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By vickiechen - Posted on 16 八月 2017

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基本資料
姓名: 
陳怡璇
標題: 
助理教授
電子郵件: 
vickiechen@ccu.edu.tw
校內分機: 
32558
研究室: 
R309
到職日: 
日, 06/25/2017 - 16:00
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學經專長
學歷: 

美國德州大學奧斯丁分校新聞所博士  

台灣大學新聞所碩士  

政治大學新聞系學士   

經歷: 

三立電視台 節目部編導

 

研究專長: 

閱聽人研究 媒體經濟 社群媒體 新聞使用行為 數位新聞學

教授課程: 

大學部:基礎寫作,文選。研究所:傳播方法

成果與榮譽
學術榮譽和獎勵: 

香港中文大學第十二屆傳播學計畫「社交媒體與公私界限」 訪問學者 (2019)

107學年度 科技部大專校院延攬特殊優秀人才獎助

106學年度 科技部大專校院延攬特殊優秀人才獎助

Maxwell McCombs Graduate Student Research Publishing Award, UT Austin, 2017

Travel grant: $1,000, School of Journalism, UT Austin, 2016

Travel grant: $1,000, School of Journalism, UT Austin, 2015

Travel grant: $750, School of Journalism, UT Austin, 2014

College Recruitment Award: $10,000, School of Journalism, UT Austin, 2013

Graduate Dean's Prestigious Fellowship Supplement Award: $1000, School of Journalism, UT Austin, 2013

Dr. Sun Yat-sen Scholarship, Kuomintang, 2012

期刊論文: 

 

Chen, V. Y., & Chen, G. M. (forthcoming). Shut down or turn off? The Interplay Between News Overload and Consumption. Accepted for publication in Atlantic Journal of Communication.

 

Chen, V. Y., & Pain, P. (2018). What changed public opinion on the same-sex marriage issue? New implications of attribute measures and attribute priming in media agenda setting. Newspaper Research Journal, 39(4), 453-469.

 

Chen, G. M., Pain, P., Chen, V. Y., Mekelburg, M., Springer, N., & Troger, F. (2018). ‘You really have to have a thick skin’: A cross-cultural perspective on how online harassment influences female journalists. Journalism, 1464884918768500. (SSCI), Impact Factor: 1.484

 

Pain, P., & Chen, V. Y. (2018). This Reporter is so Ugly, How can She Appear on TV?

            Negotiating gender online and offline in Taiwanese media. Journalism Practice, 1-19.

The study is covered by Journalism Research News http://journalismresearchnews.org/article-taiwanese-female-journalists-face-online-harassment/

 

Chen, V. Y. & Pain, P. (2017). News Sources And The Same Sex Marriage Issue: Through

The Lens Of The Agenda Setting Theory. The Agenda Setting Journal, 1(2), 158-179.

 

Yoo, J, Zheng, P., Jung, H., Chen, V. Y., Lu, S. (2015). Tap, scroll down, chat and  

             more else? Examining the influence of mobile applications and interpersonal   

            discussions towards political participation. The Official Research Journal of the   

             International Symposium on Online Journalism, 5(1),167-187.

研討會論文: 

 Chen, V. Y. & Pain, P (2018, November) News on Social Media: Engaging Readers and

 

 

 

Building News Brands. Paper accepted for presentation at Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.  

 

Pain, P & Chen, V. Y. (2018, November) Reaching Diverse Audiences: LGBT Activists on

Social Media in Taiwan and India. Paper accepted for presentation at Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Pain, P& Chen, V. Y. (2018, August) The LGBT activist on social media: Analyzing LGBT

          activism online in India and Taiwan. Paper accepted for presentation at AEJMC Annual    

          Conference.  Washington, DC.

 

Holton, A., Lee, A. M., & Chen, V. Y. (2018, August). Re-examining news overload:  Effects of  

         content characteristics and news topics on selective scanning and avoidance. Paper   

         accepted for presentation at AEJMC Annual Conference.  Washington, DC.

        (3rd Place Top Faculty Paper in Newspaper and Online News Division)  

 

Chen, V. Y. (2018, May). The tensions between news content providers and distribution 

         platforms? Paper accepted for presentation at ICA Annual conference. Prague, Czech   

         Republic.

 

Chen, V. Y. & Lin, T. M. (2018, May). The dilemma that news publishers face on Facebook.

         Paper accepted for presentation at the World Media Economics and Management

         Conference. Cape Town, South Africa.

