|Dr Hao Xiaoming has been a faculty member of Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information since 1993. He recieved his bachelor degree from Capital Normal University of Beijing, PRC, a master's degree from the Chinese Academic of Social Sciences, and his second master's and PhD degrees from University of Missouri. His research interests include international communication, comparative media systems, social impact of new communication technologies, audience studies and media effects. His publications have appeared in numerous international refereed journals, including Communication Law and Policy, Feminist Media Studies, Gazette, Intercultural Communication Studies, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Journal of Communication, Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Journal of Popular Film and Television, The Information Society and The Public. He was President of the Chinese Communication Association (2007-2008) and a member of International Communication Association.|
- Wen, N., Chia, S.C., Xiaoming, H. (2017). Does Gender Matter? Testing the Influence of Presumed Media Influence on Young People’s Attitudes toward Cosmetic Surgery. Sex Roles , 76(7-8), 436–447.
- Liu, Y., Hao, X., & Wen, N. (2016). Professional Impact and Job Satisfaction among Chinese Journalists. International Communication Association annual conference.
- Wen, N., Hao, X., & Han, X.(2016). Examining the Role of Mobile Media in Public Engagement with GMO Foods among Chinese Consumers. In In Wei, R.(Ed), Mobile Media, Political Participation, and Civic Activism in Asia(103-121). Springer.
- Xu, X., Hao, X., & Jung, Y. (2016). An information-processing model for audiences' selections of movies: quantitative versus qualitative bandwagon effects. Journal of Media Psychology, 28(4), 187-199.
- Dogruel, L., & Hao, X. (2016). Movie Selection and E-WOM Preference: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. International Journal of Communication, (10), 2934-2954.