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Yang, Y. (2024). Rethinking right-wing media in the wake of an attempted coup. In K. White, D. Kreiss, S. McGregor & R. Tromble (Ed.), Media and January 6th (pp. 144-155), Oxford University Press.

Zou, W., Li, J., Yang, Y., & Tang, L. (2023). Exploring the Early Adoption of Open AI among Laypeople and Technical Professionals: An Analysis of Twitter Conversations on# ChatGPT and# GPT3. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction, 1-12.

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Lukito, J., Gursky, J., Foley, J., Yang, Y., Joseff, K. & Borah, P. (2023), “No reason[.] [I]t /should/ happen here”: Analyzing Flynn’s retroactive doublespeak during a QAnon event, Political Communication.

Yang, Y. & Bennett, W. L. (2021). Interactive Propaganda: How Fox News and Donald Trump co-produced false narratives about the Covid-19 crisis. In P. Van Aelst & J. Blumler (Ed.), Political Communication in the Time of Coronavirus (pp. 83-100), Routledge.

Bennett, W. L., Segerberg, A. & Yang, Y. (2018). The strength of peripheral networks, Negotiating attention and meaning in complex media ecologies, Journal of Communication, 68(4), 659-684.

Zhou, Y. & Yang, Y. (2018). Mapping contentious discourse in China: Activist’ discursive strategies and their coordination with media, Asian Journal of Communication, 28(4), 416-433.

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