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Communication in China : perspectives and hypotheses

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Title: Communication in China : perspectives and hypotheses
Authors: Barnett, A. Doak
Chu, Godwin C.
LC Subject Headings: Communication - Research
Chinese language
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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