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Postsocialism And Cultural Politics

Author: Xudong Zhang
Publisher: Duke University Press
ISBN: 9780822342304
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Xudong Zhang offers a critical analysis of China's 'long 1990s', the tumultuous years between the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown and China's entry into the World Trade Organisation in 2001.

Alternative And Mainstream Media

Author: Linda Jean Kenix
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1849665419
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Historically, alternative media have been viewed as fundamental, albeit at times culturally peripheral, forces in social change. In this book, however, Kenix argues that these media do not uniformly subvert the hierarchies of access that are so central to mainstream media - in fact, their journalistic norms and routines have always been based on the professional standards of the mainstream. Kenix goes on to posit the perception of 'mainstream' and 'alternative' as a misconception. She argues that, although alternative media can - and do - construct distinct alternative communications, they have always existed on the same continuum as the mainstream and the two will continue to converge. Through comparative analysis, this book argues that many alternative and mainstream media are merging to create a continuous spectrum rooted in commercial ideology. Indeed, much of what is now considered alternative media actually draws very little from principles of the independent press, whereas many contemporary mainstream media now use communication techniques more commonly associated with media that do not operate for financial gain. This book puts forward a controversial but convincing argument around the relationship between alternative and mainstream media, drawing on examples from the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand to strengthen and develop the central premise.

Screening Post 1989 China

Author: W. Ho
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137514701
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This unique book investigates the tug-of-war between the free market economy and authoritative state regulation in Chinese culture after 1989. Contextualizing close textual readings of cinematic and television texts, both officially sanctioned and independently made, Wing Shan Ho illuminates the complex process in which cultural producers and consumers negotiate with both the state and the market in articulating new forms of subjectivity. Ho examines the types of Chinese subjects that the state applauds and aggrandizes in contrast to those that it condemns and attempts to eliminate. Her focus on the socialist spirit exposes inherent contradictions in the current Chinese project of nation-building. This comparative study shines a harsh light on these cultural products and on much more: the confluence between commerce and politics and popular culture, the interaction between state and individuals in popular culture, and the complexity of governmentality in an era of globalization.

Public Discourses Of Contemporary China

Author: Y. Shen
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137496274
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Analyzing contemporary Chinese literature, film, and television, Shen shows the significance of nationalism for the mass imagination in post-socialist China. Chapters move from the intellectual idealism of the 1980s, through the post-Tiananmen transition, to the national cinema of the 1990s, and finally to the Internet literature of today.

Uneven Modernity

Author: Haomin Gong
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
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This book makes a significant contribution to the burgeoning field of Chinese studies as well as the study of uneven development in general.

Exhibiting The Past

Author: Kirk A. Denton
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
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A study of museums, and their representation of history, in post-Mao China.

China And New Left Visions

Author: Jie Lu
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739165186
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The first English anthology on China’s New Left in a global context, this book presents the history, background, and the focuses of the most critical force in contemporary China. Well-versed in Chinese history and its global connections, the writers provide well documented and insightful perspectives on China’s pursuit of a path radically different from capitalist globalization.

The Peasant In Postsocialist China

Author: Alexander F. Day
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107039673
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A radical new appraisal of the role of the peasant in post-socialist China, putting recent debates into historical perspective.

Die Schnapsstadt

Author: Mo Yan
Publisher: Unionsverlag
ISBN: 3293305555
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In China brodelt die Gerüchteküche: In einer entlegenen Provinz sollen dekadente Parteikader, skrupellose Parvenüs, die nach der Wirtschaftswende zu Reichtum gekommen sind, kleine Kinder nach allen Regeln der Kochkunst zubereiten lassen. Sonderermittler Ding Gou'er wird nach Jiuguo, in die sogenannte "Schnapsstadt", entsandt, um der Fama dieser "Fleischkinder" auf den Grund zu gehen. Doch kaum hat Ding den Fall aufgegriffen, sieht er sich konfrontiert mit einer wahnhaften Welt, die von Aberglaube und Korruption, von Anmaßung und Gier beherrscht wird. Die Schnapsstadt ist eine virtuose Groteske, eine politische Allegorie, die das neue China der toten Ideale und seine gesellschaftliche Wirklichkeit kühn gegen den Strich bürstet.

Postsocialist Modernity

Author: Jason McGrath
Publisher: Stanford Univ Pr
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This book examines Chinese culture under the condition of postsocialist modernity, in which market reforms have fundamentally altered the fields of film, literature, and cultural debate.