Chinese Cyber Nationalism : Evolution, Characteristics, and Implications
Chinese Cyber Nationalism offers the first comprehensive examination of the social and ideological movement that mixes Confucian cultural traditions and advanced media technology. Over the past decade, the Internet has increasingly become a communication center, organizational platform, and channel of execution by which Chinese nationalistic causes have been promoted throughout the world.
- Paperback | 280 pages
- 152.4 x 223.52 x 12.7mm | 453.59g
- 30 Sep 2007
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
Table of contents
Part 1 Part One: Evolution Chapter 2 Enlightenment in the Ivory Tower Chapter 3 Say No to Indonesia's Anti-Chinese Riot Chapter 4 Sino-U.S. Cyber Wars Chapter 5 Post-9/11 Transition of Priority Chapter 6 Direct Confrontations with Japan Part 7 Part Two: Definitions Chapter 8 Chineseness Chapter 9 Cyber Public Sphere Chapter 10 Nationalism Chapter 11 Chinese Nationalism Chapter 12 Chinese Cyber Sphere Chapter 13 Cyber Nationalism Chapter 14 Chinese Cyber Nationalism Part 15 Part Three: Reflections Chapter 16 Key Players Chapter 17 Policy Makers Chapter 18 General Online Public
Xu Wu's book is a tour de force of Chinese cyber nationalism. It makes a major contribution to the burgeoning literature of Chinese nationalism that has caused more and more scholarly scrutiny when China is rising to the status of a global power. No serious scholar of Chinese nationalism can afford to miss this fascinating book. -- Suisheng Zhao, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, and Editor of Journal of Contemporary China
About Xu Wu
Xu Wu is assistant professor of strategic media and public relations at Arizona State University.