梁永熾 教授
LEUNG, Wing Chi Louis, Ph.D.
Professor
Head of Department of Applied Data Science

Dr. Louis Leung joined the Department of Journalism and Communication at Hong Kong Shue Yan University (HKSYU) as a professor, following his retirement from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2018. At CUHK, he developed the MSc in New Media of which he was the Programme Director (2000-2018). At HKSYU, he has also developed the BA in Media Design and Immersive Technology programme and a new course titled Data Journalism and Augmented-Reality-Enhanced News.

Currently he serves as Director of Data Analytics and Survey Research Centre. His research focuses on cyberpsychology, media addiction, ICT and quality of life, internet literacy, telecommuting, free time boredom, multitasking and smartphone use, and eHealth/mHealth. He teaches New Communication Technologies: Trends & Impacts, Mass Communication Theories, Statistics, and Communication Research Methods.

Dr. Leung is the Associate Editor of Journal of Computer-mediated Communication and of Telematics & Informatics and was the past Editor of Chinese Journal of Communication (2008-2012). His work appeared in many journals across disciplines including New Media & Society, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, CyberPsychology & Behavior, Computers in Human Behavior, Social Indicators Research, Social Science and Computer Reviews, Telematics and Informatics, and Telecommunications Policy, among others. He holds a Ph.D. in Communication from The University of Texas at Austin. 

Courses Taught

Communication Research Methods
Mass Communication Theories
Statistics for Communication

Areas of Interest

Media addiction
ICT and quality of life
Internet literacy
Telecommuting
Boredom, multitasking and smartphone use
eHealth/mHealth

Academic Qualifications

Ph.D., Communication, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
M.A., Communication, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
B.S., Communication, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
B.A., Computer Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, USA

Work Experience

Professor, School of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (1995 – 2018)
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Hawaii, USA (1991 - 1995)

Academic Journal Editorships

Associate Editor, Journal of Computer-mediated Communication (1 out of 84 in communication; SSCI, 2018 – present)
Associate Editor, Telematics & Informatics (SSCI, 2018 – present)
Associate Editor, International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning (2009 – present)
Past Editor, Chinese Journal of Communication (SSCI, 2013 – 2017)
Past Associate Editor, Chinese Journal of Communication (SSCI, 2008 – 2012)

Editorial Board Memberships

Member, New Media & Society (2 out of 84 in communication; SSCI, 2011 – present)
Member, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (SSCI, 2018 – present)
Member, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (SSCI, 2014 – present)
Member, Social Media & Society (2014 – present)
Member, Communication and Social Change (ESCI, 2012 – present)
Member, Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies (Wiley: 2018-present)
Member, Journal of Computer-mediated Communication (SSCI, 2016 – 2017)
Member, Telematics & Informatics (SSCI, 2011 – 2017)

Awards

Recipient of The Vice-Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award (2007), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Recipient of The Faculty of Social Science's Exemplary Teaching Award (2007), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Selected Publications

Books
Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., Qiu, J.L.C., & Chu, D.S.C. (2012). (Eds.). Frontiers in New Media Research. Routledge.
Leung, L., Fung, A.Y.H., & Lee, P.S.N. (2009). Embedding into Our Lives: New Opportunities and Challenges of the Internet. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
Leung, L., Lee, P.S.N., Lo, V.H., Xiong, C.Y., & Wu, T.J. (2009). The Ascendancy of Internet Communication: A Comparative Study of Four Chinese Cities. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. (in Chinese)
Lee, P.S.N., Leung, L., & So, C.Y.K. (Eds.). (2004). Impact and Issues in News Media: Toward Intelligent Societies. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Leung, L. (2020). Exploring the relationship between smartphone activities, flow experience, and boredom in free time. Computers in Human Behavior, 103, 130-139.

Leung, L. & Chen, C. (2019). E-Health/m-Health Adoption and Lifestyle Improvement: Exploring the Roles of Technology Readiness, the Expectation-Confirmation Model, and Health-Related Information Activities. Telecommunications Policy, 43(6), 563-575.https://doi.org/10.1016/j.telpol.2019.01.005 [SSCI]

