Faculty & Staff

Visiting Professor

Chair Professor

Ext.:58667

Office:HK218B

Email:tkchang@nctu.edu.tw

 

Education

  • University of Texas at Austin, USA, Journalism, PhD, 1980/9-1986/6
  • National Chengchi University, ROC,Journalism, MA, 1974/9-1976/6
  • National Kaohsiung Normal University, ROC,English, BA, 1969/9-1973/6

 

Experience

  • National Chengchi University, The International Master’s Program in International Communication Studies,Chair Professor, 2016/8-2017/7
  • City University of Hong Kong, Department of Media and Communication, Professor, 2009/6-2016/6
  • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Communication Studies Department, Professor,2005/9-2009/5
  • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Communication Studies Department, Associate Professor,1993/9-2005/6
  • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Communication Studies Department, Assistant Professor,1990/9-1993/6
  • Nanyang Technological University, Communication Studies , Guest Senior Researcher, 1996/6-1997/6

 

Expertise

  • International / global communication
  • Knowledge sociology
  • Comparative communication research
  • Media and diplomacy

 

Publications, Projects and Honors

【Book】

Chinese Book

  • 張讚國(2016)。《民主、民意與民粹:中港台觀察與批判》香港:香港城市大學。210 頁。
  • 張讚國、高從霖(2016)。《塗鴉香港:公共空間、政治與全球化》第二版, 香港:香 港城市大學。313 頁。
  • 張讚國(2013)。《匆促的記者:公民新聞、媒體與社會》香港:香港城市大學。220頁。
  • 張讚國、高從霖(2012)。《塗鴉香港:公共空間、政治與全球化》香港:香港城市大學。313 頁。

English Book

  • Francis L.F. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, Mike Yao, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Fen Lin, & Fei Shen.(2014). Communication,public opinion,and globalization in urban China. New York: Routledge. 199 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang with Jian Wang & Yanru Chen. (2002). China’s window on the world: TV news, social knowledge and international spectacles. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, Inc. 323+ pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1993). The press and China policy: The illusion of Sino-American relations, 1950-1984. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Corporation. 272+ pages
  • Book Chapter: (* refereed)
    • Yunya Song, Yin Lu, & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2015). CCTV 24-hour Chinese-language news: From offline to online. In: Sambrook, R. & Cushion, S. eds., The future of 24-hour news: New directions, new challenges. New York: Peter Lang.*
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2015). Beyond Lazarsfeld: International communication research and its knowledge production. In Chin-Chuan Lee (eds.), Internationalizing “international communication (pp. 41-65). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan University Press.* 25 pages
    • 張讚國(2012)。 〈港媒淪為民粹祭品〉 蘇鑰基主編《特首選戰、傳媒、民意》(頁94-101)。香港:天地圖書。8 頁。
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2010). Changing global media landscape, unchanging theories? International communication research and paradigm testing. In Guy Golan, Thomas J. Johnson & Wayne Wanta (eds.), International media communication in a global age (pp. 8-35). London: RoutledgeCurzon.* 28 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2003). Political drama and news narratives: Presidential summits on Chinese and U.S. national television. In Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Chinese media, global contexts (pp. 119-138). London: RoutledgeCurzon.* 20 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Zixue Tai. (2003). Freedom of the press in the eyes of the dragon: A matter of Chinese relativism and pragmatism. In Kwadwo Anokwa, Carolyn Lin & Michael B. Salwen (eds.), International communication: Concepts and cases (pp. 24- 46). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning.* 23 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2001). China from here and there. In Robert Giles, Robert W. Snyder & Lisa DeLisle (eds.), Covering China (pp. 27-34). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Reprinted from Media Studies Journal, 1999, 13, 32-39.* 8 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Chen Yanru. (2000). Constructing international spectacle on television: CCTV news and China’s window on the world, 1992-1996. In Abbas Malek & Anandam P. Kavoori (eds.), The global dynamics of news: Studies in international news coverage and news agenda (pp. 197-221).  Stamford, CT: Ablex Publishing Corporation.* 25 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1995). Seven essays (in Chinese). In Georgette Wang (ed.), The white book of world communication media (pp. 200-202, 228-231, 240-242, 256-258, 265-267, 272-275, 276-278). Taipei: Yuanliu. 23 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1990). Reporting U.S. China policy, 1950-1984: Presumption of legitimacy and hierarchy. In Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Voices of China: The interplay of politics and journalism (pp. 180-201). New York: Guilford.* 22 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1990). The news and U.S.-China policy: Symbols in newspapers and documents. In L. John Martin & Ray Eldon Hiebert (eds.), Current issues in international communication (pp. 169-177). New York: Longman. Reprinted from Journalism Quarterly, vol. 65, Summer 1988, pp. 320-327. 8 pages
    • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Sidney Kraus. (1990). News for the other person: Editors’ processing of readers’ interest. In Sidney Kraus (ed.), Mass communication and political information processing (pp. 99-112). Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.* 14 pages

