Faculty & Research
Xueqing Li
Associate Professor

Dr. Xueqing Li is an associate professor in the School of Media and Communication at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. As a PhD graduate from the School of Journalism and Communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, her research focuses on media technology and digital wellbeing, as well as political communication. Her recent research topic includes social norms, mobile technology and relational behaviors.

Her research has been published in Computer in Human Behaviors, The International Journal of Press/Politics, the International Journal of Communication, Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, and other venues. Her courses include Academic English, Communication Theory, Interpersonal and Group Communication. 


More information:https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Xueqing-Li-5



Li, X., & Chan, M. (2021). Smartphone uses and emotional and psychological well-being in China: the attenuating role of perceived information overload. Behaviour & Information Technology, 1-11.

Li, X. (2021). Mobile-Mediated Communication in Romantic Relationships: The Effects of Communication Indicators and Love Attitude on Relationship Quality. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 24(7), 480-487.

Chan, M., & Li, Xueqing* (2020). Smartphones and psychological well-being in China: Examining direct and indirect relationships through social support and relationship satisfaction. Telematics and Informatics, 54, 101469.

Li, Xueqing (2020). The more the better? A comparative study of the relationships among multimodal connectedness, online communication, and relational outcomes in China and the United States. Chinese Journal of Communication, 1-20.

Li, Xueqing & Guo Lei (2018). Exposure to news about the South China Sea, nationalism, and government evaluation: Examining the mediation roles of third-person effects and online discussion. Chinese Journal of Communication, 11(4), 455-472.

Chen Hsuan-Ting & Li Xueqing (2017). The contribution of mobile social media to social capital and psychological well-being: Examining the role of communicative use, friending and self-disclosure. Computers in Human Behavior, 75, 958-965.

Li, Xueqing & Chan, M. (2017). Comparing social media use, discussion, political trust, and political engagement among university students in China and Hong Kong: An application of the O-S-R-O-R model. Asia Journal of Communication, 27(1), 65-81.

Li, Xueqing, Lee, F.L.F. & Li, Y. (2016). The dual impact of social media under networked authoritarianism: Social media use, civic attitudes, and system support in China. International Journal of Communication, 10, 5143-5163.


Book Chapter

Di Cui & Li, Xueqing (2020). Mobile messaging apps and relationship management: the case of WeChat in China. In Rich Ling (Eds), The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Communication and Society. Oxford University Press.