Lars Willnat, Ph.D.

Professor and Director, UK School of Journalism and Media

Publications

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Christine Ogan, Lars Willnat, Rosemary Pennington, and Manaf Bashir (2013). The Rise of Anti-Muslim Prejudice: Media and Islamophobia in Europe and the United States. International Communication Gazette, 76(1), 27-46.

Lars Willnat, David Weaver, and Jihyang Choi (2013). The Global Journalist in the 21st Century: A Cross-national Study of Journalistic Competencies. Journalism Practice, 7(2), 163-183.

Lars Willnat, Ezhar Tamam, Joann Wong, and Annette Aw (2013). Online Media and Political Participation: The Case of Malaysia. Mass Communication and Society 16(4), 1-29.

Lu Wei, Lars Willnat, and Lingwei Shao (2012). Cultural Differences in the Use of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0: A Comparative Analysis of Chinese and American Youth. China Media Research, 8(4), 77-89.

Lars Willnat and Yunjuan Luo (2011). Watching the Dragon: Global Television News about China. Chinese Journal of Communication, 4(3), 255-273.

Ezhar Tamam, Lars Willnat, and Mohd Nizam Osman (2009). Self-Construal and Exposure to American Entertainment and News Programs Among Malaysian Youths. Pertanika Journal Social Science & Humanities, 17(1), 17-24.

Lars Willnat, Annette Aw, Naila Hamdy, Zhou He, Victor Menayang, Teresa La Porte, Karen Sanders, and Ezhar Tamam (2006). Media Use, Anti-Americanism, and International Support for the Iraq War. International Communication Gazette, 68(5-6), 533-550.

Sung Tae Kim, Lars Willnat, and David H. Weaver (2006). Measuring the Third Person Effects of

Public Opinion Polls: Focusing on Online Polls. Korean Journal of Communication & Information, 32, 49-73. (in Korean)

Waipeng Lee, Benjamin H. Detenber, Lars Willnat, Sean Aday, and Joseph Graf (2004). A Cross-Cultural Test of the Spiral of Silence Theory in Singapore and the United States. Asian Journal of Communication, 14(2), 205-226.

Paul R. Brewer, Kimberly Gross, Sean Aday, and Lars Willnat (2004). International Trust and Public Opinion about World Affairs. American Journal of Political Science, 48(1), 93-109.

Paul R. Brewer, Joseph Graf, and Lars Willnat (2003). Priming or Framing: Media Influence on Attitudes toward Foreign Nations. Gazette, 65(6), 493-508.

Lars Willnat and David H. Weaver (2003). Through Their Eyes: The Work of Foreign Correspondents in the United States. Journalism, 4(4), 403-422.

Lars Willnat, Waipeng Lee, and Benjamin H. Detenber (2002). Individual-level Predictors of Public Outspokenness: A Test of the Spiral of Silence Theory in Singapore. The International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 14, 391-412.

Lars Willnat, Zhou He, Toshio Takashi, and Esteban Lopez-Escobar (2002). Perceptions of Foreign Media Influence in Asia and Europe: The Third-Person Effect and Media Imperialism. The International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 14, 175-192.

Sung Tae Kim, David H. Weaver, and Lars Willnat (2000). Media Reporting and Perceived Credibility of Online Polls. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 77, 846-864.

Lee Sigelman and Lars Willnat (2000). Attitudinal Differentiation Between Black Urbanites and Suburbanites: A Test of Three Accounts. Urban Affairs Review, 35, 185-187.

Lars Willnat and David H. Weaver (1998). Public Opinion on Investigative Reporting in the 1990’s: Has Anything Changed Since the 1980’s? Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74, 449-463.

Lars Willnat, Zhou He, and Hao Xiaoming (1997). Foreign Media Exposure and Perceptions of Americans in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Singapore. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74, 738-756.

Lars Willnat (1996). Mass Media and Political Outspokenness in Hong Kong: Linking the Third-Person Effect and the Spiral of Silence. The International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 8, 187-212.

Lars Willnat and Jian-Hua Zhu (1996). Newspaper Coverage and Public Opinion in Hong Kong: A Time-Series Analysis of Media Priming. Political Communication, 13, 231-246.

Lars Willnat (1995). Public Opinion and Political Outspokenness in Pre-1997 Hong Kong: Two Test of the Spiral of Silence Theory. Asian Journal of Communication, 5, 47-67.

David H. Weaver, Jian-Hua Zhu, and Lars Willnat (1992). The Bridging Function of Interpersonal Communication in Agenda-Setting. Journalism Quarterly, 69, 856-867.

Holli A. Semetko, Joanne Bay Brzinski, David H. Weaver, and Lars Willnat (1992). TV News and U.S. Public Opinion About Foreign Countries: The Impact of Exposure and Attention. The International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 4, 18-36.

