Gianluigi Negro. Le voci di Pechino: Come i media hanno costruito l’identità cinese
Gianluigi Negro’s Le voci di Pechino: Come i media hanno costruito l’identità cinese (Beijing’s voices: How the media constructed Chinese identity) presents a much welcome intervention at the intersection of Sinology and Media Studies from a historiographical perspective. By tracking the diachronic shifts and continuities across different communication technologies, practices and policies in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the book develops a systematic understanding of the role of media in the construction of modern Chinese national identity. In doing so, it offers a valuable conceptual map for keeping track of the different actors and tensions that have shaped the Chinese media landscape from the rooftop loudspeakers of the Mao era to the Web 2.0 of today.
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