Leung, L. & Chen, C. (2018). A Review of Media Addition Research from 1991-2016. Social Science Computer Review. DOI: 10.1177/0894439318791770 [SSCI]
Ma, Q. S. & Leung, L. (2018). Gaining Access to Social Capital: The effects of personality traits, gratifications sought, and LinkedIn Use. Applied Research in Quality of life. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11482-018-9635-y [SSCI]
Lee, P.S.N., So, C.Y.K., Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., & Chan, M. (2018). Social media and political partisanship – A subaltern public sphere’s role in democracy. Telematics & Informatics, 35(7), 1949-1957. [SSCI]
Liang, J. W. & Leung, L. (2018). Comparing Smartphone Addiction: The Prevalence, Predictors, and Negative Consequences in Hong Kong and Mainland China. The Journal of Social Media in Society, 7(2), 297-322.
Leung, L. & Chen, C. (2017). Extending the theory of planned behavior: A study of lifestyles, contextual factors, mobile viewing habits, TV content interest, and intention to adopt mobile TV. Telematics and Informatics, 34(8), 1638-1649. [SSCI]
Lee, F.L.F., Lee, P.S.N., So, C.Y.K., Leung, L., & Chan, M. (2017). Conditional impact of Facebook as an information source on political opinions: the case of political reform in Hong Kong. Asian Journal of Political Science.
Lee, P.S.N., So, C.Y.K., Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., & Chan, M. (2017). The struggle for hegemony: the emergency of a counter-public sphere in post-1997 Hong Kong. Chinese Journal of Communication, 10(4), 338-359. [SSCI]
Leung, L. & Zhang, R. W. (2017). Mapping ICT Use at Home and Telecommuting Practices: A Perspective from Work/Family Border Theory. Telematics and Informatics, 34(1), 385-396. [SSCI]
Liu, P. L. & Leung, L. (2016). Migrant parenting and mobile phones use: Rebuilding relationships between Chinese migrant workers and their left-behind children. Applied Research in Quality of life. DOI 10.1007/s11482-016-9498-z [SSCI]
Leung, L. & Liang, J. W. (2016). Psychological Traits, Addiction Symptoms, and Feature Usage as Predictors of Problematic Smartphone Use among University Students in China. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 6(4), 57-74.
Zheng, P. & Leung, L. (2016). Linking psychological attributes, gratifications and social networking sites use to social capital of the Net-generation in China. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 6(3), 17-33.
Leung, L. & Zhang, R.W. (2016). Predicting tablet use: A study of gratifications sought, leisure boredom, and multitasking. Telematics and Informatics, 33(2), 331-341. [SSCI]
Chen, C. & Leung, L. (2016). Are you addicted to Candy Crush Saga? An exploratory study linking psychological factors to mobile social game addiction. Telematics and Informatics, 33(4), 1155-1166. [SSCI]
Lee, P.S.N., So, C.Y.K., & Leung, L. (2015). Social media and umbrella Movement: Insurgent public sphere in formation. Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(4). [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2015). Using Tablet in Solitude for Stress Reduction: An Examination of Desire for Aloneness, Leisure Boredom, Tablet Activities, and Location of Use. Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 382-391. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2015). A Panel Study on the Effects of Social Media Use and Internet Connectedness on Academic Performance and Social Support among Children and Adolescents. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 5(1), 1-16. DOI: 10.4018/ijcbpl.2015010101
Mo, R. & Leung, L. (2015). Exploring the Roles of Narcissism, Gratifications of Microblog Use, and Affinity-seeking on Social Capital. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 18(2), 152-162. DOI: 10.1111/ajsp.12087. [SSCI]
Bian, M.W. & Leung, L. (2015). Linking Loneliness, Shyness, Smartphone Addiction Symptoms and Patterns of Smartphone Use to Social Capital. Social Science Computer Review, 33(1), 61-79. DOI: 10.1177/0894439314528779. [SSCI]
Mo, R., Leung, L., Hao, Y. Q., Wu, X., Xi, R., & Zhang, S. (2014). Linking Psychological Attributes and Microblog Usage to Social Capital in Mainland China. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 4(2), 58-75.
Leung, L. (2014). Predicting Internet Risks: A Longitudinal Panel Study of Gratifications-sought, Internet Addiction Symptoms, and Social Media Use among Adolescents and Children. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 2(1), 424-439.
Zhang, Y., & Leung, L. (2014). A review of social networking service (SNS) research in communication journals from 2006 to 2011. New Media & Society, 17(7), 1007-1024. [SSCI]
