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Professor Chin Chuan LEE 李金銓

BA (Chengchi), MA (Hawaii), PhD (Michigan)

Chair Professor and Director

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Contact Information

Office: M5017
Phone: +(852)- 3442 8622
Fax: +(852)- 3442 0105
Email: chinchuan.lee@cityu.edu.hk
Website: Personal Homepage
Personal CV: Personal CV
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Research Interests

  • Global communication
  • Political economy of the media
  • Social theories of media studies.
  • His scholarship has straddled both English and Chinese.

Current Position

  • Chair Professor
    Department of Media and Communication
    City University of Hong Kong
  • 2005 - present
    Director
    Center for Communication Research
    City University of Hong Kong
  • 2008-2012
    Head and Acting Head
    Department of Media and Communication
    City University of Hong Kong
  • 2002-2005
    Head
    Department of English and Communication
    City University of Hong Kong

Academic and Professional Experience

  • University of Minnesota: Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication, Director of the China Times Center for Media and Social Studies, Professor Emeritus (2004-present).
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong: Chair Professor of Journalism and Communication (1994-1998).
  • National Chengchi University: Visiting Chair Professor (Spring Semester, 2008), under the auspices of National Science Council.
  • Academic Sinica: Visiting Professor (1986-1987, 1991).
  • City University of Hong Kong: Head, Department of English and Communication (2002-2005), Director, Center for Communication Research (2005 - present)
  • Chinese Communication Association: Founding President (1990-1994).
  • Having lectured in more than 50 universities in the US, UK, PRC, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, Japan, Korea, and Malaysia.
  • Free-lance columnist and media commentator.

Research Projects


Publications

  • Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Internationalizing “International Communication.” (under review) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Francis Lap-feng Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, Mike Yao, Tsan-kuo Chang, Fen Lin, Fei Sheng (in press), Communication, Public Opinion, and Globalization in China. London; Routledge
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.) (2003), Chinese Media, Global Contexts. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, Zhongdang Pan, and Clement So (2002), Global Media Spectacle. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.) (2000), Money, Power, and Media: Communication Patterns and Bureaucratic Control in Cultural China. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
  • Joseph Man Chan, Paul S. N. Lee and Chin-Chuan Lee (1995), Hong Kong Journalists in Transition. Hong Kong Center for Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University. monograph.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.) (1994), China's Media, Media's China. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.
  • Joseph Man Chan and Chin-Chuan Lee (1991), Mass Media and Political Transition: The Hong Kong Press in China's Orbit.New York: Guilford Press.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.) (1990), Voices of China: The Interplay of Politics and Journalism New York: Guilford Press, 1990. Foreword by John King Fairbank.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1980), Media Imperialism Reconsidered: The Homogenizing of Television Culture. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Foreword by Elihu Katz.
  • 《報人報國:中國新聞史的另一種讀法》(編),香港:中文大學出版社。2013年。To Serve the Nation: Journalists as Prisms of Chinese Press History. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, forthcoming. 2013, 528 pages.
  • 《文人論政:知識分子與報刊》(編) ,桂林:廣西師範大學出版社(簡體字版), 2008。《文人論政:民國知識分子與報刊》,臺北:政大出版社(繁體字版)2008 . Literati cum Political Commentators: Intellectuals and the Press in Republican China (Guilin:Guangxi Normal University Press, Taipei: National Chengchi University Press, 2008). 書評見《時代周報》、《東方早報》。
  • 李金銓 (2004)《超越西方霸權:傳媒與“文化中國”的現代性》香港:牛津大學出版社。Beyond Western Hegemony: Media and Chinese Modernity. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press。
  • 李金銓編 (1994)《中國在歷史的轉折點上》China at a Crossroads. 台北:時報出版。
  • 鄭瑞城等 (1993)《解構廣電媒體》Deconstructing Taiwan's Broadcasting Structure: Toward a New Order. 台北:允晨。
  • 李金銓 (1987)《新聞的政治,政治的新聞》The Politics of Journalism, the Journalism of Politics. 台北: 圓神。
  • 朱立、陸鏗、李金銓編 (1989, vol.1; 1990, vol. 2)《現代中國新聞文學選》Selected Writings on Modern Chinese Literary Journalism. 香港:新亞洲基金會 (Hong Kong: New Asia Cultural Foundation).
  • 李金銓 (1987)《傳播帝國主義》 Media Imperialism 台北 : 久大 。
  • 李金銓 (1987)《吞吞吐吐的文章:新聞界與學術圈》Journalism and Academy 台北: 久大。
  • 李金銓 (1980,1982,2005)《大眾傳播理論》The Sociology of Mass Communication: Society, Media, and People, 台北: 三民。 (2nd ed., 12 printings).

