AI and Digital media
A prominent area of faculty expertise is in big data, artificial intelligence and computational communication where algorithmic methods are used to generate patterns and draw inferences from complex datasets.
Data and Journalism Practice
We systematically investigate the changing relationships among journalists, sources and audiences in the digital era in response to new challenges in journalism education.
Faculty: Ms Bonnie CHIU, Ms Robin EWING, Ms Jenny LAM, Dr Alison LEUNG, Mr Raymond LI, Prof LO Ven-hwei, Dr Janet LO, Mr Bruce LUI, Dr Rose LUQIU, Dr NG Yu-leung, Dr Celine SONG, Dr Stephanie TSANG, Dr Nick ZHANG
Ethics and Media Literacy
We conduct research on the philosophical bases and daily practices of media ethics with a view to bridging the gap between journalism scholars and practitioners by stimulating dialogues between them.
Politics and Mass Communication
We are devoted to theory-driven empirical studies at the intersection of macro- and micro-level perspectives to tackle issues concerned with the role of the news media in constructing socio-political reality and shaping public opinions.
Faculty: Mr CHEUNG Siu-wai, Prof Cherian GEORGE, Prof Steve GUO, Prof Alice LEE, Mr Raymond LI, Prof. LO Ven-hwei, Dr Janet LO, Mr Bruce LUI, Dr Rose LUQIU, Dr Celine SONG, Prof Daya THUSSU, Dr Stephanie TSANG, Dr ZHANG Xinzhi, Dr Nick ZHANG
Global Communication and Politics
Our study on media globalization focuses on the political and cultural underpinnings of media systems, the flow of information across geographical and social divides, and the power of technology in the process.