【Journal Article: (* SSCI Journal)

  • Yunya Song, Yin Lu, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Yu Huang. (in press). Polls in an authoritarian space: Reporting and representing public opinion in China. Asian Journal of Communication.*
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (in press). Managing impressions online: Microblogs and the state media’s adaptation of online logics in China. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism.*
  • Na Liu & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2016). One disaster, three institutional responses: Legitimation crisis and competing discourses in China. Journalism Studies, doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1190666.*
  • 張讚國、劉娜(2016)。〈從定調到解釋性界限:佔中運動、商業報紙與獨立媒體〉。《傳播研究與實踐》。6:45-77。TSSCI。33 頁。
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2016). A new world of spectacle in the post-cold war era: China’s central television and its significant other, 1992–2006. Public Relations Review, 42, 465-475. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.06.002.* 11 pages
  • Stella C. Chia & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2015). Not my horse: Voter preferences, media sources, and hostile media reports in election campaigns. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, doi: 10.1093/ijpor/edv046*
  • Fen Lin, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Xinzhi Zhang. (2015). After the spillover effect: News flow and power relations in mainstream Chinese media. Asian Journal of Communication, 25, 235-254. DOI: 10.1080/01292986.2014.955859.* 20 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Fen Lin. (2014). From propaganda to public diplomacy: Assessing China’s interna-tional practice and its image, 1950–2009. Public Relations Review, 40, 450-458, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.04.008.* 9 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2013). The news and local production of the global: Regional press revisited in post-WTO China. International Communication Gazette, 75, 619-635.* 17 pages
  • Yan Yi & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2012). Institutionalizing public relations in China: A sociological analysis of the Chinese premier press conference. Public Relations Review, 38, 711-722.* 13 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyung-Min Lee, & Yejin Hong. (2012). Jurisdictional protectionism in online news: American journalists and their perceptions of hyperlinks. New Media & Society, 14(4), 684-700.* 17 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2012). Legitimizing ruptures of development trajectories: Party press discourse on rural society in transitional China, 1997-2006. International Journal of Press/Politics, 17, 316-340.* 25 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyung-Min Lee, & Yejin Hong. (2012). A changing world, unchanging perspectives: American editors and enduring values in foreign news reporting. International Communication Gazette, 74, 367-384.* 18 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2012). Selecting daily newspapers for content analysis in China: A comparison of sampling methods and sample sizes. Journalism Studies, 13, 356-369.* 14 pages
  • Yejin Hong & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2011). Culture and international flow of movies: Proximity, discount or globalization? Journal of Global Mass Communication, 4, 172-193. 22 pages.
  • Itai Himelboim, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Stephen McCreery. (2010). International network of foreign news coverage: Old global hierarchies in a new online world. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(2), 297-314.* 18 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Jisu Huh, Kristine McKinney, Sela Sar, Wei Wei & Adina Schneeweis. (2009). Culture and its influence on advertising: Misguided framework, inadequate comparative design and dubious knowledge claim. International Communication Gazette, 71(8), 1-22.* 22 pages.
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Itai Himelboim & Dong Dong. (2009). Open global networks, closed international flows: World system and political economy of hyperlinks in cyberspace. International Communication Gazette, 71(3), 137-159.* 23 pages.
  • Dong Dong, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Dan Chen. (2008). Reporting AIDS and the invisible victims in China: Official knowledge as news in the People’s Daily, 1986-2002. Journal of Health Communication, 13, 357-374.* 18 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Zixue Tai. (2005). Mass communication research and the invisible college visited: The changing landscape and emerging fronts in journalism-related studies. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 82, 672-694.* 23 pages
  • Jian Wang & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2004). Strategic public diplomacy and local press: How a high-profile “head-of-state” visit was covered in America’s heartland. Public Relations Review, 30, 11-24.* 14 pages
  • Zixue Tai & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2002). The global news and the pictures in their heads: A comparative analysis of audience interest, editor perceptions and newspaper coverage. Gazette, 64, 251-265.* 15 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang with Pat Berg, Anthony Ying-Him Fung, Kent D. Kedl, Catherine A. Luther & Janet Szuba. (2001). Comparing nations in mass communication research, 1970- 1997: A critical assessment of how we know what we know. Gazette, 63, 415-434.* 20 pages
