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PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles​

  • Xie, M. (2020). Leadership perceptions of social media use by small-to-medium-sized nonprofits. Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership, 10(4).

  • Xie, M., & Chao, C. (Under revision). The interplay of subjective well-being, social support, and social media use by Asian international students in the U.S. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research.

  • Xie, M., & Pang, M. (2018). A cross-cultural examination of Chinese and American female leadership in nonprofit organizations. China Media Research, 14(1), 30-41.


Book Chapters

  • Xie, M. (2020). Social credit system and self-censorship in China. In A. Akande & B. E. Johansen (Eds.), Dissecting “Trumpism:” The global nationalistic surge in historical, sociopolitical, cultural, environmental, and economic context.

  • Chao, C., & Xie, M. (In press). I am in the homeless home or I am always on the way home:  
    Formatting identity and imagined community through ethnic media use. In E. Ngwainmbi (Ed.), Compromised identities: The role of social media in dismantling ethnic and national borders. Routledge. 

  • Louis-Charles, H., & Xie, M. (2020). The Annual Tribal Emergency Management Workshop and the Bureau of Indian Affairs- Three years of building bridges and increasing capacities among Tribal nations. In H. Louise-Charles, E. Zendejas, P. O’Neil, & J. Zendejas. (Eds.), Tribal management and emergency services in the 21st century: Research and practice. Springer.

  • Xie, M., & Pang, M. (2019). Gender and career development in nonprofit organizations: Comparative study of female leadership in China, South Africa, and the U.S. In C. Chao & L. Ha (Eds.), Asian women leadership: A cross-national and cross-sector comparison (pp. 159-172). Routledge.

  • Chao, C., Tian, D., & Xie, M. (2016). Friendship and romantic relationship and communication in China. In G. Jian & G. Ray (Eds.), Relationships and communication in East Asian cultures: China, Japan, and Korea (pp. 41-64). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.


Work in Progress

  • Xie, M., & Bryan, T. (Under review). Stakeholder engagement online: A social media analytical framework for nonprofit organizations. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing.

  • Bennett, D., Louise-Charles, H., Xie, M., & Nunez, R. (Under review). The case for interdisciplinarity: A systematic review of disaster literature. Disaster Prevention and Management.

  • Ding, M., & Xie, M. (In progress). Twitter elite in the public sphere: Analysis of Twitter use by U.S. mayors. Government Information Quarterly.

  • Hu, X., & Xie, M. (In progress). Information technology and civic participation: Social media use by environmental nonprofit organizations in China.

  • Xie, M., & Gao, X. (In progress). Best practice of social media use by public and nonprofit organizations. 


Other Publications

 
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PUBLICATIONS IN CHINESE

Book

  • Xie, M. (2014). The communication of Christianity in contemporary China. Beijing, China: Tuanjie Press.


Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Xie, M. (2015). Interpersonal communication research in the environment of localization and new media, Press Circles, 3, 40-42. DOI: 10.15897/j.cnki.cn51-1046/g2.2015.03.008.

  • Xie, M. (2010). Investigation of current situation of contemporary college students' Christian communication: A case study of a university fellowship in Beijing. Journal of Research on Education for Ethnic Minorities, 6, 70-74. DOI: 10.15946/j.cnki.1001-7178.2010.06.018

  • Xie, M. (2008). Dialogue and communication: The introduction of the first symposium of interpersonal communication. Modern Communication: Journal of Communication University of China, 3, 135-136.

  • Xie, M. (2006). The cultural significance of Chinese film. Civilization, special issue.

  • Xie, M. (2006). The French media and French government’s cultural protection policies. In F. Jiang (Ed.), Communication research: Harmony and development (pp. 268-277). Beijing: Xinhua Publishing House.

  • Xie, M. (2004). The world’s leading financial magazine’s successful experience. Editor’s Friends, 4, 68-70. DOI: 10.13786/j.cnki.cn14-1066/g2.2004.04.023.

  • Xie, M. (2004). Analysis on the importance of market orientation in the era of TV channel specialization. Forum for Graduate Students, 15, 78-82.

  • Fu, Y. & Xie, M. (2002). Development and success of Discovery Channel. A Vast View on Publishing, 8, 50-51.

  • Xie, M. (2002). Animation industry of China. Editor’s Friend, 4, 7-10. DOI: 10.13786/j.cnki.cn14-1066/g2.2002.04.003

  • Cui, J., & Xie, M. (2002). Characteristics and trends of fashion magazines in China. Editor’s Friend, 2, 16-19.


Other Publications

  • Xie, M. (2015). Hello, Atlantic Ocean! Tourists, 2 (7), 30-33.

  • Xie, M. (2015). Interpersonal communication research in the environment of localization and new media, China Social Science, 2015/2/4, B02.

  • Xie, M. (2014). The Great Wall in Beijing area. Tourists, 9 (4), 93-107.

  • Xie, M. (2014). The new model of group tourism. Tourists, 6 (3), 46-62.

  • Xie, M. (2014). The ancient village under the Great Wall. Tourists, 6 (3), 102-105.

  • Xie, M. (2008). 2008 News expression: social instrument of responsibility and power. Northern Weekend, December 25, 2008.

 

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