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    Title: 習近平的「中國夢」與中共的國家宣傳策略
    Other Titles: Xi Jinping of "China dream" and Chinese communist party of country publicity strategy
    Authors: 林政澧;Cheng-Li-Lin
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士班
    趙春山
    Keywords: 中國夢;宣傳策略;China dream;Promotional strategies
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:41:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 掌握宣傳的話語權,是中共黨政體制下,領導人鞏固領導權的重要工具,中共第五代領導人習近平提出的「中國夢」理論的宣傳思想,最重要的原因當然是希望能夠建構一個屬於他的意識形態,以樹立黨內理論權威地位,為自己的意識形態建構基礎。
    所以,如果能夠成功建構「中國夢」的理論,將有助於確立習近平的統治權威,讓中共的宣傳思想能獲得人民的認同與信任。
    Propaganda of the right to speak, is an important tool under the Communist Party and government institutions, leaders consolidate leadership, advocacy thought "China Dream" theory of fifth-generation leader Xi Jinping put forward, the most important reason of course is to be able to construct a part of his ideology, in order to establish a position of authority within the party theory to construct the foundation for their ideology.
        So, if we can successfully construct "China Dream" in theory, will help to establish the rule of authority Xi Jinping, allowing access to the CCP''s propaganda and ideological identity and trust of the people.
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