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李少南

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  李少南教授于1986年获密歇根大学传播学哲学博士学位。之后加入中文大学任教,曾出任新闻与传播学院院长及香港亚太研究所所长。自2005年8月起出任中文大学社会科学院院长。他的研究兴趣为国际传播、新媒体发展及电讯政策。他曾与海内外学者合作,开展研究项目,包括外国传媒文化流播与民众反应的跨文化研究,以及首个华人社会互联网传播的比较研究。

  李教授曾撰写《国际传播》 (1994)、《互联网在中国社会之崛起: 四大城市的比较研究》(合著者:梁永炽、罗文辉、熊澄宇、吴廷俊)(2009)、编着《中国电讯与发展》(英文)(1997)、《电视无边界:亚洲在说话》(英文)(1998)(合编者: 巩南史加拿)、《新媒体的议题及影响》(英文)(2004)(合编者︰梁永炽,苏钥机)、《传播教育与研究的全球趋势》(英文)(2006)(合编者︰梁伟贤,肯励)。其它学术著作见于《电讯政策》(英文)、《电讯与信息学》(英文)、《传播学报》(英文)、《媒介、文化与社会》(英文)、《亚洲传播学报》(英文)及《社会指标研究》(英文)等学术期刊。

  他于2007年与香港中文大学新闻与传播学院的教授创办由Routledge出版的英文国际期刊《中国传播学报》,并出任创刊主编。在1990 – 1992年间,曾任香港广播事务管理局委员,并在1990–93年间出任香港廉政公署研究小组委员。

代表性成果

著作:

  • Fung, Y., Wu, T., So, Y., & Lee, P. (Eds.) (2007). The development and challenges of Chinese Media. Shanghai: Fudan University Press. 274pp. (In Chinese).
  • Lee, W., Wan, W., & Lee, P. (2006). Brand-building through corporate communication: Winning fame and fortune. Hong Kong: Infolink. 216pp. (In Chinese).
  • Leung, K, Kenny, J. & Lee, P. (Eds.) (2006). Global trends in communication research and education. NJ: Hampton Press. 288pp.
  • Shek, D, Chan, Y. & Lee, P. (Eds.). (2005). Quality of life research in Chinese, Western and global contexts. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. 539pp.
  • Lee, P., Leung, L. & So, C. (Eds.) (2004). Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent societies. NJ: Hampton Press. 284pp.
  • P. Lee (Ed.) (2003). Hong Kong media in the new millennium. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. (In Chinese)
  • Goonasekera, A. & Lee, P. (eds). (1998). Television without borders: Asia speaks out. Singapore: Asian Media Information & Communication Centre. 331pp.
  • Lee, P. (Ed.). (1997). Telecommunications and development in China. NJ: Hampton Press.
  • Chan, J., Lee, P., & Lee, C. C. (1996). Hong Kong journalists in transition. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, CUHK.

论文:

  • Lee, P., Leung, L., Lo, V., & Xiong, C. (2008). The perceived role of ICTs in quality of life in three Chinese cities. Social Indicators Research, 88, 457-476.
  • Lee, P. & Leung, L. (2008). Assessing the displacement effects of the Internet. Telematics & Informatics, 25(3), 145-155.
  • Lee, P. (2005). The challenges of communication education in Asia. Australian Journalism Review, 27(2), 189-201.
  • Leung, L. & Lee, P. (2005). Multiple determinants of life quality: The roles of Internet activities, use of new media, social support, and leisure activities. Telematics and Informatics, 22(3), 161-180.
  • Lee, P. (2004). A comparison of the cultural values of American, Japanese and Taiwanese TV. Mass Communication Research, 78, 45-69. (In Chinese)
  • Tang, H. & Lee, P. (2003). Growth in adversity: Non-economic factors in telecommunications development in China. Telematics and Informatics, 20, 19-33.
  • Lee, P. (2000). Stereotypes and news media: 'Australia' in Hong Kong. Australian Journalism Review. 22(2), 34-47.
  • Lee, P. (1999) Does journalism seek truth out? A typology of realities in news profession. Australian Journalism Review, 21(1).
  • Hagiwara, S., Joshi, S., Karthigesu, R, Kenny, J., Lee, P. & Pernia E. (1999). The reception of global television in Asia: An assessment of its impact on local culture. Asian Journal of Communication. 8(2).
  • Lee, P. & Chu, L. (1998). Inherent dependence on power: the Hong Kong press in political transition. Media, Culture and Society. 20(1), 59-77.
  • Blood, W. & Lee, P. (1997). Public opinion at risk: An elaboration of public opinion about Pauline Hanson's Agenda. Australian Journalism Review. 19(2), 88-103.
  • Lee, P. (1997). The development of cable television in Australia: A tripartite model of interactions. Telecommunications Policy, 21(1), 59-70.
  • Breen, M., Patching, R. & Lee, P. (1997). Tracking research for journalism educators. Australian Journalism Review. 19(1), 159-170.
  • Lee, P. (1996). The images of five Asia-Pacific nations among Hong Kong university students: How close are they to others? Asia-Pacific Media Educator, 1(1), 134-143.
  • Lee, C.C., C.H. Chen, J. Chan, & Lee, P. (1996). Partisanship and professionalism: Hong Kong journalists in transition, Gazette, 57(1), 1-15. 
     
