Qingru Xu
Qingru Xu
E-mail megerősítve itt: uky.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Untangling international sport social media use: Contrasting US and Chinese uses and gratifications across four platforms
AC Billings, RM Broussard, Q Xu, M Xu
Communication & Sport 7 (5), 630-652, 2019
Gender differences through the lens of Rio: Australian Olympic primetime coverage of the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games
Q Xu, AC Billings, OKM Scott, M Lewis, S Sharpe
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 54 (5), 517-535, 2019
When Women Fail to “Hold Up More Than Half the Sky” Gendered Frames of CCTV’s Coverage of Gymnastics at the 2016 Summer Olympics
Q Xu, A Billings, M Fan
Communication & Sport 6 (2), 154-174, 2018
# SELFIES at the 2016 Rio Olympics: Comparing self-representations of male and female athletes from the US and China
Q Xu, CL Armstrong
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (2), 322-338, 2019
Men’s sports or women’s sports?: Gender norms, sports participation, and media consumption as predictors of sports gender typing in China
Q Xu, M Fan, KA Brown
Communication & Sport 9 (2), 264-286, 2021
Relaying Rio through an Australian gaze: Australian nationalistic broadcast focus in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games
O Scott, A Billings, Q Xu, S Sharpe, M Lewis
Communication & Sport 7 (2), 198-220, 2019
Two sides of the Chinese sports media story: Contrasting state-owned and commercially sponsored Chinese websites by nation and sex of athlete
A Billings, Q Xu, M Xu
Communication & Sport 7 (2), 244-266, 2019
How Chinese new media construct elite female athletes: Gender, nationalism, and individualism
Q Xu
University of Georgia, 2016
Lost in translation—and transmission: Contrasting Chinese and US Gymnastics television coverage in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
A Billings, Q Xu, JR Angelini, PJ MacArthur
Communication Reports 31 (3), 159-173, 2018
The medal war in peacetime: Examining nationalistic notions embedded in CCTV’s coverage of gymnastics in the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics
Q Xu, AC Billings
Journal of Global Sport Management 5 (3), 243-261, 2020
Women, men, and five Olympic rings: An examination of Chinese Central Television’s broadcast of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics
Q Xu, A Billings, H Wang, R Jin, S Guo, M Xu
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 55 (6), 747-766, 2020
“Clean Athlete” or “Drug Cheat and a Jerk”? A Comparative Analysis of the Framing of an Athlete Conflict in Australian and Chinese Print Media
B Li, OKM Scott, S Sharpe, Q Xu, M Naraine
International Journal of Sport Communication 12 (4), 531-551, 2019
Top rated on five networks—and nearly as many devices: the NFL, social TV, fantasy sport, and the ever-present second screen
AC Billings, M Lewis, KA Brown, Q Xu
International Journal of Sport Communication 13 (1), 55-76, 2020
Let’s Watch Live Streaming: How Streamer Credibility Influences Brand Attitude in Esports Streamer Marketing
Q Xu, H Kim, AC Billings
Communication & Sport 10 (2), 271-290, 2022
Voices of the gatekeepers: Examining the Olympic channel production through a gendered lens
Q Xu, AC Billings
Mass Communication and Society 24 (5), 629-650, 2021
State versus professional: A case study of how Chinese new media construct elite female athletes
Q Xu, PJ Kreshel
International Journal of Sport Communication 14 (1), 131-150, 2021
Lost in the Vault?: Demonstration Sports at the Winter Olympics and How Digital Media Can Bring Them ‘Back to the Future’
X Ramon, Q Xu, AC Billings
The International Journal of the History of Sport 37 (13), 1300-1321, 2020
Love me or hate me: Predictors of perceived athlete image
KA Brown, Z Zhou, Q Xu
Reputational challenges in sport, 170-184, 2018
Home Nation First, but to What Degree?: Nationalism in Chinese Central Television’s Broadcasts of the 2018 Winter Olympics
S Guo, Q Xu
Communication & Sport, 21674795211044188, 2021
Protecting public perception: Responding to scandal using Benoit’s image repair theory
KA Brown, Q Xu, M Formentin
The routledge companion to media and scandal, 475-484, 2019
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