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Figuring out the Chinese internet puzzle

In the recent issue of the Lund University Research Magazine (Fokus Forskning) with the theme ”The digital society” Professor Marina Svensson talks about the ”Digital China” research project.
Street view with blurred faces

The project started in 2013  and aims to explore the ways in which the internet has impacted on Chinese society: what is the internet used for, how are Chinese citizens adapting to a networked society controlled by the state, and what are the global implications?

Read the full article here (in English) or here (in Swedish).

Read more about the research project here.

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