  • Tao Sun, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Yu Guoming. (2001). Social structures, media systems and audiences in China: Testing the uses and dependency model. Mass Communication & Society, 4, 199-217.* 19 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Tuen-yu Lau & Hao Xiaoming. (2000). From the United States with news and more: International flow, TV coverage and world system. Gazette, 62, 505-522.* 18 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1999). China from here and there, 1950-1972. Media Studies Journal, 13, 32-39. 8 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1999). Reporting public opinion in Singapore: Journalistic practices and policy implications. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 4, 11-28.* 18 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1998). All countries not created equal to be news: World system and international communication. Communication Research, 25, 528-563.* 36 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Jian Wang & Chih-Hsien Chen. (1998). Post-cold war and social construction of international imagery: A comparative analysis of American and Chinese TV news. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 42, 277-296.* 20 pages
  • Jian Wang & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1996). From class ideologue to state manager: TV programming and foreign imports in China, 1970-1990. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 40, 196-207.* 12 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1994). News reports of Taiwan social and cultural affairs in Mainland China: The case of People’s Daily, 1981-1993. Journalism Forum (in Chinese), 2, 146-168. 23 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Jian Wang, & Chih-Hsien Chen. (1994). News as social knowledge in China: The changing worldview of Chinese national media. Journal of Communication, 44, 52-69.* 18 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Chih-Hsien Chen, & Guo-Qiang Zhang. (1993). Rethinking the mass propaganda model: Evidence from the Chinese regional press. Gazette, 51, 173-195.* 23 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Jae-won Lee. (1993). U.S. gatekeepers and the new world information order: Journalistic qualities and editorial positions. Political Communication, 10, 303- 316.* 14 pages Richard M. Perloff, Kimberly Neuendorf, Dennis Giles, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Leo Jeffres. (1992). Perceptions of ‘Amerika.’ Mass Communication Review, 19, 42-48. 7 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Jae-won Lee. (1992). Factors affecting gatekeepers’ selection of foreign news: A national survey of newspaper editors. Journalism Quarterly, 69, 554-561.* 8 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Jae-won Lee. (1992). The world as subjective reality: U.S. newspaper editors’ view and its determinants. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 4, 177-183.* 7 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, David Voelker, & Jae-won Lee. (1990). Organizational factors and nonresponse in a survey of newspaper editors. Journalism Quarterly, 67, 732-739.* 8 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1989). Access to the news and foreign policy: The case of China, 1950-84. Newspaper Research Journal, 10, 33-44. 12 pages
  • Stephen Lacy, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Tuen-Yu Lau. (1989). Impact of allocation decisions and market factors on foreign news coverage. Newspaper Research Journal, 10, 23-32. 10 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1989). The impact of presidential statements on press editorials regarding U.S.-China policy, 1950-1984. Communication Research, 16, 486-509.* 24 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1988). The news and U.S.-China policy: Symbols in newspapers and documents.  Journalism Quarterly, 65, 320-327.* 8 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Pamela J. Shoemaker, Stephen D. Reese, & Wayne A. Danielson. (1988). Sampling ethnic media use: The case of Hispanics. Journalism Quarterly, 65, 189- 191.* 3 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Pamela J. Shoemaker, & Nancy Brendlinger. (1987). Determinants of international news coverage in the U.S. media. Communication Research, 14, 396- 414.* 19 pages
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Nancy Brendlinger. (1987). Deviance as a predictor of newsworthiness: Coverage of international events in the U.S. media. Communication Yearbook, 10, 348-365. 18 pages
  • Stephen D. Reese, Wayne A. Danielson, Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Huei- Ling Hsu. (1986). Ethnicity-of-interviewer effects among Mexican-Americans: Sources of bias in answers to cultural questions.  Public Opinion Quarterly, 50, 563- 572.* 10 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1984). How three elite papers covered Reagan China policy. Journalism Quarterly, 61, 429-432.* 4 pages
  • James W. Tankard Jr., Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Kuo-Jen Tsang. (1984). Citation networks as indicators of journalism research activity. Journalism Quarterly, 61, 89-96,124.* 9 pages