Cheng, Y., Liang, J.W. & Leung, L. (2014). Social network service use on mobile devices: An examination of gratifications, civic attitudes and civic engagement in China. New Media & Society, 17(7), 1096-1116. [SSCI]
Leung, J.W.C., Cui, J.Y., & Leung, L. (2014). Online Parenting Information Seeking: Gratifications, Usage, and Perceived Importance by Chinese Parents with Young Children. Journal of Cyber Culture and Information Society, 26, 63-90.
Li, X. P. & Leung, L. (2014). Impacts of iPad Attributes, Users’ Lifestyles and Media Dependency on Adoption and Intensity of iPad Usage. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 4(1), 28-45.
Leung, L. (2013). Generational differences in content generation in social media: The roles of the gratifications sought and of narcissism. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(3), 997-1006. [SSCI]
Zhao, W.Y., & Leung, L. (2013). Perception of Online Polls, Information Literacy, Political Efficacy, and Online Polls Participation in Mainland China. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 3(1), 1-12.
Zhou, S.X.Y., & Leung, L. (2013). Gratification, Loneliness, Leisure Boredom and Self-esteem as Predictors of SNS-Game Addiction and Usage Pattern among Chinese College Students. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 2(4), 34-48.
Leung, L.& Lee, P.S.N. (2012). The influences of information literacy, internet addiction and parenting styles on internet risks. New Media & Society, 14(1), 117-136. [SSCI]
Leung, L.& Lee, P.S.N. (2012). Impact of Internet Literacy, Internet Addiction Symptoms, and Internet Activities on Academic Performance. Social Science Computer Review, 30(4), 403-418. [SSCI]
Jiang, Q. L. & Leung, L. (2012). Effects of Individual Differences, Awareness-Knowledge, and Acceptance of Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD) as a Mental Illness on Willingness to Change Internet Habits. Social Science Computer Review, 30(2): 170-183. [SSCI]
Huang, H. Y. & Leung, L. (2012). Gratification-opportunities, Self-esteem, and Loneliness in Determining Usage Preference of BBS and Blog among Teenagers in China. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 20(3):141-157.
Jiang, Q. L. & Leung, L. (2012). Lifestyles, Gratifications-sought, and Narratives Appeals on American and Korean TV Dramas Viewing among Internet Users in Urban China. The International Communication Gazette,74(2): 159-180.
Leung, L. (2011). Effects of ICT Connectedness, Permeability, Flexibility, and Negative Spillovers on Burnout and Job and Family Satisfaction. Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments, 7(3): 250-267.
Leung, L. (2011). Loneliness, Social Support, and Preference for Online Social Interaction: The Mediating Effects of Identity Experimentation Online among Children and Adolescents. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(4): 381-399. [SSCI]
Poon, D. C. H., & Leung, L. (2011). Effects of Narcissism, Leisure Boredom and Gratifications Sought on User-generated Content Among Net-generation Users. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology, & Learning, 1(3), 1-14.
Zhang, Y., Tang, L.S.T., & Leung, L. (2011). Collective Self-Esteem, Emotional Openness, and Traitlike Communication Apprehension as Predictors of Facebook Uses and Gratifications. CyberPsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 14(12): 733-739. [SSCI]
Lee, P.S.N., Leung, L., Lo, V.W., Xiong, C.Y., & Wu, T.J. (2011). Internet Communication Versus Face-to-face Interaction in Quality of Life. Social Indicators Research, 100(3): 375-389. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2010). Effects of Internet Connectedness and Information Literacy on Quality of Life. Social indicators Research, 98(2): 273 – 290. [SSCI]
Lee, P.S.N., Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., Qiu, J.L., & So, C.Y.K. (2010). Chinese Journal of Communication. The Review of Communication, 10(2), 172-180.
Leung, L. (2009). Users-Generated Content on the Internet: An Examination of Gratifications, Civic Engagement, and Psychological Empowerment. New Media & Society, 11(8): 1327-1347. [SSCI]
Huang, H.Y. & Leung, L. (2009). Instant Messenger Addiction among Teenagers in China: Shyness, Alienation, and Academic Performance Decrements. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12(6): 675-679. [SSCI]
Lo, O.W.Y. & Leung, L. (2009). Effects of Gratification-Opportunities and Gratifications-Obtained on Preferences of Instant Messaging and E-mail Among College Students. Telematics & Informatics, 26(2): 156-166. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2008). Internet Embeddedness: Links with Online Health Information Seeking, Expectancy Value/Quality of Health Information Websites, and Internet Usage Patterns. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 11(5): 565-569. [SSCI]
