Marina Svensson

A Professor of Modern China and since 2016 the director of the Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies at Lund University and responsible for the PhD-programme. She conducts interdisciplinary research and focuses on a range of different topics related to contemporary Chinese society, such as: human rights, cultural heritage, journalism and media, China’s digital society, documentary film and photography and digital ethnography.

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Articles by Marina Svensson

  1. Chinese youth: Domestic issues and transnational developments

    The increasing investment in and emphasis on ideological and political education at Chinese universities, and statements, including by Xi Jinping himself, and other policies related to youth and higher education, reveals a growing concern about youth. This article provides a brief overview of developments and policies affecting Chinese youth, including the emergence of new values among them.

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