Book Review and other

  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (October 2011). Book review of The geopolitics of representation in foreign news: Explaining Darfur by Bella Mody. Asian Journal of Communication, 21, 520-522, 3 pages.
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2008). Book review of Cultural chaos: Journalism, news and power in a globalised world by Brian McNair. Journalism Studies, 9, 471-472, 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2007). Book review of Newsrooms in conflict: Journalism and the democratization of Mexico by Sallie Hughes. Journalism Studies, 8, 502-503. 2 pages.
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (November 2005). Book review of Covering globalization: A handbook for reporters edited by Anya Schiffrin & Amer Bisat. Journalism Studies, 6, 560-561. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (May 2005). Book review of Toward the common good: Perspectives in international public relations edited by Donn james Tilson & Emmanuel C. Alozie. Journalism Stuides, 6, 251-253. 3 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (February 2003). Book review of Press freedom and global politics by Douglas A. Van Belle. Journalism Studies, 4, 149-150. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (February 2003). Book review of Into the buzzsaw: Leading journalists expose the myth of a free press by Kristina Borjesson (Ed.). Journalism Studies, 4, 150-151. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2002). Book review of China beyond the headlines edited by Timothy B. Weston & Lionel M. Jensen. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 79, 213-214. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (May 2001). Book review of The media at war by Susan L. Carruthers.Journalism Studies, 2, 313-314. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (November 2000). Book review of Communication and culture: China and the world entering the 21st century edited by D. Ray Heisey & Wenxiang Gong. Journalism Studies, 1, 696-697. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (Summer 1999). Book review of The internationalization of television in China: The evolution of ideology, society, and media since the reform by Junhao Hong. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 76, 397-398. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (Winter 1998). Book review of Media, market, and democracy in China: Between the party line and the bottom line by Yuezhi Zhao. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 75, 848-849. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (Autumn 1998). Book review of Mass media in the Asian Pacific edited by Bryce T. McIntyre. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 75, 668-669. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (Autumn 1997). Guest editor introduction, The world of journalism and mass communication education. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 52. 4-7. 4 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (1993). Book review of Words like colored glass: The role of the press in Taiwan’s democratization process by Daniel K. Berman. Asian Journal of Communication, 3, 150-155. 5 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (Summer 1992). Book review of Foreign policy and the press by Nicholas O. Berry. Journalism Quarterly, 69, 504-505. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (Spring/Summer 1991). Book review of Social survey methods for mass media research by R.C. Adams and Survey research methods: A reader by Eleanor Singer & Stanley Presser. Journalism Quarterly, 68, 298-299. 2 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Jae-won Lee. (August 15, 1989). How editors view the world?  APME News, pp. 6-8. 3 pages. Also in 1989 APME foreign news committee report
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (May 1989). Exposure to ‘Amerika’: Agenda-setting and questionnaire format. In Richard Perloff (ed.), ABC’s Amerika: Perceptions, receptions, and effects (pp. 15-17). Communication Research Center, Cleveland State University. 3 pages
  • Richard M. Perloff, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Leo Jeffres, & Jae-won Lee. (May 1989). The public’s opinion about Amerika’s impact on the public. In Richard Perloff (ed.), ABC’s Amerika: Perceptions, receptions, and effects (pp. 7-14). Communication Research Center, Cleveland State University 8 pages

