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Cyberdualism in China : the political implications of internet exposure of educated youth / Shiru Wang

Understanding the Internet -- Internet exposure of Chinese university students -- Internet exposure and political beliefs -- Internet exposure and political resistance -- Internet exposure and nationalism -- Conclusions and new challenges

PPN (Catalogue-ID): 890078947
Personen: Wang, Shiru [VerfasserIn]
Format: Book Book
Language: English
Published: London, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Series: Routledge contemporary China series (167)
Routledge Focus (167)
Basisklassifikation: 71.43 Technologische Faktoren
89.53 Politische Kultur
05.38 Neue elektronische Medien
RVK:

ME 2500: Politologie -- Politische Systeme: Allgemeines und Vergleich -- Staatsformen -- Autoritärer Staat

AP 15999: Allgemeines -- Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaften, Kommunikationsdesign -- Computerunterstützte Kommunikation -- Computerunterstützte Kommunikation in einzelnen Ländern -- Sonstige (ohne CS-Notation des Landes):

AP 15978: Allgemeines -- Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaften, Kommunikationsdesign -- Computerunterstützte Kommunikation -- Nutzer, Rezeption, Wirkung

Subjects:

Internet (Political aspects, China)

College students (China, Attitudes)

Political participation (Technological innovations, China)

Digital divide (China)

Student

Internet

Politische Einstellung

China

College students / China / Attitudes

Digital divide / China

Internet / Political aspects / China

Political participation / Technological innovations / China

Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description: xi, 100 Seiten, Diagramme.
ISBN: 978-1-138-21804-8
978-1-315-43855-9

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