Digital and mobile communication, entertainment and cultural studies, urban governance and public policy
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Deya Xu is an Assistant Professor in China Institute for Urban Governance, School of International and Public Affairs at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. She serves as an editorial board member for Journal of Emergency Management and Disaster Communications and associate editor for SN Social Sciences. She served as reviewer for New Media & Society, Chinese Journal of Communication, International Journal of Business Communication, Journal of Consumer Culture, Cyberpsychology-Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, Frontiers in Psychology, Journal of Urban Technology, Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, Communication and The Public, Information Development, Communication & Society (In Chinese).
Ph.D. in Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; M.A. in Journalism, Nankai Universit; B.A. in Broadcasting and Video Mass Medium, Nankai University
Selected publications:Xu, D., Shen, J., & Xu, J. (2021). Branding a City Through Journalism in China: The Example of Shenzhen. Journalism, Advance Online Publication. doi: 10.1177/14648849211004022. [SSCI/Q1]
Xu，D. & Liu, T.* (2021) Strong Weak Ties and Acquainted Strangers: Social Interactions on Mobile Applications. Journalism Bimonthly, 3, 49-61. [CSSCI] (In Chinese)
Wu, F., & Xu, D.* (2020). Making the Most Effective Strategy More Effective: Examining the Situational and Interaction Effects of Accommodative CCSs in Corporate Crises. International Journal of Business Communication, Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/2329488420929748. [SSCI/Q3]
Xu, D., & Wu, F.* (2019). Exploring the Cosmopolitanism in China: Examining Mosheng Ren (“The Stranger”) Communication Through Momo. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 36(2), 122-139. [SSCI/Q2]
Xu, D.*, & Guo, L. (2017). Use and Gratifications of Singing-Competition Reality Shows: Linking Narcissism and Gratifications Sought with Multi-Media Viewing of Chinese Audiences. Mass Communication and Society, 21(2), 198-224. [SSCI/Q2]
Chen, N. & Xu, D. (2013). Awareness of Male Caring in Chinese and American TV Programs: A Case Study of Marriage Reality Shows. China Television, 2, 86-90. [CSSCI] (In Chinese)
Expertise & public engagement:
2021 Shanghai Philosophy and Social Science Foundation, Study on International Promotion of Shanghai City Image from the Perspective of Urban Soft Power Enhancement, Project Leader.
Media & Government Public Relations in China