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Recently, while there have been some who advocate the notion of a Sinophone internet, approximately coterminous with a Chinese-literate user base (Sullivan & Chen 2015), others have argued the internet in China should be known as the Chinese internet (Yang 2015: 1). This paper extends from the...
This article adopts a multi-case study approach to understand how users of internet technologies actually use the technology, and to explore the extent to which users perceive the technologies’ purported democratic and deliberative capacities. In-depth interviews, a focus group, a search and...
Based on three years of participant observation on Macau’s main online forums and 163 fieldwork interviews, this paper proposes some possible answers to the question of how internet users in Macau have become immaterial and affective labourers. More specifically: how internet users are seemingly...
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