My work has been published in many peer-reviewed journals, including Games and Culture, China Information and the Chinese Journal of Communication. I am also a contributing author for the books China’s Contested Internet, edited by Guobin Yang, and Online Society in China, edited by David Herold and Peter Marolt.
Here are some selected publications and links:
- Szablewicz, M. (2015). A Realm of Mere Representation? “Live” E-sports Spectacles and the Crafting of China’s Digital Gaming Image, Games and Culture (online first)
- Szablewicz, M. (2014). The Losers of China’s Internet: Memes as ‘Structures of Feeling’ for Disillusioned Young Netizens, China Information 28(2): 259-275.
- Lindtner, S. and Szablewicz, M. (2011). China’s Many Internets: Participation and Sites of Game Play Across a Changing Technology Landscape. In Herold, D. & Marolt, P.W. (Eds.) Online Society in China. New York: Routledge. Access an earlier version of the paper here.
- Szablewicz, M. (2011). From Addicts to Athletes: Participation in the Discursive Construction of Digital Games in Urban China, Selected Papers of Internet Research.
- Szablewicz, M. (2010). The Ill Effects of Opium for the Spirit: A Critical Cultural Analysis of China’s Internet Addiction Moral Panic, Chinese Journal of Communication 3(4): 453-470.
Below is a video in which I introduce my journal article “The Ill Effects of Opium for the Spirit: A Critical Cultural Analysis of China’s Internet Addiction Moral Panic”: