Media Regulation in China - Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series (Hardback)Rogier Creemers (author)
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This book looks at the development of China's regulation of public communication: the press, radio, film, television and, in recent years, the Internet. It does so by contextualizing the development of black letter regulation against the background of political and social developments in China since the end of the Empire. Drawing extensively on primary source research, the book integrates three hitherto different strands of scholarship: the development of Chinese media law and regulation; the development of Chinese political thought and ideas, particularly with relation to the role of ideas, information and the exchange thereof; and the role of media in Chinese society and societal influence on media production and consumption.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm