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Title New media and transformation of social life in China / edited by Xinxun Wu, Han Zheng, Xiaokun Wu.
Imprint Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications Inc, 2017.

Subject Mass media -- Social aspects -- China -- History -- 20th century.
Alt Name Wu, Xinxun,
Zheng, Han,
Wu, Xiaokun,
Description 1 online resource
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface; Reflections on the Transformation of Chinese Media System in the Context of Globalization -- Han Zheng and Jue Lu; From Media Convergence to "Internet Plus" -- Yonghua Zhang; Smart City Ideas Reflect on Chinese New Smart Rural Construction -- Xinxun Wu; Smart Cities and New Patterns of Socio-technical Governance -- Karsten Zimmermann; Electoral Pressure or Deficit Compensation? Online Political Communication by Public Agencies in Western European City-regions -- Daniel Kübler, Sarah Ott, and Anna Christmann; Association Study on Urban Festival Activities and Residents' Happiness--Taking Shanghai Tourism Festival as an Example -- Min Zhang, Sihui DING and Dan DI; "Movie Dream" of Internet Enterprises in China--Take "BAT" as a Case Study -- Jin Long; Media and Climate Change: From Content Analysis to Analysis Content: Approximation to the Interdisciplinary Construction of a New Paradigm -- Bernardo Díaz Nosty; Analysis of New Media Functions upon the Air Quality Testing Campaign in Chinese Cities -- Hui Shen and Sibo Wang; Reform and Innovation of Journalism and Communication Education in the Era of Media Convergence: A Case Study of Missouri School of Journalism -- Ernest Zhang; Localization of Data Journalism Education: A Participatory Analysis of the Data Journalism Class in Shanghai University -- Xiaokun Wu; A Study on the Media Behavior and Information Evaluation of the New Generation Migrant Workers in the Era of New Media--Compared with the Old Generation -- Jianjie Tao and Mei Jiao; The Construction and Rethinking of Journalism Professionalism in We Media Era -- Qingchuan Wang.
Summary This book vividly presents all major aspects of new media and their role in modernizing society and enabling citizens' participation in urban policy and management.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789352803521 (electronic bk.)
9352803523 (electronic bk.)
9789352803538 (ebook)
9352803531 (ebook)
9789352803514
9352803515
OCLC # 1017736778
Additional Format Print version: New media and transformation of social life in China. Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications Inc, 2017 9789352803514 (DLC) 2017046969 (OCoLC)1013993004.