Jing Zeng
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The co-evolution of two Chinese mobile short video apps: Parallel platformization of Douyin and TikTok
DBV Kaye, X Chen, J Zeng
Mobile Media & Communication 9 (2), 229-253, 2021
Showing they care (or don’t): Affective publics and ambivalent climate activism on TikTok
S Hautea, P Parks, B Takahashi, J Zeng
Social media+ society 7 (2), 20563051211012344, 2021
#PositiveEnergy Douyin: constructing “playful patriotism” in a Chinese short-video application
X Chen, DB Valdovinos Kaye, J Zeng
Chinese Journal of Communication 14 (1), 97-117, 2021
‘#OkBoomer, time to meet the Zoomers’: studying the memefication of intergenerational politics on TikTok
J Zeng, C Abidin
Information, Communication & Society, 1-23, 2021
How social media construct “truth” around crisis events: Weibo's rumor management strategies after the 2015 Tianjin blasts
J Zeng, C Chan, K Fu
Policy & internet 9 (3), 297-320, 2017
Conceptualizing “dark platforms”. Covid-19-related conspiracy theories on 8kun and Gab
J Zeng, MS Schäfer
Digital Journalism 9 (9), 1321-1343, 2021
# MeToo as connective action: A study of the anti-sexual violence and anti-sexual harassment campaign on Chinese social media in 2018
J Zeng
Journalism Practice 14 (2), 171-190, 2020
Research perspectives on TikTok & its legacy apps| Reposting “till Albert Einstein is TikTok famous”: The memetic construction of science on TikTok
J Zeng, MS Schäfer, J Allgaier
International Journal of Communication 15, 32, 2021
Feeling Asian Together: Coping With# COVIDRacism on Subtle Asian Traits
C Abidin, J Zeng
Social Media+ Society 6 (3), 2056305120948223, 2020
From “Nasa Lies” to “Reptilian Eyes”: Mapping communication about 10 conspiracy theories, their communities, and main propagators on Twitter
D Mahl, J Zeng, MS Schäfer
Social Media+ Society 7 (2), 20563051211017482, 2021
Research perspectives on TikTok & its legacy apps| research perspectives on TikTok and its legacy apps—introduction
J Zeng, C Abidin, MS Schäfer
International Journal of Communication 15, 12, 2021
Is citizen journalism better than professional journalism for fact-checking rumours in China? How Weibo users verified information following the 2015 Tianjin blasts
J Zeng, J Burgess, A Bruns
Global Media and China 4 (1), 13-35, 2019
From content moderation to visibility moderation: A case study of platform governance on TikTok
J Zeng, DBV Kaye
Policy & Internet 14 (1), 79-95, 2022
Conspiracy theories in online environments: An interdisciplinary literature review and agenda for future research
D Mahl, MS Schäfer, J Zeng
new media & society 25 (7), 1781-1801, 2023
You Say# MeToo, I Say# MiTu: China’s Online Campaigns Against Sexual Abuse
J Zeng
# MeToo and the Politics of Social Change, 71-83, 2019
TikTok: Creativity and culture in short video
DBV Kaye, J Zeng, P Wikstrom
John Wiley & Sons, 2022
Twitter and Middle East respiratory syndrome, South Korea, 2015: A multi-lingual study
ICH Fung, J Zeng, CH Chan, H Liang, J Yin, Z Liu, ZTH Tse, KW Fu
Infection, Disease & Health 23 (1), 10-16, 2018
A cross-national diagnosis of infodemics: Comparing the topical and temporal features of misinformation around COVID-19 in China, India, the US, Germany and France
J Zeng, C Chan
Online Information Review 45 (4), 709-728, 2021
Contested Chinese dreams of AI? Public discourse about artificial intelligence on WeChat and People’s Daily Online
J Zeng, C Chan, MS Schäfer
Information, Communication & Society 25 (3), 319-340, 2022
Defining and measuring scientific misinformation
BG Southwell, JSB Brennen, R Paquin, V Boudewyns, J Zeng
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 700 (1 …, 2022
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