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Communication in China : perspectives and hypotheses
|Title:||Communication in China : perspectives and hypotheses|
|Authors:||Barnett, A. Doak|
Chu, Godwin C.
|LC Subject Headings:||Communication - Research|
Communication - China
|Issue Date:||Mar 1978|
|Publisher:||Honolulu : East-West Communication Institute|
|Series/Report no.:||Papers of the East-West Communication Institute;no. 16|
|Abstract:||Dr. Barnett raises significant research questions about the new communication system that has emerged in China since 1949, and points out several research areas to be given priority in the future. |
Dr. Chu looks at the changes in the language of Communist China, a language with its "roots in folksy peasant dialogues, but with a particular ring of its own." He looks at the impact of this language on Chinese cognitive processes.
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|Pages/Duration:||iii, 25 p.|
|Appears in Collections:||Communication Institute. Papers|
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