Yuezhi Zhao

Professor | Canada Research Chair

T: 778-782-9826
E: yzhao@sfu.ca
Room: HC3510

Global Media Monitoring Laboratory

Education

  • Ph.D 1996 Communication, Simon Fraser University.
    Dissertation: Between the Party Line and the Bottom Line: Reform, Commercialization, and Democratic Prospects for the News Media in China.
  • MA 1989 Communication, Simon Fraser University.
    Thesis: Objectivity and Commercial News: An Examination of the Concept of Objectivity in North American Journalism.
  • BA 1984 Journalism, Beijing Broadcasting Institute.

Currently Teaching

Courses

This instructor is currently not teaching any courses.

publications

Books, Book Series and Edited Collections

  • Yuezhi Zhao and Lu Xinyu (eds.) Critical Communication Research: Crises and Opportunities/ 批判传播研究:危机与转机 (Shanghai: Eastern China Normal Press, Forthcoming).
  • Dan Schiller,  Pradip Thomas and Yuezhi Zhao. (eds). “Geopolitics of Information” (Illinois: University of Illinois Press, since September 2014).
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Hu Zhifeng (eds.) Communication, Crisis and Global Power Shifts, Special Issue of International Journal of Communication. 8 (2014).
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Lu Xinyu (eds.), Communication and Class Divide China, Special Issue of Javnost, 19:2 (2012).
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Communication and Society: Political Economic and Cultural Analysis/ 传播与社会:政治经济与文化分析 (Beijing: Communication University of China Press, 2011).
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Xinyu Lu. (eds.) “Critical Studies in Communication”/ 批判传播学 (Shanghai: Eastern China Normal University Press, since 2011).
  • Jin Cao and Yuezhi Zhao, (eds.) “Translated Book Service in Political Economy of Communication”传播政治经济学译丛, (Beijing: Peking University Press, since 2010).
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Communication in China: Political Economy, Power, and Conflict (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008).
  • Paula Chakravartty and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), Global Communications: Toward a Transcultural Political Economy (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008).
  • Cao Jin and Zhao Yuezhi (eds.), A Reader in the Political Economy of Communication, Volumes I & II/ 传播政治经济学读本 (Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2007).
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Media, Market, and Democracy in China: Between the Party Line and the Bottom Line (Urbana and Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1998).
  • Robert Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), Democratizing Global Media: One World, Many Struggles (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005).
  • Robert A. Hackett, Yuezhi Zhao, Sustaining Democracy? Journalism and the Politics of Objectivity (Toronto: Garamond Press, 1998). First Chinese edition by Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, 2005; Revised Chinese edition by Tsinghua University Press, 2010; Serbian edition, 2010.

