's Health Actions.” Over 1000 Hong Kong people aged 18 or above were interviewed over the phone regarding their attitudes toward choosing doctors and health information in between late January and early February 2005. (SS04833)



  • The Image of CSSA Recipients in Hong Kong Newspapers: A Content Analysis (2001-2006)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    10 July 2006
    Oxfam Hong Kong

    The purpose of this study aims to find out the images of Comprehensive Social Security assistance (CSSA) recipients among local Chinese newspapers. The Center for Communication Research will conduct a content analysis of 1,000 reports in local Chinese newspapers (published from July 2001 to June 2006) to find out how CSSA recipients were portrayed in the reports. (SS06372)



  • The Impact of Hong Kong Television on Guangdong after the Handover in 1997 (revised)

  • CHAN Joseph Man, ZHOU Baohua*
    1 July 2006
    State Innovative Center on the Study of Journalism, Communication and Media Society, Fudan University

    Hong Kong and China has become more integrated in various domains a decade after the handover in 1997. This project aims to study how communication between China and Hong Kong has been practiced, especially in relation to Guangzhou residents’ television choices. Guangzhou residents have access to Hong Kong television through cable. In recent years, the domestic television has been gaining popularity among its audience. The major research objective of this project is to account for why the audience prefer one source of programming to another and why such preferences change over time. (SS06744)



  • Impression of General Public toward Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    20 September 2005
    Radio Television Hong Kong

    Using computer assisted telephone interview (CATI) method to collect data for Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK). Over 1,000 Hong Kong people aged 18 or above will be interviewed regarding their impression toward RTHK in October 2005. (SS05524)



  • Investors’ Opinion towards the Ways Listed Companies Publishing Announcements (2007)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    2 May 2007
    The Newspaper Society of Hong Kong

    This project aims at gauging Hong Kong retail investors’ perception, acceptance, concerns and readiness on the “abolition of requirement for main board Issuers to publish paid announcements in newspapers and related matters” proposed by Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited. The Center for Communication Research will use computer-assisted telephone interview method (CATI) to conduct data collection with a sample of 500 Hong Kong people (Cantonese speakers) who are holding stocks (Shares, Warrants and Exchange Traded Fund listed or traded on HK Exchanges and Clearing Limited) at the time of the interview or had held stocks in the past 12 months preceding the interview. (SS06630)



  • Linking the Effects of Information and Communication Technology Use and Spillovers on Distress, Family Satisfaction, Work/Family Conflicts, and Quality of Life

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    1 March 2006
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Information and communication technology (ICTs) is deeply entrenched in everyday life, both at home and at work; yet, scholars have not firmly established whether the use of ICTs blesses or displeases individuals and their families. Past research found that ICT use increases the permeability of work/family boundaries because of spatial, temporal, and psychological overlap of work and family roles. Technology can be used to bring home to work as well as work to home providing additional ways to access individuals anytime, anywhere. Internet access, e-mail, facsimile, and cellular phone at home provide teleworkers more flexibility than traditional office workers to meet both work and family needs. However, few examine the consequences of ICT use for individual well-being or family life. Some argue that blurred work/family boundaries are potentially bad for individuals and families because they promote overwork, individualism or isolation, and continual interruption. On the contrary, technology use has the potential to support work arrangements that enhance flexibility, thereby reducing conflicts between work and family. Hong Kong has one of the highest penetration rates of ICTs in the world. This panel study examines whether increases in negative or positive forms of spillover, especially around family, explain changes in distress, satisfaction with work, satisfaction with home life, and work/family conflict associated with ICT use. (SS05952)



  • Media Representations and Identity Politics of Transborder Marriage in Hong Kong and China

  • MA Kit Wai, CHEUNG Chin Hung Sidney (Dept of Anthropology), FUNG Anthony*
    1 December 2001
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This is a comparative analysis of the interactive relationship between media representations and social practices of transborder marriages in Hong Kong and China. This project adopts and interdisciplinary approach which combines theories and methods in media studies, sociology and anthropology. Firstly, the researchers will carry out textual analyses of transborder representations which include stereotypes of mainland people in the Hong Kong media and stereotypes of Hong Kong people in the mainland Chinese media. Secondly, the study will investigate the patterns of transborder migration and marriage in terms of the socioeconomic background of marriage partners. Thirdly, through ethnographic interviews and visits, this study will explore the reciprocal cultural dynamics of how micro identity politics are shaped before and after transborder marriages, and are being shaped by macro media cultures across the China-Hong Kong border. This study will contribute to the theorizing of mediated identity politics in media and cultural studies. It will display the interaction among media representations, cultural conflicts, class consciousness, social mobility, China-Hong Kong identity politics and everyday rituals. (SS01318)



  • Muslim Communities in China: The Discourse on Terrorism and the Construction of Muslim Collective Identity

  • WITTEBORN Saskia
    25 November 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Attacks on human life and property in the U.S., Europe, and China have confronted Muslim communities with negative media coverage and a perceived linkage between Islam and terrorism. Although Muslims in China are a religious and cultural minority, the communities are sizable and rather diverse with regard to ethnic identification and religious practices. This project is a case study of how Muslims in two different areas of China, that is, Hong Kong and the Xinjiang region, engage in and respond to the discourse on terrorism. The study examines the communicative strategies that are employed by members of Muslim communities in these locales to respond to the discourse on terrorism and the modes of communication used to do so (e.g., face-to-face communication, the media, Internet). The study has three goals. First, it examines whether and how the communicative strategies used to talk about terrorism and Islam are related to the expression of a local and/or global Muslim identity. Second, the study explores how Muslim collective identity is negotiated when confronted with linkages with terrorism. Third, the study attempts to highlight possible relationships, if there are any, between ethnic/cultural identifications and the identification with a local and/or international Muslim community. The research adds to the communication literature on the negotiation of local and global collective identities, assists educators interested in intercultural and interfaith dialogue to raise public awareness about what it means to be Muslim in China, and paves the way for comparative studies that examine the negotiation of Muslim identity locally and globally. (SS05968)



  • Organizational Communication and Educational Reforms in Hong Kong

  • SIU Luen Wun Wanda
    15 November 2005
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    Since October 2000, secondary schools have undergone organizational changes to adopt the reforms initiated by the EMB. Studying planned organizational change from a communication perspective can enhance our understanding of how changes are incorporated in the secondary schools of Hong Kong during education reforms, given that scant attention has been paid to adopting a communication perspective to study organization change in education. The proposed project will study organizational change and address the following issues: (1) staff members. sense making during organizational change; (2) the role of communication in the adoption of change. (SS05721)



  • Politics of Publicity: Interplay of Media, Government and Public Opinion in Post-Handover Hong Kong

  • CHAN Joseph Man, LEE L. F. Francis*
    15 October 2004
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    Hong Kong is a transitional society moving from a semi-democratic system to a fully democratic one. In the undemocratic, but free society of Hong Kong, public opinion assumes a special position in its political culture. It is against this historical backdrop that we propose to study what may be called the “politics of publicity”, referring to the set of norms, rules, and principles governing the interactive dynamics between politicians and officials, media representation, and public opinion in the public arena. Governed by the logic of publicity, such dynamics have become an increasingly important force in the political process in Hong Kong. The project will address the following research questions: (1) How is “public opinion” constituted and how does it function as a political force? (2) What is the role of the news media in representing, interpreting, and communicating public opinion? (3) How does the government shape and respond to “public opinion” as represented in the media? This proposed project will not only make a significant contribution to the understanding of political communication in Hong Kong, it will also have significant policy implications for the government, media and all other political actors. (CU04136)



  • Popular Culture Consumption and Youth Identities in Hong Kong: Trajectories and Transitions

  • FUNG Ying Him Anthony, ERNI John*, GROSSBERG Lawrence*
    1 November 1999
    Research Grants Council (Earmarked Grants)

