China's Contemporary Image and Rhetoric Practice

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China's Contemporary Image and Rhetoric Practice presents an overview of Chinese diplomatic rhetoric, exploring how the image of China is depicted through a Western lens and introducing a profound shift in domestic perspectives of this image. Les mer
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China's Contemporary Image and Rhetoric Practice presents an overview of Chinese diplomatic rhetoric, exploring how the image of China is depicted through a Western lens and introducing a profound shift in domestic perspectives of this image. This reader reveals new sites for Chinese rhetoric to deepen scholarship in the relevant studies of Chinese literature, Chinese discourse analysis, Chinese sociology, Chinese politics and so on. These chapters have been cherry-picked for their contributions to the field, and may facilitate the expanding development of Chinese studies.





This book is a valuable reference for scholars, researchers and graduate or postgraduate students in Chinese linguistic and social studies.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Contents





List of Figures


List of Tables


List of Contributors


Introduction by Weixiao Wei





1. Does Title or Content Matter? Examining China's Partnerships with Text Classification by I-chieh Kuo & Weihao Huang





2. Critical Discourse Analysis of 2010 China-US Trade Dispute in the Headlines of


Western Newsmagazines by Damien Ng





3. The language of 'China threat': a case study of the BBC television documentary


series 'The Chinese Are Coming' by Shasha Wang





4. Digital Media, Governance, and the Making of Youth in Contemporary China by Qing Cao, Iris Lang





5. Investigating the Discursive Construction of Traditional Chinese Medicine on


Chinese National Media by Xiangdong Liu





6. Analyzing and Interpreting COVID-19-related Texts in Chinese: A Systemic


Functional Perspective by Victor Wong, Yuanyi Ma, Mark Nartey





7. Chineseness in Bian Zhilin's Pre-war Poetry: an exploration of utopian notion and


New Poetry by Yang Zhou





8. Rhetoric in Chinese patriotic translators' discourse fueled by the translating of


foreign literature by Weixiao Wei, Hui Shi





Index

Om forfatteren

Weixiao Wei has been working with Taiyuan University of Technology as a lecturer at the College of Foreign Languages and Literatures since she obtained her MA degree in 2010. In July 2017, she obtained a visiting scholarship from China Scholarship Council (CSC) to visit Swansea University, UK for a year. Since then, she has published a monograph and three book chapters with Routledge. From May to July 2018 she had the experience of working with a Confucius Institute Chinese School affiliated to University of Wales Trinity Saint David at Swansea, UK as a teaching assistant. In addition to preparing research papers, monograph and edited volumes for further publication, she will pursue her PhD study in rhetoric and composition at UH in 2020.