Derailed emotions: The transformation of claims and targets during the Wenzhou online incident

@article{Bondes2014DerailedET,
  title={Derailed emotions: The transformation of claims and targets during the Wenzhou online incident},
  author={Maria Bondes and G{\"u}nter Schucher},
  journal={Information, Communication & Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={17},
  pages={45 - 65}
}
Social media have both enabled and reinforced a shift towards the personalization of politics and collective action that is also occurring in China. In addition to street actions, the country is seeing a continuously growing number of so-called online mass incidents. While they have been attracting growing scholarly attention, most analyses have been based on anecdotal evidence and have treated netizens as a uniform group without evaluating the event's internal discursive dynamics. In order to… Expand
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