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TV drama in China [electronic resource] /edited by Ying Zhu, Michael Keane, and Ruoyun Bai.

Contributor(s): Zhu, Ying, 1965- | Keane, Michael, 1952- | Bai, Ruoyun, Ph. D.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: TransAsia--screen cultures: Publisher: Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c2008Description: 1 online resource (xii, 276 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9789888052998 (electronic bk.); 9888052993 (electronic bk.).Other title: Television drama in China.Subject(s): Television programs -- China | Television broadcasting -- China | Television plays -- Social aspects -- China | Television series -- China | Fine Arts | Social Science | �Emissions t�el�evis�ees -- Chine | T�el�evision -- Chine | Dramatiques (�Emissions t�el�evis�ees) -- Aspect social -- Chine | S�eries t�el�evis�ees -- Chine | PERFORMING ARTS -- Television -- Reference | Fernsehprogramm | China | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / CulturalGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Aufsatzsammlung.DDC classification: 791.4570951 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Notes on Contributors; Introduction; I. Tradition, History, and Politics; II. Gender and Domestic Sphere; III. Production, Reception, andDistribution; IV. Co-productions and Pan-Asian Markets; Notes; References; Index.
Summary: This collection of essays brings together the first comprehensive study of TV drama in China. It is organised into four sections: 'Tradition, History, and Politics', 'Gender and Domestic Sphere', 'Production, Reception, and Distribution' and 'Co-productions and Pan-Asian Markets'.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [251]-268) and indexes.

Notes on Contributors; Introduction; I. Tradition, History, and Politics; II. Gender and Domestic Sphere; III. Production, Reception, andDistribution; IV. Co-productions and Pan-Asian Markets; Notes; References; Index.

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This collection of essays brings together the first comprehensive study of TV drama in China. It is organised into four sections: 'Tradition, History, and Politics', 'Gender and Domestic Sphere', 'Production, Reception, and Distribution' and 'Co-productions and Pan-Asian Markets'.

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