After months of hard work the second volume of the Mapping China Journal is online just in time to have a quiet read over the holidays.
We want to thank all contributors spending hours proofreading, fact-checking and layouting, as well as the authors willing to publish their work. Without you the Mapping China Journal would not be possible!
We wish all our readers happy holidays!
1 – How China Has Adopted a Reactive Censorship Model for the Internet Age (Daniel Rechtschaffen)
2 – A Globalised Westphalia? Categorising Chinese statehood (Frederik König and Paul Naudascher)
3 – The Virtual Panopticon in China: Surveillance through the Securitisation of the Internet (Xiaoxue Jiang Martin)
4 – The Social Credit System And China’s Rule Of Law (Marianne von Blomberg)
5 – Xi Jinping’s passive revolution (Miquel Vila)
6 – Censoring Pornography: The Role of Sexual Media in the Fight for Freedom of Expression in the PRC (Fanny Prouté)
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