Articles in Refereed English Journals

  • Richard Smith, Paulina Chow-White, Graeme Webb, Renee Cheung, Karen Fung, and J. Patrick Truman, “The Missing Link: Immigrant Integration, Innovation, and Skills Underutilization in VancouveYuezhi, Zhao. “Communication, Crisis, and Global Power Shifts: An Introduction.” International Journal of Communication, 8 (2014), 275–300.
  • Yuezhi Zhao. “The Life and Times of “Chimerica”: Global Press Discourses on U.S.-China Economic Integration, Financial Crisis, and Power Shifts.” International Journal of Communication, 8 (2014), 419-444.
  • Yuezhi Zhao. “China’s Quest for “Soft Power”: Imperatives, Impediments and Irreconcilable Tensions?”. The Public/Javnost: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 20 (2013), 17-30.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Introduction to Communication and Class Divided China”, The Public/Javnost: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 19:2 (2012), 5-22.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Your Show’s Been Cut: The Politics of Intellectual Publicity in China’s Brave New Media World,” The Public/Javnost: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 19:2 (2012), 101-118.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The Struggle for Socialism in China: The Bo Xilai Saga and Beyond.” Monthly Review64:5 (2012), 1-17.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “China’s Pursuits of Indigenous Innovation in Information Technology Developments: Hopes, Follies and Uncertainties,” Chinese Journal of Communication, Vol. 3, No. 3 (September 2010), 266-289.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Directions for Research on Communication and China: An Introductory and Overview Essay,” International Journal of Communication 4 (2010), 573-583, http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/821/433
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “For a Critical Study of Communication and China: Challenges and Opportunities,” International Journal of Communication 4 (2010), 544-551, http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/821/433
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Chinese Modernity, Media, and Democracy: An Interview with Lu Xinyu”, Global Media and Communication, 6:1, April 2010.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Communication, the Nexus of Class and Nation, and Global Divides: Reflections on China’s Post-Revolutionary Experiences”, Nordicom Review, Jubilee Issue (Vol. 30, June 2009), pp. 91-104.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “’Universal Service’ and China’s Telecommunications Miracle: Discourses, Practices and Post-WTO Challenges”, Info 9:2/3 (April 2007), 108-121.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “After Mobile Phones, What? Re-embedding the Social in China’s ‘Digital Revolution’”,  International Journal of Communication 1:1 (January 2007): 92-120, January 2007. http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/5/20
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Between a World Summit and A Chinese Movie: Visions of Information Society,” Gazette: The International Journal for Communication Studies, 66:3-4 (2004), 275-280.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Transnational Capital, the Chinese State, and China’s Communication Industries in a Fractured Society,” The Public/Javnost: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 10:4 (2003), 53-74.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Media and Elusive Democracy in China,” The Public/Javnost: Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture, 8:2 (June 2001), 21-44.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Dan Schiller, Dances with Wolves? China’s Integration into Digital Capitalism,” Info, 3:2 (April 2001), 137-151.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Herbert Schiller, the US Media, and Democracy in China,” Television and New Media, 2:1 (February 2001), 51-55.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Watchdogs on Party Leashes? Contexts and Limitations of Investigative Reporting in Post-Deng China,” Journalism Studies, 1:4 (November 2000), 577-597.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “From Commercialization to Conglomeration: The Transformation of the Chinese Press within the Orbit of the Party State,” Journal of Communication, 50:2 (Spring 2000), 3-26.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Caught in the Web: The Public Interest and the Battle for Control of China's Information Superhighway,” Info 2:1 (February 2000), 41-65.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Toward a Propaganda/Commercial Model of Journalism in China? The Case of the Beijing Youth News,” Gazette 58:3 (1996), 143-157.
