Q. Where can I find sources for Internet censorship in China?

Answer

To find books or ebooks, check the book catalog

To find articles, check the databases below. Start at the Online Resources page and click on Social Sciences/Social Issues/Human Services. If you are off-campus you will need to use your 14 digit Library Number, which can be found on your ID Card or on the Login Assistance page in MyBaker.

Under the History/Geography/World Culture section, there is a database called A to Z World Culture (World Trade Press).  Click the entry for China, then click the section for Human Rights.  

To find news, click on the section for News and Current events and try a search in InfoTrac Newsstand

For more resources, search or browse the website of the Congressional-Executive Commission on China.

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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