Journal Articles

  • Hongtao Li and Chin-Chuan Lee (in press), ‘Remembering Tiananmen and Berlin Wall: The Elite U.S. Press’s Anniversary Journalism, 1990-2011,” Media, Culture, and Society
  • Francis LF Lee, Zhou He, Chin-Chuan Lee, Wanying Lin and Mike Z. Yao (2012), “Globalization and People’s Interest in Foreign Affairs: A Comparative Survey in Hong Kong and Taipei,” International Communication Gazette, 74, 3: 221-239.
  • 李金銓、劉兢(2012/13)〈海外中國傳媒研究的知識地圖〉,《開放時代》(廣州), 總237期,頁146-159.
  • China-Chuan Lee (2012), “China as a Rising World Power: Chinse Press Discourses,” Chinese Journal of Communication, 5,1: 38-42.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2011), “Voices from Asia: Centre for Communication Research at the City University of Hong Kong,” Journalism Studies, 12, 6: 826-836. (Research Review developed at the invitation of the Editor.) (First published online 18 May 2011 doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2011.575692)
  • Yong Zhang Volz and Chin-Chuan Lee (2011), “Semi-colonialism and Journalistic Sphere of Influences: British-American Press Competition in Early Twentieth-Century China,” Journalism Studies, 12, 5: 559-574. (First published online 15 November 2010 doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2010.527551)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Hongtao Li, Francis Lap Fung Lee (2011), “Life Cycle of Decisive Events: Constructing Tiananmen as a News Icon in Elite U.S. Press’s Editorial Discourses,” International Journal of Press/Politics, 16(3):335-356.
  • Francis L. F. Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, and Nina Li (2011), “Chinese Peasants in the Process of Economic Reform: An Analysis of New York Times's and Washington Post's Opinion Discourses, 1981-2008,” Communication, Culture, and Critique, 4:164-183.
  • Sik Hung Ng, Jiawen Ye, and Chin-Chuan Lee (2011), “Media Discourse on Globalization in China: A Social Psychological Analysis,” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 30: 139-157. (Winner of the 3rd Biannual Journal of Language and Social Psychology Top Paper Award)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2011), “Voices from Asia: Centre for Communication Research at the City University of Hong Kong,” Journalism Studies, 12, 6: 826-836. (Research Review developed at the invitation of the Editor.)
  • Yong Zhang Volz and Chin-Chuan Lee (2011), “Semi-colonialism and Journalistic Sphere of Influences: British-American Press Competition in Early Twentieth-Century China,” Journalism Studies, 12, 5: 559-574,
  • 李金銓(2011,8),〈報人情懷與國家想像〉,《二十一世紀》,162期,頁52-63。
  • 李金銓 (2011), 〈三十年河東與河西:國際傳播研究再出發〉,《傳播與社會》,16:1-14. (Chin-Chuan Lee, “Reflections on International Communication Research: A New Departure,” Communication and Society, No. 16: 1-14.) Transcript of interview by the Editors of the Journal.
  • 楊銀娟、李金銓(2010),〈媒體與國家議價研究:中國大陸廣州報業的個案〉,《傳播與社會》14期,頁47-74。
  • 李金銓(2010),〈中國記者與時代的交光互影〉,《二十一世紀》,121期,頁13-18。
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2010), “Dangwai,” in John D. H. Downing (ed.), Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media. Los Angeles: Sage, pp. 158-159.
  • Yong Zhang Volz and Chin-Chuan Lee (2009), “American Pragmatism and Chinese Modernization: Importing the Missouri Model of Journalism Education to Modern China.” Media, Culture and Society, 31(5):1-20.
  • Francis L.F.Lee, Zhou He, Chin-Chuan Lee, Wan-Ying Lin, Mike Yao (2009), “The Attitudes of Urban Chinese Towards Globalization: A Survey Study of Media Influence,” Pacific Affairs, 82(2):211-230.
  • Yong Zhang Volz and Chin-Chuan Lee (2009), “ From Gospel to News: Evangelism and Secularization of the Protestant Missionary Press in China, 1870s-1900s,” Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 10(2) : 171-195.
  • 李金銓(2009), 【新聞史研究:“問題”與“理論”】《國際新聞界》 174期 ,5-8 頁。
