Chinese new media cultures in transition : Weibo and the Carnivalesque

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Full title: Chinese new media cultures in transition : Weibo and the Carnivalesque / Minghua Wu.
Main author: Wu, Minghua, 1979- (Author)
Format: Book           


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245 1 0 |a Chinese new media cultures in transition :  |b Weibo and the Carnivalesque /  |c Minghua Wu. 
264 1 |a New York :  |b Peter Lang,  |c [2019] 
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505 0 |a Introduction -- Carnivalesque discourse: analysing civic participation in Chinese social media -- Media regulation: an ongoing campaign -- Weiguan and Meizhi: modes of civic participation in contemporary China -- Playing word games: subversive pleasures through civic participation media events -- A case study of China's 2011 high-speed train accident -- Chinese social media, empowerment and the new sense of entitlement: case studies of Panbi and can I swear? -- Conclusion. 
520 |a Chinese New Media Cultures in Transition: Weibo and the Carnivalesque is an important contribution to international scholarship on Chinese social media and its role in empowering ordinary Chinese netizens to challenge and influence government and mainstream media policies and practices in ways not possible prior to the widespread availability of digital media--backc over. 
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