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Shu-Fang Lin


By telsfl - Posted on 18 March 2010

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Full-Name: 
Shu-Fang Lin
Title: 
專任助理教授
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Educations, Experiences & Expertises
Educations: 

Northwestern University 1998-2000 西北大學傳播系碩士
The Ohio State University 2001-2005俄亥俄州立大學傳播博士

Experiences: 

講師: 俄亥俄州立大學2002-2005

Research Focus: 

媒介使用、媒介影響

Taught Courses: 

大學部:進階傳播外文

研究所:傳播心理學、大眾傳播與個人

Achievements and Honors
Journal Papers: 

•Ramirez, Jr., A., Dimmick, J., Feaster, J., & Lin, S. (2008). Revisiting interpersonal media competition: The gratification niches of instant messaging, email, and the telephone. Communication Research, 35(4), 529-547.
•Ramirez, A., Zhang, S., McGrew, C., & Lin, S. (2007). Relational communication in computer-mediated interaction revisited: Three studies comparing participant-observer perspectives. Communication Monographs, 74(4), 492-516.
•Dimmick, J., Ramirez, A., Wang, T., Lin, S. (2007).’Extending society:’ The role of personal networks and gratification-utilities in the use of interactive communication media. New Media & Society, 9, 795-810.
•McDonald, D. G., & Lin, S. (2004). The effect of new networks on U.S. TV diversity. Journal of Media Economics,17(2), 105-121.
•Webster, J., & Lin, S. (2002). The Internet audience: Web use as mass behavior. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 46, 1-12.

Conference Papers: 

•Zhang, S., Lin, S., Liu, H. (2008). Topic avoidance in close opposite-sex relationships: Samples from Taiwan and China. Paper presented to the International Association for Relationship Research Conference, Providence.
•Lin, S. (2008). Does everybody love Ramond Audience identification with favorite sitcom characters. Paper presented to the Mass Communication Division of the International Communication Association, Montreal.
•McDonald, D. G., Meng, J., & Lin, S. (2008). Media enjoyment as experience: Segmentation, cohesion, and empathy. Paper presented to the Information System Division of the International Communication Association, Montreal.
•Ramirez, A., Zhang, S., McGrew,C., & Lin, S. (2007). Relational communication in computer-mediated interaction revisited: Three studies comparing participant-observer perspectives. Paper presented to the Interpersonal Communication Interest Group of Western States Communication Association Conference, Seattle.
•Lin, S., & McDonald, D. G. (2007). Effect of peer coviewing and individual differences on reactions to comedy. Paper presented to the Mass communication Division of the International Communication Association, San Francisco.
•Lin, S., & McDonald, D. G. (2006). Emotional contagion as a function of individual responses and emotional contagion. Paper presented to the Information System Division of the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany.
•Lin, S, & McDonald, D.G. (2004). Assessing dimensionality of the parasocial interaction scale. Paper presented to the Communication Theory and Methodology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Convention, Toronto, Canada.
•McDonald, D. G., Lin, S., & Hu, M. (2004, May). Personal traits and content factors in parasocial interaction. Paper presented to the Information System Division of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.
•Ramirez, A., Lin, S., Dimmick, J. (2004, May). Revisiting media competition: The gratification niches of instant messaging, e-mail, and telephone. Paper presented to the Communication and Technology Division of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.
•Ramirez, A., Zhang, S., McGrew, C., & Lin. S. (2004, May). Relational communication in computer-mediated interaction: A comparison of participant-observer perspectives. Paper presented to the Communication and Technology Division (with Interpersonal Communication Division) of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.
•McDonald, D. G., & Lin, S. (2003, May). Social indicators and the popularity of program types: U.S. broadcast media, 1927-1995. Paper presented to the Information System Division of the International Communication, San Diego, CA.