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Urban mobilizations and new media in contemporary China [electronic resource] /Dong, Lisheng;Kriesi, Hanspeter;Kübler, Daniel.

โดย: Dong, Lisheng.
ผู้แต่งร่วม: Kriesi, Hanspeter | Kübler, Daniel.
ประเภทของทรัพยากร: materialTypeLabelBookข้อมูลการพิมพ์: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2015รายละเอียดตัวเล่ม: 212 p.ISBN: 1472430980; 9781472430977; 9781472430984.หัวเรื่อง: Political Science | Political Freedom & Security | General | Political Science | Public Policy | History | Asiaเลขเรียกหนังสือ: Ebook สารสนเทศออนไลน์: กดที่นี่เพื่ออ่านแบบออนไลน์
สารบัญ:
Chapter 1. Introduction.
Chapter 2. Chinese online publics: who seeks political information online?.
Chapter 3. Online public opinion in china: topics and dynamics of contention in online forums.
Chapter 4. Internet and mobilization in china’s urban environmental protests.
Chapter 5. Turning points in an authoritarian context: state-leader interactions in environmental protests in china.
Chapter 6. The role of social media in environmental protest in china.
Chapter 7. New media, emerging middle class and environmental health movement in china.
Chapter 8. Voice of the masses: the internet and responsive authoritarianism in china.
Chapter 9. Cooptation and protest leadership during industrial restructuring in china.
Chapter 10. Community mobilization and policy advocacy in urban china: the role of weak administrative organization.
Chapter 11. Conclusion.
Cover, Title,Urban mobilizations and new media in contemporary China--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Contents--Preface, Introduction, TOC,List of figures--Preface, Introduction, TOC,List of tables--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Notes on contributors--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Preface--Preface, Introduction, TOC,List of abbreviations--References, Appendix, Index,Index.
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Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 1. Introduction.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 2. Chinese online publics: who seeks political information online?.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 3. Online public opinion in china: topics and dynamics of contention in online forums.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 4. Internet and mobilization in china’s urban environmental protests.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 5. Turning points in an authoritarian context: state-leader interactions in environmental protests in china.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 6. The role of social media in environmental protest in china.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 7. New media, emerging middle class and environmental health movement in china.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 8. Voice of the masses: the internet and responsive authoritarianism in china.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 9. Cooptation and protest leadership during industrial restructuring in china.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 10. Community mobilization and policy advocacy in urban china: the role of weak administrative organization.

Chapter, Lesson, Part Chapter 11. Conclusion.

Cover, Title,Urban mobilizations and new media in contemporary China--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Contents--Preface, Introduction, TOC,List of figures--Preface, Introduction, TOC,List of tables--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Notes on contributors--Preface, Introduction, TOC,Preface--Preface, Introduction, TOC,List of abbreviations--References, Appendix, Index,Index.

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