Technical Reports

  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Chih-Hsien Chen, & Jian Wang. The world of China Central Television news: A content analysis. Submitted to the East Asia & Pacific Branch, Office of Research, U.S. Information Agency, 1992
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker, Stephen D. Reese, Wayne A. Danielson, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Maria Martinez, & Huei-Ling Hsu. Media in ethnic context: Communication and language in Texas.  University of Texas at Austin, 1985
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Joyce Moore. Demand for educational programs by Texas communication professionals. Submitted to the College of Communication, University of Texas at Austin, 1985

【 Journal Articles(* refereed)】

  • Na Liu & Tsan-Kuo Chang. In the shadow of state power: Citizenship rights, civil society and media representation in China, 1978-2012. Paper presented at the 2015 International Journal of Press/Politics Conference, Oxford, UK, September 17-18, 2015.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. One social movement, many public discourses: Occupy Central, civil society and media in Hong Kong. Paper presented at 2015 International Conference on Social Science and Management, Kyoto, Japan, May 7-9, 2015.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Professional journalism and citizen journalism: Comparing journalistic discourse across national borders. Paper presented at the 12th Annual International Conference on Communication and Mass Media, Athens, Greece, May 12-15, 2014.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Reporter in a rush: Talking citizen journalism comparatively. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Association of Media and Communication Research, Dublin, Ireland, June 25-29, 2013.
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. A new world of spectacle and the post-Cold War: China’s Central Television and its Significant Other, 1992-2006. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, London, United Kingdom, June 17-21, 2013.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Stakeholders, news media and social knowledge: Comparing crisis communication in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the US. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Section of the International Association of Media and Communication Research, Durban, South Africa, July 15- 19, 2012.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Graffiti as global communication in Hong Kong: The interplay between public space and public sphere. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Popular Culture Section of the International Association of Media and Communication Research, Durban, South Africa, July 15-19, 2012.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. From propaganda to public diplomacy: Shifting images of China in international communication research, 1950-2009. Paper presented at the Second Academic Forum on Digital Future and Mediated Society, Hangzhou, China, October 18-20, 2011.
  • Fei Shen & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Brewing nationalism through Party mouthpiece: Media use and cultural identification in China. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the annual conference of International Communication Association, Boston, Massachusetts, May 26-30, 2011.*
  • Itai Himelboim & Tsan-Kuo Chang. From network society to social networks in mass communication: Toward a theoretical and methodological integration in the digital age. Paper presented at Theory & Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 4-7, 2010.*
  • Jisu Huh, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyung Min Lee, & Yejin Hong. News editors’ beliefs and attitudes toward online advertising: A happy balance between journalistic ideals and commercial realities? Paper presented at Media Management & Economics Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 4-7, 2010.*
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Selecting daily newspapers in China for content analysis: A comparison of sampling methods and sample sizes. Paper presented at Theory & Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 4-7, 2010.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Global communication and local research: Comparing the news and journalists in the age of cyberspace. Paper presented at the International Conference on “Comparing Journalism: Theory, Methodology, Findings,” Eichstatt, Germany, July 9-11, 2010.
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyun-Min Lee, & Yejin Hong. A changing world, unchanging perspectives: American editors and enduring values in foreign news reporting. Paper presented at the International Communication Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 5-8, 2009.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Kathy Roberts Forde, Brian Southwell, Hyun-Min Lee, & Yejin Hong. Established journalism and blogging as citizen journalism: A national survey of American journalists. Paper presented at the Mass Communication and Society Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 5-8, 2009.*
  • Lee, H. M., & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Toward theoretical advancement of international public relations: A critical assessment of cross-national comparative P\public relations research, 1991-2007. Paper presented at the annual convention of National Communication Association, Chicago, Illinois, November 12-15, 2009.*
