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Introduction: A New Agenda: Digital Media and Civic Engagement in Networked China Wenhong Chen and Stephen D. Reese PART I. Digital Media Technologies and Civic Engagement: Implications, Conditions, and Contradictions 1. Internet Use, Socio-Geographic Context and Citizenship Engagement: A Multilevel Model on the Democratizing Effects of the Internet in China Baohua Zhou 2. Networked Anti-Corruption: Actors, Styles and Mechanisms Jia Dai, Fanxu Zeng, and Xin Yu 3. Memetic Engagement as Middle Path Resistance: Contesting Mainland Chinese Immigration and Social Cohesion Pauline Hope Cheong and Yashu Chen 4. Engaging Government for Environmental Collective Action: Political Implications of ICTs in Rural China Rong Wang 5. Mobile Activism and Contentious Politics in Contemporary China Jun Liu 6. Campaigning on Weibo: Independent Candidates' Use of Social Media in Local People's Congress Elections in China Fei Shen PART II. Glocalized Media Space: Emergence, Composition, and Function 7. The Unintended Consequences of Deliberative Discourse: A Democratic Attempt for HIV NGOs in China Samuel Galler 8. The Importance of Bridges in the Global News Arena: A Network Study of Bridge Blogs about China Nan Zheng 9. Online Political Discussion in English and Chinese: The Case of Bo Xilai Ericka Menchen-Trevino and Yuping Mao 10. Fandom of Foreign Reality TV Shows in the Chinese Cyber Sphere Weiyu Zhang and Lize Zhang 11. The New Political of Mediated Activism in China: A Critical Review Elaine Yuan
Wenhong Chen is an assistant professor of media studies at the University of Texas Austin where she studies implications of digital media and communication technologies. Stephen D. Reese is professor of Journalism and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for the College of Communication at the University of Texas Austin.