  • Robert A. Hackett, Yuezhi Zhao, “Challenging a Master Narrative: Peace Protests and Opinion/Editorial Discourse in the US Press during the Gulf War,” Discourse & Society 5:4 (October 1994), 509-541.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The ‘End of Ideology’ Again? The Concept of Ideology in the Era of Post-Modern Theory,” Canadian Journal of Sociology 18:1 (1993), 70-85.r,” in Governing Urban Economies: Innovation and Inclusion in Canadian City Regions, Neil Bradford and Allison Bramwell, Editors. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2014, pp. 248-272.
  • Smith, R. (2012). “The promise and problem of mobility: Power, agency, and cell phones,” in J. Greenberg and C. Elliott, Communication in Question: Competing perspectives on controversial issues in communication studies. 2nd Edition. Nelson. Toronto.
  • Jennifer Cordeiro, Helen Novak Lauscher, Celine Cressman,Smith, Ari Goelman, and Kendall Ho, “Harnessing Innovation to Support Medical Residents in Education and Practice: An Exploration of NeedPreference,” in Technology Enabled Knowledge Translation for eHealthand Practice, Ho, K.; Jarvis-Selinger, S.; Lauscher, H.N.; Cordeiro, J.; Scott, R. (Eds.) 2012, 2012, XIV, 440 p. 89 illus., 43 in color.
  • Smith, R. and K. Warfield (2008). The Creative City: a matter of values. Creative cities, cultural clusters and local development. P. Cooke and L. Lazzeretti. London, Edward Elgar: 287-312.
  • Chee, F. and Smith, R. (2007). Online gamers and the ambiguity of community: Korean definitions of togetherness for a new generation. In M. Consalvo & C. Haythornthwaite (Eds.), Internet Researcher Annual, Volume 4. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Smith, Richard. (2006). New media industry in Vancouver. Proceedings of the “Colloque De L’Association d’Économie Politique (AÉP): La Compétitivité Urbaine À L’ère De La Nouvelle Économie : Enjeux Et Défis, Montréal, QU – November 5, 2005.
  • Smith, R. (2007). Cell in the city: Is cellular phone use eroding the distinction between publicprivate space? In J. Greenberg and C. Elliott
    (Eds.), Communications in question: Canadian perspectives on controversial issues in communication studies. Toronto: Thomson-Nelson.
  • Chee, F., Vieta, M., & Smith, R. (2005). Online gaming and the interactional self: Identity interplay in situated practice. In J. P. Williams, S. Q. Hendricks & W. K. Winkler (Eds.), Gaming as culture: Social reality, identity and experience in role-playing, collectible, and computer games. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishing.
  • Chee, F., & Smith, R. (2005). Is electronic community an addictive substance? An ethnographic offering from the everquest community. In S. Schaffer & M. Price (Eds.), Interactive convergence in multimedia – probing the boundaries (Vol. 10): The Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • Smith, R. (2004). ‘A Model for the Study of Clustering: A Case Study from New Media Firms in Vancouver. In L. Morel-Guimaraes (Ed.), Key Success Factors for Innovation and Sustainable Development. Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Smith, R., McCarthy, J., & Petrusevich, M. (2004). Cluster or Whirlwind? The New Media Industry in Vancouver. In D. Wolfe & M. Lucas (Eds.), Clusters in a Cold Climate: Innovation Dynamics in a Diverse Economy (pp. 195-221). Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press and School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University.
  • Lorimer, R., & Smith, R. (2004). Mass Media and Technology. In L. Tepperman & J. Curtis (Eds.), Sociology: A Canadian Perspective. Toronto: Oxford University Press.
  • Bryant, S., & Smith, R. (2001). Computers and the Internet. In P. Attallah & L. R. Shade (Eds.), Communication in Canada. Toronto: Nelson.
  • Smith, R. (2002). Techmaps: a tool for understanding social capital for technological innovation at a regional level. Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Western Canada: From Family Businesses to Multinationals. J. J. Chrisman, J. A. D. Holbrook and J. H. Chua. Calgary, University of Calgary Press.
  • Lewis, B., R. Smith, and C. Massey, Policy processes for technological change, in Case studies on information technology in higher education, L.A. Petrides, Editor. 2000, IDEA Group Publishing: Hershey, PA.
  • Davis, Charles. H. and R. K. Smith, (1995) “Management of Technology and Technological Change in Canada” in Minden, K. and Wong Poh-Kam eds., Developing Technology Managers: Comparative Pacific Rim Strategies, M.E. Sharpe, Chicago.
  • Leiss, William. L., R. K. Smith, (1990) “Industrial Policy and Management of Technology,” in L. Salter and David Wolfe, eds., Management of Technology: Social Science Perspectives, Garamond Press, Toronto. (French edition, 1993). pp. 119-136.

