The Transformation of Political Communication in China: From Propaganda to Hegemony
This book examines different dynamics such as marketisation, globalisation and new media technologies that have driven the transformation of China''s media industry OCo one of the primary battlegrounds where ideological, social and economic struggles are fought OCo against the backdrop of the growing tensions between economic growth, globalisation, and political control in China.
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Chapter I Introduction
Chapter II The Chinese Media in Historical Context
Chapter III Unleashed Forces at Work
Chapter IV Managing the Forces to Stay in Power with Legitimacy
Chapter V Negotiation between the Partystate and Media Organisations
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