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Psychological empowerment on social media: Who are the empowered users?

Li,Z.
Journal Paper Public Relations Review, 42(1), 49-59

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Relationship maintenance on Twitter: Implications from loyalty leaders

Li,Z.
Journal Paper Journal of Communication Management, 19(2), 184-202

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Risk in daily newspaper coverage of red tide blooms in southwest Florida

Li,Z., Garrison, B., Ullmann, S., Kirkpatrick, B., Fleming, L. E., & Hoagland, P.
Journal Paper Applied Environmental Education & Communication

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A picture is worth a thousand words: Chinese college students’ selfpresentation on social networking sites.

Yang, Q.,Li, Z.
Journal Paper Journal of Communication Media Studies, 6(1), 70-94

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Tweet or “re-tweet”? An experiment of message strategy and interactivity on Twitter

Li, Z., Li, C.
Journal PaperInternet Research, 24(5), 648-667

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Twitter as a social actor: How consumers evaluate brands differently on Twitter based on relationship norms.

Li, Z., Li, C.
Journal Paper Computers in Human Behavior, 39, 187-196

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Social media crisis in the global age: Lessons from the Siemens “refrigerator gate” in China.

Chen, Z. Ji, Y.,Li, Z., Stacks, D.
Book Chapter In Avtgis, T., Rodriguez, D, & Liberman, C. (Eds.) Casing Risk and Crisis Communication, Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt

Research and evaluation in strategic communication

Ji, Y., Chen, Z., Li, Z., Stacks, D.
Book ChapterThe International Handbook of Strategic Communication, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell

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Media effects.

Stacks, D. W., Li, Z., Spaulding, C.
Book Chapter In J. Wright (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Ed. Oxford, UK: Elsevier Ltd.

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Role of social media in political campaign

Li, Z., Ji, Y., Liu, J., & Stacks, D.
Book Chapter In Stempel, G. H. and Hargrove, T. (Eds) The 21st Century Voter: An Encyclopedia of Who Votes, How They Vote and Why They Vote, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood.

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Political ethics

Ji, Y., Li, Z., Liu, J., & Stacks, D.
Book Chapter In Stempel, G. H. and Hargrove, T. (Eds) The 21st Century Voter: An Encyclopedia of Who Votes, How They Vote and Why They Vote, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood

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Social media with one aspect of politics

Liu, J., Ji, Y.,Li, Z., Stacks, D.
Book Chapter In Stempel, G. H. and Hargrove, T. (Eds) The 21st Century Voter: An Encyclopedia of Who Votes, How They Vote and Why They Vote, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood.

Candidates, election 2000.

Garrison, B. Li, Z.
Book Chapter In Guido H. Stempel III & Thomas Hargrove (Eds.), The 21st Century Voter: An Encyclopedia of Who Votes, How They Vote and Why They Vote, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood.

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Candidates, election 2004.

Garrison, B. Li, Z.
Book Chapter In Guido H. Stempel III & Thomas Hargrove (Eds.), The 21st Century Voter: An Encyclopedia of Who Votes, How They Vote and Why They Vote, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood

Tracking polls

Garrison, B. Li, Z.
Book Chapter In Guido H. Stempel III & Thomas Hargrove (Eds.), The 21st Century Voter: An Encyclopedia of Who Votes, How They Vote and Why They Vote, Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO/Greenwood.

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A great leap: Bridging a new media era of organization-public relationships.

Li,Z., Stacks, D. W
Book Chapter Public Relations and Social Media for the Curious: Why Study Public Relations and Social Media

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Does Power Make Us Mean? An Investigation of Empowerment and Revenge Behaviors in the Cyberspace

Li, Z. Stacks, D.
Conference Paper Paper to be presented at the annual conference of National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV. * Top Faculty Paper Award, Public Relations Division

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Understanding consumer resentment before it’s too late: Empirical testing of a service failure response model.

Li, Z. Stacks, D.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Francisco, CA

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Framing news coverage of National Parks: The environment, social issues, and recreation

Garrison, B. Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, San Francisco, CA.

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Big data for public relations practice – technical, analytical and practical use: A demonstration

Li, Z. Ji, Y., & Liu, J.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the 18th International Public Relations Research Conference, Miami, FL

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Re-examining individualism and collectivism scale: Implications from item response theory.

Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

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Communication from a federal agency: A case study of social media use and policy

Garrison, B. Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

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Psychological empowerment on social media: Who are the empowered users?

Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the PRSA International Conference, Washington, D.C. *Betsy Plank Graduate Research Competition Award

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Is personalization too fragile to work? How priming and need for uniqueness influence the effectiveness of personalized communication.

Li. C., Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of International Communication Association, Seattle, WA

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“Activate consumers on Facebook!” Community identification’s mediating effect between social media engagement and online word-of-mouth.

Yang, Q., Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of International Communication Association, Seattle, WA.

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Facebook versus Renren: How Chinese students depend on different social networking sites for acculturation into the American society.

Li, C., Liu, J., Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA.

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Twitter as a social actor: The moderating role of relationship norms in consumers’ brand evaluations

Li, Z. Li, C.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the American Academy of Advertising Conference, Atlanta, GA.

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Red tide, risk, and news coverage frames.

Li, Z., Garrison, B., Ullmann, S., Kirkpatrick, B., Fleming, L. E., & Hoagland, P.
Conference Paper Paper presented at eMerge Americas Techweek Expos and Summits, Miami, FL

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An explorative investigation of consumer empowerment in a new media age

Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the 17th International Public Relations Research Conference, Miami, FL

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“Like us on Facebook”: Linkage between social media use, community identification and electronic word-of-mouth

Li, Z., Yang, Q.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the American Marketing Association Winter Marketing Educators' Conference, Orlando, FL

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Chinese college students’ perception and attitudes towards self-Presentation on social networking sites

Li, Z. Yang, Q., Huang, J., & Hu, B.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Communication Association, Washington, D.C

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Telling the red tide story: Framing and news media coverage in Florida

Li, Z. Garrison, B., Ullmann, S., Kirkpatrick, B., Fleming, L. E., & Hoagland, P.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

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Moving beyond the Web: A case study of National Park Service use of social media

Garrison, B. Li, Z.
Conference Paper Moving beyond the Web: A case study of National Park Service use of social media

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Paper presented at the Beyond Convergence: Mobile, Social, and Virtual Media conference, Las Vegas, NA

Li, Z. Garrison, B., Ullmann, S., Kirkpatrick, B., Fleming, L. E., & Hoagland, P.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the Seventh Symposium on Harmful Algae, Sarasota, FL

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An experiment of message type and interactivity on twitter

Li, Z. Li. C,
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, D.C.. *Top Research Paper Award (First Place), Public Relations Division

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Social media as a relationship strategy: Twitter’s impact on enhancing brand loyalty

Li, Z.
Conference Paper Paper presented at the annual conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, IL

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