    This project explores how youth in Hong Kong in the 1990s construct their cultural identities (including sub-cultural and gang identities) in relation to the consumption of popular culture images, icons, and narratives and through various multi-dimensional consumption practice spaces. This study focuses on the specificity of youth consumer culture in Hong Kong and attempts to empirically examine the impacts of two aspects of consumption on the formation and development of local youth's development of identities and social relations: (a) media texts which specially target at local teenagers (e.g. youth magazines, comic books, fiction, electronic and video games, and films); (b) the multiple forms and practices of popular culture consumption undertaken by local youth (e.g. dining, shopping, skating and bowling etc.) in various urban spaces and settings. A significant body of literature in the fields of cultural studies, youth subculture studies, and media consumption studies both in the West and in Asian contexts points to the centrality and power of cultural consumption in the formation of cultural identities, values, and a sense of belonging among youth. By employing multiple research methods (namely participant observation, focus groups, in-depth interviews, textual analysis and spatial analysis), the researchers explicate specific processes in which media consumption and shopping practices shape the changing behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, tastes, lifestyles and values among Hong Kong youth. Understanding of the youth culture helps explicate various youth problems such as suicide, drug abuse, gang activities, premarital sex relationships and juvenile delinquency. Equally important, given the close relationship between the culture of everyday life and historical context, their research sheds light on youth identity formation in terms of cultural and political citizenship. The research results will provide a locus for educational, cultural and youth policy debates, and have significance for the allocation of resources for social services aiming at better addressing the needs of local youth. (SS99461)



  • Public Attitudes towards the Television Announcements in the Public Interest Series “Our Home Our Country”

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    20 December 2006
    Home Affairs Bureau

    This project aims at gauging Hong Kong people’s attitudes towards the television announcements in the public interest series on “Our Home Our Country”. It consists of three parts. First, a telephone survey with 1500 respondents aged 15 or above will be conducted in February 2007 to examine people’s attitudes and opinions towards the television announcements. Second, between January and March 2007, ten focus group interviews will be carried out to understand the in-depth reasons of people’s attitudes and opinions. Finally, around 300 self administered questionnaire completed by primary 5-6 and secondary 1-3 students will be conducted through school visits in February 2007 to cover the attitudes and opinions from teenagers aged 10 to 14. (SS06589)



  • A Series of Telephone Opinion Surveys on Various Social and Economic Issues (3/08 – 8/08)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    1 March 2008
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The purpose of this series of telephone opinion surveys is to gauge Hong Kong people’s opinions on various social and economic issues between March 2008 and August 2008. (SS07398)



  • A Series of Telephone Opinion Surveys on Various Social and Economic Issues (3/2007 – 8/2007)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    1 March 2007
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The purpose of this series of telephone opinion surveys is to gauge Hong Kong people's opinions on various social and economic issues between March 2007 and August 2007. (SS06456)



  • A Series of Telephone Opinion Surveys on Various Social and Economic Issues (9/07 – 2/08)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    1 September 2007
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The purpose of this series of telephone opinion surveys is to gauge Hong Kong people’s opinions on various social and economic issue between September 2007 and February 2008. (SS07741)



  • A Series of Telephone Opinion Surveys on Various Social and Economic Issues (9/2006 – 2/2007)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    1 September 2006
    Central Policy Unit, HKSAR Government

    The purpose of this series of telephone opinion surveys is to gauge Hong Kong people’s opinions on various social and economic issues between September 2006 and February 2007. (SS06948)



  • Study on Undesirable Language in Broadcasting Service (2008)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi L
    14 December 2007
    AsiaNet Communications Limited

    This is a preliminary study aiming at finding a way in establishing benchmarks for the Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority for gauging the tastes and perceptions of decency and indecency of the Hong Kong public in terms of use of language on television and radio. Five focus groups will be conducted to find out people’s perceptions and opinions on undesirable language in broadcasting service. Based on the findings of the preliminary study, a recommendation will be made on whether a larger scale study is necessary. (SS07403)



  • Survey on Media Use and Perception Towards Different Areas between Two Generations in Hong Kong (2008)

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    26 May 2008
    TechMatrix Research Centre Limited

    The project aims at gauging media use and perception towards different areas between two generations. The Center for Communication Research will use computer-assisted telephone interview method (CATI) to conduct data collection with a sample of 1000 Hong Kong people (Cantonese speakers) aged 14 to 60. (SS07627)



  • Things for Which Parents Feel Most Hurt or Happy about Their Children

  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis
    31 October 2005
    Hong Kong Family Welfare Society

    Using computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) method to collect data for Hong Kong Family Welfare Society and Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK). Over 500 parents having children aged 18 or below will be interviewed regarding things they felt most hurt and happy about in their relationship with their children in November 2005. (SS05467)



  • Vocal Minorities and Silent Majorities: Citizen Perceptions and Media Representations of Public Opinion in Hong Kong

  • CHAN Joseph Man, LEE Francis*
    16 November 2003
    CUHK Research Committee Funding (Direct Grants)

    It is now widely accepted that the anti-government rally on July 1st, 2003, has changed the political landscape in Hong Kong. Among other things that it may have symbolized, the July 1st rally and its aftermath have demonstrated the power of “public opinion” in Hong Kong. However, given the fact that the Hong Kong government is not a fully democratic one, how could “public opinion” be effective in forcing the government to respond? This project is an attempt to understand the power and limitations of public opinions in Hong Kong through a conceptual focus on the notions of “vocal minorities” and “silent majorities”. The specific research questions that we ask in this project are: 1) Do the opinions of the silent majorities match those of the vocal minorities as represented in the news media on various political and social issues? 2) To what extent are citizens’ perceptions of public opinions influenced by the vocal minorities? 3) How do media representations of public opinions affect citizens’ perceptions of pubic opinion and their own individual opinions? 4) How do citizens’ perceptions of public opinions relate to their individual opinions on social issues? (SS03622)




Research Publications


  • CHAN Joseph Man. "China and Press Freedom in Hong Kong: A Post-Handover Update." Paper presented in the Conference on Communication Frontiers in the New Millennium, organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, July 2000.



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Education and Principle-based Opinion: A Study of the Right of Abode Controversy in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Kenneth K.L. Chau and Francis L.F. Lee) Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.111; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.111; CUTW-Book Collection (Restricted to CUTW users only) H62.5.H6 H62 no.111)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Energized Public Opinion and Political Parallelism: A Case Study of the July 1 2003 Rally in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lee Francis) Paper presented in the Politics of Culture in Hong Kong, School of Journalism and Communication, organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2005



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Ethical Attitudes and Perceived Practice: A Comparative Study of Journalists in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan." (co-authored with Lo Ven Hwei and Pan Zhongdang) Asian Journal of Communication (Routledge/Taylor & Francis) vol.15 no.2 (2005), pp.175-193
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Evaluations of Media and Understanding of Politics: The Role of Education among Hong Kong Citizens." (co-authored with Lee Francis and So York Kee Clement) Asian Journal of Communication (U.K.) vol.15 no.1 (2005), pp.37-56
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Global Connectivity and Local Politics: SARS, Talk Radio, and Public Opinion Apparatus in Hong Kong.” (co-authored with Ma Kit Wai) In SARS: Reception and Interpretation in Three Chinese Cities. London, U.K.: London: Routledge, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Global media spectacle: News war over Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lee Chin Chuan; Pan Zhongdang and So York Kee Clement) Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2002.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN4781 .G56 2002; UL HK Studies PN4781 .G56 2002)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Hong Kong Journalists in Transition. (co-authored with Paul S.N. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee) Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1996.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5549.H56 C46 1996; UL HK Studies PN5549.H56 C46 1996)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. In Search of Boundaries: Communication, Nation-states and Cultural Identities. (co-edited with Bryce T. McIntyre) Westport, Conn.: Ablex Pub., 2002
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HM1206 .I53 2002)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Journalistic Paradigms in Flux: News Coverage and Political Transition in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: s.n., 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.C435 J68 1987)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Journalistic Paradigms on Social Protest: The Case of the Jubilee School Affair in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1981.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis PN5369.H72C44)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Making Sense of Participation: The Political Culture of the Pro-Democracy Demonstrations in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lee Lap Fung) The China Quarterly vol.193 (2008), pp.84-101
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS701 .C472; Also Available Online)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Making Sense of Political Transition: Political Communication Research in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lee Francis) In Political Communication in Asia, ed. by Lars Willnat and Annette Aw. New Jersey, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JA85.2.A78 P65 2009 [New York: Routledge, 2009 edition])



