WANG Xin, Literature and Art Ph.D. of Beijing Normal University
Professor of School of Journalism and communication of Liaoning University,
Director of Broadcasting and Television Department of Liaoning University.
Visiting scholar of City University of Hong Kong;
Visiting scholar of the University of Westminster, UK.
Director of the Network Audiovisual Professional Committee of the Chinese University Film and Television Society;
Director of Media Culture Professional Committee;
Executive Director of Data Journalism Society of China Science and Technology News Association;
Director of Liaoning Aesthetic Society;
Director of Liaoning Theorist Association;
Evaluation expert of Liaoning Social Science Fund;
Evaluation expert of Shenyang Social Science Fund.
Research directions and academic interests mainly focus on media culture and criticism, media philosophy, communication critical theory, communication history, cross-cultural communication, art aesthetics, etc..Presided over 1 national social science fund project and 2 Liaoning Province social science fund projects .Participated in 1 major project of the National Social Science Fund, 4 general projects, and presided over and participated in many other provincial projects. Published academic monograph "Commercial Press and the Enlightenment of Modern Chinese Women" (Commercial Press 2016).Edited and participated in the compilation of many academic books, published more than 20 CSSCI papers, and were reprinted by China Social Science Digest and China Social Science Newspaper.
The main representative works: Understanding micro culture: a media based Perspective (modern communication 2017.5);From self-statement to other narrative - difficulties and opportunities of Chinese documentary and international communication (modern communication 2018.8);The "new dimension" of micro media (journalists 2017.9)etc.
In addition, she published many articles in Guangming Daily, China Social Sciences daily, Liaoning Daily and other newspapers, and won more than 10 provincial and municipal academic achievement awards and other awards.
The undergraduate courses offered mainly include Chinese and foreign news and communication history, Broadcasting and television news writing, art introduction, Media and public relations etiquette, Film and Television Aesthetics, etc. Postgraduate courses include critical theory of communication, Academic reading and writing and official document writing of MPA.
Mail address: School of Journalism and communication, No. 58, Daoyi South Street, Shenbei New District, Shenyang
Post code: 110136