The Internet, Social Media, and a Changing China

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

For their comments and suggestions on the chapters in this book, we thank Amy Gadsden, Sharon Hom, Marwan Kraidy, Ming Lei, Peifeng Liu, Rebecca Mackinnon, Dong Wang, Sixin Wang, Xixin Wang, Yuhua Wang, Jessica Chen Weiss, and Tianpan Zhang. We also thank Zengzhi Shi and the School of Journalism and Communication at Peking University for co-organizing a public session on some of the themes in this book and with the participation of several of the contributors. We are also grateful to the anonymous reviewer whose advice helped improve the manuscript, to Peter Agree and Amanda Ruffner at the University of Pennsylvania Press who facilitated the preparation of this volume, and to Emily deLisle for preparing the index.

This project would not have been possible without the financial support of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China provided by the University of Pennsylvania’s provost as well as Penn’s School of Arts and Sciences, Law School, Annenberg School for Communication, and Wharton School. Encouragement and supplemental financial support for this project were provided by the office of Penn’s Vice Provost for Global Initiatives, Ezekiel Emanuel. Jamie Fisher provided logistical assistance. Finally, we are grateful to Dr. Yuanyuan Zeng, the Associate Director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China, whose distinctive combination of substantive expertise and administrative skills are vital to the success of the Center’s program of which this book is a part.

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