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宋韵雅博士

新闻系副教授
人工智能与媒体研究实验室主任

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宋韵雅博士的研究横跨全球传播、社会计算、电脑媒介网络、数码媒体和网络心理与行为等领域。对中国和美国媒体与文化特别感兴趣,她广泛地研究了(错误)讯息扩散、用户参与度、社交网络赋能、情绪感染和网上不文明现象等课题。

 

宋博士现为新闻系副教授,兼任传理学院人工智能与媒体研究实验室主任。她曾任职记者,现时定期与计算机科学家和社交网络分析专家就跨学科的前沿项目进行合作。在2020学年,她凭藉富布莱特学人奖前往美国康奈尔大学,研究中国和美国气候变化议题的网上民意,该项目采用了自然语言处理、机器学习和大数据分析等创新技术,探究网上民意的变化与连续性。

 

宋博士曾出版许多合编书籍及专章,她的论文曾於获社会科学引文索引(SSCI)
收录的顶尖学术期刊发表,涉及领域不限於传播学,还包括其他学科。她目前是《传播与社会学刊》编辑和《当代东亚研究期刊》副编辑,也是国际中华传播学会的香港、澳门和台湾区联合主席和统筹员。

 

宋韵雅博士获得的奖项殊誉之中,包括两度荣获富布莱特学人奖。她的研究项目得到来自本地和海外的资助,例如优配研究金(General Research Fund)、优质教育基金(Quality Education Fund)、公共政策研究资助(Public Policy Research Fund),海外资助来源包括加拿大莱尔森大学社交媒体实验室和美国CONVERGE COVID-19工作组奖项。2017年,宋博士获浸大颁发杰出青年研究学者奖。

 

宋博士曾就读於南京大学、法国里尔高等新闻学院及以富布莱特学人奖赴美国加州大学伯克莱分校访问交流。她於香港城市大学获得博士学位。在浸大,宋博士教授的课程涉及社交媒体、社交网络分析、国际新闻学、研究方法的统计及定量模型和媒体与社会等题目。

 

 

成就

  • 国际传播学会大众传播组别最佳论文奖 (2020)

  • 富布莱特—研资局(香港)学人计划资深学人奖 (2019)

  • 香港浸会大学杰出青年研究学者奖 (2017)

  • 中国新闻史学会卓越学术奖 (2016)

  • 富布莱特—研资局(香港)学人计划青年学人奖 (2010)

  • 法国外交部人文学科与社会科学精英 (2007)

 

