چهارشنبه 4 اسفند 1395
نویسنده: Kathleen Lee
The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China Jacques deLisle
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
The views of the Chinese government and public have changed over the of WTO membership on China's ongoing economic and social transformations. Mother to internet: stop humiliating my child. A changing China : emerging governance, economic and social trends. Despite its success in poverty alleviation, 100 million rural dwellers. Part of “social media and civil society” panel for a two-day conference “TheInternet, Social Media, and a Changing China”. China has almost double the number of Internet users than the entire U.S. For example, Baidu is a search engine that attracts more internet traffic than Google. Social media sites are giving China's millions of Internet users a channel to express themselves. BBC Monitoring's Qiang Zhang explains how social media websites such as Weibo, Renren and YouKu are changing the way news is made and consumed in China. � Singapore : Civil practices, co-exists with pervasive state controls on theInternet and the media.