Dr Bingjuan Xiong
Ph.D (Communication) University of Colorado at Boulder, MA (Applied Linguistics) Zhejiang University
Bingjuan Xiong is a lecturer in Communication at the University of Auckland. She studies the intersection of communication, culture, and technology in China’s digital environment through discourse analytic approaches; more specifically, she is interested in exploring how new forms of mediation on digital platforms are changing the ways people perform social and political actions in the Chinese context. Her work has been published in the Journal of Communication and Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, among others.
Research | Current
Simonson, P. D., Morooka, J., Xiong, B., & Bedsole, N. H. (2019). The beginnings of ‘mass communication’: A Transnational History. Journal of Communication 69 (5), 518-543.
Boromisza-Habashi, D. & Xiong, B. (2019). The Security logic of Intercultural Communication. In B. C. Taylor & B. Hamilton (eds.). The Handbook of Communication and Security. New York, NY: Routledge.
Xiong, B. (2019). Communicating citizenship in China’s digital society. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 12 (2), 128-145. DOI:10.1080/17513057.2019.1582791
Xiong, B. (2015). Tell China’s story well? Cultural framing and online contestation. International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies (IJICST), 5 (1), 26-40.