About Dr Chunyan Wu
Dr Chunyan Wu is Assistant Professor in Communication Studies at Northeastern University London. She is the course leader for ‘Introduction to Communication Studies’ and ‘Global and Intercultural Communication’. Chunyan received her PhD in Media and Communication Studies from Loughborough University and an MA in Mass Communications from University of Leicester.
PhD in Media and Communication Studies, Loughborough University
MA in Mass Communications, University of Leicester
BA in Journalism & Communication, South China Normal University
Dr Chunyan Wu's Research
Dr Wu’s research interests lie principally at social media analysis, the impact of digital technology on communication, international communication and media and cultural analysis.
Wu, C., & Xiao, J. (2020). Evolving frames: British newspaper coverage of repression and resistance in China over time, 1949-2009. Journalism Practice, 15 (4), 544-565. doi: 10.1080/17512786.2020.1730222
Peng, A., Wu, C., & Chen, M. (2022). Sportswomen under the Chinese male gaze: A feminist critical discourse analysis. Critical Discourse Analysis. doi: 10.1080/17405904.2022.2098150
Kong, L., & Wu, C. (2020). An exploration of the effect of wayfinding signage on city brand building: Taking London’s wayfinding signage design as an example [in Chinese]. Art & Design, 2, 65-69. doi: 10.16272/j.cnki.cn11-1392/j.2020.02.013
Kong, L., & Wu, C. (2020). On the Cultural Attribute of Internationally “Universal” Public Information Signage [in Chinese]. Art & Design,11, 35-39. doi: 10.16272/j.cnki.cn11-1392/j.2020.11.019
Research in progress
Negotiating cultural policy and the actual cultural practices of producing locality: the case of Pingyao international film festival. (Under review)
A left-right consensus in the British news media: Covering East Asia through an orientalist lens. (In progress)
Dr Chunyan Wu's Teaching
Dr Wu teaches on ‘Introduction to Communication Studies’ and ‘Global and Intercultural Communication’. Prior to joining NUL, she was Associate Lecturer in PR & Global Communications at Newcastle University.