刘洋

 姓名:刘洋

 籍贯:湖北

 职称:讲师

 联系方式:liuyangzilyz@126.com

【学习和工作经历】

讲师,中山大学传播与设计学院,2014年9月至今

博士后, 香港城市大学媒体与传播系,2014.2-2014.8

博士,香港城市大学媒体与传播系,2014.1

论文题目:Differentiating framing from priming and persuasion: Psychological mechanism, competition effect and duration over time

学士,清华大学新闻传播学院,2005.8-2009.7

【科研成果】

 一、主持项目

1、唯一主持人,《网络政治使用语公民政治评价:政治参与视角的辨析》,高校基本科研业务费中山大学青年教师培育项目,7.5万,2015年1月-2017年12月

2、参与课题,“Media exposure and protective behavior during a public-health emergency”, Hong Kong University Grant Committee General Research Fund, HK$ 541,232, 2013年1月-2017年12月

3、助理研究员,“Effect of online social network involvement, heterogeneity, and information exchange on likelihood of social participation”,City University Strategic Research Grant,HK$ 16,000,2011年10月-2013年3月

二、发表成果

1、刘洋,2011,“沉默螺旋”的发展困境:理论完善与实证操作的三个问题,《国际新闻界》,11(37-42)

2、刘洋,李喜根,2012,新媒体传播研究及知识增量,《国际新闻界》,8(72-78)

3、李喜根,刘洋,2013,国际传播研究视角及理论解析,《新闻记者》,9(30-35)

4、Differentiating the psychological mechanism of framing: Testing competing explanations of accessibility and applicability, Presented at the Annual Conference of International Communication Association, Seattle, 2014

5、Stronger persuasiveness of dual exposure than one-sided exposure to gain-loss frame: Risk implication of prevention health behaviors as the moderator, Presented at the Annual Conference of International Association for Mass Communication Research, Ireland, 2013

6、Comparing public confidence in mass media and political institution, Presented at the Annual Conference of World Association for Public Opinion Research, Hong Kong, 2012

7、Explaining fluctuating political trust as the consequence of perceived party polarization, Presented at the Annual Conference of World Association for Public Opinion Research, Hong Kong, 2012

8、The effect of social presence on outspokenness: Comparison of CMC and FTF, Presented at the Annual Conference of International Communication Association, Boston, 2011

9、Revisiting spiral of silence theory in computer-mediated communication, Presented at the Inaugural Honors Symposium for Asian PhD students in Communication Research, Hong Kong, 2010