Media Discourse in Greater China

Special issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication volume 19:2 (2009)

Editors
Sai-hua Kuo | National Tsing Hua University
ORCID logoDoreen D. Wu | Hong Kong Polytechnic University
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 19:2] 2009.  v, 166 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Media discourse in Greater China
Sai-hua Kuo and Doreen D. Wu
173–178
Articles
Divergent news representations of Lien Chan’s visit to China: A corpus-based lexical comparison between the China Post and the China Daily
Honglei Wang
179–198
Discursive democratization in Mainland China: A diachronic study of the New Year’s editorials in the People’s Daily
Ying Huang and Jian-ping Chen
199–217
Changing ideologies and advertising discourses in China: A case study of Nanfang Daily
Jieyun Feng and Doreen D. Wu
218–238
Multilingualism, multiculturalism, and multiple identities: Analyzing linguistic hybridization in Taiwanese newspaper headlines
Sai-hua Kuo
239–258
“New Taiwanese” Evolution of an identity project in the narratives of United Daily News
Hui-Ching Chang and Richard Holt
259–288
Constructing cultural Self and Other in the Internet discussion of a Korean historical TV drama: A discourse analysis of weblog messages of Hong Kong viewers of Dae Jang Geum
Angel M.Y. Lin and Avin Tong
289–312
Reconstructing Taiwanese and Taiwan Guoyu on the Taiwan-based Internet: Playfulness, stylization, and politeness
Hsi-Yao Su
313–335
Contents of Volume 19
337–338
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