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Zhou He, and Yu Huang (2007), “Party-Market Corporatism, Clientelism, and Media in Shanghai,” Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12,3: 21-42.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Zhou He, and Yu Huang (2006), “Chinese Party Publicity Inc. Conglomerated: The Case of the Shenzhen Press Group,” Media, Culture and Society, 28 (5):581-602. (Top Paper Award, Intercultural and Development Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2006)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2006), “Bound to Rise: Chinese Media Discourses on the Global Order,” Medien Journal, (University of Salsburg, Austria), No. 2-3: 15-23.
  • Zhongdang Pan, Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, and Clement Y.K. So (2005), “Hyping and Repairing News Paradigms in the Age of Media Spectacle,” Chinese Media Research, 1: 12-26.
  • 李金銓,【中國傳媒研究、學術風格及其他】《媒介研究》,2004年3月,31-45頁。《新聞學研究》,2004年10月,81期,頁163-194。
  • 李金銓 (2003) 視點與溝通:中國傳媒研究與西方主流學術對話《新聞學研究》,10月,1-20頁。節本載《讀書》(北京),2003年11月,69-75頁。
  • 黃煜、李金銓 (2003)【90年代中國大陸民族主義的媒體建構】《台灣社會研究季刊》50期,49-79頁。
  • 李金銓 (2003)【政治經濟學的悖論:中港台傳媒與民主變革的交光互影】《二十一世紀》77期,3-17頁。 “The Paradox of Political Economy: The Interplay of Media and Democratic Transition in Greater China,” Twenty-First Century, No. 77, pp. 3-17.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2002), “Established Pluralism: U.S. Elite Media Discourse about China Policy,” Journalism Studies, 3, 3: 383-397.
  • 陳 韜文 Joseph Man Chan,李金銓 Chin-Chuan Lee,潘忠黨 Zhongdang Pan,蘇鑰機 Clement Y.K. So (2002),【國際新聞的“馴化”:香港回歸報導比較研究】 Domesticating International News: A Comparative Study of the Coverage on the Hong Kong Handover《新聞學研究》Mass Communication Research, No. 73, pp. 1-28.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Zhongdang Pan, Joseph Man Chan, and Clement Y.K. So (2001), “Through the Eyes of U.S. Media: Banging the Democracy Drum in Hong Kong,” Journal of Communication, 51, 2: 345-365.
  • Zhongdang Pan, Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, and Clement Y. K. So (2001), “Orchestrating the Family-Nation Chorus: Chinese Media and Nationalism in the Hong Kong Handover,” Mass Communication and Society, 4: 331-347.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2001), “Rethinking the Political Economy: Implications for Media and Democracy in Greater China,” Javnost-the Public, 8, 4:81-102.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2001), “Beyond Orientalist Discourses: Media and Democracy in Asia,” Javnost—the Public, 8, 2: 7-20. (Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture).
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2000), “China’s Journalism: The Emancipatory Potential of Social Theory,” Journalism Studies, 1, 4: 559-576.? (Translated by Liu Qing into Chinese, Twenty-First Century Review, October, 2000, No. 61, pp.186-196.)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1999), “State Control, Media Technology, and Cultural Concerns: The Politics of Cable Television in Taiwan,” Studies of Broadcasting, Tokyo: NHK. Japanese version (No. 48, pp. 227-259) and English version (No. 34, pp. 127-151).
  • Zhongdang Pan, Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, and Clement Y. K. So (1999), “One Event, Three Stories: Media Narratives of Hong Kong’s Handover in Cultural China,” Gazette, 61,2: 99-112.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1998), “Press Self-Censorship and Political Transition in Hong Kong,” Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 3,2: 55-73.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1998), “Media Market and Political Conflict: A Decade of Media Interaction Between Mainland China and Taiwan,” Dongya Jikan (East Asia Quarterly), 29, 2: 43-57 (in Chinese)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1997), “Media Professionalism and Political Transition in Hong Kong,” Xinwen yu Chuanbo Yanjiu (Journalism and Communication Research,” No. 2, pp. 38-43, Institute of Journalism, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing. (in Chinese).
