Dr CHANG Chih-Yu, James (張志宇博士)
LB (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)
MA (Tamkang University, Taiwan)
MA (Leeds University, UK)
PhD (National Taiwan Normal University)

Associate Professor (Practice)
School of Communication

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Dr CHANG received his PhD in Political Science from the National Taiwan Normal University. He obtained his first degree in diplomacy at National Chengchi University (Taiwan) and his MAs in mainland China study at Tamkang University (Taiwan) and in International relations at Leeds University.

Dr CHANG has rich working experiences in the areas related to government public relations, media relations and risk management. His current research interests include political communication, social movements, China study, crisis management and negotiation.

PublicationsTeaching ExperienceResearch Interest

............... Dissertation ..............

  • Chang, C. Y. (2019). The Intermedia Agenda-Setting in Hong Kong Social Movements--A Case Study of 2014 Umbrella Movement. Doctoral Dissertation. National Taiwan Normal University.

.......... Conference Papers ..........

  • Chang,  C. Y. (2014). "The Role of Taiwan in the America’s Pacific Rebalance Policy". Presented in the Conference on the New Asia-Pacific Strategy of the US. Organized by the Department of Public Affairs, FO GUAN University , Taiwan.
  • Chang, C. Y.(2012). "The Influence on the High Degree of Autonomy of the HKSAR from the Regional Economic Integration between Mainland China and Hong Kong: An Analysis from the Angle of Functionalism". Conference on the Era of Re-orientation: Upholding Justice, Energy Development and International Trend. Organized by Taiwan Political Science Association, Graduate Institute of Political Science of National Taiwan Normal University, and College of Social Science of National Taiwan Normal University. 8-9 December 2012.
  • Chang, C. Y.(2012). " A Comparison of Governance on EEZ between Taiwan and Mainland China". Conference on the Practice of the UNCLOS and the Resolution of South China Sea Disputes. Organized by National Taiwan Normal University and National Taiwan Ocean University. 3-5 September 2012.
  • Chang, C. Y., Tso, H. (2012). " The Development of the Business Journalism and Communication Education in Hong Kong". The International Conference on the Development of Business Journalism and Communication Education in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Taiwan. Organized by School of Communication, Heng Sheng Management College. 5 May 2012.
  • Chang, C. Y. (2012). "The Application of 1992 Consensus on Confidence Building Measures Across Taiwan Straits". Seminar on the New Faces of Cross Straits Development. Organized by the Center for Security Studies, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, and the Graduate Institute of Political Science, National Taiwan Normal University. 15 February. 2012.

.......... Selected Publications ..........

  • Chang, C. Y. (2011). " Taiwan's Present Strategies for Propelling CIP Protection". Journal of Environmental Engineering. Vol. 22, no.2, pp.1-11.
  • Chang, C. Y., Chen, L. C. & Su, C. L.(2010). "CIP Protection Strategy: the Thought of the Combination of Homeland Security and Disaster Relief". Journal of Environmental Engineering. Vol. 21, No. 3, pp.1-12.
  • Chang, C. Y. & Huang, W. C. (2010). " Constructing the Network of Homeland Security by the Civil Mobilization and Defence". The Collection of Papers of the International Conference on the New Perestroika and Prospect of Civil Mobilization and Defense. pp.33-53.
  • Chang, C. Y. & Chang, W. Y. (2004). " The Challenges and Prospect of the Implementation of 'One Country Two Systems' in Hong Kong"(II). Legislative Yuan Public Review. Vol. 32, No. 12, pp.7-38.
  • Chang, C. Y. & Chang, W. Y. (2004). "The Challenges and Prospect of the Implementation of 'One Country Two Systems' in Hong Kong"(I). Legislative Yuan Public Review. Vol. 32, No. 11, pp.14-24.
TopTeaching Experience
  • 2010-2011               Central Police University (Taiwan)
  • 2009-2010               Taipei College of Maritime Technology (Taiwan)

TopResearch Interest
  • Political Communication, Social Movements, Global Politics, China Study, Crisis Management and Negotiation