Ven-hwei Lo
Ven-hwei Lo
Professor of Journalism and Communication, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
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Staying connected while on the move: Cell phone use and social connectedness
R Wei, VH Lo
New media & society 8 (1), 53-72, 2006
Exposure to Internet pornography and Taiwanese adolescents' sexual attitudes and behavior
VH Lo, R Wei
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 49 (2), 221-237, 2005
Third-person effect, gender, and pornography on the lnternet
V Lo, R Wei
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 46 (1), 13-33, 2002
Individual, organizational, and societal influences on media role perceptions: A comparative study of journalists in China, Taiwan, and the United States
JH Zhu, D Weaver, V Lo, C Chen, W Wu
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 74 (1), 84-96, 1997
Internet communication versus face-to-face interaction in quality of life
PSN Lee, L Leung, V Lo, C Xiong, T Wu
Social Indicators Research 100, 375-389, 2011
An integrated model of workload, autonomy, burnout, job satisfaction, and turnover intention among Taiwanese reporters
HL Liu, V Lo
Asian Journal of Communication 28 (2), 153-169, 2018
Third-person effects of health news: Exploring the relationships among media exposure, presumed media influence, and behavioral intentions
R Wei, VH Lo, HY Lu
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (2), 261-277, 2008
Reconsidering the relationship between the third-person perception and optimistic bias
R Wei, VH Lo, HY Lu
Communication Research 34 (6), 665-684, 2007
Third-person effect and hostile media perception influences on voter attitudes toward polls in the 2008 US presidential election
R Wei, SC Chia, VH Lo
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (2), 169-190, 2011
The third-person effects of political attack ads in the 2004 US presidential election
R Wei, VH Lo
Media Psychology 9 (2), 367-388, 2007
News media use and knowledge about the 2006 US midterm elections: Why exposure matters in voter learning
R Wei, V Lo
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20 (3), 347-362, 2008
Ethical attitudes and perceived practice: A comparative study of journalists in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan
V Lo, JM Chan, Z Pan
Asian Journal of Communication 15 (2), 154-172, 2005
The third-person effect of tainted food product recall news: Examining the role of credibility, attention, and elaboration for college students in Taiwan
R Wei, VH Lo, HY Lu
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87 (3-4), 598-614, 2010
Predicting mobile news use among college students: The role of press freedom in four Asian cities
R Wei, V Lo, X Xu, YNK Chen, G Zhang
New Media & Society 16 (4), 637-654, 2014
Examining the perceptual gap and behavioral intention in the perceived effects of polling news in the 2008 Taiwan presidential election
R Wei, VH Lo, HY Lu
Communication Research 38 (2), 206-227, 2011
Examining the first, second and third-person effects of Internet pornography on Taiwanese adolescents: Implications for the restriction of pornography
VH Lo, R Wei, H Wu
Asian Journal of Communication 20 (1), 90-103, 2010
Exposure of Taiwanese adolescents to pornographic media and its impact on sexual attitudes and behaviour
V Lo, E Neilan, M Sun, SI Chiang
Asian Journal of Communication 9 (1), 50-71, 1999
Media exposure, perceived personal impact, and third-person effect
X Liu, VH Lo
Media Psychology 17 (4), 378-396, 2014
Knowledge about the Gulf Wars: A theoretical model of learning from the news
V Lo, C Chang
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 11 (3), 135-155, 2006
The perceived role of ICTs in quality of life in three Chinese cities
PSN Lee, L Leung, V Lo, C Xiong
Social Indicators Research 88, 457-476, 2008
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