Staging China

In this volume Florian Schneider shows how mass media events fit into the political, economic, and cultural developments in China. Through expert interviews and empirical studies of production backgrounds and media contents, Schneider explores the communication strategies that informed the... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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veröffentlicht: Leiden University Press, 2019
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