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Research on impact of China’s internet development on democratization of China
Chang, Hung Fu
Chen, Lu Huei
Chang, Hung Fu
|Issue Date: ||2013-09-03 16:20:00 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||With rapid development of internet, it not only brings landmark revolution impact to the global media but also makes people’s lives great changes. Relative to China, development of internet also provides a new communication tool and information channels, but also offers a variety of media into Chinese society. Thus, with the advent of a new era of internet, it can be said that the Chinese social and political system have more challenges. Therefore on the one hand how China authorities strengthen the internet monitoring and management to avoid becoming a way for the international community conducting "peaceful evolution" in China, and also by controlling the internet to carry out its political advocacy work has become the most significant problems.|
Through collecting relevant literatures and analyzing China’s current internet control, this study will explore internet development in China and its impact for democratization, and the impact for CCP facing internet development. So as to make readers can basically understand China’s internet development and its democratization.
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|Data Type: ||thesis|
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