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Fangjing Tu
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WeChat and civil society in China
F Tu
Communication and the Public 1 (3), 343-350, 2016
1042016
A transnational networked public sphere of air pollution: analysis of a Twitter network of PM2. 5 from the risk society perspective
W Chen, F Tu, P Zheng
Information, Communication & Society 20 (7), 1005-1023, 2017
582017
Minding the gender gap: social network and internet correlates of business performance among Chinese immigrant entrepreneurs
W Chen, J Tan, F Tu
American Behavioral Scientist 59 (8), 977-991, 2015
322015
Like, share, comment, and repeat: Far-right messages, emotions, and amplification in social media
L Doroshenko, F Tu
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 20 (3), 286-302, 2023
82023
Facts are hard to come by: discerning and sharing factual information on social media
F Tu, Z Pan, X Jia
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 28 (4), zmad021, 2023
32023
Empowering social media users: nudge toward self-engaged verification for improved truth and sharing discernment
F Tu
Journal of Communication 74 (3), 225-236, 2024
2024
Reviving the “Yellow Peril” Digitally: Anti-Asian Hate on Twitter During the COVID-19 Pandemic
F Tu, S Jiang, X Gong
International Journal of Communication 18, 24, 2024
2024
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