Jonathan Hassid

-     "Why Chinese Print Journalists Embrace the Internet" with Maria Repnikova. (2016). Vol. 17, No. 7.  Journalism.

-     "China's Responsiveness to Internet Opinion: A Double-edged Sword". (2015). Vol. 44, No. 2.  Journal of Current Chinese Affairs.

-    "Doing Good or Doing Nothing? Celebrity, Media and Philanthropy in China" with Elaine Jeffreys. (2015). Vol. 35, No. 10.  Third World Quarterly.

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-     "Scandals, Media and Government Responsivenes in China and Kenya" with Jennifer N. Brass. (2014).  Journal of Asian and African Studies.

-     "State of Mind: Power, Time Zones and Verdanaic State Centralization" with Bartholomew Watson. (2014). Vol. 23, No. 2. (Jul.), 167-194  Time and Society.

-     "Amplifying Silence: Uncertainty and Control Parables in Contemporary China" with Rachel E. Stern (2012).  Comparative Political Studies. Vol. 45, No. 10 (Oct.), 212-230.

-      "Safety Valve or Pressure Cooker? Blogs in Chinese Political Life," (2012).  Journal of Communication. Vol. 62 (Apr.), 212-230.

-      "Four Models of the Fourth Estate: A Typology of Contemporary Chinese Journalists," (2011).  China Quarterly. No. 208 (Dec.), 813-32.

-      "China's Contentious Journalists: Reconceptualizing the Media," (2008).  Problems of Post-Communism. Vol. 55, No. 4, (July/Aug.), 52-61.

-      "Controlling the Chinese Media: An Uncertain Business," (2008).  Asian Survey. Vol. 48, No. 3, (May/June), 414-30.