Publications

Edited collections

Marolt, P., & Herold, D.K. (Eds). (2015). China Online: Locating society in online spaces. London and New York: Routledge. See: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9781138809291/

Herold, D.K. (Ed.). (2012). Proceedings of the SLACTIONS 2011 Research Conference: Life, imagination, and work using metaverse platforms, HK Polytechnic University November 18th, 2011. Hong Kong: CoreSL, Department of Applied Social Sciences, HK Polytechnic University.

Herold, D.K., Rybas, N., & Minocha, S. (Guest editors). (2012). Assembled issue of the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 5(1). See: http://jvwresearch.org/index.php/past-issues/51-assembled-2012

Herold, D.K., Sawhney, H., & Fortunati, L. (Eds). (2012). Understanding creative uses of ICTs: Users as social actors. London and New York: Routledge. See:
http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415697477/

Herold, D.K., & Marolt, P. (Eds). (2011). Online Society in China: Creating, celebrating, and instrumentalising the online carnival. London and New York: Routledge. See:
http://www.routledge.com/books/On-Line-Society-in-China-isbn9780415565394

Herold, D.K. (Guest Editor). (2010). Special Issue on ICT Adoption and User Choices. The Information Society 26(4).

Herold, D.K. (Guest Editor). (2009). Special issue on the Political Culture of Web 2.0 in Asia. Knowledge, Technology, and Policy 22(2).

Journal articles and book chapters

Herold, D.K. (IN PRESS). Internet vigilantism and Chinese nationalism. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. Oxford and Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.

Herold, D.K. (IN PRESS). The blended lives of young Chinese online. In L. Hjorth, & O. Khoo (Eds), The Routledge Handbook of New Media in Asia. London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K., & de Seta, G. (IN PRESS). Through the Looking Glass: Twenty years of Chinese Internet research. The Information Society.

Jin, G., & Herold, D.K. (2015). Gold farmers and water army: Digital playbour with Chinese characteristics. In P. Marolt, & D.K.Herold (Eds), China Online: Locating society in online spaces (pp. 111-124). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. (2015). Users, not netizens: spaces and practices on the Chinese Internet. In P. Marolt, & D.K.Herold (Eds), China Online: Locating society in online spaces (pp. 20-30). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. (2012). Defining the nation: Creating ‘China’ on a bridge-blogging website. China Media Research 8(4), 39-49. See http://www.chinamediaresearch.net/

Herold, D.K. (2012). Escaping the world: A Chinese perspective on Virtual Worlds. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 5(2). See: https://journals.tdl.org/jvwr/article/view/6206/6040

Herold, D.K. (2012). Digital na(t)ives: Discourses of exclusion in an inclusive society. In E. Loos, L. Haddon, & E. Mante-Meijer (Eds), Generational use of new media (pp. 71-87). Farnham and Burlington: Ashgate.

Chow, M., Herold, D. K., Choo, T.-M., & Chan, K. (2012). Extending the technology acceptance model to explore the intention to use Second Life for enhancing healthcare education. Computers & Education, 59(4), 1136–1144. doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2012.05.011

Herold, D.K. (2012). Imagining China: Online expatriates as “Bridge Bloggers” on the Chinese Internet. In L. Fortunati, R. Pertierra & J. Vincent (Eds), Migrations, diaspora and information technology in global societies (pp. 243-256). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. (2012). Rage and reflection – Chinese nationalism online between emotional venting and measured opinion. In P.-L. Law (Ed.), New connectivities in China: Virtual, actual, and local interactions (pp. 23-35). Berlin, Amsterdam, and New York: Springer.

Herold, D.K. (2012). Second life and academia: Reframing the debate between supporters and critics. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 5(1). See: http://journals.tdl.org/jvwr/article/view/6156/5976

Herold, D.K., Sawhney, H., & Fortunati, L. (2012). Understanding creative uses of ICTs: Users as social actors. In D.K. Herold, H. Sawhney, & L. Fortunati. Understanding creative uses of ICTs: Users as social actors (pp. 1-7). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. (2011). Managing Open Violence in China. East Asian Policy, 3(4), 105-114.

