Yi-Ning Katherine Chen

  • Organization / National Communications Commission, Taiwan
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  • Job Title / Commissioner
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    Commissioner Yi-Ning Katherine Chen (PhD, The University of Texas at Austin) has joined the National Communications Commission, Taiwan since August 2014. Prior to that, she served as Associate Dean of Communication College at National Chengchi University between 2010 and 2014, as well as Vice Chair of Chinese Communication Society between 2012 and 2014. She also is a panel review committee member in Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology, an external reviewer for the Research Grants Council in Hong Kong, on the Editorial Advisory Board of Asian Journal of Communication, and on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Communication Research and Practices. Her primary research is in the areas of media content and its effects, focusing on media’s role in elections since 2000. She also studies science and health communications and public relations. Commissioner Chen has received a number of awards, including the Outstanding Research Award from Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology. Her academic research has been published in journals such as Journalism Studies, Public Relations Review, Chinese Journal of Communication, Journal of Chinese Communication, and Journal of Communication & Society. Commissioner Chen has hosted two Integrated Research Projects for Taiwan’s Ministry of Science and Technology - the Presidential Election in 2008, and Science Communication: From Content Production to Audience Perception - and served as a guest editor for special issues on Individualism vs. Collectivism for the Chinese Journal of Communication and Health Communication for the Journal of Communication and Society.

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    Developing Taiwan's ICT Infrastructure Environment

    • Telecom Market in Taiwan
    • Universal Broadband Service
    • Internet eXchange Point in Taiwan
    • Draft of Digital Communications Act
    • Draft of Telecommunications Management Act
    • DIGI+ 2025 Program
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