BA, Journalism, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
BA (minor), Advertising, Wuhan University
MA, Public Relations, Michigan State University
Wan Wang is a doctoral student in Advertising at University of Texas at Austin. Her current research interests are risk communication, environmental communication as well as emotion effect. And she is also interested in counterfeit product study.
Prior to joining the PhD program, Wan was an AE in Ruder Finn Asia China (Beijing) and managed NorthChina media relation for Cartier.
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- Kahlor, L., Dunwoody, S., Griffin, R. J., & Neuwirth, K. (2006). Seeking and processing information about impersonal risk. Science Communication, 28(2), 163-194. doi:10.1177/1075547006293916
- Mitchell, N. A., Scheinbaum, A. C., Li, D., & Wang, W. (2017). Purse Parties: A Phenomenology of In-Home Counterfeit Luxury Events. Review of Marketing Research Qualitative Consumer Research, 227-255. doi:10.1108/s1548-643520170000014014