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Zhou, Oscar T. and Zhang, M (2022) ‘Watching National Treasure, creating danmei tongren: stories of power and the power of stories’, Feminist Media Studies,
Wang, S., and Zhou, Oscar T. (2022) ‘Being recognized in an algorithmic system: Cruel optimism in gay visibility on Douyin and Zhihu’, Sexualities. doi: 10.1177/13634607221106912.
Trimmel, T., Zhou, Oscar T., Zhang, M., & Ng, E. (2022) Women on and behind Chinese Entertainment Television: De/constructing the Female Authorship of National Treasure. Communication, Culture & Critique. https://doi.org/10.1093/ccc/tcac020.
Zhou, Oscar Tianyang (2021) “Communicating ‘Race’ in A Digitized Gay China”, in Regner Ramos & Sharif Mowlabocus (eds.) Queer Sites in Global Contexts: Technologies, Spaces, and Otherness. New York: Routledge, pp. 162-178.
Zhou, Tianyang (2019) “‘Chinese Top, British Bottom’: Becoming a Gay Male Internet Celebrity in China”, in Shinsuke Eguchi & Bernadette Calafell (eds.) Queer Intercultural Communication: The Intersectional Politics of Belonging in and across Differences. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 79-95.
Zhou, Tianyang & Jia, Lianrui (2018) “The ‘Making’ of an Online Celebrity: A Case Study of Chinese Rural Gay Couple An Wei and Wu Yebin”, in Mike Kent, Katie Ellis, & Jian Xu (eds.) Chinese Social Media: Social, Cultural, and Political Implications. New York: Routledge, pp. 42-58.
Zhou, Tianyang (2018) “Jack’d, Douban Group, and Feizan.com: The Impact of Cyberqueer Techno-Practice on the Chinese Gay Male Experience”, in John T. Grider & Dionne van Reenen (eds.) Exploring Erotic Encounters The Inescapable Entanglement of Tradition, Transcendence and Transgression. Leiden: Brill, pp. 27-43.
Faust, M., Schneider, F., Herdin, T., Ji, D., Negro, G., Zhou, T., Façanha, M. A. V. and Nascimento, A. K. O (2018) BRICS as Formation to Study Visual Online Communication? A Dialogue on Historical Origins, Perspectives on Theory and Future Directions, China Media Research, 14(2). pp. 98-110.
Zhou, Tianyang (2018) Chinese Queers and/in Media: Visibility as Paradox La comunità queer cinese e i/nei media: la visibilità come paradosso, OrizzonteCina, 8(6). pp. 21-23.