China internet references

This is a list of references on the internet in China. I also have a special list for China and e-government.

This list of sources draws several papers I have written in grad school beginning in 2008. I will try to update this from time to time, but please leave a comment or e-mail me at “mail //at// gwbstr //dot com//” if you think I’ve missed something important

Posted Sun Jan 23 13:26:39 PST 2011.

August, Oliver. “The Great Firewall: China’s Misguided — and Futile — Attempt to Control What Happens Online.” Wired, Oct. 23 2007.

Chase, Michael, and James C. Mulvenon. You’ve Got Dissent!: Chinese Dissident Use of the Internet and Beijing’s Counter-Strategies. Santa Monica, CA: RAND, National Security Research Division Center for Asia Pacific Policy, 2002.

“China Digital Times.” Berkeley China Internet Project, http://chinadigitaltimes.org/.

Deibert, Ronald, Arnav Manchanda, Rafal Rohozinski, Nart Villeneuve, and Greg Walton. “Tracking Ghostnet: Investigating a Cyber Espionage Network.” In Information Warfare Monitor/ONI Asia Joint Reports, 2009.

Esarey, Ashley, and Xiao Qiang. “Political Expression in the Chinese Blogosphere.” Asian Survey 48, no. 5 (2008): 752–72.

Faiola, Anthony. “Anti-Japanese Hostilities Move to the Internet: Chinese and South Korean Hackers Blamed for Digital Barrage Designed to Cripple Web Sites.” Washington Post, May 10 2005.

Fallows, James. “The Connection Has Been Reset.” The Atlantic, March 2008.

Guo Liang. “Surveying Internet Usage and Its Impact in Seven Chinese Cities.” Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2007.

Hachigian, Nina. “The Internet and Power in One-Party East Asian States.” The Washington Quarterly 25, no. 3 (2002): 41–58.

Hockx, Michel. “Links with the Past: Mainland China’s Online Literary Communities and Their Antecedents.” Journal of Contemporary China 13, no. 38 (2004): 105–27.

———. “Virtual Chinese Literature: A Comparative Case Study of Online Poetry Communities.” The China Quarterly 183 (2005): 670–91.

Hughes, Christopher R. “Review: China and the Internet: A Question of Politics or Management?” The China Quarterly 175, (2003): 818–24.

Jiang, Min. “Authoritarian Deliberation on Chinese Internet.” SSRN eLibrary (2009).

Kalathil, Shanthi, and Taylor C. Boas. Open Networks, Closed Regimes : The Impact of the Internet on Authoritarian Rule. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2003.

Krekel, Bryan. “Capability of the People’s Republic of China to Conduct Cyber Warfare and Computer Network Exploitation.” Northrop Grumman for the US–China Economic and Security Review Commission, 2009.

Kurtenbach, Elaine. “China’s Propagandists Fight Fire with Fire inside the Internet.” Associated Press, Aug. 27 1997.

Li Guosheng, and Roland Soong, trans. “The Internet as Unfinished Public Sphere: An Interview with Hu Yong.”  http://www.zonaeuropa.com/20081221_1.htm.

Liu, Shih-Diing. “China’s Popular Nationalism on the Internet: Report on the 2005 Anti-Japan Network Struggles.” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 7, no. 1 (2006): 144–55.

MacKinnon, Rebecca. “Studying Chinese Blog Censorship.” RConversation  (2008), http://rconversation.blogs.com/rconversation/2008/11/studying-chines.html.

McKay, Niall. “China: The Great Firewall.” Wired, Dec. 1 1998.

Nocera, Joe. “Enough Shame to Go Around.” The New York Times, February 18 2006.

Osnos, Evan. “Angry Youth: The New Generation’s Neocon Nationalists.” The New Yorker, July 28 2008.

Qiu, Jack Linchuan. “Chinese Hackerism in Retrospect: The Legend of a New Revolutionary Army.”

Samuel, Alexandra W. “Hacktivism and the Future of Political Participation.” Dissertation, Harvard University, 2004.

Sohu.com. “靖国神社网站遭黑客攻击 一度出现中国红旗 [Yasukuni Shrine Website Meets Hacker Assault, for a Moment Displaying the Chinese Flag].”  http://news.sohu.com/20081225/n261417059.shtml.

The Center for Democracy & Technology, and Infodev. “The E-Government Handbook for Developing Countries.” http://www.cdt.org/evog/handbook/2002-11- 14egovhandbook.pdf.

Tsui, Lokman. “The Great Firewall as Iron Curtain 2.0: The Implications of China’s Internet Most Dominant Metaphor for U.S. Foreign Policy.” In 6th Annual Chinese Internet Research Conference. Hong Kong, 2008.

Villeneuve, Nart. “Breaching Trust: An Analysis of Surveillance and Security Practices on China’s Tom-Skype Platform.” In Information Warfare Monitor/ONI Asia Joint Reports, 2008.

Webster, Graham. “Red Heart Spreads as Msn and Qq Symbol of Chinese Patriotism.” CNET News, http://news.cnet.com/8301-13908_3-9922248-59.html.

Wu, Xu. Chinese Cyber Nationalism: Evolution, Characteristics, and Implications. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2007.

Yang, Guobin. “The Internet and the Rise of a Transnational Chinese Cultural Sphere.” Media, Culture & Society 25, no. 4 (2003): 469–90.

———. The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009.

Yang, Guobin, and Craig Calhoun. “Media, Civil Society, and the Rise of a Green Public Sphere.” China Information 21, no. 2 (2007): 211–36.

Yu, Haiqing. “Talking Linking, Clicking: The Politics of Aids and Sars in Urban China.” positions 15, no. 1 (2007): 35–63.

Zhang Jiawei. “China’s Ip Addresses under Strain with 404m Users.” http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-04/23/content_9768229.htm.

Zhao, Yuezhi. Communication in China: Political Economy, Power, and Conflict, State and Society in East Asia. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008.

Zheng, Yongnian. Technological Empowerment: The Internet, State, and Society in China. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2008.

Zhou Yongming. Historicizing Online Politics: Telegraphy, the Internet, and Political Participation in China. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006.

———. “Living on the Cyber Border: Minjian Political Writers in Chinese Cyberspace.” Current Anthropology 46, no. 5 (2005): 779–803.

中国互联网络信息中心 [China Internet Network Information Center]. “中国互联网络 发展状况统计报告 (2010年1月) [Statistical Report on the Condition of China's Internet Development].” Beijing: 中国互联网络信息中心 [China Internet Network Information Center], 2010.

“自治体HPサイバー攻撃 神山と佐那河内 中国語ページに改ざん=徳島.” Yomiuri Shimbun, 20100922.

“釣振興会HP サイバー攻撃 中国語ページに改ざん.” Yomiuri Shimbun, 20100921.

“靖国神社网站遭黑客攻击 一度出现中国红旗 (Yasukuni Shrine Website Meets hacker Assault, for a Moment Displaying the Chinese Flag).” 搜狐新闻 (Sohu News), 2008. http://news.sohu.com/20081225/n261417059.shtml.

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