Book Chapters in English

  • Yuezhi Zhao, “(Re)-Focusing on the Target: Reflections on a Trajectory of Studying the Chinese Media”, in Rawnsley M.Y.T. and Rawnsley G. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. (USA: Routledge, Forthcoming).
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The BRICS Formation in Reshaping Global Communication: Possibilities and Challenges”, In Thussu, D.K. and Nordenstreng, K. (eds.) BRICS Media. USA: Routledge, Forthcoming).
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Guoxin Xing, “Provincial Papers, National Discursive Power: The Scaling Up of the Nanfang Daily Group,” in Wanning Sun and Jenny Choi (eds.), Provincial Media in China(London: Routledge, 2013), 31-46.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “China’s Media System in a World Historical Perspective,” in Daniel C. Hallin and Paolo Mancini (eds.), Comparative Media Systems beyond the West, (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 143-173.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The Challenge of China: Contribution to a Transcultural Political Economy of Communication in the 21st Century,” in Janet Wasko, Graham Murdoch, Helena Sousa (eds.), Handbook of the Political Economy of Communication (Malden: Blackwell , 2011), 558-582.
  • Yuezhi Zhao. “Sustaining and Contesting Revolutionary Legacies in Media and Ideology”, in Sebastian Heilmann and Elizabeth J. Perry (eds.), Mao’s Invisible Hand: The Political Foundations of Adaptive Governance in China (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2011), pp. 201-236.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Whose ‘Hero’? The Spirit and Structure of a Transnationally Integrated Chinese Blockbuster,” in Michael Curtin and Hemant Shah (eds.), Re-orientating Global Communication: Indian and Chinese Media beyond Borders (Urbana: University of Illinois Press,  2010), pp. 161-182.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Chinese Media, Contentious Society,” in James Curran (eds.), Media and Society(London: Bloomsbury, 2010), pp. 252-270.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Rethinking Chinese Media Studies: History, Political Economy, and Culture”, in Daya Thussu (ed.), Internationalizing Media Studies (London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 175-195.
  • Wanning Sun, and Yuezhi Zhao, “Television Culture with ‘Chinese Characteristics’: The Politics of Compassion and Education”, in Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay (eds.), Television Studies after TV: Understanding Television in the Post-Broadcast Era (London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 96-104.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Neoliberal Strategies, Socialist Legacies: Communication and State Transformation in China,” in Paula Chakravartty and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), Global Communications: Toward a Transcultural Political Economy (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008), pp. 23-50.
  • Paula Chakravartty and Yuezhi Zhao, “Introduction: Toward a Transcultural Political Economy of Global Communications,” in Paula Chakravartty and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), Global Communications: Toward a Transcultural Political Economy (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008), pp. 1-19.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Marketization and the Social Biases of the Chinese ‘Information Revolution’” in Graham Murdock and Janet Wasko (eds.), Media in the Age of Marketisation (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2007), pp. 189-208.
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Robert Duffy, “Short-Circuited? The Communication of Labor Struggles in China,” in Catherine McKercher and Vincent Mosco (eds.), Knowledge Workers in the Information Society (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007), pp. 229-247.
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Sun Wusan, “’Public Opinion Supervision:’ The Role of the Media in Constraining Local Officials,” in Elizabeth Perry and Merle Goldman (eds.), Grassroots Political Reform in China (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2007), pp. 300-324.
  • Robert A. Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao, “Media Fare: Do Canadians Have a Balanced Media Diet?” in Josh Greenberg and Charlene Elliott (eds.), Communication in Question: Competing Perspectives on Controversial Issues in Communication Studies (Toronto: Thompson/Nelson, 2007), pp.  59-65.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Globalization and Media Cultures in China: Contexts and Paradoxical Implications,” in Hakan Lindhoff and Lena Rydholm (eds.), Media Cultures and Globalization in China (Stockholm: Stockholm University, 2007), pp. 49-70.
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Robert A. Hackett, “Media Globalization, Media Democratization: Challenges, Paradoxes, Issues,” in Robert A. Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), Democratizing Global Media: One World, Many Struggles (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, and Honolulu, Hawaii: Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, March 2005), pp. 1-28.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Who Wants Democracy and Does It Deliver Food? The Evolving Politics of Media Globalization and Democratization in China,” in Robert Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), Democratizing Global Media: One World, Many Struggles (Rowman & Littlefield, and Honolulu, Hawaii: Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, 2005), pp. 45-67.
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Guo Zhenzhi, “Television in China: History, Political Economy, and Culture,” in Janet Wasko (ed.), A Companion to Television (Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2005), pp. 521-539. Reprinted in Hakan Lindhoff and Lena Rydholm (eds.), Media Cultures and Globalization in China (Stockholm: Stockholm University, 2007), pp. 71-90.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The Media Matrix: China’s Integration into Global Capitalism,” Socialist Register 2005: The Empire Reloaded, edited by Leo Panitch & Colin Leys (London: Merlin Press, 2004), pp.65-84.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The State, the Market, and Media in China,” in Pradip Thomas and Zahoram Nain (eds.), Who Owns the Media: Global Trends and Local Resistance (Penang, Malaysia: Southbound Press and London: Zed Books, 2004), pp. 179-212.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Underdogs, Lapdogs, and Watchdogs: Journalists and the Public Sphere Problematic in China,” in Gu Xin and Merle Goldman (eds.), Chinese Intellectuals Between State and Market (London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2004), pp. 43-74.
  • Yuezhi Zhao“Falun Gong, Identity, and the Struggle for Meaning inside and outside China,” in James Curran and Nick Couldry (eds.), Contesting Media Power: Alternative Media in a Networked Society (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003), pp. 209-224.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “’Enter the World’: Neo-liberalism, the Dream for a Strong Nation, and Chinese Press Discourse on the WTO,” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Chinese Media, Global Contexts(London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003), pp. 32-56.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, "The Rich, the Laid-off, and the Criminal in Tabloid Tales: Read All about It!" in Perry Link, Richard Madsen, and Paul Pickowicz (eds.), Popular China: Unofficial Culture in a Globalizing Society (New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002), pp. 111-135.
  • Robert A. Hackett, Yuezhi Zhao, “Are Ethics Enough? ‘Objective Journalism’ Versus Sustainable Democracy,” in V. Alia, Brian Brennan and Barry Hoffmaster (eds.), Deadlines and Diversity: Journalism Ethics in a Changing World (Halifax: Fernwood, 1996), pp. 44-58.

