COM 220\Week 3 - Annotated Bibliography CheckPoint
Tai-Quan, P., & Zhu, J. H. (2010). Youth and the Internet in East Asia. Journal of Youth Studies (10297847), 13(2), 13-30. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Peng, a professor of humanities and art and Zhu, a professor of media and communication writes about youth’s access to and use of the Internet and political consequences of Internet use on youth in the region. Peng and Zhu also write about the emerging culture of Internet use by youth and the altering of socialization, patterns, processes, and experiences. This article will help support the consequences of Internet use on China’s youth. This article is more closely tied to the essay’s subject than other articles.
Paltemaa, L., & Vuori, J. A. (2009). Regime Transition and the Chinese Politics of Technology: From Mass Science to the Controlled Internet.