Michael Chan
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Microblogging, online expression, and political efficacy among young Chinese citizens: The moderating role of information and entertainment needs in the use of Weibo
M Chan, X Wu, Y Hao, R Xi, T Jin
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (7), 345-349, 2012
Mobile phones and the good life: Examining the relationships among mobile use, social capital and subjective well-being
M Chan
New Media & Society 17 (1), 96-113, 2015
Shyness, sociability, and the role of media synchronicity in the use of computer‐mediated communication for interpersonal communication
M Chan
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 14 (1), 84-90, 2011
The role of political efficacy on the relationship between Facebook use and participatory behaviors: A comparative study of young American and Chinese adults
M Chan, J Guo
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (6), 460-463, 2013
Multimodal connectedness and quality of life: Examining the influences of technology adoption and interpersonal communication on well-being across the life span
M Chan
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (1), 3-18, 2014
Examining the influences of news use patterns, motivations, and age cohort on mobile news use: The case of Hong Kong
M Chan
Mobile Media & Communication 3 (2), 179-195, 2015
Social media use and university students’ participation in a large-scale protest campaign: The case of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement
FLF Lee, HT Chen, M Chan
Telematics and Informatics 34 (2), 457-469, 2017
Social network sites and political engagement: Exploring the impact of Facebook connections and uses on political protest and participation
M Chan
Mass Communication and Society 19 (4), 430-451, 2016
The discursive reproduction of ideologies and national identities in the Chinese and Japanese English-language press
M Chan
Discourse & Communication 6 (4), 361-378, 2012
Social identity gratifications of social network sites and their impact on collective action participation
M Chan
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 17 (3), 229-235, 2014
Social media use and democratic engagement: a comparative study of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China
HT Chen, M Chan, FLF Lee
Chinese Journal of Communication 9 (4), 348-366, 2016
The impact of email on collective action: a field application of the SIDE model
M Chan
New media & society 12 (8), 1313-1330, 2010
Selective exposure and agenda setting: exploring the impact of partisan media exposure on agenda diversity and political participation
M Chan, FLF Lee
Asian Journal of Communication 24 (4), 301-314, 2014
Psychological antecedents and motivational models of collective action: Examining the role of perceived effectiveness in political protest participation
M Chan
Social Movement Studies 15 (3), 305-321, 2016
Exploring the contingent effects of political efficacy and partisan strength on the relationship between online news use and democratic engagement
M Chan
International Journal of Communication 8, 21, 2014
Examining the roles of mobile and social media in political participation: A cross-national analysis of three Asian societies using a communication mediation approach
M Chan, HT Chen, FLF Lee
New Media & Society 19 (12), 2003-2021, 2017
Media Use and the Social Identity Model of Collective Action Examining the Roles of Online Alternative News and Social Media News
M Chan
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 94 (3), 663-681, 2017
Motivations for Social Media Use and Impact on Political Participation in China: A Cognitive and Communication Mediation Approach
Z Chen, M Chan
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (2), 83-90, 2017
Comparing social media use, discussion, political trust and political engagement among university students in China and Hong Kong: an application of the O–S–R–O–R model
X Li, M Chan
Asian Journal of Communication 27 (1), 65-81, 2017
(Re)categorizing Intergroup Relations and Social Identities Through News Discourse: The Case of the China Daily’s Reporting on Regional Conflict
M Chan
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 33 (2), 144-164, 2014
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