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The Resource The transformation of political communication in China : from propaganda to hegemony, Xiaoling Zhang

The transformation of political communication in China : from propaganda to hegemony, Xiaoling Zhang

Label
The transformation of political communication in China : from propaganda to hegemony
Title
The transformation of political communication in China
Title remainder
from propaganda to hegemony
Statement of responsibility
Xiaoling Zhang
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"This book examines different dynamics such as marketisation, globalisation and new media technologies that have driven the transformation of China's media industry--one of the primary battlegrounds where ideological, social and economic struggles are fought--against the backdrop of the growing tensions between economic growth, globalisation, and political control in China."--Publisher's description
Member of
Cataloging source
YDXCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1961-
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Zhang, Xiaoling
Dewey number
302.230951
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P95.82.C6
LC item number
Z39 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Series on contemporary China,
Series volume
v. 29
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  • Mass media policy
  • Communication policy
  • Communication
  • Communication in politics
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • Communication in politics
  • Communication policy
  • Communication
  • Mass media policy
  • China
Label
The transformation of political communication in China : from propaganda to hegemony, Xiaoling Zhang
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; List of Tables and Figures; Notes on Abbreviations; Chapter I Introduction; ORGANISATION OF THE BOOK; SEARCHING FOR A NEW ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK; THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THIS STUDY; Gramsci's Concept of Hegemony; Applying Gramsci's Concept to the Chinese Context; The Role of the Media in the Construction of Hegemony; METHODOLOGIES; SUMMARY; Chapter II The Chinese Media in Historical Context; LEGACIES FROM MAO'S ERA; THE MEDIA IN POST-MAO CHINA -CONTINUITIES AND CHANGES; Stage One: Marketisation; Stage Two: Conglomeration; Stage Three: Capitalisation; CONCLUSION
  • Chapter III Unleashed Forces at WorkMARKETISATION; GLOBALISATION; ADVANCES IN NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES; CONCLUSION; Chapter IV Managing the Forces to Stay in Power with Legitimacy; STRUCTURE STRENGTHENING TO ENHANCE REGULATION CAPACITIES; HEIGHTENED ATTENTION FROM TOP LEADERS TO THE MOST POPULAR AND INNOVATIVE FORMS; TAKING ADVANTAGE OF NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES; Channel for Accessing Public Opinion; IMPROVING GOVERNANCE; Construction of a Favourable Image; BOLSTERING THE CAPACITY TO WORK WITH THE MEDIA; THE OPERATION OF "MULTIPLE LAYERS OF CENSORSHIP"; Differentiated Control; Self-Censorship
  • Ambiguous Policies -- Creating an Atmosphere of Self-CensorshipRigorous Control Mechanism; Personnel Control and Certification of Journalists; REGULAR CAMPAIGNS AND BIG SCALE OPERATIONS; CONCLUSION; Chapter V Negotiation between the Party-state and Media Organisations; DIFFERENT ACTORS AFFECTING MEDIA POLICY-MAKING; HEGEMONISATION THROUGH BARGAINING AND RECIPROCITY; Media Organisations' Growing Negotiation Powers; SNAPSHOT: NEGOTIATION WITH THE STATE FOR MORE AUTONOMY; Media Construction of the Party-state as a Competent Leader; Media Credibility in Image Construction
  • Guidance of Public Opinion, Domestic and InternationalSource of Information for Policy Makers as well as for the Public; Openness, Trust and Stability; Towards a More Relaxed Media Policy; AREAS OF NEGOTIATION; TRUST AND THE LEVEL OF BARGAINING POWER; Organ Media vs. Commercial Media; National vs. Local; State-Owned vs. Private Outlets; Transnational vs. Domestic and Private; CONCLUSION; Chapter VI "Occupying the Commanding Heights"; THE SPRING FESTIVAL GALA PARTY SINCE 1983; Cross Talks and Mini-Dramas; Songs and Dances; Everlasting Themes vs. Changing Events with the Times
