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Media and Communication in China in early 21 century: Changes, Continuities, and Challenges

Liu, Jun LU (2013) the 11th biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for China Studies
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Both media and communication in China have continuously attracted the attention of not only academia, but also governments, corporations, media, and the general public. The Chinese state's control over the media and public communication, has captured particular interest. Few scholars, however, have examined this topic empirically and from multiple perspectives. The researchers on this panel undertake empirical and in-depth examinations of the continuities, challenges, and changes in the state’s control over the Chinese media and communication system. The four papers look at the party-state’s control tactics, as well as journalism education and practices, including struggles and resistance to political pressures. These studies illustrate illustrates the opinions and experiences of a diverse range of actors, including critical journalists, provincial propaganda authorities, and foreign journalists in China, among others. Theoretically, this panel contributes to the scholarship on political control on media and communication as well as journalistic practices and news production in non-democratic settings.
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the 11th biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for China Studies
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  author       = {Liu, Jun},
  keyword      = {Both media and communication in China have continuously attracted the attention of not only academia,but also governments,corporations,media,and the general public. The Chinese state's control over the media and public communication,has captured particular interest. Few scholars,however,have examined this topic empirically and from multiple perspectives. The researchers on this panel undertake empirical and in-depth examinations of the continuities,challenges,and changes in the state’s control over the Chinese media and communication system. The four papers look at the party-state’s control tactics,as well as journalism education and practices,including struggles and resistance to political pressures. These studies illustrate illustrates the opinions and experiences of a diverse range of actors,including critical journalists,provincial propaganda authorities,and foreign journalists in China,among others. Theoretically,this panel contributes to the scholarship on political control on media and communication as well as journalistic practices and news production in non-democratic settings.},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Media and Communication in China in early 21 century: Changes, Continuities, and Challenges},
  year         = {2013},
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