Online Chinese Nationalism and China's Bilateral Relations

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Edited by Simon Shen and Shaun Breslin
Publisher: 
Lexington Books
Publication Date: 
Mon, 2010-03-01

Many questions arise when considering the internet and Chinese nationalism. Which are the most important internet sites carrying online discussion of nationalism related to the author's particular area of study? What are the differences between online nationalism and the conventional form of nationalism, and why do these differences exist? Has nationalist online expression influenced actual foreign policy making? Has nationalist online expression influenced discourse in the mainstream mass media in China? Have there been any counter reactions towards online nationalism? Where do they come from? Online Chinese Nationalism and China's Bilateral Relations seeks to address these questions. List of Contributors Shaun Breslin; Winnie King; Chun-wing Lee; Kai-chi Leung; Shih-diing Liu; Yaling Pan; James Reilly; Simon Shen; Sow Keat Tok; Benson Wai-kwok Wong; Chun Zhang About the Editors Simon Shen is associate professor in the Department of Social Science at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. Shaun Breslin is professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick.