Discourse and socio-political transformations in contemporary China /

China's opening up to the West, its extraordinary economic rise, and the subsequent internal and global issues, are an object of huge interest and concern. Discourse and Socio-political Transformations in Contemporary China focuses on one aspect of the contemporary Chinese phenomenon, one that...

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Other Authors: Chilton, Paul A., Tian, Hailong., Wodak, Ruth, 1950-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Chinese
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., ©2012.
Series:Benjamins current topics ; v. 42.
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520 |a China's opening up to the West, its extraordinary economic rise, and the subsequent internal and global issues, are an object of huge interest and concern. Discourse and Socio-political Transformations in Contemporary China focuses on one aspect of the contemporary Chinese phenomenon, one that is so obvious that it is generally ignored in the mainstream academic departments - that politics, society and transformation are the product of myriad collective linguistic interchanges, some stabilized, some competing, some agonistic, some new and emerging. As an outcome of dialogue between Chinese and. 
505 0 |a Machine generated contents note: Reflections on discourse and critique in China and the West / Ruth Wodak -- The discursive construction of the social stratification order in reforming China / Qing Zhang -- Institutional language as power in contemporary China: Interaction between officials and visitors in government service offices / Yi Li -- A cultural political economy of transnational knowledge brands: Porterian "competitiveness" discourse and its recontextualization in Hong Kong/Pearl River Delta / Ngai-Ling Sum -- Discursive production of teaching quality assessment report: A Critical Discourse Analysis / Hailong Tian -- Discursive construction of Chinese foreign policy: A diachronic analysis of the Chinese government's Annual Work Report to the NPC / Zhong-Hong -- The re-imagined West in Chinese television: A case study of the CCTV documentary series the Rise of the Great Powers / Qing Cao -- Book review. 
505 0 |a Contents note continued: Tian, Hailong, Discourse Studies: Categories, Perspectives and Methodologies (in Chinese) / Zhao Peng. 
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