張曉 博士
Dr. Zhang, Xiao Grace

Dr. Grace Xiao, ZHANG obtained her PhD degree from the School of Journalism and Communication, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Journalism and Communication, Hong Kong Shue Yan University. Before joining HKSYU, she was an Assistant Professor at the Macau University of Science and Technology (2018-2022). Her research interests including marketing communication, cross-regional media consumption, media effects and health communication. Her research has been published in Asian Journal of Communication, International Journal of Communication, International Communication Gazette, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, TRE: Logistics and Transportation Review, and others.

Courses Taught

Introduction to Journalism & Mass Communication
Media and Society
Principles of Advertising and Marketing

Education

The Chinese University of Hong Kong / Communication / PhD
The Chinese University of Hong Kong / Communication / MPhil
The Chinese University of Hong Kong / Global Communication / MA
Shenzhen University / Mass Communication / BA

Representative Publications

Journal Articles

Zhang, X., & Su, C. C. (2021). Transnational media consumption dissonance and ambivalent sexism: How American and Korean television drama consumption shapes Chinese audiences’ gender-role values. International Communication Gazette, 83(5), doi:17480485211029020. [SSCI]
Fan, D., Xiao, C., Zhang, X., & Guo, Y. (2021). Gaining customer satisfaction through sustainable supplier development: The role of firm reputation and marketing communication. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review154doi.org/10.1016/j.tre.2021.102453 [SSCI] (corresponding author)
Guo, Y., Fan, D., & Zhang, X. (2020). Social media–based customer service and firm reputation. International Journal of Operations & Production Management, 40(5), 575-601. [SSCI] (corresponding author)
Su, C. C., & Zhang, X. (2019). Circulating mobile apps in Greater China: Examining the cross–regional degree in app markets. International Journal of Communication, 13, 2355-2375. [SSCI]
Lo, V. H., Wei, R., Zhang, X., & Guo, Lei. (2016). Theoretical and methodological patterns of third-person effect research: A comparative thematic analysis of Asia and the world. Asian Journal of Communication, 26(6), 583-604. [SSCI]
Zhang, X., Lo, V. H., Guo, J., Wang, J., Xu, C., Yu, S., & Zhang, F. (2015). A Crisis of journalism education: Career decisions of journalism students in Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Chinese Journal of Communication Research, 28, 123-154. (In Chinese). [TSSCI]
Ding, W., Liu, X. Y., & Zhang X. (2010). Study on news production in the new media ecology- take the drag racing case in Hangzhou for an example. Journal of Shenzhen University, 27(4), 135-141. (In Chinese). [CSSCI]

Book Chapters

Zhang, X., & Lo, V. H. (2016). The third-person effect: A rising media effects theory. In R. Wei, V. H. Lo, & S. Zhou (Eds.), Media effects and social change (pp.101-116). Beijing: China Renmin University Press. (In Chinese).
Zhang, X. (2014). The second world in animation news. In F. Li & W. Ding (Eds.), Annual report on the creative industries of Guangdong province, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan area (2014): Focus on the digital section (pp.313-327). Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press. (In Chinese).

Conference Papers

Lo, V. H, & Zhang, X. (2022). A comparative study of Covid-19 misinformation exposure and engagement in four Asian cities. Paper to be presented at the 72th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA), Paris, May 2022. (Online)
Su, C. C., & Zhang, X. (2021). Media Genre Dissonance and Ambivalent Sexism: How American and Korean Television Consumption Shapes Chinese Audiences’ Gender-Role Values. Paper presented at the 104th Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), Aug 2021. (Online)
Zhang, X., Chen, H.T., & Lo, V. H. (2020). Exploring a “sender effects” model of social media effects on body image in Chinese social media context. Paper presented at the 70th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast, Australia, May 2020. (Online)
Zhang, X., Wang, J., & Hu, S. (2018). The vicious spiral of voices: Mainland China-Hong Kong conflict, identity-relevant derogatory names, and disseminator characteristics on Weibo. Paper presented at the 68th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA), Prague, Czech Republic, May 2018.
Zhang, X. (2017). American and Korean TV dramas viewing and the hybridized transnational cultivation of ambivalent sexism and traditional gender role values in China. Paper presented at the 67th Annual Conference of International Communication Association (ICA), San Diego, CA, USA, May 2017.
Lo, V. H., Wei, R., Zhang, X., & Guo, Lei. (2016). Theoretical and methodological patterns of third-person effect research: A comparative thematic analysis of Asia and the world. Paper presented at the Annual conference of Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication (AEJMC) 2016, Minneapolis, United States of America, August 2016.
Zhao, M., & Zhang, X. (2015). Third-person effect on contentious news in a cross-border setting. Paper presented at the 65th Annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) 2015, Puerto Rico, USA, May 2015.
Zhang, X., Lo, V. H., Guo. J., Wang, J., Xu, C., Yu, S., Zhang, F. (2014). The crisis of journalism education? Career decision of journalism students in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Paper presented at the Chinese Communication Society Annual Conference 2014, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2014. (In Chinese).
Jia, C., Wang, J., Wang, T., Yang, G., Zhang, X., & Zhang, X. Y. (2011). Study of Usage of Microblog among Hong Kong University Students. Paper presented at the Chinese Communication Society Annual Conference 2011, Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, July 2011. (In Chinese).