The story of SKS - on community construction, trust and enterpreneurship
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Xiaoxiao, Y. (2006). The story of SKS - on community construction, trust and enterpreneurship [Video file]. http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/131695
Thanks to the recent research interest this film has aroused, the author would like to say something about the background of the film and her concern here: This one hour film is produced based on a one-year fieldwork in 2005. It will be included as Appendix in the author's thesis, which is due to be submitted by end of 2007. The chapters based on the data contained in this video contribute a significant part of her thesis. Therefore if other researchers are interested in publishing papers based on the data in this video, please wait until the end of 2007 or told otherwise. If the knowledge drawn from the data contributes a significant part in their papers, please contact the author of the film to discuss the issue of reference / acknowledgement / authorship. Thank you very much in advance for understanding the special nature of a PhD thesis required by the University of Cambridge. Xiaoxiao Yan, 03 July 2006 email@example.com, PhD candidate from the Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge University.
This film tells the story of a young Chinese phd student trying to set up a company with his girlfriend with the help of broadband technology. 1.05 minutes mpeg-4 video. player requirement: the newest version of quicktime.
online community, e-commerce, internet, trust, enterpreneur, China
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