Politization of News a presentation for the Davies Forum: Innovation in News-making
First Story:  Anti-CNN and Global / Local Dichotomy March 2008 (Tibet Riot)
做人不要太CNN /Don’t be too CNN
Global / the West  VS.  Local / the East Roar Dragon: rise of popular nationalism (backup by local media policy) http://ww...
China is unhappy
Online battle between “leftist” nationalists and political liberals
Second Story:  Grassroots Media and Local Thickness  -- Story on eluding the cat  (Feb 2009) (Rescuing the localS from the...
The death of a youth in a police detention cell in Yunan Puning County  (Feb 2009).  The Story and its thickness
Violence in police detention center:  Yang Jia’s killing of six cops in Shanghai  (2008) Police violence and unnatural dea...
Creditability of local authority Guizhou Weng’an riot over  police’s “push ups” investigation report  on the death of a yo...
Control 2.0  and  50 Cent Par ty
South China Tiger-gate 2008 Grass Mud Horse in 2009
Third Story:  Grassroots media activism--  Anti-PX in Xiamen (2007) Negotiation of Voices
Xiamen Anti-PX demonstration
Political negotiation 鬧
Authoritative deliberation?
Chen Guangcheng, blind activist sentenced for 4.5 years in 2008 Ai Weiwei, a blogger and artist, started a citizen initiat...
Politization of News <ul><li>Global and Local - the rise of popular nationalism - how to deal with the East VS. West frame...
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  1. 1. Politization of News a presentation for the Davies Forum: Innovation in News-making
  2. 2. First Story: Anti-CNN and Global / Local Dichotomy March 2008 (Tibet Riot)
  3. 3. 做人不要太CNN /Don’t be too CNN
  4. 4. Global / the West VS. Local / the East Roar Dragon: rise of popular nationalism (backup by local media policy) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBD_JdFiUSw
  5. 5. China is unhappy
  6. 6. Online battle between “leftist” nationalists and political liberals
  7. 7. Second Story: Grassroots Media and Local Thickness -- Story on eluding the cat (Feb 2009) (Rescuing the localS from the Nation)
  8. 8. The death of a youth in a police detention cell in Yunan Puning County (Feb 2009). The Story and its thickness
  9. 9. Violence in police detention center: Yang Jia’s killing of six cops in Shanghai (2008) Police violence and unnatural death in detention center
  10. 10. Creditability of local authority Guizhou Weng’an riot over police’s “push ups” investigation report on the death of a young girl in 2008
  11. 11. Control 2.0 and 50 Cent Par ty
  12. 12. South China Tiger-gate 2008 Grass Mud Horse in 2009
  13. 13. Third Story: Grassroots media activism-- Anti-PX in Xiamen (2007) Negotiation of Voices
  14. 14. Xiamen Anti-PX demonstration
  15. 15. Political negotiation 鬧
  16. 16. Authoritative deliberation?
  17. 17. Chen Guangcheng, blind activist sentenced for 4.5 years in 2008 Ai Weiwei, a blogger and artist, started a citizen initiative to collect name of school kids victim in Wenchuan earthquake Dec last year. Hu Jia, human rights activist, sentence to 3.5 years in 2003 under the charge of inciting sedition act. Liu Xiaobo, arrested after the release of charter 08 in 2009 A law blogger in Beijing blog about unjust legal cases, his firm was forced to close down early this year. Tiger temple, citizen reporter on peasant and rural life Political negotiation with the rise of citizen movement since 2003
  18. 18. Politization of News <ul><li>Global and Local - the rise of popular nationalism - how to deal with the East VS. West framework? </li></ul><ul><li>Elusive news with diverse local voices - grab it or rescue it? </li></ul><ul><li>Negotiating reality - media’s role in political transformation - relation with citizen movement </li></ul>
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