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Junhao Hong

Department of Communication, Professor

Research Focus: International, Media & Society, Impact of New Communication/Information Technology, Intercultural

Contact Information

335 Baldy Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260
Phone: (716) 645-1165

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Authored Books

Sherlick, L. & Hong, J. (2008). Internet Popular Culture and Jewish values: The Influence of Technology on Religion in Israeli Schools. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press. 

Hong, J. (1998). The Internationalization of Television in China: The Evolution of Ideology, Society, and Media Since the Reform. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Edited Books

Hong, J. (2014). New Trends in Communication Studies (2 volumes, 978 pages). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press.

Hong, J. (2009). Berkshire Encyclopedia of China (5 volumes, 2,800 pages). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing Group. (Associate Editor for Media and Communication.)

Lu, S., & Hong, J. (2007). The Frontier of Mass Communication Research: Theories and Issues (Western Humanity and Social Sciences Research Frontier Book Series). Beijing, China: Renmin University of China Press.

Recent Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Hong, J. (in press). The Political Implications of Mainland China’s Strategies for Exporting Movies and the Realities. Studies on Chinese Communism.

Jang, W., Hong, J., & Frederic, E. (2015). The Framing of the North Korean Six-Party Talks by Chinese and North Korean News Agencies: Communist Propaganda and National Interests. Media International Australia, No. 154, pp. 42-52.

Hong, J. (2014). The Use of New Media in the Eastern and Western Contexts. Media and Society, No. 8, pp. 54-55.

Hong, J., & Yan, S. (2014). The Necessity, Urgency, and Challenges for International Dissemination of Chinese Culture. Journal of Journalism & Communication Research, Vol. 21, No. 6, pp. 5-21.

Hong, J. (2014). What Can We Learn from Hollywood & Bollywood in Making Huallywood? China Media Report, Vol.49, No. 1, pp. 4-9.

Hong, J. (2014). Toward Globalization: The Approaches and Accomplishments of the Four Media Giants in Asia. In T. McPhail (Ed.) Global Communication: Theories, Stakeholders, and Trends (4th Edition). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 248-74

Hong, J. (2013). The Trends, Factors and Impacts of Changes in the U.S. Media Industry. Journal of Huaiyin Teachers College, Vol. 35, No. 6, pp. 817-823.

Hong, J. (2013). The Resurrection of Advertising  in China: Development, Problems and Trends. In M. Keane & W. Sun (Eds.) Chinese Media. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 326-42.

Hong, J. (2013). The Differences and Misunderstandings in the Concepts of Communication and Culture between the East and West. In Y. Xie & H. Xu (Eds.) Media Leaders Forum (3). Beijing, China: Social Sciences Academic Press of China, pp. 409-422.\

Qi, A., & Hong, J. (2013). The Multi-Variant Theoretical Perspectives on Mainstream Media Studies in Western Countries: An Analysis. Journalism Bimonthly, Vol. 117, No. 1, pp. 8-15.

Hong, J. (2012). From an Exclusive Communist Propaganda Machine to a Multi-Purposed Global News Agency: The Domestic and International Factors Contributing the Transformation and Its Theoretical Implications. Studies on Chinese Communism, Vol. 46, No. 12, pp. 50-64.

Hong, J. (2012). The Current Situation and Trends of Change in World Television: An Analysis of the Criticism on China’s TV by Cui Yongyuan. In A. Shi et al (Eds.) Collections of Frontier Lectures on Journalism and Communication Studies. Beijing: Qinghua University Press, pp. 211-236.

Hong, J. (2012). The Strategies for Globalization of Four Asian Media Giants: China, Japan, India and South Korea. Journal of Culture & Communication, 1(1), 110-122.

Hong, J. (2011). Mass Media, Public Opinion and Democratic Political System: Functions and Limitations. Journalism and Communication Review, 6, 32-42.

Hong, J. (2011). From A Communist Propaganda Machine to A Global News Agency. Journal of Political Communication, 28, 377-393.

Hong, J. (2011). The New Trends of the US Government Media in the Post Cold-War Era: An Analysis of the Implications. Journal of Journalism Communication Research, 18(2), 4-14.