The Impact of Social Networking Sites on Feminism in China



What is the role of Social Networking Sites in feminism in China? Feminism is a very complicated problem. First, it has experienced different stages of development. Second, it is inclusive both in theory and in practice. With the rise of Social Networking Sites in China, female self consciousness has risen. First, we should regard feminism as an integral issue. Secondly, the feminism issues still need to be based on the economy. Thirdly, we should establish our values on the basis of historical materialism.


Feminism; Entirety; Historical materialism

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