Beyond the 'Great Firewall': The case on in-game protests in China
Place of Publication
Larissa Hjorth & Dean Chan
Faculty of Education and Arts
School of Communications and Arts / Centre for Research in Entertainment, Arts, Technology, Education and Communications
This collection explores the politics of game play and its cultural context by focusing on the Asia-Pacific region. Drawing from micro ethnographic studies to macro political economy analysis of techno-nationalisms and transcultural flows of cultural capital, it provides an interdisciplinary model for thinking through the politics of gaming.
Chan, D.(2009) Beyond the Great Firewall: The Case on In-Game Protests in China. In Hjorth, L., & Chan, D. (Eds.).Hjorth, L., & Chan, D. Gaming Cultures and Place in Asia-Pacific (pp 141-157). New York: Routledge.