The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online (Contemporary Asia in the World) Reprint Edition

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A boundary-breaking book.... A snap review of some of the hottest issues in front of the Chinese public today. -- Daniel Little, Understanding Society

Mr. Yang's work is essential reading. -- Rebecca MacKinnon, Far Eastern Economic Review

This work represents a major advancement in scholarly research... unquestionably, it should be on reading lists for courses related to social and political development in China... it is highly recommended to all. -- Jonathan Sullivan, The China Quarterly

Of interest to sociologists and students of mass communications... Recommended., Choice

Essential reading for all those seeking a more nuanced account of the power of the internet in China than that provided by international media and human rights organizations. -- Colin Hawes, The China Journal

Yang develops a lens that centers on concrete issues and situations that are both empirical-practical and conceptual-theoretical. -- Peter Marolt, International Journal of Communication

The Power of the Internet in China by Yang Guobin is destined to be classic and obligatory reading for anyone interested in understanding the role of the internet in people's struggle for freedom, justice, and democracy in China. -- Lokman Tsui, China Information

The Power of the Internet in China offers us not only a rich study of Chineseonline activism but also raises significant questions about China's civil society. -- Ming-Cheng Miriam Lo, Contemporary Sociology

About the Author

Guobin Yang is an associate professor in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures at Barnard College, Columbia University. He is coeditor, with Ching Kwan Lee, of Re-envisioning the Chinese Revolution: The Politics and Poetics of Collective Memories in Reform China.

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