Publications

2017

Gustafsson, Karl, “Chinese collective memory on the Internet: Remembering the Great Famine in online encyclopaedias,” Memory Studies, fulltext PDF is available for download at http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/1750698017714836

Schulte, Barbara, “Hochschulen Chinas. Zwischen Traditionen und Reformen im Kontext der globalen Wissensökonomie [Universities in China. Between Tradition and Reform in the Context of the Global Knowledge Economy].“ In J. Freimuth & M. Schädler (Eds.), Innovationskompetenz in der chinesischen Industrie und die globale Wissensökonomie [Innovation Skills in Chinese Industry and the Global Knowledge Economy]. Wiesbaden: Springer-Gabler.

Svensson, Marina, “The Networked China Researcher: Challenges and Possibilities in the Social Media Age,” Asiascape: Digital Asia, 4(1-2), pp. 76-102.

Svensson, Marina, “The rise and fall of investigative journalism in China: digital opportunities and political challenges,” Media, Culture & Society, 39, 3, pp. 40-45.

Svensson, Marina, “Digitally enabled engagement and witnessing: the Sichuan earthquake on independent documentary film,” Studies in Documentary Film, fulltext download (50 first) at http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/BDk3zQH7YBIZ7sUj8ucg/full

Engagement, Witnessing and Activism: Independent Chinese Documentary Filmmakers’ Different Positions, Approaches and Aesthetics, special issue co-edited with Dan Edwards, Studies in Documentary Film, Vol 11:3, 2017.

“Show us life and make us think: engagement, witnessing and activism in independent Chinese documentary today,” together with Dan Edwards, Studies in Documentary Film, Vol 11:3, 2017, pp. 161-169.

2016

Svensson, Marina, “Connectivity, Engagement and Witnessing on China’s Weibo,” in Jacques deLisle, Avery Goldstein and Guobin Yang, eds. The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China, University of Pennsylvania Press (2016).

Svensson, Marina, “纪录片中性工作者再现: 收麦,生于妓院,和牺牲的伦理分析 [Ethics and representation of sex workers in the documentary films, Wheat Harvest, Born into Brothels and Sacrifice],” in Zheng Wang and Xinyu Lu eds. 性别与视角:百年中国影像研究 [Perspectives on gender: Research into 100 years of Chinese images], Fudan University (2016), pp. 325-343.

2015

Oreglia, Elisa, Qiu, Jinchuan, Bu, Wei, Schulte, Barbara, Wang, Jing, Wallis, Cara, & Zhou, Baohua, “Studying the Sent-Down Internet: roundtable on research methods,” Chinese Journal of Communication, 8(1), 7-17.

Pissin, Annika, “Growing Up in Mommy’s Blog – Raising Girls’ Voices in China,” Asiascape: Digital Asia, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp. 213 – 237.

Schulte, Barbara, ‘(Dis)Empowering Technologies: ICT for Education (ICT4E) in China, Past and Present,’ Chinese Journal of Communication (special issue The Sent-Down Internet: Information & Communication Technologies in Rural China, March 2015)

Svensson, Marina, “Photography in China: Propaganda, Social Documentary, and Art,” (in Swedish), Kinarapport, No. 3, 2015, pp. 6-9. Marina_Svensson_Kinarapport_2015_3_Fotografi_i_Kina.

2014

Schulte, Barbara, “Chinas Bildungssystem im Wandel: Elitenbildung, Ungleichheiten, Reformversuche [China’s Education System in Transformation: Elite Education, Inequalities, Reform Experiments].” In D. Fischer & C. Müller-Hofstede (Eds.), Länderbericht China [Country Report China] (Vol. 1501, pp. 499-541). Bonn: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung.

Svensson, Marina, ‘Voice, power and connectivity in China’s microblogosphere: Digital divides on SinaWeibo’ China Information, July 2014, Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 168-188. (Also included in the book China’s Contested Internet, edited by Guobin Yang, NIAS Press, 2015).

Svensson, Marina, Internet in China and its Challenges for Europe: Dealing with Censorship, Competition and Collaboration, policy brief for Europe-China Research and Advice Network (ECRAN), August 2014 (full access at https://digitalchina.blogg.lu.se/internet-in-china-and-its-challenges-for-europe-dealing-with-censorship-competition-and-collaboration/ )

Svensson, Marina and Eva Pils, ‘From Nonperson to Public Intellectual: The Life and Works of Yu Jianrong,’ Contemporary Chinese Thought, Summer 2014, Vol. 45 Issue 4, pp. 3-17 (this special issue and the second issue, Vol. 46, Issue 1, include much discussion on his use of new media, internet and social media, as well as translations of weibo posts etc).

2013

Göbel, Christian, ‘The Information Dilemma: How ICT Strengthen or Weaken Authoritarian Rule,’ Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift, 115, 2013, pp. 367-384 (full access at http://www.statsvetenskapligtidskrift.se/cms/documents/CA586B6B-D359-4300-92DB-655401D23A12.pdf )

2012

Svensson, Marina, ‘Samhällsdebatt, aktivism och välgörenhet på mikrobloggar (weibo) i Kina,’ (in Swedish, Public debates, activism and charity on microblogs/weibo in China) Kinarapport, nr 4, 31-41 (full access at http://lup.lub.lu.se/luur/download?func=downloadFile&recordOId=3233562&fileOId=3233574 )

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