This article highlights the way in which Chinese protestors resisting home eviction and demolition have begun to develop innovative, media-savvy tactics for winning public sympathy for their causes and framing their plights as unjust, and considers the political implications of this trend.
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Steve Hess; Nail-Houses, Land Rights, and Frames of Injustice on China's Protest Landscape. Asian Survey 1 October 2010; 50 (5): 908–926. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2010.50.5.908
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