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|Title:||Producing and reconstructing knowledge on China in Singapore: perspectives from the academics and mass media||Authors:||Wong, SK
|Issue Date:||1-Jan-2015||Publisher:||Informa UK Limited||Citation:||Wong, SK, Wang, R, Wang, Z, Chen, SA (2015-01-01). Producing and reconstructing knowledge on China in Singapore: perspectives from the academics and mass media. Asian Ethnicity 16 (1) : 8-27. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||In Singapore, intellectuals, especially those in media and education, are considered as the driving force of formatting public opinion over the social imagination of China and Chineseness. This article, largely based on oral histories of some Singaporean scholars and media professionals and memoirs of related figures, analyzes the choice and acquisition of their knowledge on China. Through the analysis and comparison of their construction of knowledge on China, this article also discusses the accuracy of their understanding of China and how such understandings were formed along with their personal experiences from domestic socialization, education, and professional accumulation. The authors consequently map out the process of how public intellectuals from mass media and academia transform their knowledge imagination of China into the professional opinions that help to reconstruct and shift Singaporean’s impression and understandings of China.||Source Title:||Asian Ethnicity||URI:||https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/195893||ISSN:||14631369
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