SHAN Bo Researcher Profile

Researcher ProfilesSHAN Bo, Ph.D., is Professor at the School of Journalism and Communication and Director of the Center for Studies of Media Development at Wuhan University in Wuhan University, China.

He also serves as Chair of The Chinese Association for History of the Idea of Communication, and Vice Chair of the Chinese Association for History of Journalism and Mass Communication. He has been guest professor of the Université Michel de Montaigne: Bordeaux 3, in France, and a member of the editorial advisory board of Communication & Society (Hong Kong) and Chinese Journal of Communication (Hong Kong).

Selected Books:

*Shan, Bo, & Xinya Liu (Eds.). (2017). National Image and Intercultural Communication. China Social Sciences Literature Publishing House.
*Shan, Bo, & Jun Xiao (Eds.). (2015). The Cultural Conflict and Intercultural Communication, China Social Sciences Literature Publishing House.
*Shan, Bo, & Clifford Christians. (2015). The Ethics of Intercultural Communication. Peter Lang Press.
*Shan, Bo. (2014). Academic Imagination and Educational Reflection on Journalism and Communication, China Social Sciences Literature Publishing House.
*Shan, Bo. (2011). The Nine Horizons of the Mind: The Spiritual Space of Tang Junyi’s Philosophy. Beijing University Press.
*Shan, Bo. (2010). The Issues and Possibilities of Intercultural Communication. Wuhan University Press.
*Shan, Bo. (2001). Chinese Journalism and Communications in the 20th Century. Fudan University Press.

Selected Journal Articles:

*Shan, Bo. (2018). Constructing the Reflectiveness of Chinese Communication from a New Body-function Perspective. Chinese Journal of Journalism & Communication, 2.
*Shan, Bo, & Xiayu Zhou. (2018). Discoveries and Innovations: A Review of 2015-2017 Western Intercultural Communication Research. Journal of Journalism & Communication Review, 1.
*Shan, Bo, & Yu Hou. (2017). The Shadow of Thoughts: Critical Review of the Ancient Greek Origin of Western Communication. Journalism & Communication,12.
*Shan, Bo. (2017). On the Possibility of Cross-Cultural Turn of National Image. Journal of Lanzhou University (Social Sciences), 5.
*Shan, Bo, & Yuxin Sun. (2017). New Perspectives and New Trends in Intercultural Communication Research. Journal of Nanchang University.
*Shan, Bo. (2016). Sinologists and Different Types of the Construction of “Cultural China”: From an Intercultural Perspective. Studies on Cultural Soft Power, 2.
*Shan, Bo, & Jihai Feng. (2016). How do Western Communication Theories Connect with Marxism?  Journalism Bimonthly, 3.
*Shan, Bo, & Li Lin. (2016). New Trends in Comparative Journalism. Journal of Shanxi University ( Philosophy & Social Science), 4.
*Shan, Bo, & Yuan Wang. (2016). Intercultural Interaction and Foreign Missionaries’ Image Perception of China. Journalism & Communication.
*Shan, Bo. (2016). The Issues of Others in the Perspective of Cross-cultural Communication. Journal of Academic Research.
*Shan, Bo. (2015). The Encounter and Comparison Between China and the West. Global Media Journal, 2.
*Shan, Bo, & Zhenxin Wang. (2015). Journalist’s Privilege: A Historical Review, Modern Communication (Journal of Beijing Broadcasting Institute), 37(12).
*Shan, Bo, & Xinya Liu. (2014). Marginal Experience and Intercultural Communication. Journalism & Communication, 6.
*Shan, Bo, & Jincao Xiao. (2014). The Communicative Wisdom in the analects of Confucius: a Comparative Perspective. Chinese Journal of Journalism & Communication, 6.
*Shan, Bo. (2013). The Problem and Method of Sino-Western Comparative Journalism Study. Journalism & Communication, 9.
*Shan, Bo. (2013). Intercultural Self-contradiction in “Geo-localization” and its Settlement. Journal of Xinjiang Normal University (Social Sciences), 3.
*Shan, Bo. (2011). Basic theoretical propositions of intercultural communication. Journal of Huazhong Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences), 1.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

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