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Chi-hsien Chen, Joseph Man Chan, and Paul Siu-nam Lee (1996), "Partisanship and Professionalism: Hong Kong Journalists in Transition," Gazette, 57:1-15.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee and Junghye Yang (1995), "National Interest and Foreign News: Comparing U.S. and Japanese Coverage of a Chinese Student Movement," Gazette, 56:1-18.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1995), "Mass Media: Dancing with the Power Structure," Twenty-first Century Bimonthly, no. 28, pp. 15-23. (in Chinese)
  • Vin-huei Lo, Jei-cheng Cheng, and Chin-Chuan Lee (1994), "Television News is Government News in Taiwan: Patterns of Source Selection and Presentation," Asian Journal of Communication, 4,1: 89-110.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1994), "Ambiguities and Contradictions: Issues in China's Changing Political Communication," Gazette, Vol. 53, Nos. 1-2: 7-22. Lead article.
  • Anthony Fung and Chin-Chuan Lee (1994), "Hong Kong's Changing Media Ownership: Dilemmas and Uncertainties," Gazette, Vol. 53, Nos. 1-2: 127-133.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1993), "Sparking a Fire: The Press and the Ferment of Democratic Change in Taiwan." Journalism Monographs, No. 138. 37 pages.
  • Joseph Man Chan, Chin-Chuan Lee and Paul Siu-nam Lee (1992), "Fighting Against the Odds: Hong Kong Journalists in Transition," Gazette, 50: 1-20.
  • Joseph Man Chan and Chin-Chuan Lee (1991), "Power Change, Cooptation, and Accommodation: Xinhua and the Press in Transitional Hong Kong," China Quarterly, No. 126:290-321.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1991), "The Chinese-American Press: Preserving Subcultural Pluralism in a Melting Pot." Proceedings of the National Science Council, 1: 101-109.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee and Joseph Man Chan (1990), "The Hong Kong Press Coverage of the Tiananmen Protests," Gazette, 46, 3: 175-195.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee and Joseph Man Chan (1990), "Government Management of the Press in Hong Kong," Gazette, 46, 2: 125-139.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1989), "The Politics of International Communication: Changing the Rules of the Game," Gazette, 44: 75-91.
  • Joseph Man Chan and Chin-Chuan Lee (1989), "Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: Editorial Stance and Political Transition in Hong Kong," China Quarterly, No. 117: 98-118.
  • Joseph Man Chan and Chin-Chuan Lee (1989), "Press Ideology and Organizational Control in Hong Kong," Communication Research, 15, 2: 185-197. (Top Paper Award, Theory and Methodology Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee and Joseph Man Chan (1987), "Journalistic Paradigms in Flux: The Press and Political Transition in Hong Kong," Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology Academia Sinica, No. 63 (Spring), pp. 109-131.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1985), "Partisan Press Coverage of Government News in Hong Kong," Journalism Quarterly, 62,4: 770-776.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1982), "The International Information Order," Communication Research, 9, 2: 617-636.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1981), "The United States as Seen Through the People's Daily," Journal of Communication, 31,4: 92-101.
  • *Chin-Chuan Lee (1980), "The Politics of Television in Taiwan," accepted by the China Quarterly but was withdrawn because the book Media Imperialism Reconsidered, on which this article was based, came out in advance.

