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The discursive reproduction of Chinese and Japanese national identities: Editorials and opinions of the East China Sea dispute in the China Daily and Daily Yomiuri
Unformatted Document Text:  News, identity and ideology 25 References Anderson, B. (1991). Imagined Communities. London: Verso. Appadurai, A. (1996). Modernity at large: cultural dimensions of modernity. Minneapolis: MN: University of Minnesota Press. Billig, M. (1995). Banal Nationalism. London: Sage. Calder, K. E. (2006). China and Japan’s simmering rivalry. Foreign Affairs, 82, 129-139. de Cillia, R., Reisigl, M., & Wodak, R. (1999). the discursive construction of national identities. Discourse & Society, 20, 149-173. Halbwachs, M. (1992). On collective memory (L. A. Coser, Trans.). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Hall, S. (1986). The problem of Ideology-Marxism without guarantees. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 10, 28-44. He, Y. (2007). History, Chinese nationalism and the emerging Sino-Japanese conflict. Journal of Contemporary China, 16, 1-24. Hsiung, J. C. (2007). Introduction: Theory and the long-running tussle. In J. C. Hsiung (Ed.), China and Japan at odds: Deciphering the perpetual conflict (pp. 1-22). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Hutcheson, J., David Domke, Billeaudeaux, A., & Garland, P. (2004). U.S. national identity, Political elites, and a patriotic press following September 11. Political Communication, 21, 27-50. Koh, Y. (2010, October 18). Japanese Tourism to China Tapers Off. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from china-tapers-off/ Koo, M. G. (2009). The Senkaku/Diaoyu dispute and Sino-Japanese political-economic relations: cold politics and hot economics? The Pacific Review, 22, 205-232. Laforet, S., & Chen, J. (2010). Chinese and British consumers’ evaluation of Chinese and international brands and factors affecting their choice. Journal of World Business. Lee, C. C., Pan, Z., Chan, J. M., & So, C. Y. K. (2001). Through the eyes of U.S. media: Banging the democracy drum in Hong Kong. Journal of Communication, 51, 345- 365. Lee, F. L. F., & Lin, A. M. Y. (2006). Newspaper editorial discourse and the politics of self- censorship in Hong Kong. Discourse & Society, 17, 331-358.

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Anderson, B. (1991). Imagined Communities. London: Verso.
Appadurai, A. (1996). Modernity at large: cultural dimensions of modernity. Minneapolis: 
MN: University of Minnesota Press.
Billig, M. (1995). Banal Nationalism. London: Sage.
Calder, K. E. (2006). China and Japan’s simmering rivalry. Foreign Affairs, 82, 129-139.
de Cillia, R., Reisigl, M., & Wodak, R. (1999). the discursive construction of national 
identities. Discourse & Society, 20, 149-173.
Halbwachs, M. (1992). On collective memory (L. A. Coser, Trans.). Chicago: University of 
Chicago Press.
Hall, S. (1986). The problem of Ideology-Marxism without guarantees. Journal of 
Communication Inquiry, 10, 28-44.
He, Y. (2007). History, Chinese nationalism and the emerging Sino-Japanese conflict. 
Journal of Contemporary China, 16, 1-24.
Hsiung, J. C. (2007). Introduction: Theory and the long-running tussle. In J. C. Hsiung (Ed.), 
China and Japan at odds: Deciphering the perpetual conflict (pp. 1-22). New York: 
Palgrave Macmillan.
Hutcheson, J., David Domke, Billeaudeaux, A., & Garland, P. (2004). U.S. national identity, 
Political elites, and a patriotic press following September 11. Political 
Communication, 21, 27-50.
Koh, Y. (2010, October 18). Japanese Tourism to China Tapers Off. Wall Street Journal
Retrieved from
Koo, M. G. (2009). The Senkaku/Diaoyu dispute and Sino-Japanese political-economic 
relations: cold politics and hot economics? The Pacific Review, 22, 205-232.
Laforet, S., & Chen, J. (2010). Chinese and British consumers’ evaluation of Chinese and 
international brands and factors affecting their choice. Journal of World Business.
Lee, C. C., Pan, Z., Chan, J. M., & So, C. Y. K. (2001). Through the eyes of U.S. media: 
Banging the democracy drum in Hong Kong. Journal of Communication, 51, 345-
Lee, F. L. F., & Lin, A. M. Y. (2006). Newspaper editorial discourse and the politics of self-
censorship in Hong Kong. Discourse & Society, 17, 331-358.

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