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Mass Media and Political Transition: the Hong Kong Press in China's Orbit. (co-authored with Chin-Chuan Lee ) New York: Guilford Press, 1991.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5449.H56 C47; UL HK Studies PN5449.H56 C47)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Mass Media and Youth in Hong Kong: A Study of Media Use, Youth Archetype and Media Influence. (co-authored with Clement Y.K. So) Hong Kong: Govt. Printer, 1992.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Gov Document HQ799.2.M35 S6 1992; UL Oversize HQ799.2.M35 S6 1992)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Media and Large-Scale Demonstrations: The Pro-democracy Movement in Post-handover Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lee Francis) Asian Journal of Communication (United Kingdom) vol.17 no.2 (June 2007), pp.215-228
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Media and Politics in Hong Kong: A Decade After the Handover." (co-authored with Lee Francis) China Perspectives vol.2007 no.2 (2007), pp.49-57
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS779.15 .P47)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Media and Politics in Post-handover Hong Kong (co-edited with Lee Lap Fung) London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2008. The book was earlier published as a special issue on Asian Journal of Communication vol.17 Issue 2 (2007), pp. 127-229
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5449.H6 M43 2008; UL HK Studies PN5449.H6 M43 2008)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Mobilization and Protest Participation in Post-Handover Hong Kong: A Study of Three Large-scale Demonstrations. (co-authored with Lee Francis) Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asian Pacific Affairs, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.159; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.159)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Mobilization, Public Opinion and Politics in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Jubilee Seminar Series, organized by University of Macao, Nov 2006



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Mobilizing Social Capital: Internet’s Role in a Historic Rally in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Chung Robert and Lee Francis) Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Louisiana, U.S.A., May 2004



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Political Attitudes, Political Participation, and Hong Kong Identities After 1997." (co-authored with Lee Francis) Issues & Studies (Taiwan: National Chengchi University) vol.41 no.2 (2005), pp.1-35
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical D839 .I732)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Political Opportunities, Social Mobilization and Collective Actions: The Re-invigorated Pro-democracy Movement in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lee Francis) The China Review vol.7 no.2 (2007), pp.93-122
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS701 .C488)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Politics of Objective Journalism in Post-handover Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lee Francis and So York Kee Clement) Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Louisiana, U.S.A., May 2004



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Power Structure, Economic Development and Press Freedom: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Singapore." Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Conference. Washington, D.C., USA, May 2001



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Press and Politics in Hong Kong: Case Studies from 1967-1997. (co-edited with Clement Y.K. So) Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5369.H72 P74 1999; UL HK Studies PN5369.H72 P74 1999; NA General Education PN5369.H72 P74 1999)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Professionalism, Political Orientation and Perceived Self-censorship: A Survey Study of Hong Kong Journalists". (co-authored with Lee Lap Fung) Paper presented in the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada. May 2008



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Professionalism, Political Orientation, and Perceived Self-Censorship :A Survey Study of Hong Kong Journalists." (co-authored with Lee Lap Fung) Issues & Studies vol.44 no.1 (2008), pp.205-238
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical D839 .I732)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Professionalism, Politics and Market Force: Survey Studies of Hong Kong Journalists 1996-2006." (co-authored with So York Kee Clement) Asian Journal of Communication (United Kingdom ) vol.17 no.2 (2007), pp.148-158
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Reporting World Media Spectacle: A Comparative Study of the International Coverage of the Hong Kong Handover." (co-authored with Lee Chin-Chuan; Pan Zhongdang and So Clement.) Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention. Jerusalem, Israel, June 1998.



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Research on Press and Politics in Hong Kong: An Overview". (co-authored with So York Kee Clement) In Press and Politics in Hong Kong Case: from 1967 to 1997, ed. by Clement So and Joseph Chan. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5369.H72 P74 1999; UL HK Studies PN5369.H72 P74 1999)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Reunification and Press Freedom in Hong Kong: The Xi Yang Case". (co-authored with To Yiu Ming) In Proceedings of Uncertain Future: Taiwan-Hong Kong-China Relations after Hong Kong's Return to Chinese Sovereignty, ed. by C.L. Chion and Leong Liew. pp.221-244. Hans, UK: A Shgate, 2000.



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Self-Censorship and Journalistic Ethnics in Hong Kong (in Chinese)." (co-authored with So Clement and Lee C.C.) Media Digest (RTHK, Hong Kong) Jan 1999, pp2-4.


  • CHAN Joseph Man. Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: Mass Media and Political Transition in Hong Kong. Hong Kong : Centre for Hong Kong Studies, Institute of Social Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1987.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H7O3 no.20; UL HK Studies DS796.H7O3 no.20)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. Taking Both Sides into Consideration: Ambivalence in Public Opinion on Political Reform in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Lee Francis) Hong Kong SAR: The Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.186)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "The Audience in an Open and Media-Rich Environment: A Hong Kong Research Review." Paper presented in the Conference on Chinese Audience across Time and Space, organized by City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, April 2000



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "The Political Economy of Public Service Broadcasting in Hong Kong: The Case of Radio Television Hong Kong." (co-authored with Leung Grace Lai Kuen) Paper presented in the Conference on Broadcasting Policy, organized by Shanghai University and London University, Shanghai, China, May 2006



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "The Primacy of Local Interest and Press Freedom: A Survey Study of Hong Kong Journalists." (co-authored with Lee Francis) Paper presented in the International Communication Association, Canada, May 2008



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "The Role of Mass Media in the Formation of a Rally-based Pro-democracy Movement in Hong Kong." (co-authored with Lee Francis) Media Asia (2007), pp.33-46.



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Through the Eyes of U.S. Media: Banging the Democracy Drum in Hong Kong". (co-authored with Lee Chin Chuan; Pan Zhongdang; and So Y.K. Clement) Journal of Communication vol.51 no.2 (2001), pp.345-365.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "To Cheer for the Family: The Construction of Chinese Nationalism During the Hong Kong Handover."(co-authored with Pan Zhongdang; Lee Chin-chuan and So York Kee Clement) In Cultural Studies in China, ed. by Tao Dongfang and Jin Yuanpu. pp.40-68. China (Reprint): Renmin University, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS779.23 .C85 2005)



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Transborder TV and Cultural Metropolitan Domination: The Impact of Hong Kong TV on Guangzhou Residents". Paper presented in the 7th National Communication Convention, organzied by Nanjing University, China. Nanjing, China, Oct 2001



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "When Capitalist and Socialist Television Clash: The Impact of Hong Kong TV on Guangzhou Residents". In Money, Media and Power: Communication Patterns and Bureaucratic Control in Cultural China, ed. by Chin-Chuan Lee. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 2000.



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Who Can Mobilize Hong Kong People to Protest? A Survey-based Study of Three Large-Scale Rallies." (co-authored with Lee Francis) In Political Crisis, Mobilization and Confrontation in China’s Hong Kong, ed. by Sing Ming. New York: M. E. Sharpe.



  • CHAN Joseph Man. "Who Can Mobilize Hong Kong People to Protest? A Survey-Based Study of Three Large-Scale Rallies. (co-authored with Lee Francis) 14th Annual Convention of Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Center Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Center, 30, Beijing, China, July 2005



  • CHAN Joseph Man. World Media Spectacle: International Coverage of the Hong Kong Handover. (co-authored with Lee Chin Chuan; Pan Zhongdang and So York Kee Clement.) Monograph presented to the International Communication Association Annual Convention. Jerusalem, Israel: International Communication Association, 1998.



  • CHAN Sik Chee. Voices of 12 Tin Shui Wai Women. Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Union. 2006.11.



  • CHANG Hao Chieh. "Constructing The Picture of AIDS: How the Hong Kong Press Covering The Epidemic." Paper presented in the Eighth European Congress of Psychology, July 2003



  • "Mass Demonstration as A Way of Political Participation: A Study of the Relationship between Political Efficacy and Protest March in Hong Kong." Paper presented in the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 2004



  • CHANG Hao Chieh. "News Framing and Public Attitudes towards PLWHAs: A Cross-cultural Comparison between Taiwan and Hong Kong." Paper presented in the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), July 2005



  • CHANG Hao Chieh. "Public Service Announcements of AIDS Intervention in Hong Kong, 1987-2001: A Descriptive Analysis with a Cognitive Paradigm." 《廣告學研究》vol.22 (July 2004), pp. 117-141.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • CHOI Chi Hau and SO York Kee Clement. "Different Contents and Styles of Hong Kong Free Newspapers". Media Digest . 2006.01. pp.4-6.



