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Ho, Justin Chun-ting, and Chung-hong Chan. 2023 (Forthcoming). " Evaluating Transferability in Multilingual Analysis ." Computational Communication Research 2023 (5,2): 1-20. doi:

Chan, Chung-hong, and Adrian Rauchfleisch. 2023 (Forthcoming). "Bayesian Multilevel Modeling and Its Application in Comparative Journalism Studies." International Journal of Communication 2023 (17): 3700-3721.

Chan, Chung-hong, Hartmut Wessler, Marc Jungblut, Kasper Welbers, Scott Althaus, Joseph Bajjalieh, and Wouter Van Atteveldt. 2023. "Challenging the global cultural conflict narrative: An automated content analysis on how perpetrator identity shapes worldwide news coverage of islamist and right-wing terror attacks." International Journal of Press/Politics online first. doi:

Schoch, David, Chung-hong Chan, Claudia Wagner, and Arnim Bleier. 2023. "Computational Reproducibility in Computational Social Science." arXiv. doi:

Müller, Philipp, Chung-hong Chan, Katharina Ludwig, Rainer Freudenthaler, and Hartmut Wessler. 2023. "Differential Racism in the News: Using Semi-Supervised Machine Learning to Distinguish Explicit and Implicit Stigmatization of Ethnic and Religious Groups in Journalistic Discourse." Political Communication online first. doi:

Jakob, Julia, Chung-hong Chan, Timo Dobbrick, and Hartmut Wessler. 2023 (Forthcoming). "Discourse integration in positional online news reader comments: Patterns of responsiveness across types of democracy, digital platforms, and perspective camps." New Media & Society 2023. doi:

Zeng, Jing, and Chung-hong Chan. 2023. "Envisioning a more inclusive future for digital journalism: A diversity audit of journalism studies (2013–2021)." Digital Journalism online first. doi:

Chan, Chung-hong. 2023. "grafzahl: fine-tuning Transformers for text data from within R." Computational Communication Research 5 (1): 76. doi:

Chan, Chung-hong, and David Schoch. 2023. "rang: Reconstructing reproducible R computational environments." PLoS ONE 2023 (16-6): e0286761. doi:

Schoch, David, and Chung-hong Chan. 2023. "Rtoot: Collecting and Analyzing Mastodon Data." Mobile Media & Communication online first. doi:

Yen, Chia-yi, Mia Huai-wen Chang, and Chung-hong Chan. 2022. "A Computational Analysis of the Dynamics of R Style Based on 108 Million Lines of Code from All CRAN Packages in the Past 21 Years." R Journal 14 (1): 6-21. doi:

Chan, Chung-hong. 2022. "sweater: Speedy Word Embedding Association Test and Extras Using R." Journal of Open Source Software 7 (72): 4036. doi:

Chan, Chung-hong, Jing Zeng, and Mike S. Schäfer. 2022. "Whose research benefits more from Twitter?: On Twitter-worthiness of communication research and its role in reinforcing disparities of the field." PLoS ONE 17 (12): e0278840. doi: