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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Kiltau
Reflection of the "Chinese Dream" Concept in the Western Media in the Early 21st Century
2018
SUMMARY: Reflection of the Chinese Dream concept in the Western English-language Media in the Early 21st Century.

The object of the research is the media, while the subject is the coverage of the concept of the Chinese dream in the media. The goal of the work is to study the phenomenon of the Chinese dream, its development and influence on domestic reforms in China, as well as the influence of the phenomenon itself on relations between China, the United States and Great Britain. To solve the tasks of the current paper, the following methods were used: discourse analysis, textual analysis and content analysis. The thesis consists of one hundred and two pages, an introduction, four chapters and a list of literature comprising one hundred and fifty-seven sources.

The first chapter of the work "Theoretical Foundations of Research" defines the notion of the concept of the Chinese dream and its main provisions. The second chapter is devoted to the principles of implementing the Chinese dream into the economic, political and cultural spheres of China. In the third chapter, China's international relations are characterized in the context of its relations with the United Kingdom and the United States. In the fourth chapter, the features of the Chinese dream concept coverage in the American and British media are analyzed.

The importance and actuality of this paper is that at currently the issue of the interaction of the political climate and the activities of Western media with regards to the "Chinese dream" has not actually been studied, despite the fact that the atmosphere and climate are defined as one of the main elements in the the formation of the foreign affairs by the United States, Britain and China.

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