Keywords: intergroup/interpersonal, discrimination after death, end-of-life communication
My primary areas of interest revolve around the trans experience, including aging, death and dying, intergenerational interactions, and media portrayals.
Computational Methods, Media Effects, Media Neuroscience
Organizational communication, Group communication, Knowledge sharing, Expertise recognition, Technology use, Collaboration
Interpersonal Communication and Race
- SSMS 4412
Chronemics, technology, and personal relationships are key elements in Qing’s research. She is passionate about the intersection of interpersonal communication and computer-mediated communication, as well as their relational and health outcomes.
Keywords: Computer-Mediated Communication; Human-Computer Interaction; Online Civility
Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC), Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), Social Media, Online Journalism
Political Communication; Mass Communication; Media Effects; Framing Effects
Culture; Microaggression, Stereotypes and Discrimination; Media Effects
Media Effects, New Media, Computer-Mediated Communication, Health Communication, Media & Wellbeing
- SSMS 4421
Interpersonal communication; romantic partnerships; conflict resolution; hope communication; apology structure; forgiveness processes
Digital Technology; Online Privacy; Credibility & Misinformation; Digital Inequality; Digital Divide; Algorithmic Bias