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Zheng Li, Promoting Harmony with Conflicts?
This dissertation focuses on the production and consumption of a mediation show in China that collaborates with the local Justice Bureau and broadcasts on an entertainment channel—exploring answers to questions raised from the mentioned entertainisation, social and political, and cultural issues.
Bakker, ‘Do liberal norms matter?’, Acta Politica 2016
An experimental comparison of the impact of liberal norms on a population residing and socialised within a democracy (the Netherlands) with a population in an autocracy (China) and their respective supports for war with another state shows that the level of liberal norms in the democratic experimental…
Entertainment and enlightenment for the masses: reality television in China
In the controlled, censored, and taboo-ridden media landscape of communist China, one would not expect seeing a television show featuring real people having actual conflicts. Yet reality programmes about conflict mediation are mushrooming in the People’s Republic. Both the public and the authorities…
Political Science Lunch Research Seminar: Economic Development and Village Elections in China
Promoting Harmony with Conflicts?