This volume examines how Chinese women negotiate the Internet as a research tool and a strategy for the acquisition of information, as well as for social networking purposes. Offering insight into the complicated creation of a female Chinese cybercommunity, Chinese Women and the Cyberspace discusses the impact of increasingly available Internet technology on the life and lifestyle of Chinese womenaexamining larger issues of how women become both masters of their electronic domain and the objects of exploitation in a faceless online world.Cited in a#39;The great firewall of Chinaa#39; http://www.bookofjoe.com/ 2004/09/ the_great_firew.html. Internet World ... Singapore: Ling zi chuan mei si ren you xian gong si. Kani, H. ... McCurry, J. aamp; R. Alison (2004), a#39;40m bachelors and no women ... the birth of a new problem for Chinaa#39;, The Guardian. 9 March. ... Norris, P. (2001), Digital divide: civic engagement, information poverty, and the Internet worldwide.
|Title||:||Chinese Women and the Cyberspace|
|Author||:||Khun Eng Kuah|
|Publisher||:||Amsterdam University Press - 2008|