  • CHU Shun Chi Donna. "Making claims for school media: A study of teachers' beliefs about media in Hong Kong". Asia Pacific Journal of Education. . 2008.



  • CHU Shun Chi Donna. "The rhetoric of media literacy: a case study of school TV stations in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the The Fifth Conference of Media & Communication in Chinese Civilization, Taiwan. 2007.07.13.



  • CHU Shun Chi Donna. "Towards a sustainable model of media education: Primary school reporters in Hong Kong". The Convergence, Citizen Journalism and Social Change: Building Capacity" Conference. 2008.03.27.



  • CHYI Hsiang Iris. "Re-examining the Market Relation between Online and Print Newspapers: The Case of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention, 2004.05.31.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Apathy in the time of globalisation: Hong Kong media coverage of WTO protest 2005". (co-authored with LEE Micky) Paper presented in the World Communication Association Annual Conference 2006, organized by World Communication Association. 2006.08.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Bridgeing Cyberlife and Real Life: A Study of Online Communities in Hong Kong". Critical Cyberculture Reader ed. by David Silver, Adrienne Massanari and Steven Jones. New York: New York University Press, 2006. p.129-139.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Coping, Cloning and Copying: Hong Kong in the Global Television Format Business". Television across Asia:Television Industres, Programme Formats and Globalizaton ed. by Albert Moran and Michael Keane. London, United Kingdom: RoutledgeCurzon, 2004. p.74-87.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Cram Schooling in Hong Kong: The Privatization of Education". Asian Anthropology vol.2. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2003.09. p.179-195.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GN1 .A92 v.1-2, 2002-03; Available Online)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Cultural Heroes in Hong Kong and Kelly Chan’s Fans Cultures". Hong Kong Culture and Society Conference Hong Kong SAR, 2003.11.01.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Discourse in Hong Kong". Asia Culture Review vol.6, 2007. p.92-95.



  • FUNG Ying Him. Embedding into our lives : new opportunities and challenges of the Internet. (co-authored with Louis Leung and Paul S.N. Lee) Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, 2009.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HM851 .E547 2009)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Formal vs. Informal Use of Television and Sex-Role Stereotyping in Hong Kong". (co-authored with MA Kit Wai ) Sex Roles vol. 42 (1/2). 2000. p.57-81.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical HQ768.S4 v.42, no.1-6, 2000)



  • FUNG Ying Him. Global capital, local culture : localization of transnational media corporations in China. New York : Peter Lang, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P94.65.C6 F86 2008)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Hong Kong as the Asian and Chinese Distributor of Pokemon". International Journal of Comic Art vol.7 no.1, 2005. p.432-448



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Hong Kong Cinema. International Encyclopedia of Communications". Malden MA: Blackwell, 2008.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "The Hong Kong Coverage of the Sino-American Conflict: was There a Balanced Reporting?". Xinwen Cunqiu: Global Chinese Media and Chinese Culture Communication Research ed. by Fang Hanqi. Nanzhou, China: Nanzhou University Press, 2004.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Hong Kong Online Singer". Paper presented in the The First China Online singer contest forum, organized by cn21.com, 008 Culture Communication and File Record. Guangzhou, China, 2005.08.16.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Hong Kong Popular Culture". Paper presented in the Top21 program of PS33, organized by Hong Kong Christian Service Centre. Hong Kong, 2004.10.09.



  • FUNG Ying Him. Hong Kong Popular Music Culture: A Cultural Studies Reader. Hong Kong SAR: Wheatear Publishing Company, 2004.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Intra-Asian Cultural Flow: Cultural Homologies in Hong Kong and Japanese Television Soap Operas". Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media vol.51 no.2, 2007. p.265-286.
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Invited lectures on Hong Kong Freedom and Press Sensationalism". International Affairs Offices, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong, 2005.07.11.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Learning Hong Kong's Body: Beauties, Beauty Workers and their Identitites.". (co-authored with CHAN Kwok-bun, WALLS Jans W. and HAYWARD David) East-West Identities: Globalization, Localization and Hybridization. Leiden: Brill, 2008. p.229-240.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Good Reads HM1272 .E37 2007)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Locating and Dislocating Youth Culture in Hong Kong, Plenary Speech". International Conference on Working with Youth in a Rapidly Changing World Hong Kong SAR, 2003.11



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Media Consumption and Incomplete Globalization: How Chinese Interpret Border-Crossing Hong Kong TV Dramas". Media Consumption and Everyday Life in Asia ed. by Youna Kim. London: Routledge, 2008. p.83-96.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P96.A832 A786 2009)



  • FUNG Ying Him. Media ideologies of gender in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Micky Lee) Occasional paper ; no. 172. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2006.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Reserve 2 hours H62.5.H6 H62 no.172 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.172)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Negotiating Local and National Identifications: Hong Kong Identity Surveys 1996-2006.". (co-authored with MA Kit Wai) Asian Journal of Communication vol.17 no.2, 2007. p.172-185.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Political Economy of Hong Kong Media: Producing a Hegemonic Voice". Asian Journal of Communication vol.17 no.2, 2007. p.159-171.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Postcolonial Hong Kong Identity: Hybridising the Local and theNational". Social Identities vol.10 no.3, New York, USA: Taylor & Francis, 2004. p.399-414.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical GN495.4 .S6 v.10, 2004; Available Online)



  • FUNG Ying Him. "SARS and Media: The Global Logic and Cultural Logic of Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Media Transformation in a Changing World: International Conference, Wuhan, China, 2005.11. p.17-20.



  • FUNG Ying Him. "Sensationalism in Hong Kong Newspapers". Issues and Challenges in Asia Journalism ed. by Hao Xiaoming and Sunanda Datta-Ray. Marshall Cavendish, Singapore, 2006. p.189-203.



  • KENNY James Francis. "Four Hong Kong Experiences". Hong Tourism Video. Hong Kong, China, 2005.09.10.



  • LAI R and LEE Paul Siu Nam. "e-Government as Image-Engineering: A Comparative Study of e-Government Portals of the United States, China, and Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Association of Media & Communication Research (IAMCR), Paris, France. 2007.07.23.



  • LEE Alice Y. L. and SO York Kee Clement. "Global Media for Local Use: The Development of Webcasting in Hong Kong". Media Asia vol.32 no.4, pp.226-233. 2005.



  • LEE Alice Y. L. and SO York Kee Clement. "Hong Kong: The Crown Jewel of Broadband for China with the Second Highest Broadband Penetration in the World". Webcasting Worldwide: Business Models of an Emerging Global Medium Louisa S. Ha and Richard J. Ganahl III pp.279-296. 2007.



  • LEE Chin Chuan; CHAN Joseph Man; PAN Zhongdang and SO York Kee Clement. Global media spectacle: News war over Hong Kong. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. 2002.



  • LEE Chin Chuan; PAN Zhongdang; CHAN Man Joseph and SO Y.K. Clement. "Through the Eyes of U.S. Media: Banging the Democracy Drum in Hong Kong". Journal of Communication vol.51 no.2, pp.345-365. 2001.



  • LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man. "Making Sense of Political Transition: Political Communication Research in Hong Kong". Political Communication in Asia ed. by Lars Willnat and Annette Aw. New Jersey, 2008.



  • LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man. "Political Attitudes, Political Participation, and Hong Kong Identities After 1997.". Issues & Studies vol.41 no.2, pp.1-35. Taiwan: National Chengchi University, 2005.



  • LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man. "The Role of Mass Media in the Formation of a Rally-based Pro-democracy Movement in Hong Kong".Media Asia pp.33-46. 2007.



  • LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man. Making Sense of Political Transition: Political Communication Research in Hong Kong. Political Communication in Asia ed. by Lars Willnat and Annette Aw. New Jersey, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007.



  • LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man. Taking Both Sides into Consideration: Ambivalence in Public Opinion on Political Reform in Hong Kong. 44 pgs.. Hong Kong SAR: The Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2007.



  • LEE Francis; CHAN Joseph Man and SO York Kee Clement. "Evaluations of Media and Understanding of Politics: The Role of Education among Hong Kong Citizens.". Asian Journal of Communication vol.15 no.1, pp.37-56. U.K., 2005.



  • LEE Francis; CHAN Joseph Man and SO York Kee Clement. "Politics of Objective Journalism in Post-handover Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Louisiana, U.S.A., 2004.05.25.



  • LEE Ka Man Betty. "Factors Promoting Effective Environmental Communication to Adolescents: A Study of Hong Kong". China Media Research 4(3). 2008. p.28-36.



  • LEE Ka Man Betty. "Important Factors in Motivating Adolescents to Behavior Pro-environmentally: A Study in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the 58th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, organized by the Contemporary Issues in the Intercultural Communication Session. 2008.



  • LEE LAI Annisa. " In the Shadow of the Olympics: The Olympics Beijing 2008 Promotions and the Image of China in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Association of Education for Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Convention, International Communication Division. USA, Washington, 2007.08.



  • LEE LAI Annisa. "When Kentucky Fried Chicken Meets Peking Duck: Comparing Culture Representations of Global and Local Fast Food Ads in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Fourth Conference of Media and Communication in Chinese Civilization. 2005.09.



  • LEE Lap Fung. Activating informed participation : an assessment of media effects on voter turnout in the 1998 Hong Kong Legislative Council Election.1999.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Thesis JQ1539.5.A9561 1998 L43 1999)



  • LEE Lap Fung. Education and principle-based opinion : a study of the right of abode controversy in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Joseph Man Chan and Kenneth K.L. Chau) Occasional paper ; no. 111. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.111; UL Thesis H62.5.H6 H62 no.111 c.3)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Energized Public Opinion and Political Parallelism: A Case Study of the July 1 2003 Rally in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Paper presented in the Politics of Culture in Hong Kong, School of Journalism and Communication, organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 20 pgs. 2005.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Evaluations of Media and Understanding of Politics: The Role of Education among Hong Kong Citizens.". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man and SO York Kee Clement) Asian Journal of Communication vol.15 no.1, U.K., 2005. pp.37-56.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Making Sense of Participation: The Political Culture of the Pro-Democracy Demonstrations in Hong Kong.". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) The China Quarterly 193:84-101. 2008.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Making Sense of Political Transition: Political Communication Research in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Political Communication in Asia ed. by Lars Willnat and Annette Aw. New Jersey, 2008.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JA85.2.A78 P65 2009)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Media and Large-Scale Demonstrations: The Pro-democracy Movement in Post-handover Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Asian Journal of Communication United Kingdom, 2007. p.215-228.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Media and Politics in Hong Kong: A Decade After the Handover". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) China Perspectives vol.2007 no.2, 2007. pp.49-57.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical DS779.15 .P47 2007)



  • LEE Lap Fung. Media and Politics in Post-handover Hong Kong (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) London, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2007.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5449.H6 M43 2008 c.2; UL HK Studies PN5449.H6 M43 2008)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Media and Politics in Post-handover Hong Kong: An Introduction". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Asian Journal of Communication United Kingdom: Asian Journal of Communication, 2007. p.127-133.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • LEE Lap Fung. Mobilization and protest participation in post-handover Hong Kong : a study of three large-scale demonstrations. (co-authored with Joseph Man Chan) Occasional paper ; no. 159. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2005.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL H62.5.H6 H62 no.159 c.2; UL HK Studies H62.5.H6 H62 no.159)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Mobilizing Social Capital: Internet’s Role in a Historic Rally in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man and CHUNG Robert) Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annua lConvention, Louisiana, U.S.A., 2004.05.24.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Political Attitudes, Political Participation, and Hong Kong Identities After 1997.". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Issues & Studies vol.41 no.2, Taiwan: National Chengchi University, 2005. pp.1-35.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Political Opportunities, Social Mobilization and Collective Actions: The Re-invigorated Pro-democracy Movement in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) China Review vol.7 no.2, 2007. pp.93-122.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS779.2 .C56)



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Politics of Objective Journalism in Post-handover Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man and SO York Kee Clement) Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Louisiana, U.S.A., 2004.05.25.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "The Primacy of Local Interest and Press Freedom: A Survey Study of Hong Kong Journalists". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Paper presented in the International Communication Association. Canada, 2008.05.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Professionalism, Political Orientation and Perceived Self-censorship: A Survey Study of Hong Kong Journalists". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Paper presented in the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada. 2008.05.21.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Professionalism, Political Orientation, and Perceived Self-Censorship :A Survey Study of Hong Kong Journalists". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Issues & Studies 44(1), 205-238. 2008.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "The Role of Mass Media in the Formation of a Rally-based Pro-democracy Movement in Hong Kong". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) Media Asia pp.33-46. 2007.



  • LEE Lap Fung. Strategic responses to political changes : an analysis of newspaper editorials in Hong Kong, 1998-2006.Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2009.



  • LEE Lap Fung. Taking both sides into consideration : ambivalence in public opinion on political reform in Hong Kong. (co-authored with Joseph Man Chan) Occasional paper ; no. 186. Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2007.
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  • LEE Lap Fung. "Who Can Mobilize Hong Kong People to Protest? A Survey-based Study of Three Large-Scale Rallies". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) M.E. Sharpe ed. by Sing Ming. U.S.A.: Boulder Co., USA, 2007.



  • LEE Lap Fung. "Who Can Mobilize Hong Kong People to Protest? A Survey-Based Study of Three Large-Scale Rallies". (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man) 14th Annual Convention of Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Center Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Center, 30. Beijing, China, 2005.07.18.



  • LEE Micky and FUNG Ying Him Anthony. Media Ideologies of Gender in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK, 2006.07.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "The communication research and education in Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEUNG Wai Yin Kenneth and CHU Leonard L) Global trends in communication research and education ed. by K.Leung, J.Kenny & P. Lee. Cresskill, United States of America: Hampton Press, 2006.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "A comparative study exploring the impact of Internet activities, use of new media, and leisure activities on quality of life in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEUNG Wing Chi Louis; LO V and XIONG C) Paper presented in the 14th AMIC Annual Conference Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) - Media and Society in Asia: Transformations and Transitions. China, Beijing, 2005.07.18.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Democracy, the press and civil society in Hong Kong.". (co-authored with LEUNG Wing Chi Louis) Paper presented in the 2004 Conference of International Association of Mass Communication Research, organized by Porto Alegre. Brazil, 2004.07.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "The Displacement Effects of the Internet on the News Media - A Case Study of Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEUNG Wing Chi Louis) Paper presented in the Journalism Education Association Annual Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2003.11.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "e-Government as Image-Engineering: A Comparative Study of e-Government Portals of the United States, China, and Hong Kong" (co-authored with LAI R). Paper presented in the International Association of Media & Communication Research (IAMCR), Paris, France. 2007.07.23.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Hong Kong Media Coverage of U.S. Iraqi Policy, 2003-2005". Paper presented in the International Association of Media & Communication Research (IAMCR). Taiwan, Taipei, 2005.07.26.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Hong Kong Television: An Anchor for Local Identity". Contemporary Television: Eastern Perspectives ed. by FRENCH David and RICHARDS Michael. pp.363-383. London, UK: London: Sage, 2000.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HE8700.9.A78 C66 1996)



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "The Impact of New Communication Technologies on Local Culture: A Case of Hong Kong". Communication Frontiers in the New Millennium Hong Kong: The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2000.07. p.24.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "An interlude in globalization - The world's responses to China and Hong Kong's SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome).". Paper presented in the International Conference on Epidemics and Transborder Violence, organized by Hong Kong Baptist University. Hong Kong, 2004.12.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "No News is Good News - The Media Images of Asia in Hong Kong". Paper presented in the Media Research Conference, organized by I.A.M.C.R. Singapore, 2000.07.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "The professional education of advertising in Hong Kong: A case of dependency or adaptation?" (co-authored with LEUNG Wai Yin Kenneth). Paper presented in the International Association of Media & Communication Research (IAMCR). Taiwan, Taipei, 2005.07.26.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Stereotypes and News Media: `Australia' in Hong Kong". Australian Journalism Review vol.22 no.2, pp.34-47. 2000.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "The Stereotypes of Japan and South Korea among Hong Kong People". Outer imit: A Reader in Behaviour and Communication across Cultures ed. by J. Leigh & E. Loo. pp.237-249. Sydney: Language Australia Ltd., 2004.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Television, Identity and Civil Society - The Role of a Non-controversial Public Space in Hong Kong". Television, Regulation and Civil Society in Asia ed. by Philip Kitley. London, United Kingdom: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003. pp.188-204.
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN1992.3.A78 T45 2003; Available Online)



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "What are e-governments doing? Comparing the IT-related department of the U.S., China and Hong Kong in the cyberspace" (co-authored with LAI R). Paper presented in the International Association of Media & Communication Research (IAMCR). Taiwan, Taipei, 2005.07.26.



