|Debbie Goh is an assistant professor in the Division of Journalism and Publishing at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. She received her Ph.D. in Mass Communication from Indiana University's School of Journalism. Her research focuses on gender and ICTs, the digital divide, and media framing. Her work has won top paper awards from the International Communication Association and the Association for Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication. These include "Who We Are and What We Want: A Feminist Standpoint Approach to Defining Effective ICT Use for West Virginian Women" and "It’s the Gays’ Fault: News and HIV as weapons against homosexuality in Singapore." Prior to joining NTU, Debbie was an adjunct lecturer at West Virginia University P.I Reed School of Journalism, where she taught specialized news reporting. She also taught new media and society at the WVU Honors College. Professionally, Debbie has worked as a journalist for Singapore's Straits Times newspaper, and as editors for magazines and newsletters in Indiana and West Virginia. She is also an alumni of the WKWSCI.|
- Social Media in the Organic Ecosystem of Public Attention and Collective actions
- The Internet and General Elections 201X
- Traditional and Online News Framing Effects on Anti-Immigration Attitudes in Singapore
- Skoric, M., Zhu, Q., Goh, D., & Pang, N. (2013). Does Social Media Promote Engagement? A Meta-Analytical Review of the Literature. International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media.
- Goh, D. (2013, June). Playing Catch Up: Alternative Political Information Online and the Democratic Divide in Singapore. Paper presented at the International Communication Association 2013 Conference (Global Communication and Social Change Division), London, UK.
- Goh, D., Pang, N., & Ang, P. H. (2013, June). Where they agree: how media exposure, political cynicism and supporting online deliberation influence consonance in online and offline public opinion. Paper presented at International Communication Association 2013 Conference (New Media and Citizenship in Asia Preconference), London, UK.
- Goh, D. (2012). Internet Use and Opposition Party Knowledge during Singapore’s 2011 General ElectionsBattle for Hearts and Mind..The Impact of New Media on Singapore General Election 2011..
- Goh, D, & Pang, N. (2012). Online and On Track? Political Party Use of Websites and Facebook during Singapore's 2011 General ElectionBattle for Hearts and Mind..The Impact of New Media on Singapore General Election 2011..