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Editorial


Re-Evaluating China’s Global Media Expansion

Re-Evaluating China’s Global Media Expansion

Vivien Marsh

2018-06-13 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 143-146

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Commentary


Hegemonic Shadows: USA, China and Dewesternising Media Studies

Hegemonic Shadows: USA, China and Dewesternising Media Studies

Colin Sparks

2017-01-30 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2017 • 19-20

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Is Shanghai’s Sixth Tone a New Model for China’s Overseas Propaganda?

Is Shanghai’s Sixth Tone a New Model for China’s Overseas Propaganda?

Vincent Ni

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 37-40

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Chinese Communication Studies: Three Paths Converging

Chinese Communication Studies: Three Paths Converging

Wenshan Jia

2017-01-30 Volume 12 • Issue 1 • 2017 • 33-34

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‘See the Difference’: What Difference? The New Missions of Chinese International Communication

‘See the Difference’: What Difference? The New Missions of Chinese International Communication

Aike Li and Minsu Wu

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 41-47

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Research Articles


The Concept of ‘Local’ in Local Chinese Television: a Case Study of Southwest China’s Chongqing Television

The Concept of ‘Local’ in Local Chinese Television: a Case Study of Southwest China’s Chongqing Television

Xin Zhang

2017-06-13 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 28-41

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A Political Economy of News Media in the People’s Republic of China

A Political Economy of News Media in the People’s Republic of China

Jesse Hearns-Branaman

2017-06-13 Volume 6 • Issue 2 • 2009 • 119-143

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Digital Television Switchover: China Goes Its Own Way

Digital Television Switchover: China Goes Its Own Way

Michael Starks

2017-06-13 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 27-42

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Alliance and Tactics among Government, Media Organizations and Journalists: A Description of Public Opinion Supervision in China

Alliance and Tactics among Government, Media Organizations and Journalists: A Description of Public Opinion Supervision in China

Wusan Sun

2017-06-13 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 43-55

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Cultural Encounters between China and Britain: Key Factors in the Formation and Transfer of Ideas and Values

Cultural Encounters between China and Britain: Key Factors in the Formation and Transfer of Ideas and Values

Greg Philo

2017-06-13 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 91-110

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China’s News Media Tweeting, Competing With US Sources

China’s News Media Tweeting, Competing With US Sources

Joyce Y. M. Nip and Chao Sun

2018-06-21 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 98-122

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Exporting Chinese Culture: Industry Financing Models in Film and Television

Exporting Chinese Culture: Industry Financing Models in Film and Television

Michael Keane

2017-06-13 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 11-27

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A Small Chinese Town Television Station’s Struggle for Survival How a New Institutional Arrangement Came into Being

A Small Chinese Town Television Station’s Struggle for Survival How a New Institutional Arrangement Came into Being

Sun Wusan

2017-06-13 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 42-43

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Chinese Women in the Official Chinese Press: Discursive Constructions of Gender in Service to the State

Chinese Women in the Official Chinese Press: Discursive Constructions of Gender in Service to the State

Cara Wallis

2017-06-13 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 94-108

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Chinese TV Changes Face: The Rise of Independents

Chinese TV Changes Face: The Rise of Independents

Bonnie Liu

2017-06-13 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 73-90

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Going Public and Going Global: Chinese Internet Companies and Global Finance Networks

Going Public and Going Global: Chinese Internet Companies and Global Finance Networks

Lianrui Jia

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 17-36

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Localisation between Negotiating Forces: A Case Study of a Chinese Radio Station in the United States

Localisation between Negotiating Forces: A Case Study of a Chinese Radio Station in the United States

Sheng Zou

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 1-16

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Could Chinese News Channels Have a Future in Latin America?

Could Chinese News Channels Have a Future in Latin America?

Pablo Sebastian Morales

2018-06-13 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 60-80

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Chinese Media ‘Going Out’ in Spanish Speaking Countries: The Case of CGTN-Español

Chinese Media ‘Going Out’ in Spanish Speaking Countries: The Case of CGTN-Español

Peilei Ye and Luis A. Albornoz

2018-06-18 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 81-97

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Constructing the Hero: Nationalistic News Narratives in Contemporary China

Constructing the Hero: Nationalistic News Narratives in Contemporary China

Peter Pugsley

2017-06-13 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 78-93

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A Cultural Approach to DRM Implementation in China

A Cultural Approach to DRM Implementation in China

Tao Liu

2017-06-13 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 7-26

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How Big Is the Cage? An Examination of Local Press Autonomy in China

How Big Is the Cage? An Examination of Local Press Autonomy in China

Haiyan Wang

2017-06-13 Volume 7 • Issue 1 • 2010 • 56-72

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Book Reviews


Media Politics in China: Improvising Power under Authoritarianism by Maria Repnikova, (2017). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Media Politics in China: Improvising Power under Authoritarianism by Maria Repnikova, (2017). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Paul Gardner

2018-06-01 Volume 13 • Issue 1 • 2018 • 54-59

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Book Review: Feng Tian-yu and Xie Gui-an (2003) Destructing Despotism: Research on Neo-people- oriented Thought in Late Ming & Early Qing Dynasty , Hubei, P.R.China: Hubei Publishing House, ISBN 7-216-03727-8 / D

Book Review: Feng Tian-yu and Xie Gui-an (2003) Destructing Despotism: Research on Neo-people- oriented Thought in Late Ming & Early Qing Dynasty , Hubei, P.R.China: Hubei Publishing House, ISBN 7-216-03727-8 / D

Xia Qianfang

2017-06-13 Volume 3 • Issue 1 • 2006 • 111-113

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