Book Chapters

  • Chin-Chuan Lee, “International Communication Research: Critical Reflections and a New Point of Departure,” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Internationalizing “International Communication.” Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, “Local Experiences, Cosmopolitan Theories: On Cultural Relevance in International Communication Research,” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Internationalizing “International Communication.” Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • 李金銓(2013),〈報人情懷與國家想像〉,載於李金銓(編):《報人報國:中國新聞史的另一種讀法》,香港:中文大學出版社。 頁1-46.
  • 李金銓(2013),〈記者與時代相遇:以蕭乾、陸鏗、劉賓雁為個案〉,載於李金銓(編):《報人報國:中國新聞史的另一種讀法》,香港:中文大學出版社。 頁403-464.
  • Francis Lap-fung Lee, Chin-Chuan Lee, Mike Yao, Zhou He, and Wan-ying Lin (2011), “The Presence of Foreign Media in China: From Political Economy to Media Effects,” in Joseph Y.S. Cheng (ed.), Whither China’s Democracy: Democratization in China since the Tiananmen Incident. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press. Pp. 345-374.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2010), “’Bound to Lead:’ Chinese Media Discourses on Globalization,” in Michael Curtin and Hemant Shah (eds.), Reorienting Global Communication: Indian and Chinese Media Beyond Borders. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, pp. 260-283.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (in press), “Globalization, State Capitalism, and Press Conglomeration in China,” in David Finkelstein (ed.), China’s New Media Milieu: Commercialization, Continuity, and Reform. Armonk, NY: Sharpe.
  • 李金銓(2008),〈序言 文人論政:知識分子與報刊〉,李金銓主編,《文人論政:知識分子與報刊》,桂林:廣西師範大學出版社,頁1-24。〈導論:近代中國的文人論政〉,李金銓編著,《文人論政:民國知識分子與報刊》,臺北:政大出版社,頁1-32。
  • 張詠 李金銓(2008)〈密蘇里新聞教育在 現代中國的移植:兼論帝國使命、美國實用主義與中國現代化〉,李金銓主編,《文人論政:知識分子與報刊》,桂林:廣西師範大學出版社,頁281-309。 李金銓編著,《文人論政:民國知識分子與報刊》,臺北:政大出版社,頁321-350。
  • 李金銓(2008),〈自由化,而非全面民主化:臺灣的遊擊媒介與政治運動〉, 李金銓編著,《文人論政:民國知識分子與報刊》,臺北:政大出版社,頁395-412。
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Zhou He, and Yu Huang (2008), “Chinese Party Publicity Inc. Conglomerated: The Case of the Shenzhen Press Group,” in Krishna Shen and Terrance Lee (eds.) Political Regimes and the Media in Asia: Continuities, Contradictions, and Change. London: Routledge. Pp. 11-30.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, Zhongdang Pan, and Clement Y. K. So (2005), “National Prisms of a Global Media Event,” in James Curran and Michael Gurevitch (eds.), Mass Media and Society. Fourth edition. London: Edward Arnold, pp. 320-335.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2005), “The Conception of Chinese Journalists: Ideological Convergence and Contestation,” in Hugo de Burgh (ed.), Making Journalists. London: Routledge. Pp. 107-126.
  • Pan, Z., Lee, C. C., Chan, J. M., & So, C. Y. K. (2005). Hyping and repairing news paradigms in the age of media spectacle. Chinese Media Research, 1, 12-26.
  • Pan, Zhongdang, Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, and Clement K. Y. So (2005), “To Cheer for the Family-Nation: The Construction of Chinese Nationalism During the Hong Kong Handover,” in D. Tao and Y. P. Jin (eds.), Chinese Cultural Studies. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic. Pp. 40-68.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2003), “Liberalization without Full Democratization: Guerrilla Media and Social Movements in Taiwan,” in Nick Couldry and James Curran (eds.), Contesting State Power. New York: Roman and Littlefield. Pp. 163-175. (Top Paper Award, Intercultural and Development Division, International Communication Association.)
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2003), “The Global and the National of the Chinese Media: Discourses, Market, Technology, and Ideology,” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Chinese Media, Global Contexts. London: Routledge. Pp. 1-31.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2003), “Established Pluralism: U.S. Elite Media Discourse on the China Policy,” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Chinese Media, Global Contexts. London: Routledge. Pp. 76-96.
  • Yu Huang and Chin-Chuan Lee (2003), Peddling Party Ideology for a Profit: Media and the Rise of Chinese Nationalism in the 1990s,” in Gary Rawnsley and Ming-yeh Rawnsley (eds.), Political Communication in Greater China The Construction and Reflections of Identity. London: Routledge Curzon. Pp. 41-61.
  • 李金銓 (2003)【柏楊,柏楊的筆,台灣的新聞自由與人權運動】李瑞騰主編《柏楊文學史學思想》台北:行政院文化建設委員會。頁197-220。
  • Anthony Fung and Chin-Chuan Lee (2002), “Market and Politics: Hong Kong Press During Sovereignty Transfer,” in Lucy Lu, Wenxin Jia, and Ray Heisey (eds.), Chinese Communication: Contexts and Comparison. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, pp. 165-177.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2001), “Servants of the Party or the Market: Media and Journalists in China,” in Jeremy Tunstall (ed.), Media Occupations and Professions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Pp. 240-252.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, Zhongdang Pan, and Clement Y. K. So (2000), “National Prisms of a Global Media Event,” in James Curran and Michael Gurevitch (eds.), Mass Media and Society. Third edition. London: Edward Arnold. Pp. 295-309.