Sociology, Media and Journalism in China
This series provides an interdisciplinary and cutting edge approach to the key areas of media, journalism and communication in China. Offering titles cutting across these areas, Sociology, Journalism and Communication in China addresses the rapid changes affecting how news is disseminated in China, how people communicate in daily life, and how mobile technologies are affecting contemporary human interaction in sociological and commercial settings. This series also examines major sociological trends in China and how these are developing, as well as rapid changes in how communication is affecting and being affected by China’s growing population and internal migration. Providing a vital comparative approach, notably with western nations, this series considers the development of Chinese media, journalistic cultures and histories and sociological development on a global scale.