Academic Publications in Chinese (中文文章)

  • Yuezhi Zhao, Yao Sha “Reconstructing Chinese Communication Studies: Urban and Rural Perspectives Historical Practice and Farmers’ Subjectivities” /赵月枝、沙垚, “重构中国传播学:城乡视野,历史实践与农民主题性” The Journalists《新闻记者》 Forthcoming.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Rethinking China’s Quest for Soft Power and Cultural Leadership”/ 赵月枝、” 再论中国软实力和文化领导权”, Academic Frontiers, 《学术前沿》 Forthcoming.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Changchang Wu, “Intersections of  the state, the market and class in mass entertainment: The political economy of Chinese drama”/ 赵月枝、吴畅畅:“大众娱乐中的国家、市场与阶级——中国电视剧的政治经济分析”, Tsinghua University: Philosophy and Social Sciences 《清华大学学报(哲学社会科学版),2014年第1期,第29卷(总131期),第26-41页。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Critiquing the Division Between Eastern and Western Communication Studies: Trajectories, Problems and Goals” /赵月枝,“东西方之间的批判传播研究:道路,问题与使命”, Journal of Communication and Sociology, 传播学社会学刊 》, 2014年第28期, 第1-21页.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “China’s Challenges: Cross-Cultural Communication, Economics and Political Discourse”/ 赵月枝,“中国的挑战:跨文化传播政治经济学刍议, Journal of Communication and Sociology, 《播学社会学刊》, 2014年, 第28卷,第151-179页.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “’Press Freedom’ and Cultural Leadership Hijacked”/ 赵月枝,“被劫持的“文学自由”与文化领导权, Tribune 《经济导刊》2014年第7期,第45-50页.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Communication and the Transference of Global Rights”/ 赵月枝,传播学与全球权利转移, Modern Communication, 《现代传播》, 2013年, 第203卷,第58页.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “National Image and China’s Persuit of Soft Power”/ 赵月枝,“国家形象塑造与中国的软实力追求”, Beijing Review, 《文化纵横》, 2013年第12期,第52-59页.
  • Baoquan Zhang, Yuezhi Zhao, “Marxism: Zhao Yuezhi on the development of contemporary Chinese ideology”/ 张保权, 赵月枝, “马克思主义:当代中国意识形态的旗帜和方向与加拿大西蒙菲莎大学赵月枝教授的对话”, Marxist Theory, 《马克思主义理论》2013年第6期,第18-2页.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Toward the Public Nature of Socialist Media and Cultural Autonomy:  Reflections on the Reforms at Chongqing Satellite Television”/ 赵月枝,“构建社会主义媒体的公共性和文化自主性?重庆卫视改革引发的思考”,Journalism Studies《新闻大学》,2011年, 第109卷,第1-24页.
  • Yuezhi Zhao,“Crisis in Neoliberal Journalism:  Revelations from ‘the Hacking Scandal’”/ 赵月枝,“从‘窃听门’事件看自由主义新闻体制的危机,”Beijing Review/《文化纵横》,2011年第9期。
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Hu Zhifeng, “A Dialogue between Changjiang Scholars: Reconstruct Values,” Modern Communication, 2011 (in press). 赵月枝,胡智峰,“长江学者学者对谈:重构价值,”《现代传播》,2011年第1期,第13-21页。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Looking East, Going South: Exploring the New Perspectives in Communication Research,” Chinese Journal of Communication Research (Taiwan), Vol. 18 (2010, no. 12), pp. 3-30/赵月枝,“向东看, 往南走:开拓传播研究新视野”,《中华传播学刊》,第18卷,2010年 第12期,页3-30。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The Rich, the Laid-off, and the Criminals: Reading Chinese Tabloid Stories of the 1990s,” Open Times, July 2010, 109-125 / 赵月枝, “有钱的、下岗的、犯法的:解读20世纪90年代中国的小报故事,《开放时代》,2011年7月,第109-125页。
  • Weijia Wang, Yuezhi Zhao, “Renewing Utopias: The Imagination of Chinese Communication Studies”, Modern Communication 5(2010), pp.19-26/王维佳、赵月枝,“重现乌托邦:中国传播研究的想象力”,《现代传播》2010年第5期,页19-26。
  • Xinyu Lu, Yuezhi Zhao,  “A Scholarly Dialogue: Chinese Modernity, Media and the Reconstruction of the Public”, Communication and Society (Hong Kong), Vol. 12 (2010), pp. 1-24/吕新雨、赵月枝,“学术对谈:中国现代性、大众传媒与公共性重构”,《传播与社会学刊》总第12期 (2010), 页1-24
  • Yuezhi Zhao, Zhenzhi Guo, “The Evolution of Chinese Television,” in Guo Zhenzhi, Medium of First Choice: Chinese Television under Globalization (Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2009), pp. 3-11. /赵月枝,郭镇之,《中国电视的演进》,郭镇之,《第一媒介:全球化背景下的中国电视》北京:清华大学出版社,2009,页3-11。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “After Mobile Phones, What? Understanding China’s Digital Revolution from the Social Perspective,” Global Media Studies Journal (Tsinghua University), June 2009/ 赵月枝, 《手机之后,是什么?中国“数字革命”的社会层面再认识》,《全球传媒学刊》电子版 (第四期),2009年6月, http://www.tsjc.tsinghua.edu.cn/gmj/
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Lifeng Deng, “U.S. Centrism in China and the Future Directions of Chinese Media and Communication Research,” Journalism Studies (Fudan University), Spring 2009, pp. 39-44/赵月枝、邓理峰,《中国的“美国中心论”与中国新闻业和新闻传播学术的发展》,《新闻大学》, 2009年春季,页39-44。
  • Yuezhi Zhao,“Dilemmas in China’s Selective Deployment of Neoliberal Strategies: Transformations in China’s Communication Politics,” Twenty-First Century (Chinese University of Hong Kong), June 2008, pp. 4-14/赵月枝, 《选择性新自由主义的困境?中国传播政治的转型》, 《二十一世纪》,2008年6月,页 4-14。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The World is not Flat: New Media and Uneven Social Developments”, Twenty-First Century (Chinese University of Hong Kong), February 2008, pp. 101-105/ 赵月枝,《世界不是平的:新媒体与社会发展的多元化》,《二十一世纪》,2008年2 月,页 101-105。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Why are we disappointed at the Western Media’s Objectivity Today,” Journalism Studies (Fudan University), Spring 2009, pp. 9-16/赵月枝,《为什么我们今天对西方新闻客观性失望?》,《新闻大学》,2008年夏季,页9-16。
  • Jin Cao and Yuezhi Zhao, “The Academic Trajectory and Humanistic Concerns of the Political Economy of Communication,” Journal of Nankai University (Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition), 2008 (5), pp. 32-43. /曹晋、赵月枝,《传播政治经济学的学术脉络与人文关怀》,《南开学报哲学社会科学版》,2008年第五期, 页32-43。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Toward the Democratization of Chinese and International Communication: The Future Directions of Chinese Media Reform”, Communication & Society (Chinese University of Hong Kong), 2008(6), pp. 25-27. /赵月枝,《中国和国际传播的民主化:中国传媒改革的未来方向》,《传播与社会学刊》, 2008第6期,页25-27。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “A theory of informational capitalism,” in Dan Schiller, How to think about information, (Beijing: Shehui Kexue Wenxian Press, 2008), pp.1-12. /赵月枝,《信息时代的资本论》《信息拜物教》序,邢立军,方军祥,凌金良译,丹∙席勒著,北京:社会科学文献出版社,2008, 页1-12; a shortened version was “Dan Schiller’s Research on Informational Capitalism”, China Reading Journal, July 23, 2008. /精简版见《丹.席勒的信息时代资本论研究》,《中华读书报》,2008年7月23日, http://www.gmw.cn/01ds/2008-07/23/content_809123.htm
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “Neoliberal Transformation in Western Media and Democratic Deficit,” transcribed lecture published by the website of the China Youth University of Political Science, January 23, 2008. /赵月枝,《讲座实录:西方媒体的新自由主义转型与民主赤字”》,中国青年政治学院网站,2008年1月23日,http://news.cyu.edu.cn/ReadNews.asp?NewsID=11220.
