Critical Arts-South-North Cultural and Media Studies

Papers
(The TQCC of Critical Arts-South-North Cultural and Media Studies is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Were They Illegal Rioters or Pro-democracy Protestors? Examining the 2019–20 Hong Kong Protests inChina DailyandThe New York Times14
From Underground to Mainstream and Then What? Empowerment and Censorship in China’s Hip-Hop Music9
Globalization, Science Fiction and the China Story: Translation, Dissemination and Reception of Liu Cixin’s Works across the Globe9
Construing Community with a Shared Future in President Xi Jinping’s Diplomatic Discourse (2013–2018): The Role of Personal Pronouns we and they8
Different Discursive Constructions of Chinese Political Congresses in China Daily and The New York Times: A Corpus-based Discourse Study7
“One Country, Two Systems”: A Corpus-assisted Discourse Analysis of the Politics of Recontextualization in British, American and Chinese Newspapers7
Precarious Creativity: Production of Digital Video in China5
Critical Perspectives on Digitization of Translation: Challenges and Opportunities4
An Overview of Cultural Literacy in Turkey through Private Contemporary Art Institutions and Independent Arts and Cultural Spaces under the AKP Rule4
Exploring Metaphorical Representations of Law and Order in China’s Government Work Reports: A Corpus-based Diachronic Analysis of Legal Metaphors4
Martial Arts Cinema in Civil Society of Postcolonial Hong Kong:Kung Fu HustleandThe Grandmaster4
Alibaba’s Media Empire Dream? A Discursive Analysis of Legitimacy Strategies over Cross-Border Media Acquisition3
Appraising with Metaphors: A Case Study of the Strategic Ritual for Invoking Journalistic Emotions in News Reporting of the China–US Trade Disputes3
Geopoetic Praxis in European Diversity/Decoloniality3
Integrative Research in Art and Science: A Framework for Proactive Humanities3
(Dis)Assembling eSports: Material Actors and Relational Networks in the Chinese eSports Industry3
Strengthening the National Identity Through A Bite of China: Collective Memory and Traditional Culture3
Graffiti of the “New” Hong Kong and Their Imaginative Geographies During the Anti-Extradition Bill Protests of 2019–20203
Curation by the Living Dead: Exploring the Legacy of Norwegian Museums' Colonial Collections2
North Korean Defectors’ Self-representation as the Politics of Refusal2
New Media, Contentious Politics, and Political Public Sphere in Iran2
Democratising Goals in a Neoliberal Context—The Multiple Temporalities in Finnish Cultural Policy Discourses2
Cultural Literacies in Transition2
A New Harmonisation of Art and Technology: Philosophic Interpretations of Artificial Intelligence Art2
African language digital media and communication2
Queer Affective Literacies: Examining “Rotten” Women’s Literacies in Japan2
Media Construction of China: A Review of Relevant Studies2
Confrontation, Competition, or Cooperation? The China–US Relations Represented in China Daily’s Coverage of Climate Change (2010–2019)2
Further Travels in “Becoming-Aboriginal”: TheCountryof Oodnadatta, the Importance of Aboriginal Tourism, and the Critical Need for Ecosophy2
Performing Chineseness, Translated Histories: Taiwanese Cartoonist Chen Uen’s Ink-brush Comic Aesthetics and Digital Pedagogy2
Autoethnography as a Pedagogical Tool for Developing Culturally Situated Psychotherapeutic Practice2
The Role of Wushu Martial Arts Representation in the Contemporary Mass Culture of the World2
The Most Influential Elements of the Chinese Traditional Music Culture before the Ming Dynasty in Southeast Asia2
Digital Globalization, Fan Culture and Transmedia Storytelling: The Rise of Web Fiction as a Burgeoning Literary Genre in China2
Cartooning COVID-19 in China1
