To what extent does China’s decision to censor Google limit the amount of academic information available to its university students studying political science?
Hey, this is really good! I see a major improvement from your first draft. Everything in this is clear and specific. You even specified what the students that are censored from google are studying. Great job, i have no critiques!
This question seems pretty good and I do agree with Chris about seeing much improvement. Just one thing you might want to consider is being more specific of what China censored. For example, did they censor Google as a whole just their maps? The second part of this question you seemed to do a really good job on being specific and really narrowing it down.
Good Job Yevgeny!!!!
This is a good improvement from your last question. I think you made this as specific as possible and I find your topic very interesting. I don’t think I would change anything about it. Like Chris said you even specified the topic of study of Chinese college students, good work!
Uhhhhhh, this question is a major improvement form your last one and I wouldn’t change anything about it.
Nice job! My only suggestion would be to have you clarify where that academic information is. I assume that you mean academic information that can be found via general search engines, but I think you need to mention that in your question.
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