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2000), “State, Capital, and Media: The Case of Taiwan,” in James Curran and Myung-jin Park (eds.), De-Westernizing Media Studies. London: Routledge. Pp. 124-138.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2000), “Chinese Communication: Trajectories, Prisms, and Modes of Understanding” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Money, Power, and Media: Communication Patterns and Bureaucratic Control in Cultural China.Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Pp. 3-44.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (2000), “The Paradox of Political Economy: Media Structure, Press Freedom, and Regime Change in Hong Kong,” in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Money, Power, and Media: Communication Patterns and Bureaucratic Control in Cultural China. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Pp. 288-336.
  • Clement So, Joseph Man Chan, Chin-Chuan Lee (2000), “Hong Kong,” in Shelton Guanaratne (ed.), Handbook of Media in Asia. London: Sage. Pp. 527-551.
  • Clement So, Joseph Man Chan, Chin-Chuan Lee (2000), “Macao,” in Shelton Guanaratne (ed.), Handbook of Media in Asia. London: Sage. Pp. 552-560.
  • Huailin Chen and Chin-Chuan Lee (1999), “Press Finance and Economic Reform in China,” in Joseph Cheng (ed.), China Review, 1997. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. English version, pp. 577-609; Chinese version, pp.517-546.
  • Joseph Man Chan, Paul Siu-nam Lee, and Chin-Chuan Lee (1998), "East Meets West: Hong Kong Journalists," in David Weaver (ed.), The Global Journalist. Caskill, N.J.: Hampton Press. pp. 31-54.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1997), “Media Structure and Regime Change in Hong Kong,” in Ming K. Chan (ed.), The Challenge of Hong Kong’s Reintegration with China. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.? pp. 113-138.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee, Joseph Man Chan, and Paul Siu-nam Lee (1997), Professionalism Among Hong Kong Journalists in Comparative Perspectives," in Bryce McIntyre (ed.), Mass Media in the Asian Pacific. Clevedon, U.K.: Multilingual Matters. pp.5-13.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1994), "Ambiguities and Contradictions: Issues in China's Changing Political Communication," in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), China's Media, Media's China. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
  • Joseph Man Chan, Chin-Chuan Lee, and Paul Lee (1994), "Fighting Against the Odds: Hong Kong Journalists in Transition," in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), China's Media, Media's China. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. reprinted with permission
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1994), "Sparking a Fire: The Press and the Ferment of Democratic Change in Taiwan," in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), China's Media, Media's China. (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. reprinted (with revision) with permission.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1992) “Emancipated from Authoritarian Rule: The Political Economy of the Press in Taiwan," (in Chinese) in Leonard Chu and Joseph Man Chan (eds.), Mass Media and Social Development. Hong Kong: Chinese University. pp. 81-94.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1990), "Mass Media: Of China, About China," in Chin-Chuan Lee (eds.), Voices of China: The Interplay of Politics and Journalism. New York: Guilford Press. pp. 3-29.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee and Joseph Man Chan (1990), "The Hong Kong Press in China's Orbit: Thunder of Tiananmen," in Chin-Chuan Lee (ed.), Voices of China: The Interplay of Politics and Journalism. New York: Guilford. pp. 140-161.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1989), “The Politics of International Communication: Changing the Rules of the Game," in The World Community in Post-Industrial Society. Seoul: Wooseok. Vol. 2, Continuity and Change in Communications in Post-Industrial Society, pp. 244-258.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1984), "Sviluppo dei Mercati Internazionali per gli Spettacoli Televisivi Americani," (The Development of International Markets for American Television Entertainment Programs) in Gianfranco Bettetini (ed.), Nuove Dimensioni Telesive (New Dimensions in Television), Torino, Italy: ERI/Edizioni Rai Radiotelevisione Italiana. pp. 223-247.
  • Joseph Man Chan and Chin-Chuan Lee (1984), "Journalistic Paradigm on Civil Protests: A Case Study in Hong Kong," in Andrew Arno and Wimal Dissanayake (eds.), The Mass Media in National and International Conflict. (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press).
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1982), "Media Images of America," in Erwin Atwood, Stuart Bullion, and Sharon Murphy (eds.), International Perspectives on News. Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press. pp. 53-72.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee (1982), "Media Imperialism Reconsidered," in Charles Whitney and Ellen Wartella (eds.), Mass Communication Review Yearbook, Vol. 3, Beverly Hills: Sage.
  • Chin-Chuan Lee and F. Gerald Kline (1980), "Media Imperialism Defined," in Jack Steinbring and Gary Gransberg (eds.), Telecommunications in Transcultural Perspective. University of Winnipeg, Canada. pp. 327-367.

