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How people react to Zika virus outbreaks on Twitter? A computational content analysis
KW Fu, H Liang, N Saroha, ZTH Tse, P Ip, ICH Fung
American journal of infection control 44 (12), 1700-1702, 2016
1682016
Using Twitter for public health surveillance from monitoring and prediction to public response
SE Jordan, SE Hovet, ICH Fung, H Liang, KW Fu, ZTH Tse
Data 4 (1), 6, 2018
1472018
Sentiment, contents, and retweets: A study of two vaccine-related twitter datasets
EB Blankenship, ME Goff, J Yin, ZTH Tse, KW Fu, H Liang, N Saroha, ...
The Permanente Journal 22, 2018
1172018
How did Ebola information spread on Twitter: Broadcasting or viral spreading?
H Liang, ICH Fung, ZTH Tse, J Yin, CH Chan, LE Pechta, BJ Smith, ...
BMC public health 19 (1), 1-11, 2019
1072019
Public health implications of image-based social media: A systematic review of Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Flickr
ICH Fung, EB Blankenship, JO Ahweyevu, LK Cooper, CH Duke, ...
The Permanente Journal 24, 2020
1002020
Information overload, similarity, and redundancy: Unsubscribing information sources on Twitter
H Liang, K Fu
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 22 (1), 1-17, 2017
842017
Privacy protection and self-disclosure across societies: A study of global twitter users
H Liang, F Shen, K Fu
new media & society 19 (9), 1476-1497, 2017
682017
Affordances, movement dynamics, and a centralized digital communication platform in a networked movement
FLF Lee, H Liang, EW Cheng, GKY Tang, S Yuen
Information, Communication & Society 25 (12), 1699-1716, 2022
612022
Broadcast versus viral spreading: The structure of diffusion cascades and selective sharing on social media
H Liang
Journal of Communication 68 (3), 525-546, 2018
612018
Limited early warnings and public attention to coronavirus disease 2019 in China, January–February, 2020: A longitudinal cohort of randomly sampled weibo users
Y Zhu, KW Fu, KA Grépin, H Liang, ICH Fung
Disaster medicine and public health preparedness 14 (5), e24-e27, 2020
512020
Testing propositions derived from Twitter studies: Generalization and replication in computational social science
H Liang, K Fu
PLoS ONE 10 (8), e0134270, 2015
492015
Big data, collection of (social media, harvesting)
H Liang, JJH Zhu
The international encyclopedia of communication research methods, 1-18, 2017
472017
Dynamics of tactical radicalization and public receptiveness in Hong Kong’s anti-extradition bill movement
FLF Lee, EW Cheng, H Liang, GKY Tang, S Yuen
Journal of Contemporary Asia 52 (3), 429-451, 2022
452022
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
372018
Online incivility, cyberbalkanization, and the dynamics of opinion polarization during and after a mass protest event.
FLF Lee, H Liang, GKY Tang
International Journal of Communication (19328036) 13, 2019
322019
Uncovering the effects of textual features on trustworthiness of online consumer reviews: A computational-experimental approach
G Huang, H Liang
Journal of Business Research 126, 1-11, 2021
312021
Opinion leadership in a leaderless movement: Discussion of the anti-extradition bill movement in the LIHKG web forum
H Liang, FLF Lee
Social Movement Studies, 1-19, 2021
292021
Partisan bias of perceived incivility and its political consequences: Evidence from survey experiments in Hong Kong
H Liang, X Zhang
Journal of Communication 71 (3), 357–379, 2021
292021
Network redundancy and information diffusion: The impacts of information redundancy, similarity, and tie strength
H Liang, K Fu
Communication Research 46 (2), 250-272, 2019
282019
Cultural difference, social values, or political systems? Predicting willingness to engage in online political discussion in 75 societies
F Shen, H Liang
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 27 (1), 111-124, 2015
272015
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