Hong Tien Vu

Ph.D. Student

Research interests: New media effects on news production and consumption; International/Intercultural communication

Degree(s): Master’s: William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Kansas, 2011.
Bachelor of Linguistics, Vietnam National University, 1995.

Journalism/media experience: Nearly 10 years of experience in journalism with various news organizations including the Associated Press.

Refereed Journal Articles

Vu, H.T., and Lee, T.T. (2012). State-Press relations revisited: A case study of how U.S. media portray postwar Vietnam. Asian Journal of Communication, 1(17).

Vu, H.T. and Lee, T.T. (2013). Soap operas as a matchmaker: A cultivation analysis of the effects of South Korean TV dramas on Vietnamese women’s marital intention. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 90(2), 308-330.

Conference Presentations

Vu, H.T., Guo, L., & McCombs, M. (2012). Exploring “the World Outside and the Pictures in Our Heads”: A Network Agenda Setting Study. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Chicago.

Vu, H.T. & Gupta, L. (2012). A study of how online social networking influences people’s involvement in humanitarian work. Corporate Communication International, New York.

Vu, H.T. (2011). State-Press relations revisited: A case study of how American media portray postwar Vietnam. International Communication Association annual conference, Boston.

Vu, H.T. (2011). Soap operas as a matchmaker: A cultivation analysis of the effects of South Korean TV dramas on Vietnamese women’s marital intention. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual conference, Saint Louis.