Understanding chinese internet and social media : the innovative and creative affordances of technology, language and culture
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Ju, B. ., Sandel, T., & Fitzgerald, R. (2019). Understanding chinese internet and social media : the innovative and creative affordances of technology, language and culture. Cahiers Du Centre De Linguistique Et Des Sciences Du Langage, (59), 161–177. https://doi.org/10.26034/la.cdclsl.2019.65

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In this chapter we set out to briefly sketch out a description of Chinese internet
culture from its historical development through to some of its current characteristics.
From the early roll out of the internet through to the use of social media Chinese
internet cutlture should be understood as emerging from the interplay of a number
of forces: technological changes, software development, user-generated interactional
practices, and government censorship. The discussion goes onto highlight how
increasingly divergent forms of Chinese social media use provide a rich source of
analysis of new and innovative practices as well as an awareness of the distinct context
of communicative technological and social environment of it its 772 million users.

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