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Culture, Politics and Television in Hong Kong by Eric Kit-wai Ma
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Until the mid-1980s, when it became clear that Hong Kong would return to China, Hongkongers tended to identify themselves as something other than mainland Chinese. Now that Hong Kong is again a part of China, the local population have had to come to terms with their previously suppressed Chinese identity. This book is concerned with how the identity categories of Hongkongers and mainlanders have changed in the 1990s. The analysis focuses on the role, in this process, of popular media in general and television in particular. The author specifically looks at the relationship between television ideologies and cultural identities and explores the role of television in the process of identity formation and maintenance as illustrated in the case of Hong Kong
Release date Australia
January 28th, 1999
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
4 Tables, black and white
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