Authoritarian Command Versus Gift Exchange
Written by renowned sinologist Bonnie McDougall, this is the first full-length, detailed, and theorized treatment in any language of Chinese-English literary translation transactions and will stand as the major primary source of future studies. It opens up new corners of modern Chinese culture and society that sinologists have hitherto overlooked.
The Future of the Internet, Volume 3
This volume showcases the responses of technology stakeholders and critics who were asked to assess scenarios about the future social, political, and economic impact of the Internet. This book is critical for those in communication and Internet studies.
This book is one of a handful of studies; it is highly original in that it focuses on the relationship between intelligence and the United Nations. Scholars working within the international relations discipline and more specifically issues of global governance and security will find this study invaluable.
Are Online “Hate Sites” Deserving of First Amendment Protection?
The study is unique in that it examines websites maintained by several different kinds of U.S.-based hate groups: Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi, racist Skinhead, Christian Identity, Black separatist, neo-Confederate, White conservative, and pro-Jewish.