Unconventional

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By using unconventional sources for information on China such as the films, videos, American television programs, and primary sources we get a more in depth look at China, the political and social movements, public figures, the people and the culture. The unconventional sources provide valuable and first hand commentary that provides us with an all-encompassing look at China, its history and the people who lived through the movements and eras being discussed. Unconventional sources give different perspectives that are not as susceptible to the bias as the more conventional sources; this exposes the class to more than one opinion and interpretation to the events being discussed. The class can then take these different forms of information and form their own views, opinions and interpretations without the bias of one “authority”. Conventional sources succeed in giving good overviews of information about China, pertinent facts and individuals’ opinions of Chinese issues. Conventional sources do not give the breadth of information, exposure,
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2009 for the course EASC 150g taught by Professor Rosen during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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