報刊現代性與公民身分: 以《申報》為例的反思

Translated title of the contribution: Press Modernity and Citizenship: A Reflection on Shen Bao

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Abstract

In Chinese journalism history, Shen Bao was viewed as a crucial research object. This paper attempts to establish a cultural-critical journalism history as a framework. Such a journalism history was launched by James W. Carey and realized in the works of Michael Schudson. With the help of this analytical framework, I scrutinize three "citizen" images located in different periods during the publication history of Shen Bao: the spectator citizen in the late Qing dynasty, the contributor citizen in the early Republican period, and the knower citizen from the 1920s and 1930s. Based on the empirical findings of this paper, I set the research problem and then provide reflections on two level -- one focused on the publicity theme of the study of ShenBao, the other involving the "Press Modernity" theme in modern journalism histor -- to demonstrate the implications of the cultural-critical approach to journalism history in the field of Chinese journalism.
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)141-172
Number of pages32
Journal傳播研究與實踐
Volume6
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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