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Jun liu - beyond mundane media@triple helix stanford
Jun liu - beyond mundane media@triple helix stanford
Jun liu - beyond mundane media@triple helix stanford
Jun liu - beyond mundane media@triple helix stanford
Jun liu - beyond mundane media@triple helix stanford
Jun liu - beyond mundane media@triple helix stanford
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  • 1. BEYOND MUNDANE MEDIA--New Media and Political Changes in ChinaJun Liuliujun@hum.ku.dkH-STAR & Department of Communication Stanford UniveristyDepartment of Media, Cognition and Communication University of Copenhagen
  • 2. New Media and Political Changes in China• China: the largest authoritarian state in the world the world’s largest internet (538 m) and mobile phone(1 bn) population.
  • 3. How Chinese people use new media to change politics and democracy?Overt Resistance and Rebellion: New Media Activism
  • 4. How Chinese people use new media to change politics and democracy?Covert Resistance (Scott, 1985, 1990) :The political implication of everyday use of new media
  • 5. How Chinese people use new media to change politics and democracy?
  • 6. Air Pollution Apps: Official data v.s. American data
  • 7. Thank You

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