I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at University Massachusetts – Amherst. I use computer codes to study the three-D problem on digital platforms. The 3 Ds are: discord, distrust, and dishonesty (and maybe I can throw in the 4th D here, which would be distraction).
I built this site to share open-source content created in my research and teaching. You will find interactive tutorials on using R to collect, analyze, and visualize social media data, copies to my recent publications, and a repository for past data visualization projects. Some of the content is also available on my old website (https://www.curiositybits.com/).
PhD in Communication, 2015
MA in Media Studies, 2011
BA in Public Administration, 2009
Zhejiang University of Technology, China