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “State, Market and Society: Examining Communication and Power in China from a Critical Perspective,” Communication & Society (Chinese University of Hong Kong), 2007(2), pp. 23-50. /赵月枝,《国家,市场与社会:从全球视野和批判角度审视中国传播与权力的关系》,《传播与社会学刊》,2007年,第2期,页23-50。
  • Yuezhi Zhao and Guoxin Xing, “The Political Economy of Communication,” in Shuming Lu and Junhao Hong (eds.), Mass Communication (Beijing: China Remin University Press, 2007), pp. 511-538. /赵月枝、刑国欣,《传播政治经济学》,刘曙明,洪浚浩(编),《传播学》,北京:中国人民大学出版社,2007, 页511-538。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The Trajectories and Cutting Edges of Research in the Political Economy of Communication,” in Jingyi Fan and Bin Li (eds.), Fifteen Lectures on Marxism Perspectives on the Media (Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2007), pp. 235-258. /赵月枝,《传播政治经济学研究前沿与路径》,范敬宜,李彬(编),《马克思主义新闻观15讲》,北京:清华大学出版社,2007,页235-258。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Cultural Industries, the Market Logic, and Cultural Diversity: Theories and Practices for Sustainable Communication and Cultural Development,” Part II, Journalism Studies (Spring 2007), pp. 56-62. / 赵月枝,《文化产业、市场逻辑和文化多样性:可持续发展的公共文化传播理论与实践》(上),《新闻大学》2006年冬季号,页1-7。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Cultural Industries, the Market Logic, and Cultural Diversity: Theories and Practices for Sustainable Communication and Cultural Development,” Part I, Journalism Studies (Winter 2006), pp. 1-7. /赵月枝,《文化产业、市场逻辑和文化多样性:可持续发展的公共文化传播理论与实践》(下),《新闻大学》2007年春季号,页56-62。
  • Jin Cao and Yuezhi Zhao, “Introduction,” in Cao Jin and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), A Reader in the Political Economy of Communication, Volume I (Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2007), pp. 1-15. /曹晋,赵月枝,《绪论》,曹晋、赵月枝(编),《传播政治经济学读本》,上海:复旦大学出版社,2007,页1-15。
  • Jin Cao and Yuezhi Zhao, “Afterward,” in Cao Jin and Yuezhi Zhao (eds.), A Reader in the Political Economy of Communication, Volume II  (Shanghai: Fudan University Press, 2007), pp. 467-469. /曹晋,赵月枝,《出版后记》,曹晋、赵月枝(编),《传播政治经济学读本》,上海:复旦大学出版社,2007,页467-469。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “A Comparative Analysis Critical versus Administrative Communication Research,” Journal of International Communication, (People’s University of China), 2006 (11), pp. 34-39. / 赵月枝,《批判研究与实证研究的对比分析》,《国际新闻界》,2006年第11期,页34-39。
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “China and Transnational Capital: The Cultural Dimension,” Journalism and Communication Review 2005 (Wuhan: Wuhan Press, 2005), pp. 140-153. / 赵月枝,《中国与跨国资本:文化视野中的考量》,《新闻与传播评论》2005年卷,武汉:武汉出版社,2005,页140-153。
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “China’s Communication Industry after WTO Entry: Toward a Transcultural Political Economy Perspective,” in Shan Bo and Yibin Shi (ed.), Cross-Cultural Communication(Wuhan: Wuhan Press, 2005), pp.110-116/ 赵月枝,《中国传播产业与入世:一种跨文化政治经济学视角》,单波、石义彬(编),《跨文化传播新论》,武汉:武汉出版社,2005,页110-116页;also published in China Media Report, 2005(3).  /又发表于《中国传媒报告》,2005年第3期;http://media.people.com.cn/GB/40628/5045717.html