Book Review

  • “Overinterpreting the ‘Public Sphere,” International Journal of Communication, 5 (2011): 1009-1013. A review of Joining the Global Public: Word, Image, and City in Early Chinese Newspapers, 1870-1910. Edited by Rudolf G. Wagner. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2007.
  • 《過度闡釋公共領域》,《二十一世紀》,2008年12月,110期,頁122-124。
  • Commentary on article by Yongming Zhou, “Living on the Cyber Border: ‘Minjian’ Political Writers in Chinese Cyberspace,” Current Anthropology, December 2005.
  • Review.Democracy and the Media: A Comparative Perspective.? Edited by Richard Gunther and Anthony Mughan. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000). In Journal of Communication, 52, 2 (2002): 479-481.
  • Review. An Orchestra of Voices: Making the Argument for Greater and Press Freedom in the People’s Republic of China, by Sun Xupei (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2000). In Journal of Asian Studies, 60, 3 (2001): 848-849.
  • Review essay, Writing at the Margins of his Time, Writing at the Center of his Time,” review of Lu Keng’s memoirs, in Hong Kong Economic Journal, September 1997, pp. 79-85. (in Chinese).
  • Review. Mass Media in China: The History and the Future by Won Ho Chang, (Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1989); Qi Lai! Mobilizing One Billion Chinese: The Chinese Communication System, by Robert L. Bishop, (Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1989). in Journal of Communication, 40, 4 (1990): 137-138.
  • Review, The Dragon’s Pupils: A China Odyssey by Ken Starck (Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1991), in Journalism Quarterly, 69(2):486-487, summer 1992.
  • Review, Eurovision News and the International Flow of Information: History, Problems, and Perspectives, 1960-1980. by SR Melink. In Journalism Quarterly, 62(2):415, summer 1985.

Reports

  • Chin-Chuan Lee and F. Gerald Kline, A Comparison of Newspaper Public Affairs Coverage in Selected Markets, presented to the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada; Monograph No. 3, Center for Communication Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1979.
  • Everett M. Rogers, Rekha Agarwala Rogers, and Chin-Chuan Lee, Diffusion of Educational Innovations to College Professors in the United States. Mimeo report. Interdepartmental Program in Mass Commu-nication Research, University of Michigan, 1975.
  • D. Lawrence Kincaid, Hyong Jong Park, Kyung Koong Chung, and Chin-Chuan Lee, Mothers' Clubs and Family Planning in Rural Korea: The Case of Oryu Li. East?West Center, Communication Institute, Case Study Report No.2, 1974