Beyond the Front Line: China's rivalry with Japan in the English-language press over the Jinan Incident, 1928
This paper examines how China and Japan fought for supremacy in China's treaty-port English-language press during the Jinan Incident of 1928. It argues that China's defeat in this media battle was a result of the long-term, unsettled political conditions
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