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “The Communication Research Paths of Overseas Chinese Scholars,” in Duan Peng, Han Yurong and Tian Zhihui (eds.), Communication Studies in the World (Beijing: Communication University of China Press, 2005), pp. 36-42. /赵月枝,《海外华人的传播学研究路径》,段鹏,韩运荣, 田智辉(编),《传播学在世界》,北京:中国传媒大学出版社,2005,页36-42页。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Mapping Communication Studies in North America,” in Duan Peng, Han Yurong, and Tian Zhihui (eds.), Communication Studies in the World (Beijing: Chinese Communication University Press, 2005), pp. 171-190./ 赵月枝,《关于北美的传播学研究》,段鹏,韩运荣, 田智辉(编),《传播学在世界》,北京:中国传媒大学出版社,2005,页171-190。
  • Zhao Yuezhi and Robert A. Hackett, “Media Globalization and Democratization: Contradictions and Paradoxes,” Journalism and Communication Review (Wuhan: Wuhan Press, 2003), pp. 1-15. /赵月枝、罗伯特A. 哈克特,《媒体全球化与民主化:悖论、矛盾与问题》,《新闻与传播评论》,武汉:武汉出版社,2003年卷,页1-15。
  • Yuezhi Zhao, “Introduction to the Chinese Edition,” of Sustaining Democracy? Journalism & Politics of Objectivity, (Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2005), pp. 3-8. /赵月枝,《中文版序言》,罗伯特A. 哈克特、赵月枝,《维系民主?西方政治与新闻客观性》,沈荟,周雨译,北京:清华大学出版社,2005,页3-8。
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “Social Conscience and the Power of Communication Research,” in Wang Yongliang and Cheng Sixing (eds.), Expositions in Media Theory (Beijing: Zhongyang Bianyi Press, 2004), pp.337-347./ 赵月枝,《秉承社会良知,展示思想的力量》,王永亮,成思行(编),《传媒论典—与传媒名家对话》,北京:中央编译出版社),2004,页337-347。
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “World Communication in the Age of Empire: Toward a Reconfiguration of State, Capital, and NGO Power?” in Chen Weixing (ed.), International Relations and Global Communication (Beijing: Beijing Guangbo Xueyuan Press, 2003), pp.1-28. /赵月枝,《帝国时代的世界传播:走向资本,国家和非政府组织的重心布局?》, 陈卫星(编),《国际关系与国际传播》,北京:北京广播学院出版社,2003,页1-28。
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “Global Telecom Crisis and the Dilemmas of Industrial Restructuring,” Modern Communication, (Journal of Beijing Broadcasting Institute), 2003 (2), pp. 16-18. / 赵月枝,《全球电信危机和产业重组的困境》,《现代传播》,2003年第2期,页16-18。
  • Ye Lu and Zhao Yuezhi, “The Development of Digital Television in the United States: Technological Potentials, Government Policies, and Corporate Imperatives,” Journalism & Communication Research (published by the Journalism & Communication Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China), 1999, 6(3), pp. 15-29./ 陆晔、赵月枝,《美国数字电视:在权力结构与商业利益之间的曲折发展》,《新闻与传播研究》,1999年,第六卷第3期,页15-29。
  • Zhao Yuezhi, “Public Interest, Democracy, and Broadcasting Deregulation in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe,” Journalism & Communication Research (published by the Journalism & Communication Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China), 1998, 5(2), pp. 25-44. / 赵月枝,《公共利益,民主与欧美广播电视的市场化》,《新闻与传播研究》,第五卷第2期,页25-44。
  • Robert A. Hackett and Yuezhi Zhao, “The evolution of objectivity: From positivism to negative news,” translated from Sustaining Democracy? Journalism and the Politics of Objectivity by Zhou Yu, Journal of International Communication, 1998(5/6),  pp. 115-119./ 罗伯特A. 哈克特、赵月枝,《客观性的演变:从实证主义到消极性新闻》,周雨译自《维系民主?新闻与客观性的政治》,《国际新闻界》,1998年,第5/6卷,页115-119。

research

  • Political economy of global communication
  • Media & democracy
  • Communication industries in China