Journal Articles

  1. & The ties that bind: How the dominance of WeChat combines with guanxi to inhibit and constrain China’s contentious politics. New Media & Society, 146144481983007
  2. & Prosumers in a digital multiverse: An investigation of how WeChat is affecting Chinese citizen journalism. Global Media and China 4(1), 36-51.
  3. & Opportunities of and challenges to building a digitally Inclusive society: the case of the UK 构建数字共融社会的机遇和挑战——英国个案研究. Modern Communication 现代传播 21(3), 130-135.
  4. & A new hope? Experiences of accessibility of services in deaf and hard-of-hearing audiences post-digital television switchover. International Journal of Digital Television 6(3), 347-366.
  5. Book Review:The Birth of a Republic: Francis Stafford’s Photographs of China’s 1911 Revolution and Beyond. Media War and Conflict 5(1), 89-91.
  6. Micro-blogging as a Rapid Response News Service in Crisis Reporting: The 2011 Wenzhou Train Crash. Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies Journal
  7. & Labour market integration and public perceptions of immigrants: a comparison of Germany and Spain during the economic crisis. Comparative Population Studies
  8. Feminist Parenting in Controversy: How the British press covers Nick Clegg doing the “school run". Feminist Media Studies 12(1), 143-148.
  9. ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous… and Remain Voiceless’. Feminist Media Studies 9(3), 374-378.
  10. & ‘China Central Television’s Globalisation Strategy and Its Impact on the World Communication Order’. Modern Communication 5, 42-45.
  11. & ‘Crafting Self-Identity in a Virtual Community’. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal 1(4), 238-258.

Book Chapters

  1. & Chinese irregular migration into Europe: economic challenges and opportunities in media representation. In Migrations and the Media. (pp. 143-163). Oxford: Peter Lang.
  2. Feminist Media Studies. In Feminist Studies in the West. (pp. 139-163). People’s University Press: Beijing.
  3. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Framing of China in News Media‟s Coverage of Global Climate Change. In Climate Change and Mass Media. (pp. 158-173). Oxford: Peter Lang.
  4. Blurring Boundaries in a “Cyber-Greater China”: are internet bulletin boards constructing the public sphere in contemporary China. In Media and Public Spheres. (pp. 210-222).

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2018). Digital Media Usage of Sensory Impaired Users in Wales 2018 Report.