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Dr Ying Jiang
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Ying Jiang, grew up in China, studied and lived in Switzerland, Scotland and England before she came to Adelaide to pursue a doctoral degree in 2006. After being awarded a PhD in 2010, Ying joined Media Discipline at the University of Adelaide as a lecturer. In 2008, Ying was selected as one of the 100 outstanding young Chinese leaders in the world by Hong Kong Dragon Foundation. Ying has worked for the United Nations Office (Switzerland), British Petroleum (England), and TV stations (China) before she decided to embark on an academic journey in Australia.
PhD, University of Adelaide, Australia.
BA(Journalism),MA (International Studies) Birmingham University, UK.
Awards & Achievements
December 2008, Asia-Pacific Scholars ECR Workshops. Grant from Australian Reserach Council for travel to Melbourne University.
December 2008, Overseas Research Scholarship. Grant from Adelaide Grant Centre for travel to mainland China and Hong Kong.
August 2008, Dragon 100 Outstanding Young Chinese Leaders. Award and Grant from Hong Kong Dragon Foundation.
July 2006, Travelling Masterclass with Professor Toby Miller. Grant from Australian Research Council for travel to Murdoch University.
Semester 1 Media Policy Media Law (Advanced level)
Semester 2 Professional Practice (Advanced level)
High Degree Research Supervision on Social Media & Political Implications, Foucauldian Governmentality, Cyber-nationalism Studies, Cross-cultural Communication.
Cyber-nationalism, Generation Y, Citizen journalisam, Foucauldian governmentality, Cross-cultural communication, Social media and public relations.
Jiang, Y, May 2010, ECR publication grant. Grant from Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Adelaide.
Jiang, Y, Sun, XP& Ding, JJ, April 2010, Suqian City Grand Canal Cultural Town Project. Grant from Suqian City Council and Jiangsu Provincial Department of Culture.
Jiang, Y, Chen, MD & Qi, YF, January 2010, Problems of and Strategies for Private Capital into China's Cultural Industries Research Project. Grant from Ministry of Culture of People's Republic of China.
Jiang, Y, December 2008, ECR training program. University of Melbourne. Grant from ARC, Australia.
2013, (forthcoming)'Pursuing soft power options through the medium of Chinese international students in Australia in a digital age', in Soft Power of International Communication, edited by Chitty&Qing, MLeague International Publication Series.
2013, (co-author with Griffiths, M. & Griffiths, M.), 'China, change and collaborative research', Communication, Politics & Culture, Vol 45.2, Editorial, http://www.rmit.edu.au/browse/Our%20Organisation/Design%20and%20Social%20Context/Schools%20and%20groups/Media%20and%20Communication/Research/Publications/Communication,%20Politics%20%26%20Culture/Volumes/Volume%2045%202/.
2013, 'China's netizens rail against western Media "bias"', Asian Currents, ISSN-1449-4418, Vol 88, 2013 Issue, pg 30-32. http://asaa.asn.au/publications/ac/2013/asian-currents-13-02.pdf.
2012, 'Analysis on Australian politicians' use of Weibo', Today's Mass Media (Jin Chuan Mei), GAPP core Academic Journal(General Administration of Press and Publication of PRC), ISSN1672-8122, CN61-1430/G, Vol 12, 2012.
2012 , (sole author) Cyber-nationalism in China: Challenging Western Media Portrayal of Chinese Censorship. University of Adelaide Press, Adelaide.
2012 Co-editor, Special issue on China, Communication, Politics and Culture, December 2012, RMIT.
2009, 'Brainwashed or Free of the Government's Intervention? Dissecting China's Young Generation's "Anti-Western" Sentiments', ASPAC, http://mcel.pacificu.edu/aspac/papers/scholars/jiang/.
2009, 'Selling Chinese Cultural Products Across National Boundaries', in Chinese Creative Cultual Industry Reference Book, Chinese Communication University Publishing, Beijing.
2008, Chapter Reviewer of "Blogging in China", in Loewenstain, A (ed.) The Blogging Revolution. Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne.
July 2012, Invited interview on "The Increase of Chinese Internet Users and its Implications", Current Affairs, ABC Radio Australia, 20 July, http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/chinese/radio/onairhighlights/%E3%80%8A%E6%97%B6%E4%BA%8B%E8%BF%BD%E8%B8%AA%E3%80%8B%EF%BC%9A%E4%B8%AD%E5%9B%BD%E4%BA%92%E8%81%94%E7%BD%91%E7%94%A8%E6%88%B7%E5%A4%9A%E8%BE%BE%E4%BA%94%E4%BA%BF%E5%A4%9A%E4%BA%BA/983964 .
June 2012, Book proposal reviewer on New Communication Textbook for Oxford University Press.
June 2012, Invited presentation on "Chinese social media and Weibo", hosted by Confucius Institute, University of Adelaide.
May 2012, Journal article reviewer for Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.
May 2010, Invited presentation on Faculty's Research Forum for SA High Schools, University of Adelaide.
July 2009, Presentation on International Conference"Cultural Typhoon", Tokyo Foreign Lauguage University, Japan.
January 2009, Newspaper of Chinese Enterprise. Interview on the development of the cultural industry in China.
December 2008, Invited presentation on "Creative China, Harmonious World", Cultural Industry International Forum, Beijing Communication University, China.
December 2008, Presentation on "How is Confucianism shaping Chinese nationalism today?". 2008 ARCAPFRN Signature Event Conference: Globalising Religions and Cultures in the Asia Pacific, Adelaide.
July 2008, Presentation on "Chinese national identity and its representation on the world stage". Exhibitionism:representing identities, Melbourne University.
May 2008, Guest lecture on "QQ: the online community in China" in the undergraduate class "Digital Revolution". Media Discipline, University of Adelaide.
April 2008, Invited Host for "Hanyu Qiao":7th global foreign college students Chinese speaking competition, Australian final, filmed and broadcasted by the Hunan TV station (who made the supergirl program).
August 2007, Invited presentation on "The use of Internet by the young generation in China". 2007 annual Conference for Teachers of Chinese Language Teaching and Learning, Adelaide.
July 2007, Presentation on "Blogging and the public sphere". East Asia Media Annual Conference, Brisbane.
May 2007, Guest lecture on "The Internet in China" in the undergraduate class "Media Theory". Media Discipline, University of Adelaide.
July 2006, Western Media and Chinese Bloggers. Traveling Masterclass with Professor Toby Miller, Murdoch University, Perth (Funded by ARC).
ANZCA (Australian & New Zealand Communication Association) Membership
Association of Internet Researchers Membership
Chinese Internet Research Membership
2009-current,keynote simultaneous interpreter for the Chinese Mayors' Training Program in Australia, including official speech interpretation for high ranking government officials from both China and Australia, e.g. Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development of PRC, Australian Federal Government Officials, current Australian State Premiers.
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