Doing Chinese media studies: A reflection on the field's history and methodology

Yu, H 2011, 'Doing Chinese media studies: A reflection on the field's history and methodology', Media International Australia, no. 138, pp. 66-79.


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Title Doing Chinese media studies: A reflection on the field's history and methodology
Author(s) Yu, H
Year 2011
Journal name Media International Australia
Issue number 138
Start page 66
End page 79
Total pages 14
Publisher Sage Publications Ltd.
Abstract This article reflects on the history and methodology of 'Chinese media studies' as a (sub)-field of inquiry in academia. It identifies some key features in its trajectory of development, and particularly addresses some of the methodological concerns with regard to doing media studies - some of which are specific to 'Chinese' media studies and some of which are relevant to all inquiries about our mediated lives. It discusses methodology as outlook and orientation in 'approaching' Chinese media studies and as techniques and methods in 'doing' Chinese media studies. This article provokes, rather than promotes, questions and thoughts on the state of Chinese media studies.
Subject Media Studies
Asian Cultural Studies
DOI - identifier 10.1177/1329878X1113800109
ISSN 1329-878X
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