  • New Values and ConceptsRevamped Confucianism; CURRENT AFFAIRS PROGRAMME AS A BETTER VEHICLE SINCE 1994; The Emergence of "Focus" and Its Coverage of SARS; Selection of Topics; Timing; Level and Degree of Criticism; TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS FOR THE PROMOTION OF SOFT POWER IN THE 21ST CENTURY; Building Up Technological Capacities; CCTV News: Winning the Hearts and Minds of Foreign Publics; CONCLUSION; Chapter VII Conclusion: Chinese Media Reform between Control, Resistance and Negotiation; The Media, a Causal Factor and an Outcome of Political Changes
Control code
773799223
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 230 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814340946
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)773799223
Label
The transformation of political communication in China : from propaganda to hegemony, Xiaoling Zhang
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Acknowledgements; List of Tables and Figures; Notes on Abbreviations; Chapter I Introduction; ORGANISATION OF THE BOOK; SEARCHING FOR A NEW ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK; THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THIS STUDY; Gramsci's Concept of Hegemony; Applying Gramsci's Concept to the Chinese Context; The Role of the Media in the Construction of Hegemony; METHODOLOGIES; SUMMARY; Chapter II The Chinese Media in Historical Context; LEGACIES FROM MAO'S ERA; THE MEDIA IN POST-MAO CHINA -CONTINUITIES AND CHANGES; Stage One: Marketisation; Stage Two: Conglomeration; Stage Three: Capitalisation; CONCLUSION
  • Chapter III Unleashed Forces at WorkMARKETISATION; GLOBALISATION; ADVANCES IN NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES; CONCLUSION; Chapter IV Managing the Forces to Stay in Power with Legitimacy; STRUCTURE STRENGTHENING TO ENHANCE REGULATION CAPACITIES; HEIGHTENED ATTENTION FROM TOP LEADERS TO THE MOST POPULAR AND INNOVATIVE FORMS; TAKING ADVANTAGE OF NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES; Channel for Accessing Public Opinion; IMPROVING GOVERNANCE; Construction of a Favourable Image; BOLSTERING THE CAPACITY TO WORK WITH THE MEDIA; THE OPERATION OF "MULTIPLE LAYERS OF CENSORSHIP"; Differentiated Control; Self-Censorship
  • Ambiguous Policies -- Creating an Atmosphere of Self-CensorshipRigorous Control Mechanism; Personnel Control and Certification of Journalists; REGULAR CAMPAIGNS AND BIG SCALE OPERATIONS; CONCLUSION; Chapter V Negotiation between the Party-state and Media Organisations; DIFFERENT ACTORS AFFECTING MEDIA POLICY-MAKING; HEGEMONISATION THROUGH BARGAINING AND RECIPROCITY; Media Organisations' Growing Negotiation Powers; SNAPSHOT: NEGOTIATION WITH THE STATE FOR MORE AUTONOMY; Media Construction of the Party-state as a Competent Leader; Media Credibility in Image Construction
  • Guidance of Public Opinion, Domestic and InternationalSource of Information for Policy Makers as well as for the Public; Openness, Trust and Stability; Towards a More Relaxed Media Policy; AREAS OF NEGOTIATION; TRUST AND THE LEVEL OF BARGAINING POWER; Organ Media vs. Commercial Media; National vs. Local; State-Owned vs. Private Outlets; Transnational vs. Domestic and Private; CONCLUSION; Chapter VI "Occupying the Commanding Heights"; THE SPRING FESTIVAL GALA PARTY SINCE 1983; Cross Talks and Mini-Dramas; Songs and Dances; Everlasting Themes vs. Changing Events with the Times
  • New Values and ConceptsRevamped Confucianism; CURRENT AFFAIRS PROGRAMME AS A BETTER VEHICLE SINCE 1994; The Emergence of "Focus" and Its Coverage of SARS; Selection of Topics; Timing; Level and Degree of Criticism; TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS FOR THE PROMOTION OF SOFT POWER IN THE 21ST CENTURY; Building Up Technological Capacities; CCTV News: Winning the Hearts and Minds of Foreign Publics; CONCLUSION; Chapter VII Conclusion: Chinese Media Reform between Control, Resistance and Negotiation; The Media, a Causal Factor and an Outcome of Political Changes
Control code
773799223
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 230 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789814340946
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)773799223

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