Lars Willnat (1991). The East German Press During the Political Transformation of East Germany. Gazette, 48, 193-208.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Lars Willnat, Lu Wei, and Jason Martin (forthcoming). “Culture, Politics and the Use of Social Media in China.” In Gary D. Rawnsley and Ming-Yeh Rawnsley (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. New York: Routledge.

Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (2014). “Social Media, Culture, and Politics in Asia,” In Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (Eds.), Social Media, Culture and Politics in Asia (pp. 13-29). New York: Peter Lang.

Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (2014). “Conclusion.” In Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (Eds.), Social Media, Culture and Politics in Asia (pp. 275-299). New York: Peter Lang.

Lars Willnat (2014). “Social Media and Political Participation in Nine Asian Nations.” In Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (Eds.), Social Media, Culture and Politics in Asia (pp. 241-272). New York: Peter Lang.

Lars Willnat, David Weaver, Agnieszka Stepinska, and Ven-hwei Lo (2013), “Who Uses News, How Much, and Why?” In Akiba Cohen (Ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? (pp. 153-169). New York: Peter Lang.

Lars Willnat, David Weaver, Agnieszka Stepinska, and Ven-hwei Lo (forthcoming), “Who Uses News, How Much, and Why?” In Akiba Cohen (Ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Lars Willnat and Akiba Cohen (forthcoming), “Self-Reflexivity of Gatekeepers on Contents and Viewers of Foreign News” In Akiba Cohen (Ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Lars Willnat and David Weaver (forthcoming). Country Summary: The United States of America. In Akiba Cohen (Ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Lars Willnat, Ven-hwei Lo, and Annette Aw (2012). Opinion Polls and the Media in Taiwan. In Christina Holtz-Bacha and Jesper Stromback (Eds.), Opinion Polls and the Media: Reflecting and Shaping Public Opinion (pp. 198-222). New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Lars Willnat and Jason Martin (2012). Foreign Correspondents – An Endangered Species? In David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat (Eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 495-510). New York: Routledge.

David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat (2012). Introduction. In David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat (Eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp.1-5). New York: Routledge.

David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat (2012). Conclusions. In David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat (Eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 527-551). New York: Routledge.

Lars Willnat (2009). Surfing the News: The Internet and Traditional News Consumption. In Paul Lee and Kenneth L. Leung (Eds.), New Opportunities & Challenges of the Internet (pp. 83-100). Hong Kong: Chinese University Press.

Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (2009). Elections in India: One Billion People and Democracy. In Jesper Strömbäck and Lynda Lee Kaid (Eds.), The Handbook of Election Coverage Around the World (pp. 123-140). Mahwah, NJ, London: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (2009). The Big Unknown: Introduction to Political Communication in Asia. In Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (Eds.), Political Communication in Asia (pp. 1-8). New York: Routledge.

Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (2009). The Big Unknown: Conclusions About Political Communication in Asia. In Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (Eds.), Political Communication in Asia (pp. 216-228). New York: Routledge.

Terence Lee and Lars Willnat (2009). Political Communication in Singapore. In Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (Eds.), Political Communication in Asia (pp. 93-111). New York: Routledge.

Lars Willnat and David H. Weaver (2005). Journalism Education in the United States. In Kenneth W.Y. Leung, James Kenny, and Paul S. N. Lee (Eds.), Global Trends in Communication Education and Research (pp. 37-52). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (2005). Political Advertising in Emerging Democracies: The Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. In Linda Lee Kaid and Christina Holtz-Bacha (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Political Advertising (pp. 399-416). Thousand Oaks, London: Sage Publications.

Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (2004). Political Communication in Asia: Challenges and Opportunities. In Linda Lee Kaid (Ed.), Handbook of Political Communication Research (pp. 479-503). Mahwah, NJ, London: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lars Willnat (1997). Agenda-Setting and Priming: Conceptual Links and Differences. In Donald Shaw, Maxwell McCombs, and David H. Weaver (Eds.), Communication and Democracy (pp. 51-66). Mahwah, NJ, London: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Lars Willnat and Karin G. Wilkins (1997). International and Local Media Impact on Cultural Values and Political Attitudes: The Case of Hong Kong. In Bryce T. McIntyre (Ed.), Mass Media in the Asian Pacific (pp. 29-43). North Summerset, London: Multilingual Matters Ltd.

BOOKS

Lars Willnat and Annette Aw (Eds.) (2014). Social Media, Culture and Politics in Asia. New York: Peter Lang.

David H. Weaver and Lars Willnat (Eds.) (2012). The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge.

Craig L. Brians, Lars Willnat, Jarol B. Manheim, and Richard C. Rich (2010). Empirical Political Analysis. (8th ed.). New York: Pearson/Longman.

Lars Willnat and Annette J. Aw (Eds.) (2009). Political Communication in Asia. New York: Routledge.

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