Ming Xie

Ming Xie
West Texas A&M University | WTAMU · Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice

Doctor of Philosophy

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13
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11 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
July 2005 - November 2018
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Position
  • Fellow
Education
August 2016 - August 2020
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Field of study
  • Public Administration
September 2007 - July 2010
Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Field of study
  • Cultural Anthoropology

Publications

Publications (13)
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This research focuses on social media use by Asian international students in the U.S. and its impacts on their subjective well-being, social support, and cultural adjustment. In-depth interviews were conducted with 17 international students from six Asian countries who are studying in a Midwestern University in the U.S. The research finds that soci...
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This chapter examines how environmental civil society organizations in China construct their accountabilities through social media use. Through case studies of three environmental civil society organizations in Beijing, China, this research explores the impact and potential of social media to change the conceptualization of accountability and finds...
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Based on the celebrity divorce case of Leehom Wang and Jinglei Lee, this paper adopted gender schema theory and digital feminism framework and conducted a qualitative content analysis of the online discussions of the role of housewives and gender issues in Chinese society. The research found that although feminism has been prevalent in China with t...
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This chapter explores the refugee community’s perceptions of disasters and crises and how the perceptions affect refugee populations’ crisis communication and their emergency preparedness and response. Through in-depth interviews with refugees in the United States, this research identifies the institutional, social, and individual dimensions regard...
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This chapter focuses on the social media use by environmental grassroots organisations in China, to discuss the role of social media in accountability building in the nonprofit sector. Through two months of online observation of three environmental grassroots organisations’ social media activities, this research finds that these organisations have...
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The purpose of this research is to explore the interplay of neoliberalism and sociopolitical institutions and their impact on environmental nonprofit organizations’ accountabilities in an authoritarian regime—in this case, China. It focuses on how environmental nonprofit organizations in China navigate neoliberalism and their relationship with vari...
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This exploratory research focused on the social media use of small-to medium-sized nonprofit organizations. In-depth interviews with nonprofit leaders explored their perceptions of why nonprofit organizations and their leaders adopt and use social media, the strategies developed for doing so, and the barriers encountered in the adoption and utiliza...
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The present study explores the impacts of social, cultural, and organizational context on career advancement of female leaders in nonprofit organizations. Through in-depth interviews of five female leaders, respectively, in Chinese, South African, and American nonprofit organizations, the research helps to answer the question regarding how nonprofi...

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