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  邱林川,传播学博士,香港中文大学新闻与传播学院副教授,Chinese Journal of Communication 副主编兼书评编辑,International Journal of Communication 书评编辑,Global Media & Communication 副主编,Asian Journal of Communication 编辑顾问委员会委员,Television and New Media 编辑委员会委员。





  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2009). Working-Class Network Society: Communication Technology and the Information Have-Less in Urban China. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  • Manuel Castells, Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol, Jack Linchuan Qiu and Araba Sey (2006). Mobile Communication and Society: A Global Perspective. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. 
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (forthcoming). “Network Labor and Non-Elite KnowledgeWorkers in China,” Work Organization, Labor and Globalization.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2010). “A City of Ten Years: Public/Private Internet Developmentin Nanhai,” Positions: East Asia Culture Critique. Vol. 18, No. 1: 253-277.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2010). “Mobile Communication Research in Asia: Changing Technological and Intellectual Geopolitics?” Asian Journal of Communication. Vol. 20, Iss. 2: 213-229.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2010). “Class, Communication, China: A Thought Piece,” International Journal of Communication, Vol. 4: 531-536.
  • 邱林川(2009) “新型网络社会的劳工问题,《开放时代》,200912 月,页 127 — 139
  • 邱林川、陈韬文(2009迈向新媒体事件研究,《传播与社会学刊》, 2009 7 月,页 19-37
  • 邱林川(2009) “网络时代的山寨文化,《二十一世纪》,20094月,页 121-139
  • 邱林川(2009) “新媒体事件与网络社会之转型,《传媒透视》,20092 月,页 10-11
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2008). “Wireless Working-Class ICTs and the ChineseInformational City,” Journal of Urban Technology. Vol. 15, No. 3: 57-77.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2008). “Working-Class ICTs, Migrants, and Empowerment in South China,” Asian Journal of Communication. Vol. 18, No. 4: 333-347.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2008). “Mobile Civil Society in Asia: A Comparative Study of People Power II and the Nosamo Movement,” Javnost: The Public. Vol. 15, No. 5: 5-24.
  • 邱林川(2008) “信息社会,:理论、现实、模式、反思,《传播与社会学刊》第五期,20084月,页71-99
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2007). “The Accidental Accomplishment of Little Smart: Understanding the Emergence of a Working-Class ICT,” Ne^w Media & Society. Vol. 9, No. 6: 903-923.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2007). “The Wireless Leash: Mobile Messaging Service as a Means of Control,” International Journal of Communication. Vol. 1: 74-91.
  • 邱林川(2006) “从信息中层到信息中坚,《二十一世纪》,200610月, 101-110
  • Carolyn Cartier, Manuel Castells & Jack Linchuan Qiu (2005). “The Information Have-Less: Inequality, Mobility, and Translocal Networks in Chinese Cities,” Studies in Comparative International Development. Vol.40, No.2, pp. 9-34.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu & Yeran Kim (2010). “Recession and Progression? Notes on Media, Labor, and Youth from East Asia,” International Journal of Communication. Vol. 4: 630-648.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu & Liuning Zhou (2005). “Through the Prism of Internet Cafe: Managing access to an ecology of games,” China Information. Vol.19, Iss.2, pp. 261-297.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu, (2002). “Chinese Hackerism in Retrospect: Stories of a new revolutionary army," MFC Insight. Septempter 17, 2002.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu, (2002). “Coming to Terms with Informational Stratification in the People's Republic of China," Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal. Vol.20, No. 1. pp. 157-180.
  • 邱林川(2002). “多重现实:对李文和案的定型与抗争,《新闻与传播研究》第十卷,第二期,页63-74
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu, (2001). “Chinese Opinions Collide Online: Civil discussions following the US-China plane collision.” Online Journalism Review. April 12.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu, (2001). “Updates for China's Internet Censorship (1999-2000),” Communications Law in Transition Newsletter. February 2001, Vol.2, No.3.
  • Joo-yong Jung, Jack Linchuan Qiu & Yong-chan Kim, (2001). “Internet
  • Connectedness & Inequality: Beyond the 'digital divide',” Vol. 28, No. 2, Communication Research. pp. 507-535.
  • Sorin Matei, Sandra Ball-Rokeach & Jack Linchuan Qiu, (2001). “Fear &
  • Misperception of Los Angeles Urban Space: A spatial-statistical study of mental maps,” Vol. 28, No. 2,Communication Research. pp. 429-463.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu, (1999/2000). “Virtual Censorship in China: Keeping the gates between the cyber-spaces,” the International Journal of Communications Law & Policy, 1999/2000, winter, No.4, pp.1-25.
  • 邱林川,1997). “信息高速公路与中华文明的复兴,《现代传播》第四期, 37- 42
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2010). “Chinese Techno-Nationalism and Global WiFi Policy,” in Curtin, M., & Shah, H. (eds). Re-orienting Global Communication: Indian and Chinese Media Beyond Borders. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press. pp. 284-303.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2009). “Life and Death in the Chinese Informational City: The
  • Challenges of Working-Class ICTs and the Information Have-Less,” in Alampay, E. (ed). Living the Information Society in Asia. Manila: Institute of Southeast Asia Studies. pp. 130-157.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu & Nina Hachigian (2005). “E-Government in China,” China in the Global Economy: Governance in China. Paris: The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. pp. 133-168.
  • Manuel Castells, Mireia Fernandez-Ardevol, Jack Linchuan Qiu, and Araba Sey (2005). “Electronic Communication and Socio-Political Mobilization,” in Glasius, M., Kaldor, M., & Anheier, H. (eds). Global Civil Society 2005/6. London: Sage Publications. pp. 266-285.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2004). “China and the Internet: Technologies of freedom in a statist information society,” In Manuel Castells (ed.). The Network Society: A global perspective. London: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. pp. 99-124.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu & Joseph Man Chan (2004). “China Internet Studies: A review of the field,” In Helen Nissenbaum & Monroe Price (eds.). The Academy & the Internet. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. pp. 275-307.
  • Randall Kluver & Jack Linchuan Qiu (2003). “China, the Internet, & Democracy,” In Indrajit Banerjee (ed.). Rhetoric & Reality: The Internet Challenge for Democracry in Asia. Singapore: Eastern Universities Press.
  • Joseph Man Chan & Jack Linchuan Qiu (2001). “Media Liberalisation in China,” In Monroe Price, Beata Rozumilowicz, & Stefaan Verhulst (eds.). Media Reform: Democratising the media, democratising the state. London: Routledge. pp. 27­46.
  • Jack Linchuan Qiu (2000). “Interpreting the Dengist Rhetoric of Building Socialism with Chinese Characteristics,” in D. Ray Heisey (ed.). Chinese Perspectives on Rhetoric & Communication. Stamford, CT: Ablex. pp. 249-264. 

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