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Media Power In Hong Kong

Author : Charles Chi-wai Cheung
ISBN : 9781317266587
Genre : Social Science
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Studies of Hong Kong media primarily examine whether China will crush Hong Kong’s media freedom. This book however traces the root problem of Hong Kong media back to the colonial era, demonstrating that before the resumption of Chinese sovereignty there already existed a uniquely Hong Kong brand of hyper-marketized and oligopolistic media system. The system, encouraged by the British colonial government, was subsequently aggravated by the Chinese government. This peculiar system is highly susceptible to state intervention and structurally disadvantaged dissent and marginal groups before and after 1997. The book stresses that this hyper-marketized media system has been constantly challenged. Through a historical study of media stigmatization of youth, this book proposes that over the years various counter forces have penetrated the structurally lopsided Hong Kong media: independent, public, popular and news media all make occasional subversive alliances to disrupt the mainstream, and news media, with a strong liberal professionalism, provide the most subversive space for challenging cultural hegemony. The book offers an alternative and fascinating account of the dynamics between hegemonic closure and day-to-day resistance in Hong Kong media in both the colonial and post-colonial eras, arguing that the Hong Kong case generates important insights for understanding ideological struggles in capitalist media.

Television Regulation And Media Policy In China

Author : Yik-Chan Chin
ISBN : 9781135042042
Genre : Political Science
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Since the late 1990s, there has been a crucial and substantial transformation in China’s television system involving institutional, structural and regulatory changes. Unravelling the implications of these changes is vital for understanding the politics of Chinese media policy-making and regulation, and thus a comprehensive study of this history has never been more essential. This book studies the transformation of the policy and regulation of the Chinese television sector within a national political and economic context from 1996 to the present day. Taking a historical and sociological approach, it engages in the theoretical debates over the nature of the transformation of media in the authoritarian Chinese state; the implications of the ruling party’s political legitimacy and China’s central-local conflicts upon television policy-making and market structure; and the nature of the media modernisation process in a developing country. Its case studies include broadcasting systems in Shanghai and Guangdong, which demonstrate that varied polices and development strategies have been adopted by television stations, reflecting different local circumstances and needs. Arguing that rather than being a homogenous entity, China has demonstrated substantial local diversity and complex interactions between local, national and global media, this book will be of interest to students and scholars of Chinese media, politics and policy, and international communications.

China S Approach To Central Asia

Author : Weiqing Song
ISBN : 9781317672524
Genre : Social Science
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This book examines, comprehensively, the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation, the regional organisation which consists of China, Russia and most of the Central Asian countries. It charts the development of the Organisation from the establishment of its precursor, the Shanghai Five, in 1996, through its own foundation in 2001 to the present. It considers the foreign policy of China and of the other member states, showing how the interests and power of the member states determine the Organisation’s institutions, functional development and relations with non-members. It explores the Organisation’s activities in the fields of politics and security co-operation, economic and energy co-operation, and in culture and education, and concludes with a discussion of how the Organisation is likely to develop in future. Throughout, the book sets the Shanghai Co-operation Organisation in the context of China’s overall strategy towards Central Asia.

China S Energy Security

Author : Giulia C Romano
ISBN : 9781317428572
Genre : Social Science
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A secure supply of energy is essential for all nations, to sustain their economy, and indeed their very survival. This subject is especially important in the case of China, as China’s booming economy and consequent demand for energy is affecting the whole world, and in turn potentially driving realignments in international relations. Moreover, as this book argues, energy security should be considered more broadly, to include issues of sustainability, environmental protection and the domestic organisation of energy policy and energy supply. This book presents a comprehensive picture of China’s energy security. It covers all energy sectors – coal, oil, gas, renewables; international relations with all major sources of energy supply – the Middle East, Central Asia, Africa; and key areas of domestic policy making and supply.

China In Zehn W Rtern

Author : Hua Yu
ISBN : 3100958071
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Die Intelligenz Auf Dem Weg Zur Klassenmacht

Author : György Konrád
ISBN : UVA:X000189106
Genre : Social conflict
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Das Kommunistische Postskriptum

Author : Boris Groĭs
ISBN : STANFORD:36105122533099
Genre : Communism
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Der Neue Imperialismus

Author : David Harvey
ISBN : 3899650921
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Studien Ber Die Natur Des Menschen

Author : Elias Metschnikoff
ISBN : 9783864037818
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Nachdruck des Originals von 1904. Zwar wurde der Nobelpreistr ger Ilja Iljitsch Metschnikow (1845-1916; auch Elias Metschnikoff) vor allem durch seine naturwisschenschaftlichen Arbeiten - insbesondere die Entdeckung der Phagozytose - ber hmt, seine Arbeiten auf dem philosophischen Gebiet sind jedoch einem breiteren Publikum bekannt geworden. Hier insbesondere seine optimistische Philosophie, in der er auf der Basis seiner naturwissenschaftlichen Erkenntnisse den Menschen eine Zukunft voraussagt, in der sie einige der gro en Probleme wird l sen k nnen. Ein noch heute interessantes Buch als Kontrapunkt zu den vielfach verbreiteten pessimistischen Grund berzeugungen.

Hongkong Kultur Und Die Politik Des Verschwindens

Author : Ackbar Abbas
ISBN : 3854096054
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