By Chin-Chuan Lee
This article explores a large diversity of media-related subject matters as they pertain to China. The chapters supply certain analyses of such matters because the expanding effect of advertisers; the efforts of the Communist social gathering to direct editorial content material; and the impression of Hong Kong tv on Guanggzhou.
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Privileging them on a priori grounds would not only overlook the crucial contextual differences but also commit the fallacy of misplaced concreteness. I therefore treat them as two varied yet related historical conditions of modern social life, with at least two major implications. First, in line with Staniland (1985), the liberal-pluralist approach may apply to authoritarian media systems, whereas the radical-Marxist approach is most powerful in criticizing liberal-capitalist media systems. In Cultural China, the radical-Marxist approach throws little light on the liberal media struggle against authoritarian states of the PRC and Taiwan under martial law (Lee 1990a, 1993, 1994a).
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