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Collective Information Security in Large-Scale Urban Protests: the Case of Hong Kong [article]

Martin R. Albrecht, Jorge Blasco, Rikke Bjerg Jensen, Lenka Mareková
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill protests in Hong Kong present a rich context for exploring information security practices among protesters due to their large-scale urban setting and highly digitalised  ...  We further show how group administrators had assumed the roles of leaders in these 'leaderless' protests and were critical to collective protest efforts.  ...  The research of Mareková was supported by the EPSRC and the UK Government as part of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security at Royal Holloway, University of London (EP/P009301/1).  ... 
arXiv:2105.14869v1 fatcat:3hoyj4w4c5godj7y5345qzsmky

Physical Environment of Tall Residential Buildings: The Case of Hong Kong [chapter]

Stephen S.Y. Lau
2010 High-Rise Living in Asian Cities  
Both quantitative and qualitative appraisals of Hong Kong residents living in high-rise buildings are used to analyse the environmental challenges.  ...  Recommendations for improvements using current practices in Hong Kong and possible solutions for the future are also discussed.  ...  Many areas in Hong Kong are topographically confined by hills and the air pollution dispersion in these areas is inhibited (Hong Kong Use of Solar Energy -Roof and exposed areas for collection of solar  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-90-481-9738-5_3 fatcat:66zc65ivjbe6ndrk2gfvd7axou

Changing Repertoires of Contention in Hong Kong: A Case Study on the Anti-Extradition Bill Movement

Hiu-Fung Chung
2020 China Perspectives  
transformation in terms of scale and intensity of participation.  ...  ) based on affective solidarity and flexible forms of resistance rooted in people's everyday lives. 16 With the enactment of the Hong Kong National Security Law (Gongkeoi gwokngonfaat ) on 30 June 2020  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.10476 fatcat:4mz3hp2l4fclxgyzzns6xdfhti

Embedment of "Liquid" Capital into the Built Environment: The Case of REIT Investment in Hong Kong

NATACHA AVELINE-DUBACH
2016 Issues & studies - Institute of International Relations  
This paper attempts to delineate the distinctive urban outcomes of securitization techniques applied to real estate, taking Hong Kong REITs (H-REITs) as a case study.  ...  Since the Global Financial Crisis, the notion of securitization has become familiar to urban scholars, though research has been limited to mortgage-backed securities.  ...  Acknowledgment This research was supported by a Grant from the French National Research Agency (ANR FINURBASIE, ANR-12-BSH1-0014), and residence allowances in Hong Kong provided by the French National  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1013251116400014 fatcat:p2stre6rfzg6rbcq3vndfxfoku

IMMIGRANTS AS VOTERS IN ELECTORAL AUTOCRACIES: THE CASE OF MAINLAND CHINESE IMMIGRANTS IN HONG KONG

Stan Hok-Wui Wong, Ngok Ma, Wai-man Lam
2018 Journal of East Asian Studies  
We provide a case study of mainland Chinese immigrants in Hong Kong to illustrate our argument.  ...  In addition, we find no evidence that exposure to political information can change the immigrants' vote choice.  ...  In the case of Hong Kong, the co-optation task is largely done by pro-Beijing parties and a number of intermediate organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1017/jea.2017.29 fatcat:nrixvqj2urhahhyfpp3whamyb4

An Exploratory Study of the Role and Identity of Alternative Media in Hong Kong: The Cases of Radical HK and WK News

Marta Soler Alemany
2020 Clivatge  
Este artículo explora el rol y la autopercepción de los medios de los medios de comunicación alternativos en Hong Kong.  ...  The second part explores the qualitative research methods based on the case study of Worker News (WK News) and Radical Hong Kong (Radical HK) while presenting the case selection and data collection processes  ...  consciousness that the protest against the National Security Bill exemplified.  ... 
doi:10.1344/clivatge2020.8.3 fatcat:vm6pods7ybejtppov54khm3h5q

Business (Teaching) as Usual Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Case Study of Online Teaching Practice in Hong Kong

Tsz Kit Ng, Rebecca Reynolds, Man Yi (Helen) Chan, Xiu Han Li, Samuel Kai Wah Chu
2020 Journal of Information Technology Education  
In Hong Kong, one of the first few cities where the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak was first reported, school classes have been suspended since the end of Lunar New Year on February 3, 2020.  ...  Contribution: Since early February 2020, school classes have been suspended amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Hong Kong, one of the first cities where the coronavirus outbreak was first reported.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We thank Amy Wu, Christy Kwok, and Rohan Rajpal for providing support for the research and writing of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.28945/4620 fatcat:jln6yyitirhv7k3vz6lbzo2ysa

The internationalizing of universities: A comparative case study of a British university and a Hong Kong university

