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  Volume 62, Number 1, Summer 2013

Table of Contents

Community Informatics in China

Kate Williams, Issue Editor

Introduction

pp. 1-12
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Connections

The Development, Current State, and Effects of Community Informatization in Mainland China

pp. 13-33
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The Top-Down Approach to Providing ICT Access to Rural Communities in China: Opportunities for Community Informatics

pp. 34-62
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People

Social Inclusion or Exclusion?: When Weibo (Microblogging) Meets the "New Generation" of Rural Migrant Workers

pp. 63-80
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The Flow of Information as Empowerment and the Changing Social Networking Landscape in Rural China

pp. 81-94
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Farmers' Reading Rooms and Information and Communications Technology in Rural Areas of Beijing

pp. 95-104
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Community Informatics in Chongqing: A Case Study of the Real-Name and ID Requirement Policy in the Chinese Railway System

pp. 105-120
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Places

Cybercafés in China: Community Access beyond Gaming and Tight Government Control

pp. 121-139
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Three Digital Platforms: Hangzhou Public Library Widens Access to Resources

pp. 140-159
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Private Libraries in China: Their Diversity, Informatization, and Role as Public Spaces

pp. 160-179
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The Role of Information Technology in Academic Libraries' Resource Sharing in Western China

pp. 180-204
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A Case Study

A Tale of Two Counties: How Two School Libraries in Rural Western China Serve Local Needs

pp. 205-233
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Social Capital, Digital Inequality, and a "Glocal" Community Informatics Project in Tianzhu Tibetan Autonomous County, Gansu Province

pp. 234-260
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Research Areas

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