Parution - China's Media Go Global


China's Media Go Global

Edited by Daya Kishan Thussu, Hugo de Burgh and Anbin Shi

Series: Internationalizing Media Studies

This collection brings together distinguished scholars from China and those with deep interest and knowledge of the country, to examine how the emergence of Chinese media will impact on global media and communication. Chapters contextualize the role of the Chinese media in a globalized world, evaluate the media landscape and focus on media practices, drawing on empirical material specifically gathered for this volume. By interrogating the relationship between the Chinese and Western media practices and perceptions, this volume provides an accessible and comprehensive guide to the complex debates about the impact of China on the media globe.

November 2017: 234x156: 324pp

Hb: 978-1-138-66584-2 | £85.00 Pb: 978-1-138-66585-9 | £32.99 eBook: 978-1-315-61966-8

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‘Alongside China’s recent efforts to become a more influential player in the global arena, this collection serves as an enlightening and thoughtful study on why and how China’s media go global. This book will be a resourceful tool for readers to better understand the complexity of the interplay of China’s media and politics/ideology and its unique media system and practice.’

- Junhao Hong, State University of New York at Buffalo

‘This collection of articles on Chinese media in the global context will be invaluable to anyone researching or teaching about contemporary China, international communication, and international relations more generally. The editors have gathered a wide range of material from leading experts that is both empirically rich and intellectually stimulating.’

- Colin Sparks, Hong Kong Baptist University

‘I am thrilled to witness that three leading scholars from India, China and Britain joined hands in accomplishing this ground-breaking volume.’
- Li Xiguang, Tsinghua University