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The Power of Social Network in China: How Does Microblog Influence the Way of Expression
Unformatted Document Text:  The Power of Social Network in China: How Does Microblog Influence the Way of Expression Honey C. and Herring S.C.(2009). Beyond Microblogging: Conversation and Collaboration via twitter. System Sciences. 1, P. 1-10 Jinzhu Lu(2010). Communicating characteristics and profit model of microblog. Modern Media,4.P.20-26 Lan Peng(2009). The developing power of micro-blog. Youth Journalist 2009(31), P.14-18 Lihong Zhang (2009). The development of political participating of net users in the aspect of public opinions. Journal of Tianjin University P.462-466 Martin Ebner(2008). Can Microblogs and Weblogs change traditional scientific writing? Proceedings of E-Learn 2008. Las Vegas, P. 768-776. Aday S., Farrel H., Lynch M., Sides J., Kelly J., and Zuckerman E. (2010). Blogs and bullets: New media in contentiouspolitics. Technical report, United States Institute of Peace. Shravan Gaonkar, Jack Li, Romit Roy Choudhury, Landon Cox, Al Schmidt (2008). MicroBlog: sharing and querying content through mobile phones and social participation. MobiSys '08 Proceeding of the 6th international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services. Shravan Gaonkar, Romit Roy Choudhury,(2007) Micro-Blog: map-casting from mobile phone to virtual sensor maps. SenSys '07 Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Embedded networked sensor systems. T. Sakaki, M. Okazaki, and Y. Matsuo(2010). Earthquake shakes twitter users: real-time event detection by social sensors. In www ’10: Proc. of the 19th international Conf. on World wide web, NY, ACM. P. 851–860 Weili Yu(2010). From blog to microblog: the NPC and CPPCC‟ reaction to media by network asks politics. Modern Media. 6, P.143-144.

Authors: Xu, Linjia.
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The Power of Social Network in China: How Does Microblog Influence the Way of Expression 
 
Honey  C.  and  Herring  S.C.(2009).  Beyond  Microblogging:  Conversation  and 
Collaboration via twitter. System Sciences. 1, P. 1-10 
Jinzhu  Lu(2010).  Communicating  characteristics  and  profit  model  of  microblog. 
Modern Media,4.P.20-26   
Lan  Peng(2009).  The  developing  power  of  micro-blog.  Youth  Journalist  2009(31), 
P.14-18 
Lihong  Zhang  (2009).  The  development  of  political  participating  of  net  users  in  the 
aspect of public opinions. Journal of Tianjin University P.462-466 
Martin  Ebner(2008).  Can  Microblogs  and  Weblogs  change  traditional  scientific 
writing?
 
Proceedings of E-Learn 2008. Las Vegas, P. 768-776. 
Aday S., Farrel H., Lynch M., Sides J., Kelly J., and Zuckerman E. (2010). Blogs and 
bullets: New media in contentiouspolitics. Technical report, United States Institute of 
Peace.   
Shravan Gaonkar, Jack Li,  Romit  Roy Choudhury,  Landon Cox, Al Schmidt  (2008). 
MicroBlog:  sharing  and  querying  content  through  mobile  phones  and  social 
participation.  MobiSys '08  Proceeding  of  the 6th  international conference on Mobile 
systems, applications, and services. 
Shravan  Gaonkar,  Romit  Roy  Choudhury,(2007)  Micro-Blog:  map-casting  from 
mobile phone to virtual sensor maps. SenSys '07 Proceedings of the 5th international 
conference on Embedded networked sensor systems. 
T.  Sakaki,  M.  Okazaki,  and  Y.  Matsuo(2010).  Earthquake  shakes  twitter  users: 
real-time  event  detection  by  social  sensors.  In  www  ’10:  Proc.  of  the  19th 
international Conf. on World wide web, NY, ACM. P. 851–860   
Weili Yu(2010). From blog to microblog: the NPC and CPPCC‟ reaction to media by 
network asks politics. Modern Media. 6, P.143-144. 


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