Hua Wang
Hua Wang
Associate Professor of Communication, University at Buffalo
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Age differences in perceptions of online community participation among non-users: An extension of the Technology Acceptance Model
JE Chung, N Park, H Wang, J Fulk, M McLaughlin
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (6), 1674-1684, 2010
Social connectivity in America: Changes in adult friendship network size from 2002 to 2007
H Wang, B Wellman
American behavioral scientist 53 (8), 1148-1169, 2010
Serious video game effectiveness
WL Wong, C Shen, L Nocera, E Carriazo, F Tang, S Bugga, H Narayanan, ...
Proceedings of the international conference on Advances in computer …, 2007
Multimodality and interactivity: Connecting properties of serious games with educational outcomes
U Ritterfeld, C Shen, H Wang, L Nocera, WL Wong
Cyberpsychology & Behavior 12 (6), 691-697, 2009
Understanding online community participation: A technology acceptance perspective
H Wang, JE Chung, N Park, ML McLaughlin, J Fulk
Communication Research 39 (6), 781-801, 2012
Social network sites and international students’ cross-cultural adaptation
JR Rui, H Wang
Computers in Human Behavior 49, 400-411, 2015
Avatar creation in virtual worlds: Behaviors and motivations
H Lin, H Wang
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 213-218, 2014
Entertainment-education through digital games
H Wang, A Singhal
Serious games, 293-314, 2009
East Los High: Transmedia Edutainment to Promote the Sexual and Reproductive Health of Young Latina/o Americans
H Wang, A Singhal
American Journal of Public Health 106 (6), 1002-1010, 2016
Enjoyment of digital games: What makes them “seriously” fun?
H Wang, C Shen, U Ritterfeld
Serious games, 47-69, 2009
From television to the film set: Korean drama Daejanggeum drives Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese and Thai audiences to screen-tourism
S Kim, H Wang
International Communication Gazette 74 (5), 423-442, 2012
The rising tide of entertainment-education in communication campaigns
A Singhal, H Wang, EM Rogers, RE Rice, CK Atkin
Public communication campaigns 4, 321-333, 2013
Serious Games and Seriously Fun Games: Can they be one and the same?
C Shen, H Wang, U Ritterfeld
Serious Games, 70-84, 2009
Wellness partners: design and evaluation of a web-based physical activity diary with social gaming features for adults
M Gotsis, H Wang, D Spruijt-Metz, M Jordan-Marsh, TW Valente
JMIR research protocols 2 (1), e2132, 2013
Social ties, communication channels, and personal well-being: A study of the networked lives of colleges students in Singapore
H Wang, V Chua, MA Stefanone
American Behavioral Scientist 59, 1189-1202, 2015
Are older adults networked individuals? Insights from East Yorkers’ network structure, relational autonomy, and digital media use
H Wang, R Zhang, B Wellman
Information, Communication & Society 21 (5), 681-696, 2018
Weaving family connections on and offline: The turn to networked individualism
A Quan-Haase, H Wang, B Wellman, A Zhang
Connecting families: Information & communication technologies, generations …, 2018
Unraveling cultural cues: Dimensions of nonverbal Communication across cultures
P Andersen, H Wang
Intercultural Communication: A Reader, 250-266, 2005
Audience-centered discourses in communication and social change: the ‘Voicebook’ of Main Kuch Bhi Kar Sakti Hoon, an entertainment-education initiative in India
H Wang, A Singhal
Journal of Multicultural Discourses 13 (2), 176-191, 2018
Beyond language: Nonverbal communication across cultures
P Andersen, H Wang
Intercultural Communication: A Reader, 264-280, 2008
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