Lee, P.S.N., Leung, L., Lo, V.H., & Xiong, C.Y. (2008). The Perceived Role of ICTs in Quality of Life in Three Chinese Cities. Social Indicators Research, 88(3): 457-476. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2008). Linking Psychological Attributes to Addiction and Improper Use of the Mobile Phone among Adolescents in Hong Kong. Journal of Children & Media, 2(2): 93-113.
Lee, P.S.N. & Leung, L. (2008) Assessing the displacement effects of the Internet. Telematics & Informatics, 25(3): 145-155. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2007). Stressful Life Events, Motives for Internet Use, and Social Support Among Digital Kids. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10(2), 204-214. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2007). Unwillingness-to-communicate and College Students’ Motives in SMS Mobile Messaging. Telematics & Informatics, 24(2), 115-129. [SSCI]
Ma, M.L.Y. & Leung, L. (2005). Unwillingness-to-communicate, Perceptions of the Internet, and Self-disclosure in ICQ. Telematics & Informatics, 23(1), 22-37. [SSCI]
Chan, J.K.C. & Leung, L. (2005). Lifestyles, Reliance on Traditional News Media, and Online News Adoption. New Media & Society, 7(3): 357-382. [SSCI]
Leung, L. & Lee, P.S.N. (2005). Multiple Determinants of Life Quality: The Roles of Internet Activities, Use of New Media, Social Support, and Leisure Activities. Telematics & Informatics, 22(3): 161-180. [SSCI]
Chak, K. & Leung, L. (2004). Shyness and Locus of control as Predictors of Internet Addiction and Internet Use. CyberPsychology and Behavior, 7(5): 559-570. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2004). Net-Generation Attributes and Seductive Properties of the Internet as Predictors of Online Activities and Internet Addiction. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 7(3): 333-348. [SSCI]
Hu, S. & Leung, L. (2003). Effects of Expectancy-value, Attitudes, and Use of the Internet on Psychological Empowerment Experienced by Chinese Women at the Workplace. Telematics & Informatics, 20(4): 365-382. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2003). Impacts of Net-Generation Attributes, Seductive Properties of the Internet, and Gratifications-Obtained on Internet Use. Telematics & Informatics, 20(2): 107-129. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2002). Loneliness, Self-disclosure, and ICQ (“I Seek You”) Use. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 5(3): 241-251. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2001). College Student Motives for Chatting on “ICQ.” New Media and Society, 3(4): 483-500. Sage. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (2001). Gratifications, Chronic Loneliness and Internet Use. Asian Journal of Communication, 11(1): 96-119, May/June.
Leung, L. & Wei, R. (2000). More than Just Talk on the Move: Uses and Gratifications of Cellular Phone.Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 77(2): 308-320. [SSCI]
Leung, L. & Wei, R. (1999). Who are the Mobile Phone Have-nots? Influences and Consequences. New Media and Society, 1(2): 209-226. [SSCI]
Leung, L.& Wei, R. (1999). Seeking News via the Pager: An Expectancy-value Study. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 43(3): 1-17. [SSCI]
Wei, R. & Leung, L. (1999). Blurring Public and Private Behaviors in Public Space: Policy Challenges in the Use and Improper Use of the Cell Phone. Telematics & Informatics, 16(1-2): 11-26. [SSCI]
Leung, L. & Or, K.K. (1999). The Effects of Male Celebrity Voice-Over and Gender on Product Brand Name Recall, Comprehension, and Purchase Intention. New Jersey Journal of Communication, 7(1): 81-92.
Leung, L. & Wei, R. (1998). The Gratifications of Pager Use: Sociability, Information Seeking, Entertainment, Utility, and Fashion and Status. Telematics and Informatics, 15(4): 253-264. [SSCI]
Leung, L. (1998). Lifestyles and the Use of New Media Technologies in Urban China. Telecommunications Policy, 22(9): 781-790. [SSCI]
Leung, L. & Wei, R. (1998). Exploring Factors influencing the Adoption of Interactive TV in Hong Kong: Implications for Advertising. Asian Journal of Communication, 8(2): 124-147.
Wei, R. & Leung, L. (1998). Owning and Using New Media Technology as Predictors of Quality of Life. Telematics and Informatics, 15(4): 237-251. [SSCI]
Wei, R. & Leung, L. (1998). A Cross-Societal Study on the Role of the Mass Media in Political Socialization in China and Taiwan. Gazette, 60(5): 377-393.

