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|Other Titles: ||The Japan's image of HK press|
|Authors: ||曹于婷;Tsao, Yu-ting|
|Keywords: ||香港;日本形象;香港媒體;國家形象;Hong Kong;the image of Japan;Hong Kong press;National Image|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:30:34 (UTC+8)|
On the basis of “image theory”, this article is attempting to explore what is the “image” of Hong Kong press during 1994~1997 and 2003~2006 and how them transmit their images to the audience when they are under the government of People Republic of China and British government. Hong Kong has its own specific history background and diverse environment which is distinct from People Republic of China. Hong Kong was handed over and became “Hong Kong Special Administrative Region”(One country, Two systems) in 1997 and this kind of system has been distinct from China since that. The thesis of the article is to attempt to examine its difference of Japan from 1994 to 2006 of Hong Kong press.
The process of how an image is formed and built is quite complicated. After the World War II, the establishment of brand of Japan in its product dazzles the world. However, its neighbor can not get rid of the image of military affairs and offensive tend in World War II of Japan. In business, the others appraise Japan in good way. Even so, the countries in the world still guard against Japan in military affairs.
The foundation of the thesis lies in the way Hong Kong views Japan’s national image. The Oriental Daily News and Mingpao newspapers are chosen from many Hong Kong newspaper publishers as the target of Context Analysis, with several variables of measurement developed, such as ”Categories of Sources ”,”Categories of Description”, ”Categories of Subjects”, and “Scores of Images”. The author recorded, and encoded data from these two newspapers, dating back six years. After that, the author discovers the characteristics of how Hong Kong print media reports Japan.
Finally, Compared the research results with several of the six years on Japan’s image, it was very different. Through the process of the research, the author aims to show the disparity between the print media toward the image of Japan, as well as elaborate these disparities based on political, economical and social perspectives.
|Appears in Collections:||[中國大陸研究所] 學位論文|
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