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China's media in the emerging world order

Author: Hugo de Burgh
Publisher: Buckingham : University of Buckingham Press, 2017.
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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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