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The image of the United States in the Chinese media: An examination of the evaluative component of framing

► U.S. image in the Chinese press studied from a framing perspective. ► Dualistic political image of the United States: democratic but hypocritical. ► U.S. economic image as a “struggle camel”. ► U.S. social image as one of “fair play with minor skirmishes”. ► U.S. cultural image as one of diversity... Full description

Journal Title: Public Relations Review December 2012, Vol.38(5), pp.676-683
Main Author: He, Zhou
Other Authors: Xianhong, Chen , Xing, Wu
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ID: ISSN: 0363-8111 ; E-ISSN: 1873-4537 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2012.09.001
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description: ► U.S. image in the Chinese press studied from a framing perspective. ► Dualistic political image of the United States: democratic but hypocritical. ► U.S. economic image as a “struggle camel”. ► U.S. social image as one of “fair play with minor skirmishes”. ► U.S. cultural image as one of diversity and free but hegemonic and biased. This study examines the presentation of the image of the United States in 874 news stories carried in five Chinese newspapers – from a framing perspective. It has yielded four major findings: (1) the political image of the United States is presented by the Chinese press in a relatively balanced fashion, depicted as one that embodies contradictory attributes: positive and negative, strong but aggressive, democratic but hypocritical; (2) the economic image of the United States is presented as one that is undergoing a recession but full of hope in recovery; and (3) the social image is one that features “fair play with minor skirmishes”; and (4) the cultural image is one that is diverse, free, democratic, advanced in science and technology, but hegemonic and biased.
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► U.S. image in the Chinese press studied from a framing perspective. ► Dualistic political image of the United States: democratic but hypocritical. ► U.S. economic image as a “struggle camel”. ► U.S. social image as one of “fair play with minor skirmishes”. ► U.S. cultural image as one of diversity and free but hegemonic and biased.

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