Foreign Media's Exaggeration of the Wukan Incident.

Li, Cheng.
2016

The first foreign media coverage of China can be traced back to 13th century when an Italian, Marco Polo, wrote a detailed description of the contemporary Yuan Dynasty of China. Since then, foreign missionaries, diplomats, travellers, scholars and journalists have all contributed substantially to the images of China. After Deng Xiaoping’s economic reform and open policy in 1970s, the international... read more

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Tufts Published Scholarship
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Social conflict--China--Guangdong Sheng--Government.
Villages--China--Guangdong Sheng.
Mass media--Objectivity.
Foreign news.
Tufts University. Department of English.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010681
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