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Social Media and Norm Socialization: the Case of Modern Feminism in China
|Contributors: ||盧 業中|
|Issue Date: ||2020-09-02 13:13:21 (UTC+8)|
Following the Arab Spring, International Relations’ scholars began to debate social media’s capacity to foster social movements and promote the socialization of international norms. Social media are seen by many as a “liberation technology,” allowing citizens to share
information, mobilize more efficiently, and interact with a global audience. While these arguments have received considerable attention, they only partially explore the question of social media’s impacts on the prospect of a norm socialization process. Furthermore, many voices have raised to contest social media capacities to defy a state’s power.
This thesis explores the strength, weakness, and limitations of social media on the prospect of a norm socialization process in the People’s Republic of China by focusing on Chinese feminist movements and their use of the Chinese social media Sina Weibo as a way of promoting women’s rights.
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