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China's image on the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the U.S. media

Author: LiTianHua
Tutor: GuoKe
School: Shanghai International Studies University
Course: Journalism
Keywords: China's image The New York Times
CLC: G219.712
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2009
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Abstract


Beijing Olympic Games is a high-profile sports event, also is the 1.3 billion Chinese people's dream in one hundred. China hopes the Olympic platform to show the world the peaceful rise country image, the world is the Olympic Games by dongfeng further understand the ancient mystery and modern Oriental nation. 16 days in Beijing Olympic Games from 204 countries and regions of the teams, including domestic and foreign media, with the power to attract millions of audience at home and abroad, China than ever more effectively in the international field of vision. In order to study the western mainstream media in Beijing during the Olympic Games shape of the Chinese national image, based on the New York times "Beijing Olympic Games SheHua news reports as an example, study the construction of the Olympic Games China's national image, to discuss changing trend. This article through to the New York times Beijing Olympic news content analysis, found the New York times reported to the Beijing Olympic Games more attention sports outside of the Chinese society, and through the summary in Mr Issues to analysis the formation of positive and negative issues and reasons behind the trend. The study found that Chinese culture elements to become positive issues the construction, and the western "stereotyped prejudice" is still negative issues framework. In addition, the report also highlights the Olympic Games in the New York times as a representative of the western media reported SheHua new trend.

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