  • Yejin Hong & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Culture and international flow of movies: Proximity, discount or globalization. Paper presented at the International Communication Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, Illinois, August 6-9, 2008*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Changing global media landscape, unchanging theories? International communication research and paradigm testing. Paper presented at the International Communication Section of the 26th World Congress of the International Association for Media and Communication research, Stockholm, Sweden, July 20-25, 2008.*
  • Yuening Jiang & Tsan-Kuo Chang. State requirement and media behavior: The institutional isomorphism of Google in China. Paper presented at the 2008 annual conference of the Global Communication and Social Change Division of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 22-26, 2008*
  • Wonsun Shin & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Institutional environment and organizational practice: International advertising strategy and cross-national research, 1997-2006. Paper presented at the 2008 annual conference of the Global Communication and Social Change Division of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 22-26, 2008*
  • Kevin Y. Wang & Tsan-Kuo Chang. The Internet and democracy: A critical review of what we know and how we know. Paper presented at the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August 9-12, 2007*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. New media, old theories: The changing landscape and the unchanging perspectives. Paper presented at the World Journalism Education Congress 2007, Singapore, June 25-28, 2007
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Jisu Huh, Kristi McKinney, Sela Sar, Wei Wei, & Adina Schneeweis. Culture and its influence on advertising? A critical assessment of comparative advertising research, 1975-2005. Paper presented at the 2007 American Academy of Advertising Conference, Burlington, Vermont, April 12-15, 2007*
  • Dong Dong & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Foreign news and views on television in China: The decline of Cold War news frame, 1992-2004. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the ICA Conference, Dresden, Germany, June 19-23, 2006*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Itai Himelboim, Adina Schneeweis, Mohamad Elmasry, George Anghelcev, Dong Dong, Sumi Kim, Madhavi Murty, Sela Sar, & William Yimbo. Open global networks, closed international flows: World system and political economy of links in cyberspace.  Paper presented at the Communication Theory & Methodology Division of the 2004 annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Antonio, Texas, August 10-13, 2005*
  • Dong Dong, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Dan Chen. A China without AIDS: A longitudinal study of AIDS news in People’s Daily, 1986-2002. Paper presented at the International Communication Division of the 2004 annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, Canada, August 4-7, 2004*
  • Xiaoli Nan, Dong Dong & Tsan-Kuo Chang. When globalization encounters national identity: A comparative investigation of cultural values and executional cues in 1998 vs. 2003 Chinese TV commercials. Paper presented at the Advertising Division of the 2004 annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, Canada, August 4-7, 2004*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Zixue Tai. Invisible colleges revisited: Mass communication research and citation networks.  Paper presented at the Communication Theory & Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, Canada, August 4-7, 2004*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Political drama and news narratives: Presidential summits on Chinese and U.S. national television. Paper presented at the Critical and Cultural Studies Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Miami Beach, Florida, August 7-10, 2002*
  • Zixue Tai & Tsan-Kuo Chang. The global news and the pictures in their heads: A comparative analysis of U.S. and foreign media coverage. Paper presented at the International Communication Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August 5-8, 2001*
  • Mariko Oshiro & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Sovereignty, alliance and press-government relationship: A comparative analysis of Japanese and US coverage of Okinawa. A top-3 paper presented at the International Communication Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Phoenix, Arizona, August 9-12, 2000*
  • Tao Sun & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Exploration of TV-free life style—Toward a media exchange model. Paper presented at the Mass Communication and Society Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Phoenix, Arizona, August 9-12, 2000*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Chen, Yanru. The state, market and TV regulation in China: A managerial perspective of decentralization and depoliticization. Paper presented at the Radio-Television Journalism Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 4-7, 1999.*
  • Tao Sun, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Yu Guoming. Social structure, media system and audiences in China: Testing the uses and dependency model. Paper presented at the Mass Communication & Society Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, New Orleans, Louisiana, August 4-7, 1999*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Tuen-yu Lau & Hao Xiaoming. From the United States with news and more: international flow, TV coverage and world system. Paper presented at the Intercultural and Development Communication Division of the annual convention of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, California, May 27-31, 1999*