Book Chapters

Leung, L. & Chen, C. (2019 in press). Cyber Behavior of the Net Generation. In Z. Yan (Ed.), Cambridge Handbook of Cyber Behavior (pp. xx-yy). UK: Cambridge University Press.
Huang, H.Y. & Leung, L. (2017). New era of Internet Addiction Research in China. In Johnson, B. (Ed.), Addiction and Medicine: Science and Practice (2nd edition). New York: Springer.
Leung, L. & Zhang, R.W. (2017). Narcissism and Social Media among Children and Adolescents. In Young, K.S. & de Abreu, C.N. (ed.), Technology, Addiction in Children and Adolescents: Risks Factors, Assessment, and Treatment (pp. 47-64). New York, NY: Springer.
Leung, L., Liang J.W., & Zhang, Y., (2017). Media Addiction. In P. Roessler (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Effects (pp. 879-892). New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Leung, L. & Liang J.W. (2015). Mobile Phone Addiction Research. In Yan, Z. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Mobile Phone Behavior. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, Inc.
Leung, L., Liang, J.W., & Zhao, M.Y.Z. (2014). New Media and Youth Research. In Hong, J.H. (ed.), The three major changes in the focus of international communication research and their contributing factors, pp. 433-458. Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press. (In Chinese)
Jiang, Q.L., & Leung, L. (2014). Internet addiction. In K. Christensen, A. Esarey, & R. Kluver, (Eds.), China handbook: Internet in China – online business, information, distribution, and social connectivity. Gt Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing Group.
Leung, L. (2014). Uses and gratifications. In G. Mazzoleni (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Leung, L. (2014). Internet and quality of life. In Michalos, AC (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 3341-3346.
Poon, D.C.H. & Leung, L. (2013). Effects of Narcissism, Leisure Boredom and Gratifications Sought on User-generated Content Among Net-generation Users. In Zheng, R. (ed.) Evolving Psychological and Educational Perspectives on Cyber Behavior (pp. 49-63). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., Qiu, J.L.C., & Chu, D.S.C. (2012). Introduction: Challenges for new media research. In Lee, F.L.F., Leung, L., Qiu, J. L. C., & Chu, D. S. C. (eds.) Frontiers in New Media Research (pp.6-16). London: Routledge.
Leung, L. & Zheng, C.P. (2011). The Net Generation. In Z. Yan (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior (pp. 199-210). Hershey, PA: IGI Global, Inc.
Huang, H.Y.& Leung, L. (2010). Instant Messaging Addiction among Teenagers: Abstracting from the Chinese Experience. In Johnson, B. (Ed.), Addiction and Medicine: Science and Practice. New York: Springer.
Leung, L. (2009). Effects of Motives for Internet Use, Aloneness, and Age Identity Gratifications on Online Social Behaviors and Social Support among Adolescents. In Zheng, R., Burrow-Sanchez, J., & Drew, C. (Eds.), Adolescent Online Social Communication and Behavior: Relationship Formation on the Internet. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, Inc.
Leung, L., Fung, A.Y.H., & Lee, P.S.N. (2009). Introduction. In Leung, L., Fung, A., & Lee, P.S.N. (Eds.) Embedding into Our Lives: New Opportunities and Challenges of the Internet. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
Leung, L.& Lee, P.S.N. (2009). Technology and Leisure Satisfaction: The Roles and importance of Internet Activities, New Media Use, Mass Media Use, Size of Repertoire, and Leisure Participation. In Leung, L., Fung, A., & Lee, P.S.N. (Eds.) Embedding into Our Lives: New Opportunities and Challenges of the Internet. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.
Leung, L. (2008). Leisure Boredom, Sensation Seeking, Self-esteem, Addiction Symptoms and Patterns of Mobile Phone Use. In Korini, E., Utz, S., Tanis, M., & Barnes, S. (Eds.). Mediated Interpersonal Communication. New York: Routledge.
Lo, V., Leung, L., Xiong, C., & Lee, P. (2007) Displacement effects of the Internet on traditional media: Beijing, Taipei, Hong Kong. In Y. Fung, T. Wu, Y. So & P. Lee (Eds.). The development and challenges of Chinese Media (pp. 104-116). Shanghai: Fudan University Press. (In Chinese).
Leung, L.(2004). Societal, Organizational and Individual Factors in the Adoption of Telework. In Lee, Paul S.N., Leung, Louis, & So, Clement Y.K. (Eds.). Impact and Issues in New Media: Toward Intelligent Societies. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Lee, P.S.N., Leung, L., & So, C.Y.K. (2004). Towards intelligent societies: The impacts of globalization, customization, flexibility, and multiple identities. In Lee, Paul S.N., Leung, Louis, & So, Clement Y.K. (Eds.). Impact and Issues in New Media: Toward Intelligent Societies. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Leung, L. (2003).新資訊科技下的新社會與新生活. In Lee, Paul S.N. (Ed.). New Perspectives on Hong Kong Media. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. (in Chinese)
Leung, L. (2001). 僱主與大學學者對現今大學畢業生質素評價的比較研究. In Cheung, Fanny M.C. (Ed.). Education Reform & Hong Kong: New Era, New Challenges, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. (in Chinese)
Leung, L. (2001). 知識型社會下的人才轉型. In Cheung, Fanny M.C. (Ed.). Education Reform & Hong Kong: New Era, New Challenges, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. (in Chinese)
Lee, P.S.N. & Leung, L. (2001). ICQ 成為青少年主要活動, 學校宜加強電腦應用知識. In Cheung, Fanny M.C. (Ed.). Education Reform & Hong Kong: New Era, New Challenges, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. (in Chinese)
Hudson, H.& Leung, L. (1988). The Growth of the Information Sector. In F. Williams (Ed.), Measuring the Information Society. Beverly Hill, CA: Sage Publications.

