温乃楠

个人简历:
温乃楠,南京大学新闻传播学院副教授、硕士生导师。2012年毕业于新加坡南洋理工大学,获传播学博士学位。2012年至2014年曾在澳门科技大学人文艺术学院任助理教授。
Biography:
Dr. Wen Nainan is an Associate Professor at the School of Journalism and Communication, Nanjing University, China. She earned her Ph.D. in Communication at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore in 2012. Before joining NJU, she was an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Humanities and Arts, Macau University of Science and Technology from 2012 to 2014.


健康传播、科学传播、媒介效果研究、青少年研究等Research Interests:
Health Communication, Science Communication, Media Effects, and Youth Studies
 


开设主要课程:

 

本科课程:媒介素养、消费者行为学、公共关系

研究生课程:传播学量化研究方法

Teaching Areas:

Undergraduate level: media literacy, consumer behavior, and public relations

Post-graduate level: quantitative communication research methods


主持和参与科研项目:

 

通讯地址:南京市栖霞区仙林大道163号南京大学新闻传播学院
邮编:210093
Email: nnwen#nju.edu.cn
所在系:应用传播系
出版专著:

Publications:

Wen, N. (2017). Celebrity influence and young people’s attitudes toward cosmetic surgery in Singapore: The role of parasocial relationships and identification. International Journal of Communication. [SSCI]

Liu, Y., Hao, X., & Wen, N. (2017). Professional impact and job satisfaction among Chinese journalists. Journalism. [SSCI]

Wen, N., Chia, S. C., & Hao, X. (2016). Does gender matter? Testing the influence of presumed media influence on young people’s attitudes toward cosmetic surgery. Sex Roles. [SSCI]

Wen, N., & Shen, F. (2016). Communicating to young Chinese about HPV vaccination: Examining the impact of message framing and temporal distance. Asian Journal of Communication, 26(4), 387-404. [SSCI]

Wen, N.,Chia, S. C., & Hao, X. (2015). What do social media say about makeovers? A content analysis of cosmetic surgery videos and viewers’ responses on YouTube. Health Communication, 30, 933-942. [SSCI]

Wen, N., & Cui, D. (2014). Effects of celebrity involvement on young people’s political and civic engagement. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7, 409-428. [SSCI]

Hao, X., Wen, N., & George, C. (2014). News consumption and political and civic engagement among young people. Journal of Youth Studies, 17, 1221-1238. [SSCI]

Wen, N., Hao, X., & Wei, R. (2014). The image of China: International news coverage of China-related opinion polls (国际新闻中的中国形象:与中国有关的民意调查的新闻报道) [in Chinese] Communication and Society (传播与社会), 30, 71-95. [TSSCI]

Hao, X., Wen, N., & George, C. (2014). The impact of online news consumption on young people’s political participation. International Journal of E-Politics, 5(2), 16-31.

Wen, N. (2014). Direct and indirect effects of mediated celebrity on young people’s attitudes toward cosmetic surgery (dissertation abstract). Body Image, 11(1), 99.

Wen, N., Hao, X., & George, C. (2013). Gender and political participation: News consumption, political efficacy and interpersonal communication. Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, 19(4), 124-149. [SSCI]

Chia, S. C., & Wen, N. (2010). College men’s third-person perceptions about idealized body image and consequent behavior. Sex Roles, 63, 542-555. [SSCI]

Book Chapters:

Wen, N., Hao, X., & Han, X. (2016). Examining the role of mobile media in public engagement with GMO foods among Chinese consumers. In R. Wei (Ed.), Mobile media, political participation and civic activism in Asia: Private chat to public communication. New York: Springer.

George, C., Hao, X., & Wen, N. (2014). Social media and political participation in Singapore. In L. Willnat & A. J. Aw (Eds.), Social media, culture, and politics in Asia (pp. 168-188). New York: Peter Lang.

Hao, X., & Wen, N. (2013). Western theories and local experiences: Chinese communication research in the Asian Journal of Communication (西方理论与本土经验:从《亚洲传播学报》看中国传播研究). In D. Huang & G. Shen (Eds.) (黄旦、沈国麟编), Theories and experiences: Questions and paths for China’s communication research (理论与经验中国传播研究的问题及路径) (pp. 158-172). Shanghai: Fudan University Press.

 

发表论文:

 

Publications:

Wen, N., & Shen, F. (2016). Communicating to Young Chinese about HPV Vaccination: Examining the Impact of Message Framing and Temporal Distance. Asian Journal of Communication. [SSCI]

Wen, N.,Chia, S. C., & Hao, X. (2015). What do social media say about makeovers? A content analysis of cosmetic surgery videos and viewers’ responses on YouTube. Health Communication, 30, 933-942. [SSCI]

Wen, N., & Cui, D. (2014). Effects of celebrity involvement on young people’s political and civic engagement. Chinese Journal of Communication, 7, 409-428. [SSCI]

Hao, X., Wen, N., & George, C. (2014). News consumption and political and civic engagement among young people. Journal of Youth Studies, 17, 1221-1238. [SSCI]

Wen, N., Hao, X., & Wei, R. (2014). The image of China: International news coverage of China-related opinion polls (国际新闻中的中国形象:与中国有关的民意调查的新闻报道) [in Chinese] Communication and Society (传播与社会), 30, 71-95. [TSSCI]

Hao, X., Wen, N., & George, C. (2014). The impact of online news consumption on young people’s political participation. International Journal of E-Politics, 5(2), 16-31.

Wen, N., Hao, X., & George, C. (2013). Gender and political participation: News consumption, political efficacy and interpersonal communication. Asian Journal of Women’s Studies, 19(4), 124-149. [SSCI]

Chia, S. C., & Wen, N. (2010). College men’s third-person perceptions about idealized body image and consequent behavior. Sex Roles, 63, 542-555. [SSCI]

所获奖励荣誉:

发布时间:2017-01-23