出版

  • Song, Yunya, Yu-leung Ng, K. Hazel Kwon & Yu Huang. “Toward an integrative model for online incivility research: A review and synthesis of empirical studies on the antecedents and consequences of uncivil discussions online.” Telematics and Informatics 47, 101323 (2020).
  • Song, Yunya, K. Hazel Kwon, Jianliang Xu & Xin Huang. “Curbing profanity online: A network-based diffusion analysis of profane speech on Chinese social media.” New Media & Society (2020). DOI: 10.1177/1461444820905068.
  • Schuldt, Jonathon P., Y. Connie Yuan, Yunya Song & Kai Liu. “Beliefs about whose beliefs? Second-order beliefs and support for China's coal-to-gas policy.” Journal of Environmental Psychology 66, 101367 (2019).
  • Li, Yao-tai, Yunya Song. “Taiwan as ghost island? Ambivalent articulation of marginalized identities in computer-mediated discourses.” Discourse & Society (2019). DOI: 10.1177/0957926519889124.
  • Liu, Leyu, Xin Huang, Jianliang Xu & Yunya Song. “Oasis: Online Analytic System for Incivility Detection and Sentiment Classification.” 2019 International Conference on Data Mining Workshops, 1098-1101 (2019).
  • Song, Yunya & Ran Xu. “Affective ties that bind: Investigating the affordances of social networking sites for commemoration of traumatic events.” Social Science Computer Review 37.3 (2019): 333-354.
  • Ku, Kelly Y. L., Qiuyi Kong, Yunya Song, Lipeng Deng, Yi Kang & Aihua Hu. “What Predicts Adolescents’ Critical Thinking about Real-life News? The Roles of Social Media News Consumption and News Media Literacy.” Thinking Skills and Creativity 33, 100570 (2019).
  • Song, Yunya & Chin-chuan Lee. “‘Collective memories’ of global media events: Anniversary journalism of the Berlin Wall and Tiananmen crackdown in the Anglo-American elite press, 1990–2014.” Journalism 20.11 (2019): 1460-1479.
  • Song, Yunya, Chin-chuan Lee & Zeping Huang. “The news prism of nationalism versus globalism: How does the US, UK and Chinese elite press cover ‘China’s rise’?” Journalism (2019). DOI: 101177/1464884919847143.
  • Song, Yunya & Yu Huang. The Evolving Landscape of Media and Communication in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: City University of HK Press, 2018.
  • Song, Yunya & Ke Zhang (Eds). The Evolving Landscape of Media and Communication in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2018.
  • Huang, Xin, Jiaxin Jiang, Byron Choi, Jianliang Xu & Yunya Song. “PP-DBLP: Modeling and Generating Attributed Public-Private Networks with DBLP.” 2018 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (2018): 986-989.
  • Xu, Qian, Nan Yu & Yunya Song. “User Engagement in Public Discourse on Genetically Modified Organisms: The Role of Opinion Leaders on Social Media.” Science Communication 40.6 (2018): 691-717.
  • Zeng, Yuan & Yunya Song. “The social foreign correspondent: reconfiguring journalistic branding research in the age of social media.” Popular Communication 16.4 (2018): 293-308.
  • Song, Yunya & Yi Wu. “Tracking the viral spread of incivility on social networking sites: The case of cursing in online discussions of Hong Kong–Mainland China conflict.” Communication and the Public 3.1 (2018): 46-61.
  • Song, Yunya & Tsan-kuo Chang. “Managing impressions online: Microblogs and the state media’s adaptation of online logics in China.” Journalism 18.8 (2017): 1064-1081.
  • Song, Yunya, Yin Lu, Tsan-kuo Chang & Yu Huang. “Polls in an authoritarian space: reporting and representing public opinion in China.” Asian Journal of Communication 27.4 (2017): 339-356.
  • Song, Yunya & Yin Zhang. “What Can Software Tell Us About Media Coverage and Public Opinion? An Analysis of Political News Posts and Audience Comments on Facebook by Computerised Method.” International Conference on Social Informatics (2017): 230-241.
  • Song, Yunya, Xinyu Dai & Jia Wang. “Not all emotions are created equal: Expressive behavior of the networked public on China's social media site.” Computers in Human Behavior 60 (2016): 525-533.
  • Song, Yunya & Chin-chuan Lee. “Perceiving Different Chinas: Paradigm Change in the “Personalized Journalism” of Elite US Journalists, 1976–1989.” International Journal of Communication 10 (2016): 4460-4479.
  • Song, Yunya & Tsan-kuo Chang. “A new world of spectacle in the post-cold war era: China's central television and its significant other, 1992–2006.” Public Relations Review 42.3 (2016): 465-475.
  • Wu, Ying, Song Yunya & Yong Liu. “Chinese Anti-corruption in Social Media: A Social Network Analysis of Discussions over the Corrupt Officials on Microblogs.” Journalism Bimonthly 4 (2016).
  • Hu, Guang-neng, Xinyu Dai, Yunya Song & Shujian Huang. “A synthetic approach for recommendation: combining ratings, social relations, and reviews.” Twenty-Fourth International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (2015).
  • Song, Yunya & Chin-chuan Lee. “The strategic ritual of irony: post-Tiananmen China as seen through the ‘Personalized Journalism’of elite US correspondents.” Media, Culture & Society 37.8 (2015): 1176-1192.
  • Bao, Qing, William K. Cheung, Jiming Liu & Yunya Song. “Inferring latent co-activation patterns for information diffusion.” 2015 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (2015).
  • Song, Yunya. “Decoding the Chinese media in flux.” Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. Eds. Rawnsley, Gary D. & Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley. London: Routledge, 2015. 446.
  • Song, Yunya, Yin Lu, Tsan-kuo Chang & Yu Huang. “How the News Media in China Use Opinion Polls Online and Offline: The Emergent Ecology of Participatory Journalism in an Authoritarian Space.” International Communication Association's 65th Annual Conference (2015).
  • Song, Yunya, Yin Lu, Tsan-kuo Chang & Yu Huang. “Participatory journalism in an authoritarian space: How Chinese media use opinion polls online and offline.” (2015).
  • Song, Yunya & Chin-chuan Lee. “Anniversary coverage of Tiananmen and the Berlin Wall in UK and US press, 1990-2013.” (2015).
  • Song, Yunya & Chin-chuan Lee. “Embedded journalism: constructing romanticized images of China by US journalists in the 1970s.” Chinese Journal of Communication 7.2 (2014): 174-190.
  • Song, Yunya & Tsan-kuo Chang. “The news and local production of the global: Regional press revisited in post-WTO China.” International Communication Gazette 75.7 (2013): 619-635.
  • Song, Yunya & Tsan-kuo Chang. “Chang Selecting daily newspapers for content analysis in China: A comparison of sampling methods and sample sizes.” Journalism Studies 13.3 (2012): 356-369.
  • Song, Yunya & Tsan-kuo Chang. “Legitimizing Ruptures of Development Trajectories: Party Press Discourse on Rural Society in Transitional China, 1997–2006.” The International Journal of Press/Politics 17.3 (2012): 316-340.
  • Song, Yunya. “Shifting journalistic paradigms of American correspondents on contemporary China: The case of Orville Schell.” Public Relations Review 38.5 (2012): 796-798.