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Week 14-1 Review (1)

Week 14-1 Review (1) - POLC 3020 Contemporary Chinese Govt...

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POLC 3020: Contemporary Chinese Govt & Politics Week 14 (1) Review for the Final Exam Nov. 22, 2010
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Title (Page 1) Title must be in question form Abstract (Page 1) Body of the Paper (What, Why, and So What?) Literature Review Your Argument Empirical Evidence Approx. 7-10 pages Style: Font Size 12, Single Space Citation in the body Conclusion Bibliography Research Paper
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How does the Chinese government attempt to shape public opinion through media control? In general, political control of the media leads the public to distrust the government. However, in today’s China, media markets are growing and more commercialized. Does this new trend increase media consumption? What are the consequences of the marketization of mass media in terms of the people’s political attitudes? Explain the political implication. Question 1 Media Control (Institutional/ Censorship) Institutional (News Agency, Govt Department) Censorship Consequences Intended (Support for Regime and Official Ideologies/ Nationalism ) Unintended (Pro-Western, Political Efficacy and Activism in Workplace, etc.)
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