Publication

Wu, H. D., & Guo, L. (2017). Beyond salience transmission: Linking agenda networks between media and voters. Communication ResearchClick to download.

Meilan, X., & Wu, H. D. (2017). Factoring media use into media system theory — An examination of 14 European nations (2002-2010). International Communication Gazette, 79(5), 533-551. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., Groshek, J., & Elasmar, M. (2016). Which countries does the world talk about? An examination of factors that shape country presence on Twitter. International Journal of Communication, 10, 1860–1877. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Lambert, C. A. (2016). Impediments to journalistic ethics: How Taiwan media market obstructs news professional practice. Journal of Media Ethics, 31:1, 35-50. DOI: 10.1080/23736992.2015.1117391 Click to download.

Vigil, T. R., & Wu, H. D. (2015). Facebook users’ engagement and perceived life satisfaction. Media and Communication, 3, 5-16. Click to download.

Coleman, R., & Wu, H. D. (2015 ). Image and emotion in voter decisions: The affect agenda. Lanham, MD: Lexington Bookscoleman & wu 2015

Lambert, C. A., & Wu, H. D. (2015). Traditional journalism in transition: Taiwan media professionals construct new work roles. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 24(2), 239-256. Click to download.

Lambert, C. A., & Wu, H. D. (2014). Influencing forces or mere interview sources? How key constituencies shaped health care media discourse. Health Marketing Quarterly, 31(4), 312-325. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Coleman, R. (2014). The affective effect on political judgment: Comparing the influences of candidate attributes and issue congruence. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 91 (3), 530-543. Click to download.

Zha, W., & Wu, H. D. (2014). The impact of online disruptive ads on users’ comprehension, evaluation of site credibility, and sentiment of intrusiveness. American Communication Journal, 16(2), 15-28. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Lin, E. (2013). The media are ill: The symptoms and solutions of Taiwanese news environment. Taipei, Taiwan: Chuliu Press. <媒體生病了:台灣新聞環境的症狀與因應. 台北: 巨流出版社.> second book cover

Wu, H. D., & Christenson, D. (2013). Comparing Chinese and U.S. media coverage of the global recession: Linking the economy, news, and public expectation. In Media Discourses about Crisis (pp. 7-24). V. Marinescu & S. Branea (Eds.), University of Bucharest Press. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Dahmen, N. S. (2010). Web sponsorship and campaign effects: Assessing the difference between positive and negative Web sites. Journal of Political Marketing, 9(4), 314-329. Click to download.

Coleman, R., & Wu, H. D. (2010). Proposing emotion as a dimension of affective agenda setting: Separating affect into two components and comparing their second-level effects. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(2), 315-327. Click to download.

Coleman, R., & Wu, H. D. (2010). Television impact: More than words alone. In R. Izard and J. Perkins (Eds.), Lessons from Ground Zero (pp. 89-97). New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers. Click to download.

Goidel, K., Procopio, S., Terrell, D., & Wu, H. D. (2010). Sources of economic news and economic expectations. American Politics Research, 38: 1-19. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Coleman, R. (2009). Advancing agenda-setting theory: The comparative strength and new contingent conditions of the two levels of agenda setting effect. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 86(4), 775-789Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Lee, T. (2009). Media, politics, and Asian Americans. New York: Hampton Press.first book cover

Wu, H. D., & Izard, R. (2008). Representing the total community: Relationships between Asian American staff and Asian American coverage in nine U.S. newspapers. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 85(1), 99-112. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (2007). A brave new world for international news? — Exploring the determinants of the coverage of foreign nations on U.S. web sites. International Communication Gazette, 69(5), 539-551. Click to download.

Coleman, R., & Wu, H. D. (2006). More than words alone: Incorporating broadcasters’ nonverbal communication into the stages of crisis coverage theory – evidence from September 11. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 50(1), 1-17. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Lee, T.-T. (2005). The submissive, the calculated, and the American dream: Coverage of Asian-American political candidates in the 1990s. The Howard Journal of Communications, 16(3), 225-241. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Hamilton, J. M. (2004). US foreign correspondents at the turn of the century: Changes and continuity. International Communication Gazette, 66(6), 517-532. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., McCracken, M., & Saito, S. (2004). Economic communication in the “lost decade”: News coverage and the Japanese recession. International Communication Gazette, 66(2), 133-149. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (2004). The World’s Windows to the World: An Overview of 44 Nations’ International Coverage. Chapter in C. Paterson & A. Sreberny (Eds.), International news at the twenty-first century (pp. 95-108). London, UK: John Libbey Press. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (2004). Media inequity for developing nations? Chapter in E. Erickson and W. Sloan (Eds.), Contemporary Media Issues 2nd edition (pp. 195-207). North Port, AL: Vision Press. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (2003). Homogeneity around the world?: Comparing the systemic determinants of international news flow between developed and developing countries. International Communication Gazette, 65(1), 9-24. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Bechtel, A. (2002). Web site use and news topic and type. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 79(1), 73-86. Click to download.

Shen, F., & Wu, H. D. (2002). Effects of soft-money issue advertisements on candidate evaluation and voting preference: An exploration. Mass Communication & Society, 5(4), 395-410. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., & Boynton, L. A. (2002). An alternative to the impasse: The grassroots approach to coping with media violence. Journal of Promotion Management, 8(2), 47-61. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., Sylvester, J., & Hamilton, J. M. (2002). Newspaper provides balance in Palestinian/Israeli reports. Newspaper Research Journal, 23 (2&3), 6-17. Click to download.

Wu, H. D., Stevenson, R. L., Chen, H., & Güner, Z. N. (2002). The conditioned impact of recession news: A time-series analysis of economic communication in the United States, 1987-1996. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 14(1), 19-36. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (2000). Systemic determinants of international news coverage: A comparison of 38 countries. Journal of Communication, 50(2), 110-130. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (1998). Investigating the determinants of international news flow: A meta-analysis. International Communication Gazette, 60(6), 493-512. Click to download.

Wu, H. D. (1998). Geographic distance and U.S. newspaper coverage of Canada and Mexico. International Communication Gazette, 60(3), 253-263. 

Wu, H. D. (1996). An enduring schema: The image of the Chinese in American prime time television dramas. International Communication Gazette, 58(2), 69-86. Click to download.