To win the west : China's propaganda in the English-language press, 1928-1941
This dissertation focuses on China's propaganda in the English-language press from 1928-the establishment of the Nanjing government-to 1941-the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour. Without a proper news infrastructure, the Guomindang government had to rely on the English-language treaty-port press, a credible source of information for foreign audiences, to present its case abroad. Yet extraterritoriality and the transnational media environment, as well as the underlying tensions among news groups...[Show more]
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