Health and social media platforms

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Health and social media platforms
Chair:
Ravindra Kumar
Vemula
The English & Foreign Languages University
825
Social media use and addiction in China: a negative reinforcement mediating effect of well-being
Haocan
Sun
TV School, Communication University of China
Zhenchao
Hu
Faculty of social sciences, KU Leuven
Zhang
Zhi
TV School, Communication University of China
922
“She proved her illness by death”: The patterns, meanings and functions of cancer vlogs in China
LI
Shuang
China University of Political Science and Law
1671
Online Activity Predicts Depressive Symptom Disparity in Middle-aged and Older Chinese Adults: Findings from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study
Liu
Qinliang
School of Media & Communication, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
Xiaojing
Li
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
937
A Qualitative Comparative Analysis(csQCA):How Does Narrative Mechanism Influence the Popularity of Health Information in Short Videos
Wu
Yang
Northeastern University
Guo
Hang
Communication University of China
941
Improving Instagram obesity prevention messages for people with (in)visible disability
Stephanie
Mantilla
University of Sydney
2176
We Chatting for Elderly: Exploring the Relationship between Motivations and Active Engagement
Xiaoxiao
Zhang
University of Nottingham - Ningbo China
Xiaoge
Xu
University of Nottingham - Ningbo China
Cheng
Jiang
Peking University
1321
New representation of HIV/AIDS stigma on Chinese social media under China's global governance system
Rudong
Zhang
Communication University of China
Liu
Qian
Communication University of China
Tian
Weigang
Communication University of China