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Social network theory
W Liu, A Sidhu, AM Beacom, W Valente, Thomas
The International Encyclopedia of Media Effects, 2015
4732015
Hashtags and information virality in networked social movement: Examining hashtag co-occurrence patterns
R Wang, W Liu, S Gao
Online Information Review 40 (7), 850-866, 2016
1882016
Tweeting about emergency: A semantic network analysis of government organizations' social media messaging during Hurricane Harvey
W Liu, CH Lai, W Xu
Public Relations Review 44 (5), 807-819, 2018
1572018
Developing a multi-level organization-public dialogic communication framework to assess social media-mediated disaster communication and engagement outcomes
W Liu, W Xu, JY Tsai
Public Relations Review, 2020
652020
Unraveling public health crises across stages: Understanding Twitter emotions and message types during the California measles outbreak
CW Meadows III, CZ Meadows, L Tang, W Liu
Communication Studies, 1-17, 2019
632019
Promoting COVID-19 vaccination: The interplay of message framing, psychological uncertainty, and public agency as a message source
Y Huang, W Liu
Science Communication, 2021
462021
Organizational disaster communication ecology: Examining inter-agency coordination on social media during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
W Liu, WW Xu, B St John III
American Behavioral Scientist, 2021
422021
Bringing local voices into community revitalization: Engaged communication research in urban planning
G Villanueva, C Gonzalez, M Son, E Moreno, W Liu, S Ball-Rokeach
Journal of Applied Communication Research 45 (5), 474-494, 2017
422017
Twitter message types, health beliefs, and vaccine attitudes during the 2015 measles outbreak in California
CZ Meadows, L Tang, W Liu
American Journal of Infection Control, 2019
412019
Relationship matters: How government organization-public relationship impacts disaster recovery outcomes among multiethnic communities
W Liu, L Ni
Public Relations Review, 2021
372021
How public health agencies breakthrough COVID-19 conversations: A strategic network approach to public engagement
HM Kim, A Saffer, W Liu, J Sun, Y Li, L Zhen, A Yang
Health Communication, 2021
372021
The battleground of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation on Facebook: Fact-checkers vs. Misinformation spreaders
A Yang, J Shin, A Zhou, K Huang-Isherwood, E Lee, C Dong, HM Kim, ...
HKS Misinformation Review. 2 (4), 2021
362021
Mask-wearing as a partisan issue: Social identity and communication of party norms on social media among political elites.
J Shin, A Yang, W Liu, HM Kim, A Zhou, J Sun
Social Media + Society, 2022
352022
Communication and socio-demographic forces shaping civic engagement patterns in a multiethnic city
M Chen, N.-T. N., Ognyanova, K., Zhao, N., Liu, W., Gerson, D., Ball-Rokeach ...
Communication and Community, 213-230, 2013
35*2013
Bridging mechanisms in multiethnic communities: Place-based communication, neighborhood belonging, and intergroup relations
W Liu, M Son, A Wenzel, Z An, NZ Martin, S Nah, S Ball-Rokeach
Journal of International and Intercultural Communication 11 (1), 58-80, 2018
342018
Moral framing and information virality in social movement: A case study of #HongKongPoliceBrutality
R Wang, W Liu
Communication Monographs, 2021
322021
Tweeting to (selectively) engage: How government agencies target stakeholders on Twitter during Hurricane Harvey
W Liu, W Xu
International Journal of Communication, 2019
322019
Relationship management as antecedents to public communication behaviors: Examining empowerment and public health among Asian Americans
L Ni, Z Xiao, W Liu, Q Wang
Public Relations Review 45 (5), 101835, 2019
312019
Corporate environmental responsibility and global online cross-sector alliances network: A cross-national study
A Yang, W Liu
Environmental Communication 12 (1), 99-114, 2018
302018
Pathways of immigrant political socialization: Examining the role of news media, social connections, and community interaction.
W Liu, J Gastil
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 43 (3), 1-32, 2014
282014
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