  • Lo, V., Leung, L., Xiong, C., & Lee, P. (2007) Displacement effects of the Internet on traditional media: Beijing, Taipei, Hong Kong. In Y. Fung, T. Wu, Y. So & P. Lee (Eds.).The development and challenges of Chinese Media (pp. 104-116). Shanghai: Fudan University Press. (In Chinese).
  • Leung, K, Chu, L. & Lee, P. (2006). The communication research and education in Hong Kong. In K. Leung, J. Kenny & P. Lee (Eds.). Global trends in communication research and education (pp. 189-209). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.
  • Lee, P. (2005). Democracy, the press and civil society in Hong Kong. In A. Romano & M. Bromley (Eds.). Journalism and democracy in Asia(pp. 81-95). London: Routledge.
  • Lee, P., Leung, L. & So, C. (2004). Towards intelligent societies: The impacts of globalization, customization, flexibility, and multiple identities. In P. Lee, L. Leung & C. So (Eds.). Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent societies (pp. 1- 20). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.
  • Lee, P. (2004). The impact of information and communication technologies on society. In P. Lee, L. Leung & C. So (Eds.). Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent societies(pp. 245- 264). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.
  • Lee, P. (2004). The stereotypes of Japan and South Korea among Hong Kong people. In J. Leigh & E. Loo (Eds.). Outer limit: A reader in behaviour and communication across cultures (pp. 237-249). Sydney: Language Australia.
  • Lee, P. (2003). Reflections on mergers and TNC influence on the cultural autonomy of developing countries. In A. Goonasekera, C. Hamelink, & V. Iyer (Eds.), Cultural rights in a global world (pp. 47-56). Singapore: Eastern Universities Press.
  • Lee, P. (2003). Television, identity and civil society - The role of a non-controversial public space in Hong Kong. In Philip Kitley (Ed.). Television, regulation and civil society in Asia(pp. 188-204). London: RoutledgeCurzon.
  • Lee, P. (2003). Media development and social changes. In P. Lee (Ed.).Hong Kong media in the new millennium (pp. 3-16). Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. (In Chinese)
  • Lee, P. (2002). Some observations of communication studies in China. In G. Zhang & Z. Huang (Eds.). Chinese communication studies: Reflections and visions (pp. 125-145). Shanghai: Fudan University. (In Chinese)
  • Lee, P. (2002). Three processes of dissolving boundaries: Internationalization, marketization and acculturation. In J. Chan & B. McIntyre (Eds.). In search of boundaries: Communication, nation-states and cultural identities (pp. 58-71). Westport, CT: Ablex.
  • Lee, P. & L. Leung (2001). ICQ becoming major leisure activity of Hong Kong youth. In M.C. Cheung (Ed.). Educational reforms and Hong Kong: New millennium, new challenges (pp. 99-102). HK: Faculty of Social Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
  • K. Leung & Lee, P. (2001). A study on the media coverage of the Right of Abode issue in Hong Kong. In Social Science Faculty, Chinese University of Hong Kong (Ed.). The storm over the right of abode of children given birth by Hong Kong people in mainland China (pp. 18-21).
  • Lee, P. (2000). Hong Kong television: An anchor for local identity. In Michael Richard and David French (eds.), Contemporary television: Eastern perspectives (pp. 363-383). London: Sage.
  • Lee, P. (2000). Television and global culture: Assessing the role of television in globalization. In G. Wang (ed.). The new communications landscape: Demystifying media globalization (pp. 188-198). London: Routledge.
  • Lee, P. (2000). The state of the art in communication education and research in Hong Kong. In Yuan Jun, Long Yun and Han Yunrong (Eds.) Communication in China: Interviews with scholars of communication (pp. 352-356). Beijing: Beijing Broadcasting Institute. (In Chinese)
  • Lee, P. (1998). Foreign television in Hong Kong; Little watched but favorably received. In A. Goonasekera & P. Lee (eds.). Television without borders: Asia speaks out (pp. 141-170). Singapore: Asian Media Information & Communication Centre.
  • Lee, P. (1998). Toward a theory of transborder television. In A. Goonasekera & P. Lee (eds.). Television without borders: Asia speaks out (pp. 274-286). Singapore: Asian Media Information & Communication Centre.
  • Chan, J., P., & Lee, C.C. (1998). East meets West: Hong Kong journalists in transition. In D. Weaver (ed.). The global journalist: News people around the world (pp. 31-35). New Jersey: Hampton Press.
  • Lee, P. (1997). Telecommunications and development: An introduction. In P. Lee (ed.),Telecommunications and Development in China (pp. 1-18). New Jersey: Hampton Press.
  • Lee, P. (1997). Uneven development of telecommunications in China. In P. Lee (ed.),Telecommunications and Development in China(pp. 109-124). New Jersey: Hampton Press.
  • Lee, C.C., J. Chan, & Lee, P. (1997). Professionalism among Hong Kong journalists in comparative perspective. In B. McIntyre (ed.), Mass media in the Asian Pacific (pp. 5-13). Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
  • Lee, P. (1997). The Chinese and Western press in Hong Kong. In G. W. Wang (ed.), Hong Kong history: New perspectives (pp. 493-533). Hong Kong: Joint Publishing. (In Chinese)
  • Lee, P. (1997). The role of Hong Kong's broadcasting policy in the development of Asia Pacific television centre. In T.M Chan, L. Chu, & Z. Pan (eds.), Mass Communication and Market Economy (pp. 285-295). Hong Kong: Lo Fung. (In Chinese)
  • Lee, P., Chan, J.M. & Lee, C.C. (1996). Determinants of job satisfaction among journalists in Hong Kong. In Jim Tully (Ed.), Beyond 2000: Future Directions in Journalism Education: Proceedings from the Journalism Education Association Annual Conference (pp. 134-153). Christchurch, New Zealand: University of Canterbury.

 

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