Hsuan-Ting Chen
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Stumbling upon news on the Internet: Effects of incidental news exposure and relative entertainment use on political engagement
Y Kim, HT Chen, HG de Z˙˝iga
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (6), 2607-2614, 2013
The contribution of mobile social media to social capital and psychological well-being: Examining the role of communicative use, friending and self-disclosure
HT Chen, X Li
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 958-965, 2017
Problematic use of social network sites: The interactive relationship between gratifications sought and privacy concerns
HT Chen, Y Kim
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (11), 806-812, 2013
Consumers’ engagement with corporate social responsibility (CSR) communication in social media: Evidence from China and the United States
SC Chu, HT Chen, C Gan
Journal of Business Research 110, 260-271, 2020
Couldn't or wouldn't? The influence of privacy concerns and self-efficacy in privacy management on privacy protection
HT Chen, W Chen
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (1), 13-19, 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 media and online political participation: The mediating role of exposure to cross-cutting and like-minded perspectives
Y Kim, HT Chen
Telematics and Informatics 33 (2), 320-330, 2016
Impact of consumers' corporate social responsibility‐related activities in social media on brand attitude, electronic word‐of‐mouth intention, and purchase intention: A studyá…
SC Chu, HT Chen
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 18 (6), 453-462, 2019
Revisiting the Privacy Paradox on Social Media With an Extended Privacy Calculus Model: The Effect of Privacy Concerns, Privacy Self-Efficacy, and Social Capital on Privacyá…
HT Chen
American Behavioral Scientist 62 (10), 1392-1412, 2018
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
Discussion Network Heterogeneity Matters: Examining a Moderated Mediation Model of Social Media Use and Civic Engagement
Y Kim, HT Chen
International Journal of Communication 9, 22, 2015
Spiral of silence on social media and the moderating role of disagreement and publicness in the network: Analyzing expressive and withdrawal behaviors
HT Chen
New Media & Society 20 (10), 3917-3936, 2018
Following brands on Twitter: an extension of theory of planned behavior
SC Chu, HT Chen, Y Sung
International Journal of Advertising 35 (3), 421-437, 2016
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
Digital Media and Politics: Effects of the Great Information and Communication Divides
H Gil de Z˙˝iga, HT Chen
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (3), 365-373, 2019
Far from reach but near at hand: The role of social media for cross-national mobilization
HT Chen, S Ping, G Chen
Computers in Human Behavior 53, 443-451, 2015
Living in the Smartphone Age: Examining the Conditional Indirect Effects of Mobile Phone Use on Political Participation
Y Kim, HT Chen, Y Wang
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 60 (4), 694-713, 2016
How Does Political Satire Influence Political Participation? Examining the Role of Counter-and Pro-Attitudinal Exposure, Anger, and Personal Issue Importance
HT Chen, C Gan, P Sun
International Journal of Communication 11, 19, 2017
Second screening and the engaged public: The role of second screening for news and political expression in an OSROR model
HT Chen
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 98 (2), 526-546, 2021
Social Media and Protest Attitudes During Movement Abeyance: A Study of Hong Kong University Students
FLF Lee, M Chan, HT Chen
International Journal of Communication 14, 20, 2020
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