Cultural China in Discursive Transformation

Special issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 21:1 (2011)

Editor
Shi-xu | Zhejiang University
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 21:2] 2011.  160 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Discourses of cultural China in transformation: An introduction
Shi-xu
159–164
Articles
On the discourse of cultural China
Wenshan Jia
165–176
Hybridized images: Representations of the “modern woman” across mainland China and Hong Kong TV commercials
Doreen D. Wu and Agatha Man-kwan Chung
177–195
Understanding the Chinese discourse of human rights as cultural response
Shi-xu
196–212
Cultural identity as a production in process: Dialectics in Hongkongers’ account
Ling Chen
213–237
The changing discursive construction of women in Chinese popular discourse since the twentieth century
Jinfeng Li
238–266
One ethnic minority, two cultural identities and more
Feng-bing
267–285
The psychology of chinese behaviour as seen in spoken discourses
Kuang Ching Hei
286–308
Diasporic literature: The politics of identity and language
Melissa Lam
309–318
In the name of Shakespeare: Cross-cultural adaptation in Taiwan’s Beijing Opera
Hsiao-mei Hsieh
319–329
Intercultural dialogue: The Chinese America of Maxine Hong Kingston
Marilia Borges Costa
330–350
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