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International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Management, 2023, 4(2); doi: 10.38007/IJSSEM.2023.040202.

New Development of National Publicity in the Internet Era


Xu Zhang

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Xu Zhang

Beijing Normal University, Beijing 100875, China


As essentially a public information space, the Internet provides new ways of public management and channels for the public to express their opinions. With features of being trans-national and cross-territorial, and specialties of pluralism, openness and public welfare, the cyberspace provides fertile ground for the public to participate in public life and cultivate public rationality, enriches the value connotation of national publicness, and provides the possibility for the development and improvement of national publicness.


Internet, State, Publicness, Public Interest, State Functions

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Xu Zhang. New Development of National Publicity in the Internet Era. International Journal of Social Sciences and Economic Management (2023), Vol. 4, Issue 2: 11-19. https://doi.org/10.38007/IJSSEM.2023.040202.


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