Chinese Perspectives on Journalism and Communication
With the increasing impact of China on global affairs, Chinese perspectives on journalism and communication are on the growing global demand. This series focuses on theory and research-oriented scholarship on journalism and communication broadly defined from Chinese perspectives, aided by a variety of methods, and informed by indigenous, interdisciplinary, intercultural or global approaches.
Series Editor: Wenshan Jia is a Professor of communication at Shandong University and Chapman University.
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Science in Movements Knowledge Control and Social Contestation in China’s Hydropower, GMO and Nuclear Controversies
By Zhou Yan
October 19, 2021
As the Internet has reshaped the way we communicate, people’s reading has become more fragmented and attention has been directed to a more concise and general form of language that outlines the most important information. This language of the internet, a language system that concentrates on the ...
By Hepeng Jia
July 06, 2021
This book analyses and compares the origins, evolutionary patterns and consequences of different science and technology controversies in China, including hydropower resistance, disputes surrounding genetically modified organisms and the nuclear power debate. The examination combines social movement...
By Woody Bing Liu
June 29, 2021
Convergent Journalism is an online news system that uses a range of media and methods to collect and present information. With the advent and growth of the Internet, this form of news has been flourishing globally and has become the mainstream in China. In 2014, the Chinese Government established ...
By Hailong Liu
November 20, 2019
Propaganda is subjective information primarily used to influence an audience and further a political agenda. In China, it has a long history but has been most effective in modern society. What exactly is propaganda? Why does it exist and why does the public tolerate it? The book answers these ...
Edited By Liu Hailong
February 25, 2019
This book gives a deep description of a new trend in Chinese cyber-nationalism through an examination of Diba Expedition 2016. The eight chapters, written by researchers from the United States and China, touch on the topics of history, mobilization, and the organization of new cyber ...
By Miao Huang
December 11, 2018
This book focuses on the transformation of Chinese newspaper companies in aspects of managerial strategies, newsroom practices and interactions with national policies. The comparative case study of two publishers comprises empirical evidence from editors, editor-in-chiefs, commercial staff, ...
By Yunze Zhao, Ping Sun
May 02, 2018
From a modern perspective, journalism is highly relevant to modern society, along with the emergence of mass printing system and professionalisation. This book, however, expands the meaning of journalism and views it as a social process. It will not only explore the roots and development of Chinese...