Development of the Relation Between Civil Rights and State Power in the New Media Era

Longji ZHOU

Abstract


In general, the relation between civil rights and state power is moderate in modern society. However, the arrival of the new media era has undoubtedly added such moderate relation some new content. In the new media era, citizens and state organs have realized benign interaction between civil rights and state power. On one hand, the influence of civil rights on public decision and the supervision of state power operation continue strengthening; on the other hand, state power actively cooperates and protects the execution of civil rights by using self-restricting mechanism and response mechanism.


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New media; Civil rights; State power

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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