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Media and Politics in Pacific Asia
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Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: Politics and Media in Pacific Asia 2. Media in Times of Crisis: Media and Democratic Transitions in Southeast Asia 3. Media in Peacetime? Press and Television in Japan 4. Media as an Agent of Stability? Suharto's Indonesia 5. Media in a Time of Transition: Hong Kong 6. International Media and Domestic Politics: Tales from Thailand 7. Conclusion Select Bibliography Index

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Duncan McCargo is Professor of Southeast Asian politics at the University of Leeds.

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'The book would be of utmost interest to scholars investigating media influences in Asia, from both media and political science perspectives, as well as those pursuing cultural studies or historical research.' - Contemporary Southeast Asia'Media and Politics in Pacific Asia is not only rich in empirical detail, but is also theoretically provocative for what it sets out to do.' - The Star, Malaysia


'The book would be of utmost interest to scholars investigating media influences in Asia, from both media and political science perspectives, as well as those pursuing cultural studies or historical research.' - Contemporary Southeast Asia

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