State Power and Cultural Transition in China
The chapter begins by discussing the ‘four channels’ of globalization pressure in the Chinese context, noting the salience of popular culture, then analyzes the Chinese people's receptivity to external cultural influence as part of a generally accepted need to modernize. The Chinese government sees this as a process to be managed.
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