Academic Censorship in China: The Case of The China Quarterly

  title={Academic Censorship in China: The Case of The China Quarterly},
  author={Mathew Y. H. Wong and Ying-ho Kwong},
  journal={PS: Political Science \& Politics},
  pages={287 - 292}
ABSTRACT The recent censorship requests made by Chinese authorities to Western academic publishers have sent shockwaves throughout the academic world. This article examines the high-profile The China Quarterly incident as a case in point. Because the censorship is expected to be followed by similar demands to other publications, it is important for the academic community to explore the logic behind it. This research article provides a preliminary analysis of publications on the censorship list… 
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