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張讚國 教授

美國德州大學奧斯汀校區新聞學博士

【聯絡資料】

03-5712121轉58220
tkchang@nctu.edu.tw
Website

【任教課程】

  • 媒體文化專題:公共空間與流行文化
  • 知識與方法


【學術專長】

  • 國際/全球傳播
  • 知識社會學
  • 比較傳播研究
  • 媒介與外交

【經歷】

  • 教授,國立交通大學傳播研究所(2018/9-)
  • 客座教授,傳播與科技學系,國立交通⼤學(2017/8 - 2018/8)
  • 客座教授,傳播學院國際傳播碩⼠學程,國立政治⼤學(2016/8 - 2017/7)
  • 名譽教授,新聞與⼤衆傳播學院,美國明尼蘇達⼤學-雙城校區(2009 -)
  • 教授,媒體與傳播系,香港城市⼤學(2009/6 - 2016/6)
  • 教授,新聞與⼤衆傳播學院,美國明尼蘇達⼤學-雙城校區( 2005/9 - 2009/5)
  • 副教授,新聞與⼤衆傳播學院,美國明尼蘇達⼤學-雙城校區(1993/9 - 2005/6)
  • 助理教授,新聞與⼤衆傳播學院,美國明尼蘇達⼤學-雙城校區(1990/9 - 1993/6
  • 客座資深研究員,傳播學院,新加坡南洋理⼯⼤學(1996/6 - 1997/6)

【榮譽事蹟】

  • 主席,第18屆卓越新聞奬評審團, 2019。
  • 主席,2017 PeoPo公民新聞奬評審委員會。
  • 召集人,第16屆卓越新聞奬平面及網路(文字)類, 2016。


【期刊論文】(2009年後)

(* SSCI Journal)

  • Na Liu & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2019). In the shadow of state power: Citizenship rights, civil society and media representation in China, 2000-2012. International Journal of Communication, 13, 1570-1591.
  • Na Liu & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2018). One disaster,three institutional responses: Legitimation crisis and competing discourses inChina. Journalism Studies, 19, 392-414. doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1190666.* 23pages
  • Stella C. Chia & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2017). Not myhorse: Voter preferences, media sources, and hostile media reports in electioncampaigns. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 29, 23-45. doi:10.1093/ijpor/edv046.* 23 pages
  • Yunya Song, Yin Lu, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Yu Huang.(2017). Polls in an authoritarian space: Reporting and representing publicopinion in China. Asian Journal of Communication, 27, 339-356.doi.org/10.1080/01292986.2016.1261362.* 18 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2017). Managingimpressions online: Microblogs and the state media’s adaptation of online logicsin China. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 18, 1064-1081.* 18 pages
  • 張讚國、劉娜 (2016)。〈從定調到解釋性界限:佔中運動、商業報紙與獨立媒體〉。《傳播研究與實踐》。6:45-77。TSSCI。33 頁。
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2016). A new world ofspectacle in the post-cold war era: China's central television and itssignificant other, 1992–2006. Public Relations Review, 42, 465-475.doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.06.002.* 11 pages
  • Fen Lin, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Xinzhi Zhang. (2015).After the spillover effect: News flow and power relations in mainstream Chinesemedia. Asian Journal of Communication, 25, 235-254. DOI:10.1080/01292986.2014.955859.* 20 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang & Fen Lin. (2014). From propagandato public diplomacy: Assessing China’s interna-tional practice and its image,1950–2009. Public Relations Review, 40, 450-458,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.04.008.* 9 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2013). The news andlocal production of the global: Regional press revisited in post-WTO China.International Communication Gazette, 75, 619-635.* 17 pages
  • Yan Yi & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2012). Institutionalizingpublic relations in China: A sociological analysis of the Chinese premier pressconference. Public Relations Review, 38, 711-722.* 13 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyung-Min Lee, &Yejin Hong. (2012). Jurisdictional protectionism in online news: Americanjournalists and their perceptions of hyperlinks. New Media & Society,14(4), 684-700.* 17 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2012). Legitimizingruptures of development trajectories: Party press discourse on rural society intransitional China, 1997-2006. International Journal of Press/Politics, 17,316-340.* 25 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyung-Min Lee, &Yejin Hong. (2012). A changing world, unchanging perspectives: American editorsand enduring values in foreign news reporting. International CommunicationGazette, 74, 367-384.* 18 pages
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2012). Selectingdaily newspapers for content analysis in China: A comparison of samplingmethods and sample sizes. Journalism Studies, 13, 356-369.* 14 pages
  • Yejin Hong & Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2011). Culture andinternational flow of movies: Proximity, discount or globalization? Journal ofGlobal Mass Communication, 4, 172-193. 22 pages.
  • Itai Himelboim, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Stephen McCreery.(2010). International network of foreign news coverage: Old global hierarchiesin a new online world. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 87(2),297-314.* 18 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Jisu Huh, Kristine McKinney, Sela Sar,Wei Wei & Adina Schneeweis. (2009). Culture and its influence onadvertising: Misguided framework, inadequate comparative design and dubiousknowledge claim. International Communication Gazette, 71(8), 1-22.* 22 pages.
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Itai Himelboim & Dong Dong. (2009).Open global networks, closed international flows: World system and politicaleconomy of hyperlinks in cyberspace. International Communication Gazette,71(3), 137-159.* 23 pages.
  • Dong Dong, Tsan-Kuo Chang & Dan Chen. (2008).Reporting AIDS and the invisible victims in China: Official knowledge as news in the People’s Daily, 1986-2002. Journal of Health Communication, 13,357-374.* 18 pages

