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Gamers, state and online games

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Anthony Y.H. Fung

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

Freedom of the press and plurality of ideas have been enduring issues in the study of the media. Many studies have documented the manipulative and pol    Read more...
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The changing role of copyright in China’s emergent media economy

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Lucy Montgomery

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

Copyright, which ‘protects the rights of creators of literary and artistic works, and of those who purchase or otherwise obtain those rights’ is deepl    Read more...
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The politics and poetics of television documentary in China

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Qing Cao

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

The year 2011 was deemed ‘documentary channel year’ (jilupian yuan nian) in China due largely to the rising market demand for documentary films and th    Read more...
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The geographical clustering of Chinese media production

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Michael Keane

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

Studies of China’s media have in the main privileged the nation-state. As the home of China Central Television (CCTV), the People’s Daily and a host o    Read more...
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Live television production of media events in China

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Limin Liang

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

The countdown to the Beijing Olympics in 2008, widely seen as China’s ‘coming-out party’, started almost as soon as the city won the Olympic bid in 20    Read more...
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Contemporary Chinese historical television drama as a cultural genre

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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George Dawei Guo

Print publication date: May 2015
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In the mid-1990s a wave of dramatic serials featuring the legendary figures of China’s bygone dynasties began to dominate dramatic programming on Chin    Read more...
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Internationalisation of China’s television

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

Authored by
Junhao Hong

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

China’s television represents a highly complicated media system. Not only is it one of the largest television systems in the world and one of the worl    Read more...
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Negotiated discursive struggles in hyper-marketised and oligopolistic media system

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Charles Chi-wai Cheung

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

Hong Kong political communication researchers stress that the struggles between the Chinese government and local media make Hong Kong an ideal ‘labora    Read more...
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Chinese international broadcasting, public diplomacy and soft power

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Gary D. Rawnsley

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

For one of the few times in its history, this famously inward-looking nation is vulnerable to how it is seen abroad. How China is perceived by other n    Read more...
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Decoding the Chinese media in flux

Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media

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Yunya Song

Print publication date: May 2015
Online publication date: April 2015

Given there is no substitute for ‘being there’, the US press corps’ first-hand reporting from China is considered to carry considerable weight with Ch    Read more...
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