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The story of Qi Shi Ma: Online discussion and community engagement in urban China
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Reference List
19lou.com (2010). About Dukuai. Retrieved March 15, 2011, from 
http://corp.dukuai.com/corp/page/intro.html.
Bimber, B. (1998). The Internet and political transformation: Populism, community and 
accelerated pluralism. Polity 31(1), 133-160.
Bowen, C. (1996). Modem nation: The handbook of grassroots American activism online
New York: Random House.
Camaj, L., Hong, S. C., Lanosga, G., & Luo, Y. (2009). Political discourse on Facebook: 
A new public sphere? Paper presented to the Mass Communication Division, the 
2009 annual convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass 
Communication, Boston, MA.
Cheong, P. H. & Gong, J. (2010). Cyber vigilantism, transmedia collective intelligence, 
and civic participation. Chinese Journal of Communication 3(4), 471-487. 
Chow, P. (2007). Internet activism, trans-national public sphere, and state activation 
apparatus: a case study of Anti-Japanese Protest. Paper presented in International 
Communication Association, 2007 annual meeting.
China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), (2010). Statistical report on 
Internet development in China. Retrieved on November 30, 2010, from 
http://www.cnnic.cn/en/index/0O/02/index.htm
Dahlberg, L., (2001). Democracy via cyberspace: Mapping the rhetoric and practices of 
three prominent camps. New Media and Society, 3(2), 155-157.
Dewey, J. (1927). The public and its problems. New York: Holt.
Du Shi Kuai Bao (2010). About us. Retrieved October 9, 2010, from 
Online discussion and community engagement in urban China


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