[Air-L] literature on Informational (Internet) Power

Eric FU fujunscnu at gmail.com
Mon Aug 3 16:34:24 PDT 2015

I suppose you've already find this book: Yang, G. (2009). The power of the
Internet in China: Citizen activism online: Columbia University Press.

I recently found this book is useful, it talks about media and social
change (not specifically about the internet though): Tufte, T., & Enghel,
F. (2009). Youth engaging with the world: media, communication and social
change: Nordicom.

this one could also be useful: Banaji, S., & Buckingham, D. (2013). The
civic web : young people, the Internet and civic participation / by
Shakuntala Banaji and David Buckingham: Cambridge, Massachusetts : The MIT
Press, [2013].

On Tue, Aug 4, 2015 at 8:25 AM, 宋辰婷 <sct8809 at 163.com> wrote:

> Dear all,
> I am a Chinese student of sociology.  Now  I am writing a part of my
> dissertation about informational  (Internet) power. The power I want to
> discuss is the one  achieved by ordinary people  through  down-to up path
> to effect both Internet and entity, rather than the one owned by a state or
> nation.  Could you please suggest me some articles/books about it?
> Thank you very much!  I appreciate your help gratefully!
> Chenting Song
> * PhD candidate in Renming University*
> *Visiting student in Northwestern University*
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