Position:

Associate Professor
Programme of Media and Communication Studies

Office: T2-502-R4
Tel: (756) 3620518
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                                       MCOM Dr. Edgar Yuen
Academic & Professional Qualifications
  • Ph.D. Journalism and Mass Communications (Peking University, China)
  • Master of Philosophy (MPhil) (Chinese University of Hong Kong, China)
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) (University of Windsor, Canada)
Academic Interests
  •  News writing and reporting
  •  Commentary writing
  •  Media ethics.
Selected Publications

  Books:

“20 Year History of the DAB”, Chung Hua Publishing House, 2012 (in Chinese)

“My Political Career”, an interview with 40 DAB members, Chung Hua Publishing House, 2011 (in Chinese)

Journal Papers:

Co-author: “Modelling Perceived Influences on Journalism: Evidence from a Cross-National Survey of Journalists”, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Sring, 2010 issue, p.5

Co-author: “The Changing Japanese Reporters’ Club”, Media Digest, 04/12 (in Chinese)

Book Chapters:

Co-author: “Hong Kong Rejects Pride and Prejudice”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2019 (in Chinese)

Co-author: “Hong Kong Goes Beyond Infighting”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2018 (in Chinese)

Co-author: “Hong Kong----the revival of the comeback”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2017 (in Chinese)

Co-author and Editor: “We are the Real Localists”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2017 (in Chinese)

Co-author: “Hong Kong----Within and Beyond the Occupied Central Movement”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2017 (in Chinese)

Co-author:  “The Aftermath of Mongkok Riot”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2016 (in Chinese)

Co-author: “Rebirth of Hong Kong after the Occupied Central Movement”, Mingpao Publishing House, 2015 (in Chinese)

Co-author: “No More Co-operation between Artists and Journalists”, in New Perspectives on Hong Kong Media, Paul S.N. Lee (ed), Chinese University Press, second edition, 2015, (in Chinese)

Co-author: Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures, Professional Autonomy, and Perceived Influences across 18 Nations.

In: David H. Weaver, Lars Willnat (ed) The Global Journalist in the 21st Century. New York: Routledge. P.473-494, 2012.

“No More Co-operation between Artists and Journalists”, in New Perspectives on Hong Kong Media, Paul S.N. Lee (ed), Chinese University Press, 2003 (in Chinese)

Courses Taught
  • Convergent Journalism
  •  Advanced Reporting  and Writing
  • Foundations of News and Feature Reporting
  • Media Law and Ethics