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Title The internet, social media, and a changing China / edited by Jacques deLisle, Avery Goldstein, and Guobin Yang.
Publisher Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2016]
Copyright date ©2016



Descript 1 online resource (vi, 284 pages) : illustrations
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Contents The coevolution of the internet, (un)civil society, and authoritarianism in China / Min Jiang -- Connectivity, engagement, and witnessing on China's Weibo / Marina Svensson -- New media empowerment and state-society relations in China / Zengzhi Shi and Guobin Yang -- The privilege of speech in new media : conceptualizing China's communications law in the internet age / Rogier Creemers -- Embedding law into politics in China's networked public sphere / Ya-Wen Lei and Daniel Xiaodan Zhou -- Microbloggers' battle for legal justice in China / Anne S. Y. Cheung -- Public opinion and Chinese foreign policy : new media and old puzzles / Dalei Jie -- Social Media, nationalist protests, and China's Japan policy : the Diaoyu Islands controversy, 2012-13 / Peter Gries, Derek Steiger, and Wang Tao -- Going out and texting home : new media and China's citizens abroad / James Reilly -- Images of the DPRK in China's new media : how foreign policy attitudes are connected to fomestic ideologies in China.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780812292664 (e-book)
0812292669 (e-book)
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Subject Internet -- Political aspects -- China.
Internet -- Social aspects -- China.
Social media -- Political aspects -- China.
Social media -- China.
Alt author Yang, Guobin.
Goldstein, Avery, 1954-
deLisle, Jacques, 1961-
Descript 1 online resource (vi, 284 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents The coevolution of the internet, (un)civil society, and authoritarianism in China / Min Jiang -- Connectivity, engagement, and witnessing on China's Weibo / Marina Svensson -- New media empowerment and state-society relations in China / Zengzhi Shi and Guobin Yang -- The privilege of speech in new media : conceptualizing China's communications law in the internet age / Rogier Creemers -- Embedding law into politics in China's networked public sphere / Ya-Wen Lei and Daniel Xiaodan Zhou -- Microbloggers' battle for legal justice in China / Anne S. Y. Cheung -- Public opinion and Chinese foreign policy : new media and old puzzles / Dalei Jie -- Social Media, nationalist protests, and China's Japan policy : the Diaoyu Islands controversy, 2012-13 / Peter Gries, Derek Steiger, and Wang Tao -- Going out and texting home : new media and China's citizens abroad / James Reilly -- Images of the DPRK in China's new media : how foreign policy attitudes are connected to fomestic ideologies in China.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
ISBN 9780812292664 (e-book)
0812292669 (e-book)
Subject Internet -- Political aspects -- China.
Internet -- Social aspects -- China.
Social media -- Political aspects -- China.
Social media -- China.
Alt author Yang, Guobin.
Goldstein, Avery, 1954-
deLisle, Jacques, 1961-

Subject Internet -- Political aspects -- China.
Internet -- Social aspects -- China.
Social media -- Political aspects -- China.
Social media -- China.
Descript 1 online resource (vi, 284 pages) : illustrations
Content text txt
Media computer c
Carrier online resource cr
Contents The coevolution of the internet, (un)civil society, and authoritarianism in China / Min Jiang -- Connectivity, engagement, and witnessing on China's Weibo / Marina Svensson -- New media empowerment and state-society relations in China / Zengzhi Shi and Guobin Yang -- The privilege of speech in new media : conceptualizing China's communications law in the internet age / Rogier Creemers -- Embedding law into politics in China's networked public sphere / Ya-Wen Lei and Daniel Xiaodan Zhou -- Microbloggers' battle for legal justice in China / Anne S. Y. Cheung -- Public opinion and Chinese foreign policy : new media and old puzzles / Dalei Jie -- Social Media, nationalist protests, and China's Japan policy : the Diaoyu Islands controversy, 2012-13 / Peter Gries, Derek Steiger, and Wang Tao -- Going out and texting home : new media and China's citizens abroad / James Reilly -- Images of the DPRK in China's new media : how foreign policy attitudes are connected to fomestic ideologies in China.
Note Unlimited number of concurrent users. UkHlHU
Alt author Yang, Guobin.
Goldstein, Avery, 1954-
deLisle, Jacques, 1961-
ISBN 9780812292664 (e-book)
0812292669 (e-book)

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