【會議論文】

(*refereed)

  • Na Liu & Tsan-Kuo Chang. In the shadow of statepower: Citizenship rights, civil society and media representation in China,1978-2012. Paper presented at the 2015 International Journal of Press/PoliticsConference, Oxford, UK, September 17-18, 2015.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. One social movement, many publicdiscourses: Occupy Central, civil society and media in Hong Kong. Paperpresented at 2015 International Conference on Social Science and Management,Kyoto, Japan, May 7-9, 2015.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Professional journalism and citizenjournalism: Comparing journalistic discourse across national borders. Paperpresented at the 12th Annual International Conference on Communication and MassMedia, Athens, Greece, May 12-15, 2014.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Reporter in a rush: Talking citizenjournalism comparatively. Paper presented at the annual conference of theInternational Association of Media and Communication Research, Dublin, Ireland,June 25-29, 2013.*
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. A new world ofspectacle and the post-Cold War: China’s Central Television and its SignificantOther, 1992-2006. Paper presented at the annual conference of the InternationalCommunication Association, London, United Kingdom, June 17-21, 2013.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Stakeholders, news media and socialknowledge: Comparing crisis communication in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and theUS. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International CommunicationSection of the International Association of Media and Communication Research,Durban, South Africa, July 15-19, 2012.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Graffiti as global communication inHong Kong: The interplay between public space and public sphere. Paperpresented at the annual conference of the Popular Culture Section of theInternational Association of Media and Communication Research, Durban, SouthAfrica, July 15-19, 2012.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. From propaganda to public diplomacy:Shifting images of China in international communication research, 1950-2009.Paper presented at the Second Academic Forum on Digital Future and MediatedSociety, Hangzhou, China, October 18-20, 2011.
  • Fei Shen & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Brewing nationalismthrough Party mouthpiece: Media use and cultural identification in China. Paperpresented at the Mass Communication Division of the annual conference ofInternational Communication Association, Boston, Massachusetts, May 26-30,2011.*
  • Itai Himelboim & Tsan-Kuo Chang. From networksociety to social networks in mass communication: Toward a theoretical and methodologicalintegration in the digital age. Paper presented at Theory & MethodologyDivision of the annual convention of the Association for Education inJournalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 4-7, 2010.*
  • Jisu Huh, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyung MinLee, & Yejin Hong. News editors’ beliefs and attitudes toward onlineadvertising: A happy balance between journalistic ideals and commercialrealities? Paper presented at Media Management & Economics Division of theannual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and MassCommunication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 4-7, 2010.*
  • Yunya Song & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Selecting dailynewspapers in China for content analysis: A comparison of sampling methods andsample sizes. Paper presented at Theory & Methodology Division of theannual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and MassCommunication, Boston, Massachusetts, August 4-7, 2010.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Global communication and localresearch: Comparing the news and journalists in the age of cyberspace. Paperpresented at the International Conference on “Comparing Journalism: Theory,Methodology, Findings,” Eichstatt, Germany, July 9-11, 2010.
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Brian Southwell, Hyun-Min Lee, &Yejin Hong. A changing world, unchanging perspectives: American editors andenduring values in foreign news reporting. Paper presented at the InternationalCommunication Division of the annual convention of the Association forEducation in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, Massachusetts, August5-8, 2009.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang, Kathy Roberts Forde, Brian Southwell,Hyun-Min Lee, & Yejin Hong. Established journalism and blogging as citizenjournalism: A national survey of American journalists. Paper presented at theMass Communication and Society Division of the annual convention of theAssociation for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston,Massachusetts, August 5-8, 2009.*
  • Lee, H. M., & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Toward theoreticaladvancement of international public relations: A critical assessment ofcross-national comparative P\public relations research, 1991-2007. Paperpresented at the annual convention of National Communication Association,Chicago, Illinois, November 12-15, 2009.*
  • Yejin Hong & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Culture andinternational flow of movies: Proximity, discount or globalization. Paperpresented at the International Communication Division of the annual conventionof the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago,Illinois, August 6-9, 2008*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. Changing global media landscape,unchanging theories? International communication research and paradigm testing.Paper presented at the International Communication Section of the 26th WorldCongress of the International Association for Media and Communication research,Stockholm, Sweden, July 20-25, 2008.*
  • Yuening Jiang & Tsan-Kuo Chang. State requirementand media behavior: The institutional isomorphism of Google in China. Paperpresented at the 2008 annual conference of the Global Communication and SocialChange Division of the International Communication Association, Montreal,Canada, May 22-26, 2008*
  • Wonsun Shin & Tsan-Kuo Chang. Institutionalenvironment and organizational practice: International advertising strategy andcross-national research, 1997-2006. Paper presented at the 2008 annualconference of the Global Communication and Social Change Division of theInternational Communication Association, Montreal, Canada, May 22-26, 2008*

