Sullivan, J. (2017) China Scholars and Twitter. The China Quarterly 229.

Rawnsley, M. Y., Smyth, J. and Sullivan, J. (2016) Taiwanese media reform. Journal of the British Association of Chinese Studies Vol. 6 (Dec).

Sullivan, J. and Smyth, J. (2016) Taiwan’s 2016 presidential and legislative elections. Journal of the British Association of Chinese Studies, Vol 6 (Dec).

Rawnsley, M. T. and Sullivan, J. (2016) Il sistema dei media a Taiwan. Orizzonte Cina 7(1).

Rich, T. and Sullivan, J. (2016) Elections and the Electoral System. In Handbook of Modern Taiwan Politics and Society. Gunter Schubert ed. London: Routledge.

Sullivan, J. and Chen, J. (2015) Ethnicities in Sinophone Cyberspace. Asian Ethnicity 16(3).

Sullivan, J. (2015) Taiwanese Democracy. In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies. Tim Wright ed. New York: Oxford University Press.

Sullivan, J. (2014) China scholars and the media. The China Quarterly 220: 1111-1122.

Sullivan, J. (2014) Technology, creativity and the media in engineering China’s futureNew Media & Society 16(3): 527-33.

Sullivan, J. (2014) Democracy in the age of negativity, abundance and hybridityTaiwan Journal of Democracy 10(2): 165-82.

Sullivan, J. (2014) China’s Weibo: Is faster different? New Media & Society 16(1): 24-37.

Horesh, N. and Sullivan, J. (2014) Shanghai. In Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies. Tim Wright ed. New York: Oxford University Press.

Horesh, N., Kim, H., Mauch, P. and Sullivan, J. (2014) Is my rival’s rival a friend? Popular third-party perceptions of territorial disputes in East AsiaCopenhagen Journal of Asian Studies 32(1): 1-25.

Horesh, N. and Sullivan, J. (2014) Examining The End of Revolution: A Foretaste of Wang Hui’s Thought. China Report 50(2): 151-60.

Sullivan, J. (2014) Country Focus: China. Political Insight 5(1): 10-14.

Renz B. and Sullivan J. (2013) Russia’s tweeting governors: Making a connection in the provinces? East European Politics 29(2): 135-51.

Sullivan, J. and Sapir, E. (2013) Strategic cross-Strait discourse: Comparing three presidential terms. China Information 27(1): 11-30.

Renz, B. and Sullivan, J. (2013) Electronic data in Russian politics research. Europe-Asia Studies 65(10): 1898-1911.

Sapir, E., Sullivan, J. and Veen T. (2013)  Scale matters: Addressing the limited robustness of findings on negative advertising. Japanese Journal of Political Science 14(4): 521-541 .

Fell, D., Sapir, E. and Sullivan, J. (2013) Taiwanese parties’ candidate selection in the aftermath of the change of ruling parties. Taiwan Journal of Democracy 9(2): 55-77.

Sullivan, J. (2013). Electronic resources in the study of elite political behaviour in TaiwanThe China Quarterly 203: 172-188

Sullivan, J. (2013) Taiwan’s 2012 presidential electionPolitical Studies Review 11(1): 65-74.

Sullivan, J. and Sapir, E. (2012) Ma Ying-jeou’s presidential discourse. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 2012 (3): 1-34.

Sullivan, J. (2012) External engagement in Taiwan Studies. Issues and Studies 48(2): 195-215.

Sullivan, J. and Renz, B. (2012) Representing China in the South Pacific. East Asia 29: 377-390.

Sullivan, J. and Seiler-Holmer, G. (2012) Comparing newspaper coverage of China in the South PacificAsia-Pacific Viewpoint 53(2): 196-204.

Sullivan, J. (2012) Teaching Chinese politics: Microblogging and student engagement. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 17(4) 1-15.

Sullivan, J. (2012). A Tale of Two Microblogs in China. Media, Culture & Society 34(6): 773-83.

Sullivan, J. and Sapir, E. (2012). Modeling negative campaign advertising: Evidence from Taiwan. Asian Journal of Communication 64(1): 289-303

Sullivan, J. and Sapir, E. (2012) Nasty or nice? Explaining positive and negative campaigning in Taiwan. The China Journal 67: 149-68.

Sullivan, J. and Seiler-Holmer, G. (2011). Mapping the Taiwan Studies fieldIssues and Studies 47 (3): 1-27.

Sullivan, J. (2011). Is Taiwan Studies in decline? The China Quarterly 207: 706-18.

Sullivan, J. (2011). Trying to make a connection: Bloggers in the Legislative Yuan. American Journal of Chinese Studies, 18(2): 81-96.

Sullivan, J. (2011). Election campaigning since the martial law era. In D. Blundell (Ed.)Taiwan Since Martial Law: Economics, Politics, Society. (Taipei: National Taiwan University Press), pp. 348-74.

Sullivan, J. and Cheon, S. (2011). Reconnecting representatives in two East Asian democraciesEast Asia: An International Quarterly 28(1): 21-36.

Sullivan, J., Li, Y. T., James, P. and Drury, A. C. (2011) An Exchange on “Diversionary Dragons, or ‘Talking Tough in Taipei’”. Journal of East Asian Studies 11(1): 137-52.

Sullivan, J. and Lowe, W. (2010). Chen Shui-bian: On independence. The China Quarterly 203: 619-38.

Sullivan, J. and Renz, B. (2010). Chinese migration: Still the major focus of Russian Far East/Chinese Northeast relations? The Pacific Review 23(2): 261-85.

Sullivan, J. (2010). Legislators’ blogs in Taiwan. Parliamentary Affairs 63(3): 471-85.

Sullivan, J. and Xie, L. (2009). Environmental activism, social networks and the internet. The China Quarterly 198: 422-32.

Sullivan, J. (2009). Defending negativity? Evidence from campaigns in Taiwan. East Asia: An International Quarterly 26(4): 305-20.

Sullivan, J. (2009). Campaign advertising in Taiwanese presidential elections. Journal of Contemporary China 18 (61): 675-88.

Veen, T. and Sullivan, J. (2009). News sources and decision-making in the EU CouncilGovernment and Opposition 44(4): 471-75.

Sullivan, J. and Veen, T. (2009). The Council of Ministers: Shedding light on an opaque institution. Government and Opposition 44(1): 113-23.

Sullivan, J. (2008). Campaign advertising and democracy in Taiwan. The China Quarterly196: 900-11.

Sullivan, J. and Selck, T. (2007). Political preferences, revealed positions and strategic votes: Explaining decision-making in the EU Council. Journal of European Public Policy 14(7): 1150-61.

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