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Resistance within Contexts:A Study of University BBS Youth Culture in China
Unformatted Document Text:  25 Reference Bell, D. (2001). An introduction to cybercultures. London; New York: Routledge Best, B. (1998). Over-the-counter-culture: Re-theorizing Resistance Popular Culture. In S. Redhead (ed.) The clubcultures reader: readings in popular cultural studies. Oxford: Blackwell. Pp.18-35 Bourdieu. P. (1984). Distinction: A social critique of the judgement of taste. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Ding, Y. J. (2001). Chinese democracy after Tiananmen. Vancouver : UBC Press. Dittmer, L. (1985). Ideology and organization in Post-Mao China. In King-yuh Chang (ed). Perspectives on development in Mainland China. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Pp. 36-60. Dong, D. (2002). Constituting A Virtual Community Based on a Movie-derived Language: A Study of Chinese University BBS. A paper presented in ICA conference, Seoul, 2002. Fish, S. (1980). Is there a text in this class? Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Foucault, M. (1980). Power/knowledge: selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 / Michel Foucault. Edited and translated by C. Gordon, et al. Pantheon Books: New York. Gelder, K. and Thornton, S. (ed.) (1997) The subcultures reader. London: Routledge. Giese, M. (1998). Self without Body: Textual Self-Representation in an Electronic Community 3-31 pages. Available: http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_4/giese/ [1999, April 7]. Hall, S. (1996b). “Introduction: Who Needs ‘Identity’?” In S. Hall and P. Dugay (ed.) Questions of Cultural Identity. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Pp.1-17. Jian, G. (1999). Resisting Modernity in Contemporary China – The cultural Revolution and Postmodernism. Modern China, 25 (3): 343-376. Beverly Hills: Sage. Jones, S. (1997a). Virtual Culture. London: Sage Publications. Jones, S. (1998). Cybersociety 2.0. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Kwong, J. (1994). Ideological crisis among China youths – Values and official ideology. In British Journal of Sociology 45(2): 247-264. London: Routledge.

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Reference
Bell, D. (2001). An introduction to cybercultures. London; New York: Routledge

Best, B. (1998). Over-the-counter-culture: Re-theorizing Resistance Popular Culture. In S.
Redhead (ed.) The clubcultures reader: readings in popular cultural studies. Oxford: Blackwell.
Pp.18-35

Bourdieu. P. (1984). Distinction: A social critique of the judgement of taste. Cambridge, MA:
Harvard University Press.

Ding, Y. J. (2001). Chinese democracy after Tiananmen. Vancouver : UBC Press.

Dittmer, L. (1985). Ideology and organization in Post-Mao China. In King-yuh Chang (ed).
Perspectives on development in Mainland China. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Pp. 36-60.

Dong, D. (2002). Constituting A Virtual Community Based on a Movie-derived Language: A Study
of Chinese University BBS. A paper presented in ICA conference, Seoul, 2002.

Fish, S. (1980). Is there a text in this class? Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Foucault, M. (1980). Power/knowledge: selected interviews and other writings, 1972-1977 /
Michel Foucault. Edited and translated by C. Gordon, et al. Pantheon Books: New York.

Gelder, K. and Thornton, S. (ed.) (1997) The subcultures reader. London: Routledge.

Giese, M. (1998). Self without Body: Textual Self-Representation in an Electronic Community 3-
31 pages. Available:
http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_4/giese/
[1999, April 7].

Hall, S. (1996b). “Introduction: Who Needs ‘Identity’?” In S. Hall and P. Dugay (ed.) Questions
of Cultural Identity
. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Pp.1-17.

Jian, G. (1999). Resisting Modernity in Contemporary China – The cultural Revolution and
Postmodernism. Modern China, 25 (3): 343-376. Beverly Hills: Sage.

Jones, S. (1997a). Virtual Culture. London: Sage Publications.

Jones, S. (1998). Cybersociety 2.0. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Kwong, J. (1994). Ideological crisis among China youths – Values and official ideology. In British
Journal of Sociology
45(2): 247-264. London: Routledge.


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