Yong Volz, Ph.D.
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From masses to audience: Changing media ideologies and practices in reform China
Z Yong
Journalism Studies 1 (4), 617-635, 2000
An integrated theory of global advertising: an application of the GMS theory
S Zou, YZ Volz
International Journal of Advertising 29 (1), 57-84, 2010
What does it take for women journalists to gain professional recognition? Gender disparities among Pulitzer prize winners, 1917-2010
YZ Volz, FLF Lee
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 90 (2), 248-266, 2013
American pragmatism and Chinese modernization: importing the Missouri model of journalism education to modern China
YZ Volz, CC Lee
Media, Culture & Society 31 (5), 711-730, 2009
(Re) defining Journalistic Expertise in the Digital Transformation: A Content Analysis of Job Announcements
L Guo, Y Volz
Journalism Practice 13 (10), 1294-1315, 2019
Who wins the Pulitzer Prize in international reporting? Cumulative advantage and social stratification in journalism
YZ Volz, FLF Lee
Journalism 14 (5), 587-605, 2013
Players and contestation mechanisms in the journalism field: A historical analysis of journalism awards, 1960s to 2000s
J Jenkins, Y Volz
Journalism Studies 19 (7), 921-941, 2018
Semi-colonialism and Journalistic Sphere of Influence: British–American press competition in early twentieth-century China
YZ Volz, CC Lee
Journalism Studies 12 (5), 559-574, 2011
Going public through writing: women journalists and gendered journalistic space in China, 1890s—1920s
YZ Volz
Media, Culture & Society 29 (3), 469-489, 2007
Critical events and reception of foreign culture: An examination of cultural discount of foreign-language films in the US before and after 9/11
Y Volz, FLF Lee, G Xiao, X Liu
International Communication Gazette 72 (2), 131-149, 2010
From gospel to news: Evangelicalism and secularization of the Protestant missionary press in China, 1870s—1900s
YZ Volz, CC Lee
Journalism 10 (2), 171-195, 2009
Reconstructing collective professional identity: A case study of a women’s journalist association in the post–second-wave feminist movement in the United States
J Jenkins, Y Volz, T Finneman, YJ Park, K Sorbelli
Media, Culture & Society 40 (4), 600-616, 2018
China’s Image Management Abroad, 1920s–1940s: Origin, Justification, and Institutionalization
YZ Volz
Soft Power in China, 157-179, 2011
Toward a New Conceptualization of Journalistic Competency: An Analysis of US Broadcasting Job Announcements
L Guo, Y Volz
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 1077695820925306, 2020
Journalism as a Vocation: Liang Qichao and the Contested Ideas of Journalism, 1890s-1900s
YZ Volz
annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Sheraton New …, 2009
Leading the second wave into the third wave: US women journalists and discursive continuity of feminism
T Finneman, Y Volz
Feminist Media Studies 20 (6), 863-878, 2020
Journalism awards as a site of contention in the field of journalism
Y Volz
Chinese Journal of Communication 6 (4), 391-396, 2013
Transplanting modernity: Cross-cultural networks and the rise of modern journalism in China, 1890s-1930s
YZ Volz
University of Minnesota, 2006
Public Opinion Without a Public? State Democracy, Middle-­Class Consumerism and Opinion Surveys in Post-­Mao China
Y Zhang
Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture 37 (2), 4-25, 2004
Making China Their “Beat”: A Collective Biography of U.S. Correspondents in China, 1900–1949
Y Volz, L Guo
American Journalism 36 (4), 473-496, 2019
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