 

Chen, V. Y. & Pain, P. (2017, November). Mediating the media:

       Facebook and the dissemination of news online. Paper presented at   

       Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, annual conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Chen, V. Y. & Pain, P. (2017, August). Facebook and newspapers online: Competing beings     

       or complimentary entities? Paper presented at AEJMC Annual   

       Conference.   Chicago.  (Top student paper in Media Management, Economics 

       and Entrepreneurship Division)

 

Chen, V. Y. & Pain, P. (2017, May). This reporter is so ugly, how can she appear on  

TV? ” Negotiating gender online and offline in Taiwanese media. Paper presented   accepted at the ICA Annual Conference. San Diego.   

 

Chen, V. Y. & Pain, P. (2017, March). Gendered practices in Taiwanese newsrooms: An

       exploratory study. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter 

       Conference, Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication (University of

      Oklahoma) in Norman, Oklahoma. (Top abstract from the Commission on the Status of   

       Women)

 

Pain, P. & Chen, V. Y. (2016, November). Who told you that? Examining the agenda

    setting power of sources in mainstream and alternative media. Paper presented at  

    Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, annual conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Pain, P. & Chen, V. Y. (2016, August). When I ask a question, they look at me

      strangely. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.  

 

Ng, M., Chen, G. M., & Chen, V. Y. (2016, August). Quizzical Attraction of Online  

      Personality Quizzes: A Uses and Gratifications Perspective. Paper presented at   

      the AEJMC Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN.  (3rd place, 2016 Gene Burd  

      Faculty Research Paper Competition)

 

Chen, V. Y., & Pain, P. (2016, June). What changed public opinion on the same sex

      marriage issue? New implications of attributes in media agenda setting. Paper  

      presented at the ICA Annual Conference. Fukuoka, Japan. 

 

Holton, A., Lee, A. M., & Chen, V. Y. (2016, June). Extending explications of news

      overload: Effects of content and topic specific factors on selective scanning and

      news avoidance.” Paper presented at the ICA Annual Conference. Fukuoka, Japan.  

 

Chen, V. Y., & Pain, P. (2016, May). Media sources and the same sex marriage issue:

      Through the lens of the agenda setting theory. Paper presented at the World  

      Association for Public Opinion Research. Austin, TX.  

 

Chen, V. Y. (2016, May). Dancing with the giants: A case study of the partnerships

      between news publishers and online service companies. Paper presented at the

      World Media Economics and Management Conference. New York.    

 

Chen, V. Y. (2015, November). Ten-Year trend analysis of agenda setting effect on

      same-sex marriage Coverage. Paper presented at Midwest Association for Public

      Opinion Research, annual conference, Chicago, IL.

 

Chen, V. Y. (2015, October). The causes and consequences of news overload. Paper

      accepted for presentation at the AEJMC International Regional Conference in  

      Santiago, Chile.  

 

Chen, V. Y. (2015, August). The influence of news overload on news consumption. Paper presented at AEJMC Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. 

 

Chen, V. Y. (2015, May). Are active audiences really active? U&G approach to mobile news. Paper accepted for presentation at the ICA Mobile Pre-Conference. Puerto Rico.  

 

 Chen, V. Y. (2015, May). How do Taiwanese media create anti Korean sentiment? Paper accepted for presentation at the Eleventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. Champaign-Urbana, IL.    

 

 Chen, V. Y. (2014, November). Attribute agenda setting effects of same-sex marriage coverage. Paper presented at Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research,

Annual Conference, Chicago, IL. 

 

Chen, V. Y., Jung, H., & Lu, S. (2014, October). A comparative study of media consumption and politics: Focused on East Asian Countries. Paper presented at  the Global Fusion Conference. Austin, TX.    

 

Chen, V. Y. (2014, February). The study of news homogeneity: From a production perspective. Paper presented at AEJMC Mid-Winter Conference, Gaylord College  of Journalism and Mass Communication (University of Oklahoma) in Norman, Oklahoma. 

 

Chen, V. Y. (2007, March). Media Competition and the Diversity of Children Programs. Paper presented at Global Trends Communication Conference; Ming  Chuan University, Taipei, Taiwan. 

 

Chen, V. Y. (2007, May). The study of shopping channels: From a critical perspective. Paper presented at Public Service of Media and the Industry Development  Conference; Nan Hua University, Chiayi, Taiwan.

 

 

 

 

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專書著作和專書論文: 

 

Chen, V. Y. (2008). The Reporter Who Never Compromises—Yung-te Lee. In Ho, Jungshin (Ed.), Finding Stars in Dark Night: Life Stories of Senior Reporters in Taiwan. (419-439). Times: Taipei, Taiwan. (In Chinese)

 

其他(書評、報紙和雜誌文章): 

書評 陳怡璇(2018)。〈美國報業走向廉價商品的數位化之路:評《嘗試錯誤》〉,《新聞學研究》,136: 223-232。DOI: 10.30386/MCR.201807_(136).0006   

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