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Mission Impossible? Soft Power, Communication Capacity, and the Globalization of Chinese Media

@article{Sun2009MissionIS,
  title={Mission Impossible? Soft Power, Communication Capacity, and the Globalization of Chinese Media},
  author={W. Sun},
  journal={International Journal of Communication},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={19}
}
  • W. Sun
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of Communication
Recent media policy statements made by the Chinese Communist Party’s leadership invariably stress the importance of strengthening Chinese media’s “communication capacity,” but how communication is understood by the CCP leadership remains somewhat unclear. Engaging a range of perspectives from critical media and communication studies, this article examines a dominant view of communication held by the Chinese leadership and explores a number of ways in which that view shapes the direction of… Expand
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