Dans le cadre du séminaire Culture et Politique en Chine contemporaine, la séance du lundi 16 janvier 2017 accueillera une conférence de Anne-Marie Brady professeur à l’université de Canterbury (Nouvelle Zélande), intitulée "Plus ça change? Media control under Xi Jinping".
Anne-Marie Brady researches Chinese domestic and foreign politics and polar politics. She is editor-in-chief of The Polar Journal, and has published ten books and more than forty scholarly papers on a range of issues including China’s strategic interests in the Arctic and Antarctic, China’s modernised propaganda system, New Zealand-China relations, NZ foreign policy and competing foreign policy interests in Antarctica. She is a fluent Mandarin speaker with dual majors in Chinese, Political Science and International Relations. Anne-Marie Brady is a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Centre in Washington DC, a non-resident Senior Fellow at the China Policy Institute at the University of Nottingham, and a member of the Council on Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific. In 2014 she was appointed to a two-year term on the World Economic Forum's Global Action Council on the Arctic.
Her recent publications include: Marketing Dictatorship: Propaganda and Thought Work in Contemporary China (Rowman and Littlefield, 2008), China's Thought Management (Routledge, 2012), The Emerging Politics of Antarctica (Routledge, 2013) and China as a Polar Great Power (Cambridge University Press and Wilson Press, 2017)
Since Xi Jinping took over the role of General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party in 2012 there has been a tightening of social, political, and economic controls in China, alongside a renewed emphasis on CCP ideology. But to what extent are Xi’s measures a continuance of policies established by his predecessors Jiang Zemin (1989-2002) and Hu Jintao (2002-2012)? Do they reflect a new direction for CCP media management and social and political control? What is the agenda behind these changes and what do they tell us about the CCP’s hold on power? This paper analyses trends in media control during the Jiang and Hu eras and then examines to what extent Xi’s initiatives are a new direction for the CCP government.
La conférence aura lieu en anglais. Tous sont les bienvenus.
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