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传播纵横:历史脉络与全球视野 文化传媒类;专著;传播学;传播学 VIP

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李金铨   社会科学文献出版社  2019-11 出版
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《传播纵横》以历史脉络为经,以全球视野为纬,与人文学科和社会科学理论资源的活水源头保持开放性的互动,又强调社会传播分析的辩证性、具体性、互补性和条件性。书中作者试图以重建国际传播的知识论与方法论基础,一方面促进国际传播的“国际化”,赋之以丰富的“文化性”,一方面加强华人社会传媒研究与西方主流文献的对话,以期获得彼此“境界的交融”;作者借助社会科学的问题意识和方法分疏近代中国新闻史上若干重要的脉络,在国际格局下动态地追寻人物事件、结构过程的同与异、常与变。
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