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The Chinese Blogger

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Peter Pham

on 23 March 2010

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The secret life of the Chinese Blogger By Bonnie fan and Peter Pham Knowledge Issue Does the Chinese government have the authority to infringe upon
the freedom of speech of online bloggers who write on topics that
depict the government in a bad light? Claim: The chinese government doesn't have the right to infringe upon
the unalienable rights of its citizens who journal on distasteful topics. Counterclaim: The chinese government has the authority to take action
to prevent the release of material of online bloggers. Justifications include: authority of officials
long held practice in China
experience in enforcing laws
acquiantance with blocking content Justifications include: intuitive feeling of journalists
empathy for victims of the government
conscience, knowing their actions are wrong
self-awareness WOKS: reason, sense perception, language, emotion knower's communities Case Studies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China
http://amoiist.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-i-broke-jail.htm bloggers in China government officials people involved with officials policy makers Chinese government friends and family of bloggers and people involved human rights activists general Chinese public media outlets Other Areas of Knowledge History: textbook selection for education
Science: teaching controversial theories Cultural differences between the Chinese and US view on the issue Conclusion why the issue actually matters
implications of viewing in both perspectives
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