This project aims to study the production and use of digital/social media by mainland Chinese migrants in Australia, by integrating new methods for analysing politics, economics and cultural practices within media anthropology, political communication and diaspora studies. In the fast-changing political-economic context of China’s global ascent, this study expects to generate an innovative framework for theorising soft power and propaganda in digital/social media, while also making a critical appraisal of flexible citizenship.


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