(2017). 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.
(2015). 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.
(2012). Micro-blogging as a Rapid Response News Service in Crisis Reporting: The 2011 Wenzhou Train Crash. Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies Journal
(2012). Labour market integration and public perceptions of immigrants: a comparison of Germany and Spain during the economic crisis. Comparative Population Studies
(2012). 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.
(2011). Feminist Parenting in Controversy: How the British press covers Nick Clegg doing the “school run". Feminist Media Studies 12 (1) , 143 -148.
(2009). ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous… and Remain Voiceless’. Feminist Media Studies 9 (3) , 374 -378.
(2008). ‘China Central Television’s Globalisation Strategy and Its Impact on the World Communication Order’. Modern Communication 5 , 42 -45.
(2007). ‘Crafting Self-Identity in a Virtual Community’. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal 1 (4) , 238 -258. Book Chapters
(2012) Chinese irregular migration into Europe: economic challenges and opportunities in media representation. In Migrations and the Media. Oxford: Peter Lang.
(2011) Feminist Media Studies. In Feminist Studies in the West. People’s University Press: Beijing.
(2009) 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. Oxford: Peter Lang.
(2007) Blurring Boundaries in a “Cyber-Greater China”: are internet bulletin boards constructing the public sphere in contemporary China. In Media and Public Spheres.
Other Research Outputs
(2018). Digital Media Usage of Sensory Impaired Users in Wales 2018 Report.
(2014). Digital Television and Deaf/Hard of Hearing Audiences in Wales. Swansea : Swansea University.