Poverty is a complex problem, and it is closely linked to social disadvantage and inequality. This study investigates digital poverty in the social media era, its types and levels, and the underlying socio-economic factors.
Using interactive, multimedia and virtual reality technologies, the news-expo will tell the story of Hong Kong’s evolution from a fishing village to an international metropolis and financial centre through news reports by the city’s print and electronic media.
This study aims to offer a description of online Weibo and Twitter users and their activities related to food safety discussion and to provide insights into the design of social media tools and health campaigns.
This research attempts to reveal the dark side of social media, i.e., how political disagreement on social media leads to expression avoidance, thereby triggers political polarization and intolerance in the context of HK.
The Institute for Journalism and Society aims to provide a dynamic and synergetic platform to integrate knowledge production, professional training, industry outreach and social participation in the field of journalism.