Hong Tien  Vu
Hong Tien Vu
William Allen White School of Journalism & Mass Communications, The University of Kansas
Verified email at ku.edu
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The online audience as gatekeeper: The influence of reader metrics on news editorial selection
Journalism 15 (8), 1094-1110, 2014
Exploring “the world outside and the pictures in our heads” A network agenda-setting study
HT Vu, L Guo, ME McCombs
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 91 (4), 669-686, 2014
An expanded perspective on agenda-setting effects: Exploring the third level of agenda setting
L Guo, HT Vu, M McCombs
Revista de comunicación, 51-68, 2012
Coverage of the Iraq War in the United States, Mainland China, Taiwan and Poland: A transnational network agenda-setting study
L Guo, YNK Chen, H Vu, Q Wang, R Aksamit, D Guzek, M Jachimowski, ...
Journalism Studies 16 (3), 343-362, 2015
Soap operas as a matchmaker: A cultivation analysis of the effects of South Korean TV dramas on Vietnamese women’s marital intentions
HT Vu, TT Lee
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 90 (2), 308-330, 2013
Nationalizing a global phenomenon: A study of how the press in 45 countries and territories portrays climate change
HT Vu, Y Liu, DV Tran
Global Environmental Change 58, 101942, 2019
Gendering leadership in Vietnamese media: A role congruity study on news content and journalists’ perception of female and male leaders
HT Vu, TT Lee, HT Duong, B Barnett
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 1077699017714224, 2017
Vulnerable populations and misinformation: A mixed-methods approach to underserved older adults’ online information assessment
H Seo, M Blomberg, D Altschwager, HT Vu
New Media & Society, 1461444820925041, 2020
How app are people to use smartphones, search engines, and social media for news?: examining information acquisition tools and their influence on political knowledge and voting
M Stephens, J Yoo, RR Mourao, HT Vu, B Baresch, TJ Johnson
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (4), 383-396, 2014
Testing popular news discourse on the “echo chamber” effect: Does political polarisation occur among those relying on social media as their primary politics news source?
A Nguyen, HT Vu
First Monday 24 (6), 2019
A role (in)congruity study on Vietnamese journalists’ perception of female and male leadership
HT Vu, HT Duong, TT Barnett, Barbara & Lee
Asian Journal of Communication, 2017
What influences media effects on public perception? A cross-national study of comparative agenda setting
HT Vu, L Jiang, LC Cuava, M Riedl, DV Tran, P Bobkowski
International Communication Gazette, 2018
When the news takes sides: Automated framing analysis of news coverage of the Rohingya crisis by the elite press from three countries
HT Vu, N Lynn
Journalism Studies 21 (9), 1284-1304, 2020
Transnational nonprofits’ social media use: A survey of communications professionals and an analysis of organizational characteristics
H Seo, HT Vu
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 49 (4), 849-870, 2020
Who Leads the Conversation on Climate Change?: A Study of a Global Network of NGOs on Twitter
HT Vu, HV Do, H Seo, Y Liu
Environmental Communication 14 (4), 450-464, 2020
Association between online social influence and corporal punishment: an experimental study
HT Duong, LT Van Nguyen, HT Vu, AT Trinh
Child and adolescent social work journal 37 (2), 163-177, 2020
Influenced by anonymous others: effects of online comments on risk perception and intention to communicate
HT Duong, HT Vu, LTV Nguyen
Health communication, 1-11, 2020
'Delicate and Durable:' An analysis of women’s leadership and media practices in Vietnam
HT Vu, B Barnett, HT Duong, TT Lee
International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 15 (1), 87-108, 2019
Social Media and Environmental Activism: Framing Climate Change on Facebook by Global NGOs
HT Vu, M Blomberg, H Seo, Y Liu, F Shayesteh, HV Do
Science Communication, 1075547020971644, 2020
Numbers behind the news: audience metrics and the changing nature of gatekeeping
A Nguyen, HT Vu
News, Numbers and Public Opinion in a Data-Driven World, 2017
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