Wendy Woon-Yin Chan
2007 Journal of Research in International Education  
The study uses a case study approach, involving the selection of two contrasting universities, namely, the University of Leicester and Hong Kong Baptist University.  ...  Guided by a literature review and five specific research questions, in-depth interviews and documentary analysis were carried out in Hong Kong and Leicester between July 2005 and April 2006.  ...  the two case universities, one in the UK and the other in Hong Kong?  ... 
doi:10.1177/1475240907085942 fatcat:hnfos24p3vcgrnddunv64ehbkm

Social movements in China and Hong Kong: the expansion of protest space

2010 ChoiceReviews  
At the same time, the expansion of the educated middle-class Hong Kong people has led to their greater political activity, resulting in several large-scale protest movements in recent years. 10 The April  ...  5 th Group has helped organise several successful, DEFINING HONG KONG AS AN EMERGING PROTEST SPACE large-scale, annual protest marches such as the annual candlelight vigil since 1990 in commemoration  ...  Chan & Shiu-hing Lo, Historical Dictionary of the Hong Kong SAR and the Macao SAR (Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2006) , pp. 16-17, 47-49, 74-75. 7 Private conversation with DP veteran Szeto Wah in Hong  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.47-5732 fatcat:67lejlzr7nh5tlkhwnjttbk7uq

Policing Transnational Protests in an Asian Context: The WTO Sixth Ministerial Conference in Hong Kong

Lawrence Ka-ki Ho
2019 Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal  
This study utilizes the analytical framework developed by della Porta and Reiter on transnational protest management to study the policing of the Sixth WTO Ministerial Conference (MC6) held in Hong Kong  ...  Societal intolerance to "law-breaking" behaviour, the absence of strong civic movements and traditions and prudent actions by officers all assisted the Hong Kong Police in containing unrest from transnational  ...  Lee (2018) , Internet alternative media, movement experience, and radicalism: The case of post-Umbrella Movement Hong Kong, Social Movement Studies, Vol. 17, No. 2,  ... 
doaj:e8c54dc67467452992e2243713a9c16d fatcat:t6ppkzrrzzcm5nvcajwvdnyvdm

Protest response and willingness to pay for culturally significant urban trees: Implications for Contingent Valuation Method

Alex Y. Lo, C.Y. Jim
2015 Ecological Economics  
The survey involved 800 residents requested to state their WTP for preserving the culturally significant stonewall trees in urban Hong Kong. About 28% of respondents returned a zero WTP.  ...  A critical concern is the existence of a large proportion of survey respondents providing zero willingness-to-pay (WTP) and that these responses are not amenable to economic theory -known as 'protest'  ...  Most people in Hong Kong live in high-rise residential buildings guarded by security checkpoints.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.03.012 fatcat:z3vlsox3wfcbleiwznyj2pyari

Protest Leadership in Rural China

Lianjiang Li, Kevin J. O'brien
2008 The China Quarterly  
Rural protest leaders in China play a number of roles.  ...  plan collective action has largely been left to psychologists, journalists, and activists, 3 rather than sociologists or political scientists.  ...  out-of-the-ordinary experiences (e.g. having been in the army or an urban wage worker).  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0305741008000015 fatcat:h37eq5qovrcfvo7t3bdb7qpjg4

Chaos on Campus: Universities and Mass Political Protest

Sirianne Dahlum, Tore Wig
2019 Social Science Research Network  
This article investigates whether universities give rise to political protest, drawing on geocoded information on the location and characteristics of universities and protest events in the 1991-2016 period  ...  We also provide descriptive evidence on the nature of university-related protests, showing that they are more likely to emerge in dictatorships and that protests in university locations are more likely  ...  Gates, Magnus Rasmussen, Kyle Marquardt and participants at the workshops "Autocratic Diversity" at the University of Aarhus and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3356988 fatcat:znusx6vfrjhy3ig2owt433k37i

Authoritarian deliberation : the case of Hong Kong

Hua Ma
2010
Deliberation is not usually expected in an authoritarian regime; however, the Hong Kong case shows that authoritarian deliberation is possible, although limited.  ...  This thesis argues that deliberation in a context of an existing strong civil society and civil liberties like in Hong Kong is probably irreversible.  ...  (Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, 117) Case 3 : 3 Welfare Policy: The Case of Social Welfare Hong Kong is a wealthy city in many people's eyes, but there are still a large number of people  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0071363 fatcat:ekvb4woxsrdmrbpf6pw5rjyg7m

Churches in Contestation: Asian Christian Social Protest

Joseph Tamney, Parig Digan
1985 Sociological Analysis  
CHURCHES IN CONTESTATION The Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America (Maryknoll) recruits and trains people for overseas missionary service.  ...  The books published, however, reflect the opinions of their authors and are not meant to represent the official position of the society.  ...  In any case, large-scale phenomena require large-scale explanations, in which generalization must necessarily range far beyond all the facts that can be collected in any one head.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3710900 fatcat:iukg3qisrrdcxfzabrbaee6m7y
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