Social Networks in China

Social Networks in China provides an in-depth guide to Chinese social networks, covering behaviors, usage, key issues, and future developments. Chinese scholarship and cultural idiosyncrasies in technology remain a relatively under-researched area. While such issues may be sporadically reported in popular media, it is often difficult to obtain a true understanding of authentic Chinese behaviors and practices. One such study area delves into whether Chinese users utilize technology to socialize in the same ways as people from western societies. As no book currently exists to address issues concerning Chinese social networks, this book takes on that shortage and opportunity. Offers an exploration of Chinese social networks and Chinese online social behavior Addresses issues concerning Chinese social networks and their development Presented by authors with extensive experience working in China

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  • Author : Xianhui Che
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Pages : 174 pages
  • ISBN : 0081019351
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Social Networks in China

Social Networks in China
  • Author : Xianhui Che,Barry Ip
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 29 September 2017
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Social Networks in China provides an in-depth guide to Chinese social networks, covering behaviors, usage, key issues, and future developments. Chinese scholarship and cultural idiosyncrasies in technology remain a relatively under-researched area. While such issues may be sporadically reported in popular media, it is often difficult to obtain a true understanding of authentic Chinese behaviors and practices. One such study area delves into whether Chinese users utilize technology to socialize in the same ways as people from western societies. As

Social Media in Rural China

Social Media in Rural China
  • Author : Tom McDonald
  • Publisher : UCL Press
  • Release : 13 September 2016
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China’s distinctive social media platforms have gained notable popularity among the nation’s vast number of internet users, but has China’s countryside been ‘left behind’ in this communication revolution? Tom McDonald spent 15 months living in a small rural Chinese community researching how the residents use social media in their daily lives. His ethnographic findings suggest that, far from being left behind, many rural Chinese people have already integrated social media into their everyday experience.Throughout his ground-breaking study,

Engaging Social Media in China

Engaging Social Media in China
  • Author : Guobin Yang,Wei Wang
  • Publisher : MSU Press
  • Release : 01 May 2021
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Introducing the concept of state-sponsored platformization, this volume shows the complexity behind the central role the party-state plays in shaping social media platforms. The party-state increasingly penetrates commercial social media while aspiring to turn its own media agencies into platforms. Yet state-sponsored platformization does not necessarily produce the Chinese Communist Party’s desired outcomes. Citizens continue to appropriate social media for creative public engagement at the same time that more people are managing their online settings to reduce or refuse

Social Media in China

Social Media in China
  • Author : Wenbo Kuang
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 29 August 2018
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Redefining the concept of new media in China, this cutting edge book discusses the impact of social media on Chinese public life. Examining its characteristics and the different forms of social media, such as internet and mobile phone media, weibo, wechat and micro-blogging, it considers how public opinion evolves through this media and its interaction with traditional media. It also offers a unique analysis of growing new media platforms, the challenges of government management and the impact of micro-blogging on

Social Media in Industrial China

Social Media in Industrial China
  • Author : Xinyuan Wang
  • Publisher : UCL Press
  • Release : 13 September 2016
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Life outside the mobile phone is unbearable.’ Lily, 19, factory worker. Described as the biggest migration in human history, an estimated 250 million Chinese people have left their villages in recent decades to live and work in urban areas. Xinyuan Wang spent 15 months living among a community of these migrants in a small factory town in southeast China to track their use of social media. It was here she witnessed a second migration taking place: a movement from offline to online. As

The Internet, Social Networks and Civic Engagement in Chinese Societies

The Internet, Social Networks and Civic Engagement in Chinese Societies
  • Author : Wenhong Chen
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 14 April 2016
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The Internet in China reflects many contradictions and complexities of the society in which it is embedded. Despite the growing significance of digital media and communication technologies, research on their contingent, non-linear, and sometimes paradoxical impact on civic engagement remains theoretically underdeveloped and empirically understudied. As importantly, many studies on the internet’s implications in Chinese societies have focused on China. This book draws on a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches to advance a balanced and context-rich understanding of

The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China

The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China
  • Author : Jacques deLisle,Avery Goldstein,Guobin Yang
  • Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Release : 30 March 2016
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The Internet and social media are pervasive and transformative forces in contemporary China. The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China explores the changing relationship between China's Internet and social media and its society, politics, legal system, and foreign relations.

The Age of Influence

The Age of Influence
  • Author : Neal Schaffer
  • Publisher : HarperCollins Leadership
  • Release : 17 March 2020
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The Age of Influence is an essential guide for marketing professionals and business owners who want to create and implement a highly effective, sustainable influencer marketing plan in order for their brands to succeed. We are amid an unprecedented digital transformation and tapping into this change is vital to any brand in today’s climate. Social media has democratized authority and influence, and information is created and consumed in ways that are constantly evolving. Internationally-recognized social media marketing expert Neal

Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China

Wanghong as Social Media Entertainment in China
  • Author : David Craig,Jian Lin,Stuart Cunningham
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 25 February 2021
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In Chinese, the term wanghong refers to creators, social media entrepreneurs alternatively known as KOLs (key opinion leaders) and zhubo (showroom hosts), influencers and micro-celebrities. Wanghong also refers to an emerging media ecology in which these creators cultivate online communities for cultural and commercial value by harnessing Chinese social media platforms, like Weibo, WeChat, Douyu, Huya, Bilibili, Douyin, and Kuaishuo. Framed by the concepts of cultural, creative, and social industries, the book maps the development of wanghong policies and platforms,

New Media and Transformation of Social Life in China

New Media and Transformation of Social Life in China
  • Author : Xinxun Wu,Han Zheng,Xiaokun Wu
  • Publisher : SAGE Publishing India
  • Release : 18 December 2017
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The field of media and communication has expanded substantially in China over the last few decades. New Media and the Transformations of Social Life in China covers in detail the main aspects related to media in China, including new media technologies, social networks, media convergence, smart cities, digital media, information and communication technology (ICT), and risk society. A major strength of this book is its coverage of the role of ICT for social participation in urban policy and management areas,

The Internet and New Social Formation in China

The Internet and New Social Formation in China
  • Author : Weiyu Zhang
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 22 March 2016
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There are billions of internet users in China, and this number is continually growing. This book looks at the various purposes of this internet use, and provides a study about how the entertainment-consuming users form into publics through the mediation of technologies in the era of network society. It questions how individuals, mediated by new information and communication technologies, come together to form new social categories. The book goes on to investigate how public(s) is formed in the era

China in the Era of Social Media

China in the Era of Social Media
  • Author : Junhao Hong
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 22 June 2020
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China in the Era of Social Media examines the unique characteristics of Chinese social media and the impact of social media on the country's unprecedented social transformation, political change, ruling communist ideology, and public discourse and public opinions.

Regulating Social Media in China

Regulating Social Media in China
  • Author : Bei Guo
  • Publisher : Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers
  • Release : 27 June 2022
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This book is the first in-depth study to apply the Foucauldian notion of governmentality to China's field of social media. Regulating Social Media in China provokes readers to contemplate the democratizing potential of social media in China.