Chinese Journal of Communication

Papers
(The TQCC of Chinese 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
From WeChat to “We set”: exploring the intermedia agenda-setting effects across WeChat public accounts, party newspaper and metropolitan newspapers in China16
When scientific literacy meets nationalism: Exploring the underlying factors in the Chinese public’s belief in COVID-19 conspiracy theories14
How perceived control affects advertising avoidance intention in a skippable advertising context: a moderated mediation model13
Traffic media: how algorithmic imaginations and practices change content production11
Nationalism and political system justification in China: differential effects of traditional and new media11
Friend or foe? Human journalists’ perspectives on artificial intelligence in Chinese media outlets9
Loyalty to WeChat beyond national borders: a perspective of media system dependency theory on techno-nationalism9
Fandom nationalism in China: the effects of idol adoration and online fan community engagement9
Contesting legitimacy in China’s crisis communication: a framing analysis of reported social actors engaging in SARS and COVID-199
An empirical study of consumer video activism in China: protesting against businesses with short videos9
Idolizing the nation: Chinese fandom nationalism through the Fangirl Expedition8
What is Zimeiti? The commercial logic of content provision on China’s social media platforms8
Framing China’s mask diplomacy in Europe during the early covid-19 pandemic: seeking and contesting legitimacy through foreign medical aid amidst soft power promotion8
Military metaphors in contemporary Chinese disease coverage: a case study of the People's Daily, 1946–20198
Managing government legitimacy during the COVID-19 pandemic in China: a semantic network analysis of state-run media Sina Weibo posts7
The freedom of binge gaming or technologies of the self? Chinese enjoying the game Werewolf in an era of hard work7
Media coverage and public perceptions of the THAAD event in China, the United States, and South Korea: a cross-national network agenda-setting study7
Perceptions of food safety, access to information, and political trust in China7
Thread popularity inequality as an indicator of organization through communication in a networked movement: an analysis of the LIHKG forum7
How does the Chinese Government conduct emotional governance over COVID-19? Content analysis of video blogs6
Telegram and the anti-ELAB movement in Hong Kong: reshaping networked social movements through symbolic participation and spontaneous interaction6
Unified or divided “we-hood”: discursive constructions of heterogeneous national identities under the one country, two systems model6
Shifting journalistic paradigm in post-2019 Hong Kong: the state–society relationship and the press5
Social media live streaming as affective news in the anti-ELAB movement in Hong Kong5
Pandemic control and public evaluation of government performance in Hong Kong5
Establishing legitimacy through the media and combating fake news on COVID-19: a case study of Taiwan5
The effects of worry, risk perception, information-seeking experience, and trust in misinformation on COVID-19 fact-checking: a survey study in China5
Discursive contestations of algorithms: a case study of recommendation platforms in China4
Embedded data activism: the institutionalization of a grassroots environmental data initiative in China4
Constructing patriotic networked publics: conservative YouTube influencers in Hong Kong4
Feeling the 2019 Hong Kong anti-ELAB movement: emotion and affect on the Lennon Walls4
Confronting COVID-19: constructing and contesting legitimacy through the media in Chinese contexts4
How political disagreements undermine intrafamily communication: the case of the anti-extradition bill movement in Hong Kong3
Dynamic power relations in online medical consultation in China: Disrupting traditional roles through discursive positioning3
The de-professionalization of Chinese journalism3
Disruptive information technologies and society: evidence from digital China3
How do Chinese scientists maintain their discourse authority? Critical discourse analysis of discourse “boundary work” in genetically modified organisms discussion on a Chinese knowledge-sharing netwo3
Hanfu as therapeutic governance in neo/non-liberal China: a multimodal discourse analysis of Hanfu videos on Bilibili3
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