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魏舒歌 李松蕾 龙伟   社会科学文献出版社  2020-05 出版
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抗日战争是中国近代史上抹不去的一道伤疤。当多数研究者将目光投向九一八事变以后的山河沦丧时,却不知战火已然在新闻界弥漫。本书是第一本全面研究中国政府在中日危机与战争初期,同日本争夺话语权的专著。作者通过租界区英文报纸着重考察了中国政府如何在国际宣传资源极其匮乏、政府派系纷争不断的情况下,逐步建立起统一的国际宣传系统。
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