Asian Journal of Communication

Papers
(The TQCC of Asian Journal of Communication is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Western and Chinese media representation of Africa in COVID-19 news coverage51
Fake news or bad news? Toward an emotion-driven cognitive dissonance model of misinformation diffusion32
Mislabeled, fragmented, and conspiracy-driven: a content analysis of the social media discourse about the HPV vaccine in China20
Falling for fake news: the role of political bias and cognitive ability16
Chatting in a mobile chamber: effects of instant messenger use on tolerance toward political misinformation among South Koreans14
Negativity makes us polarized: a longitudinal study of media tone and opinion polarization in Hong Kong13
Demystifying disinformation shadow economies: fake news work models in Indonesia and the Philippines12
Partisan selective exposure and the perceived effectiveness of contentious political actions in Hong Kong10
Fear appeals, information processing, and behavioral intentions toward climate change9
Traditional Chinese medicine works: a politicised scientific debate in the COVID-19 pandemic9
Between ironic pleasure and exotic nostalgia: audience reception of Thai television dramas among youth in China8
Social media, gendered anxiety and disease-related misinformation: discourses in contemporary China’s online anti-African sentiments8
The effect of presence in virtual reality video on handwashing intention8
Restoration of mobility through mobile health: the digital health code as a technology of governance7
What fosters environmental engagement in China? Exploring the underlying pathways using the O-S-R-O-R model7
Parental mediation of children’s digital media use in high digital penetration countries: perspectives from Singapore and Australia7
Health literacy and information seeking and sharing during a public health crisis in China7
Governing risk society: the socio-technological experiences of China and South Korea in the COVID-19 pandemic7
Social media use and anti-immigrant attitudes: evidence from a survey and automated linguistic analysis of Facebook posts6
Examining the Indonesian government’s social media use for disaster risk communication6
Looking after the elderly, looking after the nation: Red (Xiao Hongshu) and China’s biopolitical governance of ageing6
Media exposure, perceived efficacy and positive experience as predictors of personal and social risk perceptions of mishandled vaccine in China5
From tsunami through terror attacks to Covid-19: crisis communication strategies and recovery campaigns to combat Thailand’s tourism crises5
Feeling the catastrophe: the interplay between emotional story-telling and journalistic authority in the televisual construction of natural disasters5
The multifaceted impact of social media on risk, behavior, and negative emotions during the COVID-19 outbreak in South Korea5
The social presence of online education: how MOOC platforms in China cope with collective trauma during COVID-195
The European experience with Japanese animation, and what it can reveal about the transnational appeal of anime5
Creating a parasocial relationship on social media: luxury brands playing cute in China5
Development communication for youth empowerment in Indonesia’s renewable energy projects4
Taking stock of social-political polarization in Asia: political communication, social media and digital governance4
Exposure to online news about air pollution and public trust in regulators in China: a moderated mediation analysis of perceived risk and perceived news credibility4
Green advertising: examining the effects of appeal arrangement on young Indonesian consumers’ Green attitudes and buying intention4
COVID-racism on social media and its impact on young Asians in Australia4
Political narrating in non-political crises: narrativity practices on Persian Twitter during the 2017 Kermanshah earthquake4
Leveraging moral foundations for corporate social advocacy combating anti-Asian racism: A computational approach4
How do inoculation messages work? A two-study mixed-method investigation into inoculation mechanisms4
The effect of cross-cutting exposure on attitude change: examining the mediating role of response behaviors and the moderating role of openness to diversity and social network homogeneity3
Covid-19 and xenophobia in America: media exposure, anti-Asian stigmatization, and deservingness of Asian immigrants3
From visual pleasure to global imagination: Chinese youth’s reception of Hollywood films3
The postcolonial route of WeChat: technological mimicry, excess, and orientalism3
The role of digital devices in chronic disease management during the Covid-19 pandemic—a study of senior citizens in Wuhan3
News credibility revisited: the roles of news comment engagement and news literacy on news portal credibility in South Korea3
‘Indecent’ women and gendered memory: reflective nostalgia in Hong Kong cinema3
Blaming Asians for coronavirus: the role of valenced framing and discrete emotions in hostile media effect3
Cyber-troops, digital attacks, and media freedom in Indonesia3
Praxis, hashtag activism, and social justice: a content analysis of #StopAsianHate narratives3
Stigma perceptions, social media neighborhood storytelling, and future outlook in post-disaster Fukushima3
Facebook populism: mediatized narratives of exclusionary nationalism in the Philippines3
Hiding in the echo chamber: fact-Checking failures and individual tactics of accuracy determination on WhatsApp in India3
Cognitive reasoning, risk targets and behavioral responses to COVID-19 outbreaks among Wuhan residents during lockdown3
Perceptions of the media's role and job satisfaction: a survey of journalists in Xinjiang3
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