【專書論文】

中文專書

  • 張讚國 (2016)。《⺠主、⺠意與⺠粹:中港台觀察與批判》香港:香港城市⼤學。210 ⾴。
  • 張讚國、⾼從霖 (2016)。《塗鴉香港:公共空間、政治與全球化》第⼆版, 香港:香港城市⼤學。313 ⾴。
  • 張讚國 (2013)。《匆促的記者:公⺠新聞、媒體與社會》香港:香港城市⼤學。220⾴。
  • 張讚國、⾼從霖 (2012)。《塗鴉香港:公共空間、政治與全球化》香港:香港城市⼤學。313 ⾴。


英文專書

  • Francis L.F. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, MikeYao, Tsan-Kuo Chang, Fen Lin, & Fei Shen.(2014). Communication, public opinion, and globalization in urban China.New York: Routledge. 199 pages


書本章節 (* refereed)

  • Yunya Song, Yin Lu, & Tsan-KuoChang. (2015). CCTV 24-hour Chinese language news: From offline to online. In:Sambrook, R. & Cushion, S. eds., The future of 24-hour news: New directions, new challenges. New York: Peter Lang.*
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2015). Beyond Lazarsfeld: International communication research and its knowledge production. In Chin-Chuan Lee (eds.), Internationalizing “international communication (pp.41-65). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan University Press.* 25 pages
  • Tsan-Kuo Chang. (2010). Changing global media landscape, unchanging theories? International communication research and paradigm testing. In Guy Golan, Thomas J. Johnson & Wayne Wanta(eds.), International media communication in a global age (pp. 8-35). London: RoutledgeCurzon.*28 pages

【研究計畫】

【國內外期刊工作】

  • 副編輯,新聞暨大衆傳播學刊,2002 - 2012

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