Book review: Youth and Internet Addiction in China, written by Trent Bax

in Asiascape: Digital Asia
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Book review: Youth and Internet Addiction in China, written by Trent Bax

in Asiascape: Digital Asia

References

FunkMcKenzie ‘I was a Chinese Internet Addict: A Tale of Modern Medicine’ Harper’s 2007 March 67 73 Retrieved 20 July 2010 from www.harpers.org

GolubAlexLingleyKate ‘ “Just like the Qing empire”: Internet Addiction, mmogs, and Moral Crisis in Contemporary China’ Games and Culture 2008 3 1 59 75

StewartChristopher S. ‘Obsessed with the Internet: A Tale From China’ Wired Magazine 2010 January 13 Retrieved 24 September 2014 from www.wired.com/2010/01/ff_internetaddiction

SzablewiczMarcella ‘The Ill Effects of “Opium for the Spirit”: A Critical Cultural Analysis of China’s Internet Addiction Moral Panic’ Chinese Journal of Communication 2010 3 4 453 470

TaoHongkai Po ‘wang’ chong sheng: Yufang yu jiechu wangyin shizhan anli Break Through the ‘Net’: Case Studies in Preventing and Curing Internet Addiction 2006 Beijing, China China People’s University

American Psychiatric Association Internet Gaming Disorder 2013 May Retrieved 24 September 2014 from www.dsm5.org/Documents/Internet Gaming Disorder Fact Sheet.pdf

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