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Resistance within Contexts:A Study of University BBS Youth Culture in China
Unformatted Document Text:  26 Li, T. (1999). Preface. In T. Li (ed) Series of Contemporary Critical Popular Culture Studies( ). Pp. 1-9. Nanjing: Jiangsu Renmin Publications. Liu, K. (1997). Popular culture and the culture of the masses in contemporary China. In Boundary (2): 101-121. Duke University Press Liu, K. (1998). Is there an alternative to (Capitalist) Globalization? The debate about modernity in China. In F. Jameson and M. Miyoshi (eds)., The cultures of globalization (pp. 164-188). Durham and London: Duke University Press. Moody, P. R., Jr. (1983). Chinese Politics after Mao. New York: Praeger. Redhead, S. (1990). The end-of-the-century party: Youth and pop towards 2000. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Rheingold, H. (1993a). The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier. New York: Harper. Stokes, L. O. and Hoover, M. (ed.) (1999) City on fire: Hong Kong cinema. London & New York : Verso. Tao, D-F. (1996). Seeing the Dissolution of Chinese Intellectuals through Their Contests for Culture Capital ( ). In Dongfang (Orient) 4 (1996), p.92. Tao, D-F., Jin, Y-P, and Gao, B-Zh. (ed.) (2000). Cultural Studies (series 1). Tianjin: Tianjin Academy of Social Science Press. Teo, S. (1997). Hong Kong cinema : the extra dimensions. London: BFI Pub. Wang, Y. Ch. (2001). Chinese Mirror Image: Culture Studies in the 1990s ( 90 ). Beijing: Central Edit and Translation Publication. Wuthnow, R. (1989). Communities of discourse: Ideology and social structure in the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and European socialism. London: Harvard University Press. Zhang, L. X., et al. (2000). A Chinese Odyssey Canon . Beijing: Xiandai Publication.

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Li, T. (1999). Preface. In T. Li (ed) Series of Contemporary Critical Popular Culture Studies(
). Pp. 1-9. Nanjing: Jiangsu Renmin Publications.

Liu, K. (1997). Popular culture and the culture of the masses in contemporary China. In Boundary
(2): 101-121. Duke University Press

Liu, K. (1998). Is there an alternative to (Capitalist) Globalization? The debate about modernity in
China. In F. Jameson and M. Miyoshi (eds)., The cultures of globalization (pp. 164-188).
Durham and London: Duke University Press.

Moody, P. R., Jr. (1983). Chinese Politics after Mao. New York: Praeger.

Redhead, S. (1990). The end-of-the-century party: Youth and pop towards 2000. Manchester:
Manchester University Press.

Rheingold, H. (1993a). The Virtual Community: Homesteading on the Electronic Frontier. New
York: Harper.

Stokes, L. O. and Hoover, M. (ed.) (1999) City on fire: Hong Kong cinema. London & New York :
Verso.

Tao, D-F. (1996). Seeing the Dissolution of Chinese Intellectuals through Their Contests for
Culture Capital (
). In Dongfang (Orient) 4 (1996), p.92.

Tao, D-F., Jin, Y-P, and Gao, B-Zh. (ed.) (2000). Cultural Studies (series 1). Tianjin: Tianjin
Academy of Social Science Press.

Teo, S. (1997). Hong Kong cinema : the extra dimensions. London: BFI Pub.

Wang, Y. Ch. (2001). Chinese Mirror Image: Culture Studies in the 1990s (
90
). Beijing: Central Edit and Translation Publication.

Wuthnow, R. (1989). Communities of discourse: Ideology and social structure in the Reformation,
the Enlightenment, and European socialism. London: Harvard University Press.

Zhang, L. X., et al. (2000). A Chinese Odyssey Canon
. Beijing: Xiandai
Publication.


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