Invited Papers

Leung, L. (2016). 用戶(user) for 中國傳播百科全書傳播學卷。張國良教授編。
Leung, L. & Zhang, R. W. (2016). ICT Use at Home and Telecommuting Practices in Hong Kong. Media Digest. HK: RTHK.
Poon, D.C.H. & Leung, L. (August 2010). 「網世代」在網上發布內容的原因:自戀、休閒沉悶和滿足需要. Media Digest. HK: RTHK (in Chinese).
Leung, L. (January 2010). 在新浪潮中如何尋找年輕受眾. Media Digest. HK: RTHK (in Chinese).
Bo, Xiao, Jinyao, Yan, Xiao, G., & Leung, Louis (2009). IPTV: User behavior analysis. In Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Engineering Management and Service Sciences (EMS 2009), Beijing, China, September, 20-22.
Leung, L. (November 2007). 香港網民內容創作研究. Media Digest. HK: RTHK (in Chinese).
Lee, P.S.N. & Leung, L., & So, C.Y.K. (February 21, 2004). 全球化的影響: 邁向智能社會. Hong Kong Economic Journal, pp. 21. (in Chinese)
Leung, L. (July 26, 2000). Exploring factor in the adoption of Telework in Hong Kong. Ming Pao Daily News, (in Chinese).
Leung, L. (July 3, 2000). Expectations of Workforce Skills and Competencies of University Graduates in the Information Age: Comparisons between Employers and University Educators. Ming Pao Daily News, (in Chinese).
Leung, L. (April 3, 2000). Equal Assess of Information Technology in Hong Kong. Ming Pao Daily News, Section E10, Forum. (in Chinese).
Leung, L. (1999). Cyber-relationship in the Internet. Media Digest. November (in Chinese).
Wei, R. & Leung, L. (1999). Mass Media and Socio-political Change in China and Taiwan: A Comparative Study. Media Asia, 26(2): 71-92.
Wei, R. & Leung, L. (1998). Blurring Public and Private Behaviors in Public Space: Policy Challenges in the Use, Improper Use and Complaints of the Mobile Telephone. Media Digest, October (in Chinese).
Wei, R. & Leung, L. (1997). Pager as a Mass Medium. Media Digest, July (in Chinese).
Leung, L. (1995). Appraising Sex-Role Portrayals in Korean Television Commercials. Media Asia, Vol. 22, No. 2.
Leung, L. & Lau, J. (1994). Portrayal of Mainland Chinese in Hong Kong Produced Movies: Implications for 1997. Media Asia, 21(2): 107-113.
Leung, L. (1993). Estimating and Anticipating Adoption and Resistance of Interactive Multimedia Instructional Technology: A Look at Higher Education. In D. Wedemeyer (Ed.) 15th Annual Proceedings of the Pacific Telecommunication Conference, Honolulu, HI: PTC, January 17-20.
Leung, L. & Ebata, V. (1993). Measurement and Formative Evaluation of the Certificate Program in Telecommunications and Information Resource Management (TIRM) via the Hawaii Interactive Television System (HITS). In the Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference on Interactive Instruction Delivery, Orlando, FL, Feb. 24-26.
Becerra, Y. & Leung, L. (1991). An Analysis of the Academic, Social and Financial Needs of Black Students in a Predominantly White Campus, Proceeding of the 1991 National Association for Equal Opportunities, Washington, D.C.

Professional Affiliations

International Communication Association (ICA)
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)
International Association for Mass and Communication Research (IAMCR)
International Telecommunications Society (ITS)