Vol 7, No 1 (2015)

With the widespread adoption of social media in many Asian societies, these platforms are increasingly used in a variety of ways to promote civic and political aims but such uses are shaped by various stakeholders and contexts of use. In this special issue, four papers on Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and China-Australia present highly contextualized assessments of the role of social media in civic and political life in Asia.

Additionally, the issue presents ongoing research paper submissions to JeDEM that made it through the double-blind peer review process.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Natalie Pang, Peter Parycek, Marko Skoric, Judith Schossböck
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Special Issue: Research Papers

Muneo Kaigo, Leslie Tkach-Kawasaki
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1-22
Carol Soon, Jui Liang Sim
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23-45
Pauline Pooi Yin Leong
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46-71
Jing Zeng
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72-98

Research Papers

Tanja oblak črnič, Jernej Amon Prodnik
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99-116
Teresa Scassa, Niki Singh
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117-133
Martin Fredriksson, James Arvanitakis
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134-150