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BEYOND MUNDANE MEDIA--New Media and Political Changes in ChinaJun Liuliujun@hum.ku.dkH-STAR & Department of Communication ...
New Media and Political Changes in China• China: the largest authoritarian state in the world       the world’s largest in...
How Chinese people use new media to change politics and                     democracy?Overt Resistance and Rebellion: New ...
How Chinese people use new media to change politics and                      democracy?Covert Resistance (Scott, 1985, 199...
How Chinese people use new media to change politics and                     democracy?
Air Pollution Apps: Official data v.s. American data
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  1. 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. 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. 3. How Chinese people use new media to change politics and democracy?Overt Resistance and Rebellion: New Media Activism
  4. 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. 5. How Chinese people use new media to change politics and democracy?
  6. 6. Air Pollution Apps: Official data v.s. American data
  7. 7. Thank You
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