Event Title

China’s Rise and the World’s Response: How is Chinese Expansion Portrayed in Media?

Location

Collier Library

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Dr. Michael Pretes

Event Website

https://www.una.edu/studentresearch/index.html

Start Date

23-4-2019 1:00 PM

End Date

23-4-2019 2:00 PM

Document Type

Poster Presentation

Description

This study examines China’s expansion in the Pacific Ocean, especially in the South China Sea, and how this expansion is portrayed in local media. China’s interventions in the Spratly and Paracel islands have the potential to cause regional and global disruption. What impact will China’s continuing expansion have on global power relations? Using a content analysis of various broadcast, print, and online news sources, I will identify how the populations of these states have reacted to Chinese expansion. Does non-Chinese media reporting suggest that China’s expansion an issue of concern? Or is this issue largely ignored? My results will indicate levels of awareness and concern in states inside and outside the region, and may help to understand why China has been able to occupy most islands of the South China Sea without facing any significant international response.

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China’s Rise and the World’s Response: How is Chinese Expansion Portrayed in Media?

Collier Library

This study examines China’s expansion in the Pacific Ocean, especially in the South China Sea, and how this expansion is portrayed in local media. China’s interventions in the Spratly and Paracel islands have the potential to cause regional and global disruption. What impact will China’s continuing expansion have on global power relations? Using a content analysis of various broadcast, print, and online news sources, I will identify how the populations of these states have reacted to Chinese expansion. Does non-Chinese media reporting suggest that China’s expansion an issue of concern? Or is this issue largely ignored? My results will indicate levels of awareness and concern in states inside and outside the region, and may help to understand why China has been able to occupy most islands of the South China Sea without facing any significant international response.

https://ir.una.edu/scholarsweek2019/2019/posters/29