  • Jian Wang, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Kai Xu.  Mr. Jiang goes to Washington: China policy and local press in the heartland of America. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the annual convention of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, California, May 27-31, 1999*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Chen Yanru. Constructing international spectacle on television: CCTV news and China’s window on the world, 1992-1996. Paper presented at the Radio and Television Journalism Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Baltimore, Maryland, August 5-8, 1998*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Chinese coverage of the United States. Panel presentation at the U.S. media coverage of China Conference sponsored by the School of Communication at American University, John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and the National Committee on United States-China Relations, Washington, D.C., May 6-8, 1998
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Hao Xiaoming. Reporting public opinion in Singapore: Journalistic practices and policy implications. Paper presented at the 22nd annual conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, Illinois, November 21-22, 1997*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. All countries not created equal to be news: World system and international communication. Paper presented at the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, Illinois, July 30-August 2, 1997*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Pat Berg, Anthony Ying-Him Fung, Kent D. Kedl, Catherine A. Luther, & Janet Szuba.  Assessing comparative mass communication research, 1970-1994.Paper presented at the Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Anaheim, California, August 10-13, 1996*
  • Chih-Hsien Chen & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Social movements and the role of mass media: A Neo- Gramscian analysis of the case in Taiwan. Paper presented at the Political Communication Division of the 46th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 23-27, 1996*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Jian Wang, & Chih-Hsien Chen. Social construction of international imagery: A comparative analysis of American and Chinese TV news. Paper presented at the Radio/Television Journalism Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August 9-12, 1995*
  • Jian Wang & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Economic structure and Chinese TV programming: The flow of foreign programs into China, 1970-1990. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 44th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Sydney, Australia, July 11-15, 1994*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (in Chinese). Coverage of Taiwan social and cultural affairs in China: The case of People’s Daily, 1981-1993. Paper presented at the conference on China- Taiwan Relations and Mass Communication sponsored by the Graduate Institute of Journalism at the National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, April 23-24, 1994
  • Chu-Chan Lee & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Social conflict and press coverage: A comparative analysis of war demonstrations. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 43rd annual conference of the International Communication Association, Washington D.C., May 27-31, 1993*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Jae-won Lee. U.S. gatekeepers and the new world information order: Journalistic qualities and their impact. Paper presented at the Political Communication Division of the 41st annual conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 23-27, 1991*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Jae-won Lee. Factors affecting gatekeepers’ selection of foreign news: A national survey of U.S. newspaper editors. Paper presented at the Newspaper Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 8-12, 1990*
  • Gary R. Pettey, Sidney Kraus, & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Viewing televised presidential debates as just another form of sporting competition. Paper presented at the Political Communication Division of the 40th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Dublin, Ireland, June 24-29, 1990*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Reporting U.S. China policy: Presumption of legitimacy and hierarchy.Invited paper presented at the Voices of China conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 6-8, 1989
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, David Voelker, & Jae-won Lee. Determining nonresponse in survey of newspaper editors: A discriminant analysis. Paper presented at the Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August 10-13, 1989*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Barry Pollick, & Jae-won Lee. Constructing the world: Newspaper editors and their world view. Paper presented at the Newspaper Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C., August 10-13, 1989*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. The news, foreign policy makers, and U.S.-China policy. Paper presented at the Political Communication Division of the 38th annual conference of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Foreign policy makers, the mass media, and public opinion: An analysis of China’s U.N. membership, 1950-1971. Paper presented at the 13th annual conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, Illinois, November 20-21, 1987*
