GUO Jing
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How does political engagement on social media impact psychological well-being? Examining the mediating role of social capital and perceived social support
J Guo, HT Chen
Computers in Human Behavior 133, 107248, 2022
How does multi-platform social media use lead to biased news engagement? Examining the role of counter-attitudinal incidental exposure, cognitive elaboration, and network …
J Guo, HT Chen
Social Media+ Society 8 (4), 20563051221129140, 2022
Crossing the “Great Fire Wall”: A Study with Grounded Theory Examining How China Uses Twitter as a New Battlefield for Public Diplomacy
J Guo
Journal of Public Diplomacy 1 (2), 49-74, 2021
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 …
HT Chen, M Ai, J Guo
Asian Journal of Communication 32 (2), 93-110, 2022
The role of digital information accessibility in shaping the relationships of exposure to COVID-19 misinformation and cognitive and attitudinal effects in Asia
R Wei, J Guo, S Wang, YHC Huang
Communication & Society 62, 207–264, 2022
Is computer-mediated communication more powerful than face-to-face discussion in mobilizing political participation? A study examines participation in electoral campaigns and …
J Guo
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 20 (3), 235-249, 2023
From# BlackLivesMatter to# StopAsianHate: Examining network agenda-setting effects of hashtag activism on Twitter
J Guo, S Liu
Social Media+ Society 8 (4), 20563051221146182, 2022
Authoritarian environmentalism as reflected in the journalistic sourcing of climate change reporting in China
J Guo, X Huang, K Fang
Environmental Communication 17 (5), 502-517, 2023
Examining the Impact of Exposure to COVID-19 Misinformation on Vaccine Hesitancy Among Beijing Residents
J Jin, R Wei, J Guo
Communication & Society 63, 239–267, 2023
Social media exposure’s effects on public support toward three-child policy in China: role of cognitive elaboration, perceived negative effects, and institutional trust
J Guo, M Feng
Journal of Public Policy 44 (1), 121-142, 2024
Does Social Media Use Polarize or Depolarize Political Opinion in China? Explaining Opinion Polarization Within an Extended Communication Mediation Model
J Guo, Y Hu
Social Media+ Society 9 (3), 20563051231196899, 2023
Not Bowling Alone: Revisiting Partisan Types and Participatory Behaviors Using the Communication Mediated Model
HT Chen, J Guo
Communication Research, 00936502231195658, 2023
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