By Jing Wang
One half riveting account of fieldwork and one half rigorous educational examine, Brand New China bargains a different point of view at the marketing tradition of China. Jing Wang's stories within the disparate worlds of Beijing ads companies and the U.S. academy enable her to proportion a special viewpoint on China in the course of its speeded up reintegration into the worldwide industry process.
Brand New China deals an in depth, penetrating, and up to date portrayal of branding and advertisements in modern China. Wang takes us within an ads organisation to teach the impression of yankee branding theories and versions. She additionally examines the impression of recent media practices on chinese language ads, deliberates at the convergence of grassroots artistic tradition and viral advertising and marketing options, samples profitable ads campaigns, offers useful insights approximately chinese language purchaser segments, and gives methodological reflections on popular culture and advertisements examine.
This booklet unveils a "brand new" China that's lower than the sway of the ideology of world partnership whereas suffering to not develop into a replicate photograph of the U.S.. Wang takes at the activity of revealing the place Western pondering works in China, the place it doesn't, and, might be most crucial, the place it creates possibilities for cross-fertilization.
due to its mix of enticing vignettes from the ads international and thorough learn that contextualizes those vignettes, Brand New China may be of curiosity to individuals, scholars of pop culture, and the overall analyzing public attracted to studying a few quickly remodeling chinese language society.
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