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Work-in-Progress Workshop

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7th September, 2018
14:00-16:00,
Room 813, Jockey Club Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong

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Symposium on Digital Research into Media and Politics: International and Hong Kong Studies

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Digital media platforms are increasingly the places where people engage in politics and with the news. How people talk about public affairs online and act on political matters can potentially shed light on issues of ....

Digital media platforms are increasingly the places where people engage in politics and with the news. How people talk about public affairs online and act on political matters can potentially shed light on issues of political behaviour, dynamics of public opinion formation, the rise of collective and connective actions, and so on. Meanwhile, the study....

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Inaugural Forum: What is Hong Kong Studies? Paradigms, Puzzles and Perspectives

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In this inaugural forum of the Society for Hong Kong Studies, a group of scholars from across the disciplines will reflect on how they have approached and conceptualized Hong Kong in their wide-ranging work, both historical and contemporary. You are invited to join this lively discussion to rethink the past, present and future of Hong Kong Studies. We will also introduce the Society’s goals, activities and visions.

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WHO WE ARE.

Society for Hong Kong Studies (SHKS) is a non-profit, non-partisan, independent professional association based in Hong Kong. Formed in 2017 by more than 250 academics in 21 countries, the SHKS serves as a global platform for the multi-disciplinary and inter-institutional study of Hong Kong.

Our main objective is to facilitate local and international dialogues and collaborations among scholars and students of Hong Kong history, politics, society and culture. Through building a scholarly community across the social sciences and the humanities, we also hope to encourage the development of new theories, concepts, and methods of studying Hong Kong, its relations to China, Asia and beyond.

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