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Internet Policy In China
"Helen Sun details the meticulous methods used by the Chinese Communist Party to monitor China's Internet communication, particularly at Internet bars. At the same time, she also vividly describes the political energy and democratic discourse unleashed by the Internet, primarily among the younger generation. Internet Policy in China provides a vivid picture of momentous political and social changes under way in China today."---Merle Goldman, emerita, Boston University and research associate at Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University
"A superb book that achieves its rich analysis of today's Chinese Internet cafes, politics, and policy by reaching deeply through state treatment of information, communication, and culture throughout its history. A necessary primer for understanding contemporary Chinese Internet developments."---Sandra Branan, University of Wisconsin-Miwaukee
Internet Policy in China: A Field Study of Internet Cafes examines the forces that have nurtured and frustrated the creation of an e-public sphere in China. In conjunction with this examination. Helen Sun considers the broader issue of the Internet's true nature: is it inherently decentralizing and democratic, or is it all too dependent on the larger political environment? After describing the Chinese media policymaking and regulatory system, Sun undertakes a revealing study of the country's Internet cafes, enriched by interviews with cafe operators---both legal and illegal---and visitors. The insights provided in these interviews paint a fascinating picture of the ever-changing game of China's Internet censorship.
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to Internetware, covering the aspects ranging from the fundamental principles, engineering methodologies, operational platform, quality measurements and assurance, to future directions. It also provides guidelines and many representative real world case studies that will be invaluable reference for software engineers in the development of Internetware applications. This book also provides an important analysis of current research trends in modern software engineering in the Internet era. As such, the book offers an essential blueprint and valuable contribution to the research on software engineering and systems for future Internet computing.
The Internet Is Like A Puddle
The Big Hug books grew out of letters sent to children and their families after their psychology sessions. Each book has its origins in a real need for a real child with a real problem and offers real strategies from a real psychologist. The heart-felt illustrations and simple words aim to simplify tricky situations and soothe strong emotions. The books aim to give children, and the people who care for them, a way to talk about problems.
The Internet is Like a Puddle attends to the wonderful aspects of electronic communication as well as gently discusses some of the possible pitfalls of sharing, chatting and using data. There is a need to be mindful of those who are naive to the potential problems without denying them the wonderful opportunities. The Internet is Like a Puddle describes ways to stay safe and enjoy learning and chatting time on the Internet and to keep life balanced.
About the Author
Shona Innes is a Clinical and Forensic psychologist who has worked for over 25 years helping children, teens and grownups (young and old). Shona has accumulated significant knowledge, experience and skill for interacting with some of the trickiest individuals in some of the most trying of circumstances as well as for assisting with lifeâ€™s day to day hassles. Other psychologists seek out time with Shona to assist them with tricky cases and to take care of themselves in the process of helping others.
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