Wang, Q. (2016). A network agenda-setting study: Opinion leaders in crisis and non-crisis news on Weibo. Global Media and China, 1(3), 208-233.
Lee, S., & Wang, Q. (2016). A comparative investigation into press–state relations: Comparing source structures in three news agencies’ coverage of the North Korean missile crisis. International Journal of Communication, 10, 1907-1928.
Guo, L., Chen, Y. N. K., Vu, H., Wang, Q., Aksamit, R., Guzek, D., & McCombs, M. (2015). Coverage of the Iraq War in the United States, Mainland China, Taiwan and Poland: A transnational network agenda-setting study. Journalism Studies, 16(3), 343-362.
Wang, Q., & Armstrong, C.L. (2012). Black newspapers focus more on community affairs stories. Newspaper Research Journal, 33(4), 78-90.
Journal Articles Under Review
Wang, Q. Who sets the news agenda on social media? The interaction between the media and opinion leaders on Weibo.
Wang, Q. Walking through the fine line: Comparing Ann Romney’s RNC speech with Michelle Obama’s DNC speech in 2012.
Suran, M., Wang, Q., & Bajwa, H. The battle of the sexiest: The visual sexualization of Sarah Palin and Barack Obama during the 2008 U.S. presidential election.
Guo, L., Chen, Y. N. K., Vu, H., Wang, Q., Aksamit, R., Guzek, D., & McCombs, M. (2015). An international comparison of network attribute agendas. In L. Guo & M. McCombs, (Eds). The Power of Information Networks. New York: Routledge.
Wang, Q., & Wang, B. (Forthcoming). Mediating the Message in the 21 Century (Chinese version). Beijing, China: Renmin University Press.