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China's media in the emerging world order

Author: Hugo de Burgh
Publisher: Buckingham : University of Buckingham Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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China is challenging the mighty behemoths, Google and Facebook, and creating alternative New Media.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugo de Burgh
ISBN: 1908684348 9781908684349
OCLC Number: 1002125164
Description: 259 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Chapter by Chapter --
The limitations --
1.China Comes Out --
1.1.Overview of China's Media Abroad --
1.2.African and other markets --
1.3.The defence of China's interests abroad --
1.4.Esteem --
1.5.Countering hostile propaganda --
1.6.Current evaluations of the Chinese media abroad --
1.7.Responsible media? --
1.8.Will China succeed in accumulating `soft power'? --
2.Media in the making of modern China --
2.1.Genesis --
2.2.The `Golden Period' --
2.3.1949 --
The Great Leap Backwards --
2.4.1978: The Death of Mao and the Rebirth of China --
2.5.Journalism in the Aftermath of the Cultural Revolution --
2.6.Television --
2.7.The Democracy Movement and 4th June 1989 --
2.8.The Southern Progress --
2.9.Media in the 1990s: Commercialisation --
2.10.Harmonious Society and media at the turn of the century --
2.11.What are the media for? --
2.12.Summary --
3.The media today --
3.1.Agencies --
3.2.Newspapers --
3.3.Magazines --
3.4.Television Note continued: 3.5.Radio --
3.6.Discussion --
4.China's Babel: New Media --
4.1.Exposure --
4.2.The Chinese Internet --
4.3.Participation in politics --
4.4.Government reaction --
4.5.Transformation of offline media --
4.6.Afterword --
5.The Networksphere --
5.1.The idea of civil society --
5.2.The idea of the Public sphere --
5.3.The environment as a public issue --
5.4.The future of the public sphere --
6.Defending Identity: Managing Ideas --
6.1.The Central Propaganda Department (CPD) --
6.2.Responding to a new environment --
6.3.Instruments --
6.4.Setting parameters --
6.5.Mediating the Internet --
6.6.Access to information --
6.7.Regulation --
6.8.Morality and the public --
6.9.Culture --
6.10.Marxist-Leninist justifications --
7.The Future and Its Past --
7.1.Marxism in the departure lounge --
7.2.Taking the place of Marxism --
7.3.How do we account for these `cultural' dispositions? --
7.4.Thinking through the future --
7.5.Summary
Responsibility: Hugo de Burgh.

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This is a very important book. China is becoming the world's leading economic power and the cultural counterpart needs to be explained. China is also now one of the leading areas for new platforms Read more...

 
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