  • LEE Paul Siu Nam. "The Youth’s Media Use in the Internet Age: A Case of Hong Kong". (co-authored with LEUNG Wing Chi Louis) Paper presented in the Youth’s Use of Media in Chinese Societies, organised by the Chinese Communication Society, Taiwan. Hong Hong Baptist University, 2001.07.



  • LEE Y. L. Alice and SO York Kee Clement. "Hong Kong: The Crown Jewel of Broadband for China". Paper presented in the 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, 20 pgs. Dresden, Germany, 2006.06.



  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "A comparative study exploring the impact of Internet activities, use of new media, and leisure activities on quality of life in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Paul Siu Nam, LO V and XIONG C.). Paper presented in the 14th AMIC Annual Conference Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) - Media and Society in Asia: Transformations and Transitions. China, Beijing, 2005.07.18.



  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "Democracy, the press and civil society in Hong Kong." (co-authored with LEE Paul Siu Nam). Paper presented in the 2004 Conference of International Association of Mass Communication Research, organized by Porto Alegre. Brazil, 2004.07.



  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "The Displacement Effects of the Internet on the News Media - A Case Study of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Paul Siu Nam). Paper presented in the Journalism Education Association Annual Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2003.11.



  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "Linking Psychological Attributes to Addiction and Improper Use of the Mobile Phone among Adolescents in Hong Kong". Journal of Children and Media vol.2 no.2, United Kingdom: Routledge, 2008. pp.93-113.
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  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "Predictors of Internet use in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong: A comparative study" (co-authored with LO Ven Hwei, XIONG Cheng Yu, and LEE Paul Siu Nam). International Conference on Internet Communication in Intelligent Society ed. by School of Journalism & Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong, China: School of Journalism & Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004. pp.13.



  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "Societal, Organizational, and Individual Perceptual Factors Influencing the Adoption of Telecommuting in Hong Kong". Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent Societies ed. by Lee, Paul S.N., Leung, Louis, & So, Clement Y.K. Cresskill, NJ, United States of America: Hampton Press, 2004. pp.149-171.
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  • LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "The Youth’s Media Use in the Internet Age: A Case of Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Paul Siu Nam). Paper presented in the Youth’s Use of Media in Chinese Societies, organised by the Chinese Communication Society, Taiwan. Hong Hong Baptist University, 2001.07.



  • LI Yee Ching and CHAN Joseph Man. "Remembering the Tiananmen Incident: A Longitudinal Study of Media Representation in Hong Kong 1989-1999". (CUHK Mphil Thesis) 2000.



  • LO V; LEUNG L; XIONG C and LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Displacement effects of the Internet on traditional media: Beijing, Taipei, Hong Kong". The development and challenges of Chinese Media In Y. Fung, T. Wu, Y. So & P. Lee (Eds.). pp.104-116. Shanghai: Fudan University Press (In Chinese), 2007.



  • LO Ven Hwei; CHAN Joseph Man and PAN Zhongdang. "Ethical Attitudes and Perceived Practice: A Comparative Study of Journalists in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.". Asian Journal of Communication vol.15 no.2, pp.175-193. Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2005.



  • LO Ven hwei、梁永熾、 XIONG Chengxu 及李少南. “Displacement effects of the Internet on traditional media: Beijing, Taipei, Hong Kong”. 《 The development and challenges of Chinese Media》 Y. Fung, T. Wu, Y. So & P. Lee 編. 頁104-116. ChinaShanghai: Fudan University Press, 2007.



  • LO Ven Hwei; XIONG Cheng Yu; LEUNG Wing Chi Louis and LEE Paul Siu Nam. "Predictors of Internet use in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong: A comparative study". International Conference on Internet Communication in Intelligent Society ed. by School of Journalism & Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong. pp.13. Hong Kong, China: School of Journalism & Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.



  • LO Wen Huai; CHAN Joseph and PAN Zhongdang. "Comparing Journalists in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan (in Chinese)". Paper presented in the Chinese Communication Society Annual Covention. Taipei, Taiwan, 1998.06.



  • MA Kit Wai. "911 Hong Kong" (co-authored with YUEN Peter). Television and New Media vol.3 no.2, New York, USA: Sage, 2002.05. pp.321-233.
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  • MA Kit Wai. "Emotional Energies and Subcultural Politics in Post-97 Hong Kong". Inter-Asia Cultural Studies vol.3 no.2, 2002. pp.187-190.
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  • MA Kit Wai. "Formal vs. Informal Use of Television and Sex-Role Stereotyping in Hong Kong" (co-authored with FUNG Ying Him Anthony). Sex Roles vol. 42 (1/2), 2000. pp.57-81.
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  • MA Kit Wai. "Global Connectivity and Local Politics: SARS, Talk Radio, and Public Opinion Apparatus in Hong Kong. " (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man). SARS: Reception and Interpretation in Three Chinese Cities London, U.K.: London: Routledge, 2006.
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  • MA Kit Wai. "The Hierarchy of Drinks: Alcohol and Social Class in Hong Kong". Consuming Hong Kong Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2001.
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  • McINTYRE Bryce Telfer. "Suburban Journalism in the Hong Kong Context". Asia Pacific Media Educator Issue no.10, pp.75-84. 2001.



  • PAN Zhongdang; LEE Chin-chuan; CHAN Joseph Man and SO York Kee Clement. "To Cheer for the Family: The Construction of Chinese Nationalism During the Hong Kong Handover.". Cultural Studies in China ed. by Tao Dongfang and Jin Yuanpu . China (Reprint): Renmin University, 2005. pp.40-68.



  • PAN Zhongdang; LEE Chin-Chuan; CHAN Man Joseph and SO K.Y. Clement. "Orchestrating the Family-Nation Chorus: The Chinese Media and Nationalism in the Hong Kong Handover". Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention. Acapulco, Mexico, 2000.06.



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  • SO York Kee Clement. "To Cheer for the Family: The Construction of Chinese Nationalism During the Hong Kong Handover." (co-authored with PAN Zhongdang, LEE Chin-chuan and CHAN Joseph Man ). Cultural Studies in China ed. by Tao Dongfang and Jin Yuanpu . China (Reprint): Renmin University, 2005. pp.40-68.



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  • SO York Kee Clement. "Dialectic of journalistic orientation: A study of the treatment of government news by the Hong Kong press". Press and politics in Hong Kong: Case studies from 1967 to 1997 ed. by Clement Y. K. So & Joseph M. Chan. Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute for Asia-Pacific St, 1999. pp.95-136.
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  • SO York Kee Clement. "Different Contents and Styles of Hong Kong Free Newspapers" (co-authored with CHOI Chi Hau). Media Digest 2006.01. pp.4-6.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Evaluations of Media and Understanding of Politics: The Role of Education among Hong Kong Citizens." (co-authored with LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man). Asian Journal of Communication vol.15 no.1, U.K., 2005. pp.37-56.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Global Media for Local Use: The Development of Webcasting in Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Alice Y. L.). Media Asia vol.32 no.4, 2005. pp.226-233.



