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Title Media and society in networked China / edited by Jack Linchuan Qiu.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2017]

Series Rethinking socialism and reform in China ; 2
Subject Mass media -- Social aspects -- China.
Information technology -- Social aspects -- China.
Communication -- Social aspects -- China.
Alt Name Qiu, Jack Linchuan, 1973-
Alternate Title Kai fang shi dai.
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Note "These articles were selected and translated into English from Open Times (Kai fang shi dai), an academic journal in Chinese"--Title page verso.
Includes index.
Summary This is a collection of seven essays on media and society in China translated from the leading Chinese-language journal 'Open times'. Authored mostly by scholars based in China, this volume offers a panoramic view on contemporary Chinese thoughts regarding media industries in a rapidly transforming society, especially the central role played by digital media such as internet and smart phone. The book consists of three parts: (a) socialist media, transformed; (b) critical events and public interests; and (c) Internet, grassroots and social movements. Together they reflect a wide range of views on the past, present, and future of media reform and social transformation in China today.
Note Print version record.
Contents Intro -- Contents -- Series Foreword -- Acknowledgement -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Part 1 Socialist Media, Transformed -- Chapter 2 Re-Establish Socialist Cultural Leadership in the Networked Era? State, Intellectuals, and Working-Class Political Communication -- Chapter 3 State Division, Control Networks and the Opportunity Structure for the Coverage of Contentious Issues -- Part 2 Critical Events & Public Interest -- Chapter 4 The Wu Ying Case and the Partisan Nature of Chinese Intellectuals on Microblogs -- Chapter 5 News Commentary as a Form of Interest Articulation: A Sociology of Media Perspective -- Part 3 Internet, Grassroots & Social Movement -- Chapter 6 A World of Black and White: Internet Practices in an Urban Village-Distribution of Social Resources and Ecology of Communication in a Grassroots Society -- Chapter 7 Ernai Ah Zhen: A Story about the Construction of Subjectivity in the Virtual World -- Chapter 8 The Virtual Organization of Social Movement Entrepreneurs: The Internet and New Forms of Protest in Contemporary Chinese Society -- Index.
ISBN 9789004355149 (electronic bk.)
9004355146 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1015888119
Additional Format Print version: Media and society in networked China. Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2017] 9789004355132 (DLC) 2017037835 (OCoLC)1004376163

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