Internet in Everyday Life

Yu, H 2014, 'Internet in Everyday Life' in Ashley Esarey and Randolph Kluver (ed.) The Internet in China 1980s-2000s: Culture, Political, and Social Dimensions, Berkshire Publishing Group, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, United States, pp. 219-229.


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Title Internet in Everyday Life
Author(s) Yu, H
Year 2014
Title of book The Internet in China 1980s-2000s: Culture, Political, and Social Dimensions
Publisher Berkshire Publishing Group
Place of publication Great Barrington, Massachusetts, United States
Editor(s) Ashley Esarey and Randolph Kluver
Start page 219
End page 229
Subjects Asian Cultural Studies
Media Studies
Communication Technology and Digital Media Studies
Summary Summary: In the short time of its existence, the Internet has become an integral part of the everyday life of large numbers of people in China. Bloggers, microbloggers, and other users participate in every kind of online activity, serious and frivolous alike, from political activism to multiplayer gaming to music and film downloading to the making of spoof films. The diffusion of this technology has spawned debates on governance, commerce, education, social security, and ethnic relations, among many other topics.
Copyright notice Copyright © 2014 Berkshire Publising Group LLC, all rights reserved.
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