  • SO York Kee Clement. Global media spectacle: News war over Hong Kong. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.(co-authored with LEE Chin Chuan, CHAN Joseph Man, PAN Zhongdang) 2002.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Hong Kong Apple Daily: Its Style and Impact. In World Association of Newspapers (WAN)". Shaping the Future of the Newspaper: Analysing Strategic Developments and Opportunities in the Press Industry vol.6 no.1, 2006. pp.35-37.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Hong Kong: The Crown Jewel of Broadband for China with the Second Highest Broadband Penetration in the World" (co-authored with LEE Alice Y. L.). Webcasting Worldwide: Business Models of an Emerging Global Medium Louisa S. Ha and Richard J. Ganahl III 2007. pp.279-296.
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  • SO York Kee Clement. "Hong Kong: The Crown Jewel of Broadband for China" (co-authored with LEE Y. L. Alice). Paper presented in the 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. Dresden, Germany, 2006.06.



  • SO York Kee Clement. Mass media and youth in Hong Kong : a study of media use, youth archetype and media influence. (co-authored with Joseph Man Chan) Hong Kong : Govt. Printer, 1992.
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  • SO York Kee Clement. "Orchestrating the Family-Nation Chorus: Chinese Media and Nationalism in the Hong Kong Handover" (co-authored with PAN Zhongdang, LEE Chin-Chuan and CHAN Man Joseph). Mass Communication & Society vol.4 no.1, 2001. pp.331-347.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Overview of the Hong Kong Press in 2006". 2006 China Newspaper Industry Year Book In Jian Wu Sung (Ed.). Beijing, China, 2007. pp.123-125.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Politics of Objective Journalism in Post-handover Hong Kong" (co-authored with LEE Francis and CHAN Joseph Man). Paper presented in the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Louisiana, U.S.A., 2004.05.25.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Pre-1997 Hong Kong press: Cut-throat competition and the changing journalistic paradigm". The other Hong Kong report 1996 ed. by Mee Kau Nyaw & Si Ming Li . Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 1996. pp.485-505.



  • SO York Kee Clement. Press and politics in Hong Kong : case studies from 1967-1997. (co-authored with Joseph Man Chan) Hong Kong : Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
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  • SO York Kee Clement. "Professionalism, Politics and Market Force: Survey Studies of Hong Kong Journalists 1996-2006" (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man). Asian Journal of Communication United Kingdom, 2007. p.148-158. br /> (CUHK Library Call No: UL Periodical P87 .A67)



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Professionalism, Press Freedom and Market Force: Stability and Change of the Hong Kong Press after the Handover". Communication and Society (in Chinese). no.3, 2007. pp.53-71.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "Research on Press and Politics in Hong Kong: An Overview" (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man). Press and Politics in Hong Kong Case: from 1967 to 1997 ed. by Clement So and Joseph Chan. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1999.
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  • SO York Kee Clement. When News Has No Reliable Source: Analysis of the Cop Killing Case in Hong Kong. The Chinese Communication Society Annual Conference. Taipei, 2006.07.



  • SO York Kee Clement. "When Public Opinions Collide: Case Study of the Political Reform Package in Hong Kong". Cross Boundaries: Global Communication in the New Media Age Conference. Taipei, National Chengchi University, 2006.07.



  • SO York Kee Clement. World Media Spectacle: International Coverage of the Hong Kong Handover. (co-authored with CHAN Joseph Man, LEE Chin Chuan and PAN Zhongdang). Monograph presented to the International Communication Association Annual Convention. Jerusalem, Israel: International Communication Association, 1998.



  • TIERNEY Sean Michael. "Orientalism in Scholarship on Hong Kong Cinema". Paper presented in the Whither the Orient : Asians in Asian and non-Asian Cinema, organized by Asia Culture Forum, Gwangju, Korea, 25 pgs. 2006.10.17.



  • TIERNEY Sean Michael. "Stereotypical Portrayals of Africans and African Americans in Hong Kong Cinema: Transplanted Racism as a Media Effect". Paper presented in the 11th International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies Conference. Taipei, Taiwan, 2005.07.



  • WONG Timothy K. Y and SO York Kee Clement. Future Direction of Hong Kong's Public Broadcasting. Occasional Paper No. 183 pgs. 2007.



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  • WU LEUNG Lai Kuen. "Hong Kong and Singapore: Two Asian Models of Telecommunications Regulation?". Paper presented in the 17th Biennial Conference of the International Telecommunications Society (A paper co-authored with Prof Richard Wu (HKU) was accepted for presentation), 24-27 June 2008. Montreal, 2008.06.



  • WU LEUNG Lai Kuen. "Hong Kong and Singapore: Two Models of Telecommunications Regulation?". Telematics and Informatics (co-authored with Prof. Richard W S Wu at Faculty of Law, HKU). after revision in June 2008. 2008.06.



  • WU LEUNG Lai Kuen. "Public Service Broadcasting at its Crossroads: A Political Model of Radio Hong Kong’s Evolution". The Chinese Journal of Communication and Society no.3 (2007), pp.89-113. 2007.



  • WU R.W. S. and WU LEUNG Lai Kuen. "A Unified Regulator And A Unified Law - The Right Regulatory Framework For Hong Kong Telecommunications Market?". Paper presented in the 18th European Regional Conference, organized by International Telecommunications Society, 3-5 Sep 2007. Istanbul, 2007.09.



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  • WU Richard and WU LEUNG Lai Kuen. "Converging Regulator in a Converging World: A Critical Evaluation of the Establishment of the Communication Authority in Hong Kong.". Paper presented in the ITS Regional Conference 2007, 26-28 Aug 2007. Western Australia, Perth, 2007.08.



  • XIONG Cheng Yu; LEE Paul Siu Nam; LO Ven Hwei and LEUNG Wing Chi Louis. "A comparative study on Internet use in Beijing, Taipei and Hong Kong". Paper presented in the International Conference on Internet Communication in Intelligent Societies, ed. by School of Journalism & Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong. pp.13. Hong Kong, China: School of Journalism & Communication, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2004.



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  • 張艷琳及蘇鑰機:〈香港攝影記者對本行的認識與態度—一份調查報告的分析〉,《傳媒透視》,第247期,10月號,1997,頁32-37。



  • 梁偉賢:《公共關係新論》,香港:商務印書館,1995。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HM1221 .L472 1995; UL HK Studies HM1221 .L472 1995 c.2)



  • 梁偉賢:《香港中文報章社會服務版的一些觀察》(與馮煒光合編),香港:出版社不詳,1986。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.L528 X53 1986)



  • 梁偉賢:《香港傳播硏究》(與李南合編),香港:香港中文大學新聞與傳播學系,1994。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P92.H6 H76 1994; UL HK Studies P92.H6 H76 1994 c.2)



  • 梁偉賢:《傳媒透視》,香港:香港電台,1999。



  • 梁偉賢:〈傳媒報道「居港權」事件之分析研究〉(與李少南合編),《港人內地所生子女居港權風波》,周健林編,香港:中文大學社會科學院,2001,頁18-21。



  • 梁偉賢:《傳播法新論》(與陳文敏合編),香港:商務印書館,1995。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies KNR1064.5 .C48 1995 c.3; UL Law KNR1064.5 .C48 1995)



  • 梁偉賢:《新聞學研究》,2003。



  • 陳韜文:〈中、港、台新聞人員的蛻變〉,見《傳媒透視》,香港特別行政區:香港電台,2004年11月,頁1-3


  • 陳韜文:〈國際新聞的“馴化”:香港回歸新聞報導比較研究〉與李金銓、潘忠黨、蘇鑰機合著,發表於中華傳播學會年會,香港,2001年7月。



  • 陳韜文:〈從「九七」再出發的香港傳媒〉,見The Vision of Hong Kong,Seguire Chan編,Hong Kong:Chinese Christian Literature Council,1998,頁133-136。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies DS779.23 .C85 2005)



  • 陳韜文:〈從九七再出發的香港傳媒〉,見《九七效應:香港、中國與太平洋》,吳國光編,香港:太平洋世紀研究所,1997,頁13-26
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 C5443 1997; UL HK Studies DS779.23 .C85 2005)



