Social Media & Technology

Zheng, P., & Shahin, S. (under review). The Peace Paradigm? A Network Analytic Approach to Media and Contentious Politics in the Global South.

Zheng, P., Tu, F., Gil de Zuniga, H., & Shahin, S. (under review). What’s not to ‘Like?’ How political expression on social media enhances offline political participation.

Oz, M., Zheng, P.*, & Chen, G. M. (2017). Twitter versus Facebook: Comparing incivility, impoliteness, and deliberative attributesNew Media & Society, 1461444817749516. [corresponding author]

Chen, W, Tu, F., & Zheng, P. (2017). A Transnational Networked Public Sphere: Analysis of Twitter Network of PM2.5 from the Risk Society Perspective. Information, Communication & Society, 1005-1023.

Zheng, P., & Leung, L. (2016). Linking psychological attributes, gratifications and social network sites use to social capitalInternational Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 6(3), 16-32.

Zheng, P., & Li, X. (2016). Is social media for everyone? The role of social capital and communication anxiety in structuring use of social networking sites. Journal of Social Media Studies, 2(2), 75-85.

Gil de Zuniga, H., Molyneux, L. & Zheng, P. (2014). Social Media, Political Expression, and Political Participation: Panel Analysis of Lagged and Concurrent Relationships. Journal of Communication, 64(4), 612-634