  • Richard Perloff, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Kimberly Neuendorf, Leo Jeffres, Jae-won Lee, & Dennis Giles. The public’s opinion about Amerika’s impact on the public. Paper presented at the 13th annual conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, Illinois, November 20-21, 1987*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Access to the news and U.S. foreign policy: The case of China, 1950-1984.Paper presented at the 1987 annual convention of the Speech Communication Association, Boston, Massachusetts, November 5-8, 1987*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang.  The news and U.S.-China policy, 1950-1984: An analysis of symbols.Paper presented at the Political Communication Division of the 37th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 21-25, 1987*
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker, Nancy Brendlinger, Lucig H. Danielian & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Testing a theoretical model of newsworthiness: Coverage of international events in the U.S. media. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 37th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 21-25, 1987*
  • Stephen Lacy, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Tuen-Yu Lau. The influence of market and organizational variables on foreign news coverage in U.S. newspapers. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 37th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 21-25, 1987*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Pamela J. Shoemaker, & Nancy Brendlinger. Determinants of international news coverage in the U.S. media: A discriminant analysis. Paper presented at the International Communication Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Norman, Oklahoma, August 3-6, 1986*
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Nancy Brendlinger. Deviance as a predictor of newsworthiness: Coverage of international events in the U.S. media. Top three paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 36th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago, Illinois, May 22-26, 1986*
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Stephen D. Reese, & Wayne A. Danielson.Exploring the relationship between media use and voting among Hispanics and Anglos. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, Illinois, November 22-23, 1985*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. The press and U.S.-China relations: A long journey. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Journalism Historians Association, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2-6, 1985*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Wayne A. Danielson, Stephen D. Reese, & Pamela J. Shoemaker.Mexican-Americans as an ethnic sample: Random digit dialing vs. sampling by surnames. Paper presented at the Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Memphis, Tennessee, August 3-6, 1985*
  • Stephen D. Reese, Wayne A. Danielson, Pamela J. Shoemaker, Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Huei- Ling Hsu. Mexican-Americans as interviewers and respondents: Sources of bias in answers to cultural questions. Top eight paper presented at the 35th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 23-27, 1985*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. The press and U.S. foreign policy: Some theoretical and methodological considerations. Paper presented at the Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Gainesville, Florida, August 5-8, 1984. An earlier version of this paper was presented at the Doctoral Honors Seminar on Political Communication, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, April 27-29, 1984*
  • K. Kyoon Hur, Tsan-Kuo Chang, William R. Davie, Michael Jones, Ronald Rich, & Kisuk Yang. Local television news: An institutional and content analysis. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 34th annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, California, May 24-28, 1984*
  • Pamela J. Shoemaker & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Exaggerating the differences: Journalists’ attitudes toward political groups. Paper presented at the 34th annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, California, May 24-28, 1984*
  • Wayne A. Danielson & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Setting up an electronic library on a shoestring. Invited paper presented at the College Media Advisers/Associated Collegiate Press Convention, Chicago, Illinois, November 4, 1983
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. The Chinese press in the U.S.: A linkage to the past. Paper presented at the Minority and Communication Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Corvallis, Oregon, August 6-9, 1983*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Press coverage of Reagan’s China policy: A study of agenda and treatment.
  • Paper presented at the Political Communication Division of the 33rd annual conference of the International Communication Association, Dallas, Texas, May 26- 30, 1983*
  • James W. Tankard Jr., Tsan-Kuo Chang, & Kuo-Jen Tsang. Citation networks as indicators of journalism research activity. Paper presented at the Theory and Methodology Division of the annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism, Athens, Ohio, July 1982*