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ISBN 9781032198736
March 22, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
256 Pages 11 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book focuses on China’s media diplomacy and its interplay with a range of international conflicts. It assesses the representation and framing of China, as well as the perception and reception of China’s media communication in relation to various crises and conflicts. Including detailed analyses of many cases, it highlights the complex, fluid and dynamic relationship between media and conflict, and discusses how this both exemplifies and also affects China’s relations with the outside world. In addition, in contrast to most existing studies of mediatized conflict in the digital age, it provides a very valuable non-Western perspective.

Table of Contents

 

  1. Studying media-conflict relationship through the lens of China
  2. ALTMAN YUZHU PENG AND SHIXIN IVY ZHANG

  3. Strategy-framing of International Conflicts: A Multi-dimensional Framework for Transnational Comparative Content Analysis
  4. SHUJUN LIU AND MARK BOUKES

  5. Media type and framing of the Sino-US Trade War
  6. An analysis of articles from party and nonparty news organizations in China

    XIANWEN KUANG

  7. Soft Power Clashes? China in Platform Geopolitics: Global Aspirations and Political Struggles
  8. ALESSANDRA MASSA AND GIUSEPPE ANZERA

  9. Competing narratives of the Uyghur-Han conflicts and China-West geopolitical rivalries
  10. CHI ZHANG

  11. The politics of remembering: commemorating the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea in an era of China-US rivalry
  12. YIBEN MA AND CHI ZHANG

  13. The Domain of the State: Interpreting the 2012 Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands Disputes at Liberal
  14. oriented Chinese Commercial Newspapers

    TIANTIAN DIAO

  15. How is NATO viewed in China?
  16. NATO’s strategic communication and perceptions of Zhihu users

    SHIXIN IVY ZHANG, ALTMAN YUZHU PENG AND RANNA HUANG

  17. Indian media’s China dilemma
  18. Sino-India 2020 face-off through the lens of Indian press: Analysis of editorials

    SUHAIL AHMAD

  19. China’s Overlooked Role in the Syrian Crisis
  20. SELIM ÖTERBÜLBÜL

  21. Mediatized Representation: Palestinian Online News Framing of China’s Positions on the Question of Palestine (2020-2021)
  22. SHADI ABU-AYYASH

  23. Reimagining western media portrayals of China: U.S. and Ghanaian coverage of China’s Covid-19 response

KELLY CHERNIN

 

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Editor(s)

Biography

Shixin Ivy Zhang is an Associate Professor in Journalism Studies at University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

Altman Yuzhu Peng is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick, UK