  • 陳韜文:〈民意激盪中的趨同與修正政治平行:香港2003 年七一大遊行個案分析〉與李立峰合著,《香港社會科學學報》,第31期 (2006年),頁71-96
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Periodical H8.C5 H75; CC Periodical H8.C5 H75)



  • 陳韜文:〈港式「人民力量」:七一的動員形態與民意政治的重構〉,見《香港文化研究》,吳俊雄、呂大樂、馬傑偉編,香港特別行政區:香港大學出版社,2005
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  • 陳韜文:〈經濟壓倒民主?一些回歸後民調數據的分析〉與李立峰合著,《二十一世紀》網絡版,第24期 (2004年3月)



  • 陳韜文:〈香港、澳門的廣播電視事業〉與馬傑偉合著,見《變遷中的香港、澳門大眾傳播事業》,行政院新聞局編,台灣:行政院新聞局,1996,頁97-134
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P92.H6 P54 1996; UL HK Studies P92.H6 P54 1996)



  • 陳韜文:〈香港傳播研究的回顧與前瞻〉,見《傳播與社會發展》,朱立﹑陳韜文編,香港: 香港中文大學新聞與傳播學系,1992,頁417-442
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HM1206 .C53 1991; UL HK Studies HM1206 .C53 1991)



  • 陳韜文:〈香港的權力結構與新聞開放格局〉,《新聞與傳播研究》第4卷,第2期 (1997年),頁31-37
    (CUHK Library Call No: Available Online)



  • 陳韜文:《傳播與社會發展:香港中文大學新聞與傳播學系成立廿五周年紀念學術硏討會論文集》與朱立合編,香港:香港中文大學新聞與傳播學系,1992
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HM1206 .C53 1991; UL HK Studies HM1206 .C53 1991)



  • 陳韜文:《大眾傳媒與靑少年次文化:油脂羣探索》,香港:出版社不詳,198-
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HKS Pamphlet Z691.C435 D34)



  • 陳韜文:《大眾傳播與市場經濟》與朱立、潘忠黨合編,香港:鑪峰學會,1997
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P96.E25 T33 1997)



  • 陳韜文:《大陸、香港、台灣新聞人員對媒介角色的認知》與羅文輝、潘忠黨合著,台北:國立政治大學傳播學院曁發展中心,2001
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P92.T25 C58 v.6)



  • 陳韜文:《新聞傳播教育對新聞人員的影響 : 大陸、臺灣和香港的比較研究》與羅文輝、潘忠黨合著,台北市:國立政治大學傳播學院研究暨發展中心,2003
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL P92.T25 C58 v.8)



  • 陳韜文:《解讀七一》,香港:明報出版社,2004
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H757 Q49 2004; UL HK Studies DS796.H757 Q49 2004)



  • 陳韜文:《變遷中的大陸、香港、台灣新聞人員》與羅文輝合著,台灣台北:巨流出版社,2004
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL PN5364 .B53 2004; UL HK Studies PN5364 .B53 2004)



  • 馮應謙:《文化感覺 : 我有說話未曾講》 (In the voices of their own) (與李沛然合編),香港:振然出版社,2000。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL 796.H74 W457 2000; UL HK Studies DS796.H74 W457 2000 c.2)



  • 馮應謙:《文化感覺II : 給大家的情書》 (Sentiment, passion, obsession and others) (與李沛然合編),香港:麥穗出版有限公司,2002。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL DS796.H74 W458 2002; UL HK Studies DS796.H74 W458 2002 c.2)



  • 馮應謙:《音樂敏感地帶》(與謝傲霜合編),香港:麥穗出版有限公司,2001。
    (CUHK Library Call No: CC ML3502.H85 F45 2001)



  • 馮應謙:〈香港男性與美〉,《堂堂男人:生活與健康》,黃志威、林冠愉編,香港:中文大學出版社,2006,頁43-46。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL WA300 .T36 2006; MD WA300 .T36 2006 c.2)



  • 馮應謙:《香港流行音樂文化 : 文化硏究讀本》,香港:麥穗出版有限公司,2004。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies ML3502.H85 F448 2004)



  • 馮應謙:《特區・政策・倫理》 (SAR, public policy, ethics) (與陳浩文合編),香港:麥穗出版有限公司,2001。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL JQ1539.5.A56 E8 2001; UL HK Studies JQ1539.5.A56 E8 2001)



  • 馮應謙:〈偶像與香港文化英雄:解構陳慧琳的歌迷文化〉,《香港.文化.研究》,吳俊雄、馬傑偉、呂大樂編,香港:香港大學出版社,2006,頁175-179。
    (CUHK Library Call No: UL HK Studies DS796.H75 X528 2006; CC Reserve 4 hours DS796.H75 X528 2006 c.3; CC Reserve 1 day DS796.H75 X528 2006 c.2)



  • 蔡巧欣、 經文麗、 翁京鳳、 曹作謙 及 蘇鑰機:〈香港馬報生態環境初探〉,《傳媒透視》,5月號,1999,頁14-15。



  • 羅文輝、 陳文及潘忠黨:〈大陸、香港與臺灣新聞人員對新聞媒介角色的認知〉,《傳播研究集刊》,第6期,台灣:傳播研究集刊,2001。



  • 羅文輝、陳文、潘忠黨、蘇鑰機、陳懷林、李金銓及魏然:《變遷中的大陸、香港、台灣新聞人員》,巨流圖書公司,台北,2004。



  • 羅文輝及陳韜文:《變遷中的大陸、香港、台灣新聞人員》,台灣台北:巨流出版社,2004。



  • 蘇鑰機及陳文:〈香港傳媒--『不負責任主導者』VS『客觀反映者』〉,《傳媒透視》,8月號,2002,頁2-4。



  • 蘇鑰機及陳文:〈香港新聞界回歸十年的表現〉,《信報財經月刊》,第365期,8月號,2007,頁39-41。



  • 蘇鑰機及陳文:〈專業主義、新聞自由與市場力量:回歸後香港新聞界的恆與變〉,《傳播與社會學刊》,第3期,2007,頁53-71。



  • 蘇鑰機及陳素娟:〈如何統計『七一大遊行』人數〉,《傳媒透視》,7月號,2003,頁6-8。



  • 蘇鑰機、王國雄及竇頌偉:〈香港傳媒可信嗎?高中學生對傳媒可信度的評價〉,《明報月刊》,第274期,10月號,1988,頁102-104。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈『港人治港』民意調查報告〉,《廣角鏡》,第121期,10月號,1982,頁10-17。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈2001 香港傳媒生態-- 由新聞工作者問卷調查說起〉,《傳媒透視》,11月號,2001,頁4-6。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈用欣賞指數量度節目品質—香港的經驗〉,《廣視與電視》,第14期,1999,頁139-166。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈再看香港報章如何處理『廿三條』立法的新聞〉,《傳媒透視》,2月號,2003,頁6-9。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港的新聞傳媒、政府與社會凝聚力〉,《青年研究學報》,第6卷,第1期,2003,頁1-8..



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港青少年傳媒習慣:娛樂萬歲〉,《傳媒透視》,2月號,2000,頁12-13<。/span>



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港前途民意調查(一九八三年四月) 〉,《七十年代月刊》,第161期, 6月號,1983,頁9-12。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港政府淡抹濃裝:政府如何參與及監管輿論〉,《突破》,第97 期,11月號,1982,頁4-5。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港報章海嘯報道分析〉,《記者之聲》,4月號,2005,頁13-15。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港傳媒公信力與道德操守:回顧、現況及展望〉,《第七屆海峽兩岸暨港澳新聞研討會論文集》,12 月12-16日,澳門,2001, 頁37-44。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈香港新聞工作者的疑慮〉,《傳媒透視》,5 月號,1997,頁12-15。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈區議會選舉票站調查的啟示〉,《傳媒透視》,12 月號,2003,頁2-3 。



  • 蘇鑰機 :〈從整體傳媒結構看香港電台的定位〉,《傳媒透視》,4月號,1998,頁16-18。



  • 蘇鑰機:〈遮打花園事件:調查結果〉,《記者之聲》, 8月號,1 期,2002,頁8-11。
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