Mass Media in the Asian Pacific

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Bryce Telfer McIntyre
Multilingual Matters, 1998 - Social Science - 101 pages
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This book offers a compilation of recent research findings on mass communication in the Asian Pacific region. Mostly quantitative in nature, the studies focus mainly on Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan. A special attempt has been made to address the unfolding drama of China's takeover of Hong Kong and Taiwan's potential reunification with the Main land.

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Bryce T. McIntyre was an American print journalist before entering academia in midlife. He was a city hall reporter for the Rutland Herald (Rutland, Vermont), a political affairs writer for the Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona), and editor of the Morning Journal (near Youngstown, Ohio). He subsequently was director of a special research project for the San Francisco Newspaper Agency, publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Francisco Examiner. He also was executive director of the California Society of Newspaper Editors and a consultant for KQED-TV in San Francisco, one of America's largest Public Broadcasting System affiliates. He received his doctorate from the Institute for Communication Research at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, and currently teaches journalism at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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