Herold, D.K. (2011). Human flesh search engines: Carnivalesque riots as components of a ‘Chinese democracy’. In D. K. Herold & P. Marolt (Eds), Online Society in China: Creating, celebrating, and instrumentalising the online carnival (pp. 127-145). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. (2011). Netizens and Citizens, cyberspace and modern China. In D. K. Herold & P. Marolt (Eds), Online Society in China: Creating, celebrating, and instrumentalising the online carnival (pp. 200-208). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. (2011). Noise, spectacle, politics: Carnival in Chinese cyberspace. In D. K. Herold & P. Marolt (Eds), Online Society in China: Creating, celebrating, and instrumentalising the online carnival (pp. 1-19). London and New York: Routledge.

Farrall, K. N., & Herold, D. K. (2011). Identity vs. anonymity: Chinese netizens and questions of identifiability. In D. K. Herold & P. Marolt (Eds), Online Society in China: Creating, celebrating, and instrumentalising the online carnival (pp. 165-183). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. 2010. Imperfect Use? ICT Provisions and Human Decisions. The Information Society 26(4): 243-246. (DOI 10.1080/01972243.2010.489497)

Herold, D.K. 2010. Mediating Media Studies – Stimulating Critical Awareness in a virtual environment. Computers & Education 54(3): 791-798. (DOI 10.1016/j.compedu.2009.10.019)

Herold, D.K. 2010. Nationalism vs. Democracy – China’s bloggers and the Western Media. In: Yao, S., Wu, B., Sutherland, D., & Morgan, S. (Eds). Sustainable Reform and Development in Post-Olympic China (pp. 171-189). London and New York: Routledge.

Herold, D.K. 2009. Cultural Politics and Political Culture of Web 2.0 in Asia. Knowledge, Technology, and Policy 22(2): 89-94. (DOI 10.1007/s12130-009-9076-x)

Herold, D.K. 2009. Virtual Education: Teaching Media Studies in Second Life. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research 2(1). Accessible via https://journals.tdl.org/jvwr/article/view/380/454.

Herold, D.K. 2008. Development of a civic society online? – Internet Vigilantism and State Control in Chinese Cyberspace. Asia Journal of Global Studies 2(1): 26-37.

Invited papers

Whisper Campaigns: Market risks through online rumours on the Chinese Internet. Paper given to the workshop “Markets and safety risks: Rising threats and potential outcomes in an internationalizing world” held at the HK Polytechnic University, May 2-3, 2014.

Users not netizens: China’s wangyou and the gaze of the observer. Keynote paper given at the conference “Open spaces and closed doors: The Internet in China, held at the University of Lund, Sweden, November 25-26, 2013.

China’s iconic blogger Han Han. Seminar Paper to the East Asia Institute, National University of Singapore, April 24, 2012.

A (Not So) Fierce Dragon: China’s Rulers and Citizen Activism. Invited Paper for the Conference on Modes of Activism and engagement in the Chinese Public Sphere, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, April 26-27, 2012.

An inter-nation-al Internet: China’s contribution to global Internet governance? Seminar Paper to the East Asia Institute, National University of Singapore, August 5, 2011.

Unlimited Possibilities? – What Second Life can and can’t do for education. Invited Paper for the Workshop on Second Life at the International Conference “Knowledge for Economic Use 2010” held at the Palacky University in Olomac, Czech Republic, September 8-9, 2010.

Second Life and Academia: Mediating between fanatics and sceptics. Keynote paper for the COST 298 “Second Life Workshop: Virtual Communities”, November 18, 2009.

Imagining China: Online expatriates as “bridge bloggers” on the Chinese Internet. Paper for the Workshop “East meets West: Dialogue between Broadband Societies”, October 27, 2009.

Life at the Carnival: Netizens in China’s Cyberspace, past and future. Invited paper to the Hong Kong Anthropological Society, May 27, 2009.

The Chinese internet as carnival: Using Bakhtin to study Chinese netizens. Invited Paper to the Seminar of the Anthropology Department of the Chinese University Hong Kong on February 6, 2009.