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          1. Tianru Guan. (2020). A typology of networked political communication space. The Information Society. (SSCI), 36(2): 59-70.
          2. Tianru Guan. (2019). Reductionisms in China’s digital politics research: Event-based, conflict-focused and internal-homogeneity perspectives. Media, Culture and Society. (SSCI), 41(5): 738-750.
          3. Tianru Guan and Yilu Yang. (2020). Diversifying conspiracy beliefs and populist ideologies in the Chinese context. Social Science Quarterly. (SSCI). 101(2): 459-472.
          4. Tianru Guan, Tianyang Liu and Yilu Yang. (2020). Moving away from Partisanship: Diversifying the Motives Behind Political Polarization. Political Studies Review. (SSCI)
          5. Tianru Guan. (2019). Who are influentials in China’s cyberspace and what do they say about the issue of Sino-Japanese relations? Journal of East Asian Studies. (SSCI). 19(3): 383-396.
          6. Tianru Guan and Tingting Hu. (2020). The conformation and negotiation of nationalism in China’s political animation. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. (SSCI). https://doi.org/10.1080/10304312.2020.1724882.
          7. Tianru Guan and Tianyang Liu (2019). Fears, hopes and the politics of time-space: the media frames of Japan in the Chinese People’s Daily. International Communication Gazette. (SSCI), 81(6-8): 664-685.
          8. Tianru Guan. (2018). Framing the Boundary of Sino-Japanese Conflicts in China’s Communication Sphere: a Content Analysis of the News Coverage of Japan and Sino-Japanese Controversies by the People’s Daily between 2001 and 2015. Journal of Chinese Political Science. (SSCI), 23 (4): 603-618.
          9. Tianyang Liu and Tianru Guan*. (2019). Globalized Fears, Localized Securities: ‘Terrorism’ in Political Polarization in a One-party State. Communist and Post-Communist Studies. (SSCI). 52(4): 343-353.
          10. Sow Keat Tok and Tianru Guan. (2017). Exercising Public Diplomacy in Domestic Dispute: The Frames of Cross-Strait Relations by the Taiwan Affairs Office During the Chen Shui-bian Administration. in Jia Gao, Catherine Ingram and Pookong Kee edited Global Media and Public Diplomacy in Sino-Western Relations. New York: Routledge


          New Media and Society (SSCI一區刊物) 審稿人 (2018)

          Journal of Press and Politics (SSCI 政治學/傳播學雙索引一區刊物) 審稿人 (2019)