Robots, AI, and the Metaverse: Distinguishing the Intelligent Images in Science Fiction Movies1
From 29 May to 12 June: Journalistic Framing of Change in the Date of the Commemoration of Democracy Day in Nigeria1
Theorizing Afrophobia Beyond Apartheid: Conflict Cultures in Neill Blomkamp's District 91
The Kruger Park and Jacob Dlamini’s Safari Nation: A Social History of the Kruger National Park1
Power and Identity Transition in Symphonic Music: Shanghai Symphony Orchestra from the 1920s to the Early 1950s1
Exploring the Author–Translator–Publisher Relationship Using Bourdieu’s Capital: A Case Study of Jin Yong’s Martial Arts Fiction1
Illusion in the Digitised Public Sphere: Reading WhatsApp through the Grammar of Phantasmagoria1
Beyond Rebellion of the Net: Infrastructural Commoning as Critical Cultural Literacy1
How to build a “Dream” in political speech? A critical discourse analysis of the discursive construction of the Chinese Dream speech1
Drifting Between Paris and Beijing: Transnational Cityscapes in Lou Ye’s Sino-French Film Love and Bruises (2011)1
China’s School Textbook Replacement and Curriculum Reform in the New Era of Globalization1
Cross-cultural Exchange of Heritage in Museums: A Study of Dunhuang Art in the Hong Kong Heritage Museum from the Perspective of Cultural Translation1
“Admirable Facsimiles”: Coffee Tables, Copying Contexts and Helen Tongue’s Rock Art Book c19091
Tradition, Transmediality, and Modernity: Representation of the Double in Chinese Modern Visual Culture1
Infectious Images: Viral Internet Content in the Democratic Republic of Congo1
A “Poor Man's Pleasure”: The Cinema House and Its Publics in Twentieth Century South Africa1
Coloniality and the Mbuya Nehanda Statue: A Decolonial Analysis of Twitter Users’ Comments1
A Bibliometric Study on Chinese Discourse (1994–2021)1
Small is Beautiful: Japanese Aesthetic Consciousness in the Animated Adaptation of The Borrowers1
Media, Big men and Power Struggles in Football Bodies: Framing the Impasse between the ZIFA and PSI leadership in Selected Media1
Printmaking and Cultural Imagination in Contemporary Nigerian Art1
Will the Metaverse Revolutionize the Narrative?1
A Comprehensive Evaluation of Urban Cultural Soft Power for the Silk Road Economic Belt1
Ethnic Politics and Aesthetic Criticism: An Analysis of Social Media Discourses About Skhosana Buhlungu’s Music1
A Systematic Literature Review of the Belt and Road Initiative in Australia from 2013 to 20211
Struggle Between Tradition and Modernity: The Images of Beijing Hutongs in Anglo-American Media1
The Origins Centre:Enliveningthe Bushmen1
Ecological Thinking about the Metaverse from a Posthumanist Perspective1
Unpacking Cultural Logics: A Rhetorical Listening Analysis of the Public Black Pete Debate in Flanders1
On Making Ethical Choices in Ethnographic Research into (Young) People’s Mediated Intimacy: A Research Note1
President, Preacher and Populist: ANC, DA and EFF Leader Posters of the 2019 South African Elections1
Cultural Studies in Interhemispherical Perspective. China, Africa, Asia and Australasia1
Literary Theory and Cultural Practice of “Metaverse” in China1
When Shopping Turns Scary: Twitter Conversations about Violent Crime in Johannesburg Malls1
Digital Barbarism: The New Colonization of the Mind1
Pathways Indra Congress: Cultural Literacy for Social Change1
Political Imagination and Utopian Pedagogy1
Emancipatory Communication: A Critical Reflection on Communication Sciences in the Post-Pandemic Era 11
The Classical Chinese Gardens as a Medium: Rethinking the Visual Transformation in Chinese Culture in the Twentieth Century1
Role-Play as a Pedagogical Strategy to Assist Postgraduate Psychology Students Engage with the Social Embeddedness of Trauma1
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