5 edition of Self-censorship and the struggle for press freedom in Hong Kong found in the catalog.
by Kluwer Law International, Distributed in North, Central, and South America by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Netherlands, New York, Norwell, MA
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-266) and index.
|Statement||Anne S.Y. Cheung.|
|LC Classifications||PN4748.C5 C44 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||2003054544|
“Hong Kong has always been a settlement place for political refugees from the mainland,” said Bao Pu, a publisher and human rights advocate from Beijing, who has lived in Hong Kong and the Although self-censorship has long been a concern, Hong Kong has traditionally enjoyed a vibrant free press. In , Reporters Without Borders ranked it 18th in its inaugural World Press Freedom
Cheung, Anne S. Y. Self-censorship and the struggle for press freedom in Hong Kong. The Hague, the Netherlands; New York N.Y.: Kluwer Law International; Norwell, MA Distributed in North, Central, and South America: Kluwer Law International, "China Blocks YouTube After Videos of Tibet Protests Are Posted." New York :// They have recommended that Hong Kong-based journalists take several more steps to protect themselves and their sources, instead of excessively engaging in self-censorship. “Self-censoring too much is a way of giving in,” Antony Dapiran, a Hong Kong-based writer and lawyer, and the author of the book City on Fire, said in a panel discussion
Self-censorship became a quite frequent practice in Russia after 's government take-overs and consolidation of media, further deepened after laws on 'undesirable organisations'. Europe. As for Europe, threats to media freedom have shown a significant increase in recent :// HONG KONG • In the past two weeks, Hong Kong publisher Raymond Yeung has hastily made changes to a draft copy of a book entitled To Freedom,
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The book is a study of press freedom in Hong Kong during the transitional era () with its entailing dynamics in the legal, political and media fields. Keywords: Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, self-censorship, press freedom, freedom of expression?abstract_id= Self-Censorship and the Struggle for Press Freedom in Hong Kong Author: Anne Cheung Ever since it was first known that Hong Kong would become China's "Special Administrative Region", there has been growing concern over the protection of the freedom of the press in this oriental ://?language=en.
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Get this from a library. Self-censorship and the struggle for press freedom in Hong Kong. [Anne S Y Cheung] -- "This book asks: what does self-censorship mean to Hong Kong at the time of political and historical juncture. It argues that self-censorship is a strategic game of Hong Kong’s press freedom is on life support thanks to the new security law years from political and economic pressure and resultant creeping self-censorship, is a part of this struggle Hong Kong insists its vibrant community of journalists has nothing to fear from the national security legislation China imposed on the city this week.
But press freedom advocates worry about Your source for credible news and authoritative insights from Hong Kong, China and the :// 1 day ago Written by Yuen Chan, Senior Lecturer, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Journalism, City, University of London Source link When more than police officers raided the headquarters of Hong Kong’s biggest – and only – pro-democracy mass-circulation newspaper, Apple Daily, on Aug many people feared this spelled the end of press An unnerving wait for the first impact on journalists of Hong Kong’s new National Security Law came to an abrupt end early yesterday when police arrested Next Digital founder and chair Jimmy Lai, along with four company executives and his two sons, while sending more than a hundred police officers on a raid of Apple Daily offices at the Tseung Kwan O industrial estate, as CPJ :// Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has asserted that it won’t affect freedom of speech, enshrined in the city’s de facto constitution called the Basic Law.
But the new law may supersede lcom/i/hong-kongs-security-law-could-have-a-chilling-effect-on. As Kong Tsung-gan, Brian Kern has published three books: Umbrella: A Political Tale from Hong Kong (Pema Press), As long as there is resistance, there is hope: Essays on the Hong Kong freedom struggle in the post-Umbrella Movement era, (Pema Press), and Liberate Hong Kong: Stories from the Freedom Struggle (Mekong Review).
In the last two weeks, Hong Kong publisher Raymond Yeung has hastily made changes to a draft paper copy of a book entitled "To Freedom," replacing the word "revolution" with "protests," tweaking a Self-Censorship and the Struggle for Press Freedom in Hong Kong(Kluwer International, ), refereed.
pages. 10/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong Hong Kong's security law could have a chilling effect on press freedom Posted: Friday, July 3, AM EDT Updated: Friday, July 3, AM EDT By Hadas Gold, CNN /hong-kongs-security-law-could-have-a-chilling-effect-on-press-freedom.
In the past two weeks, Hong Kong publisher Raymond Yeung has hastily made changes to a draft paper copy of a book entitled To Freedom (致自由), replacing the word “revolution” with “protests,” tweaking a banned slogan and cutting passages that advocate independence for the Chinese territory.
The changes were hard to make, he said, but impossible to avoid since China passed a Artistic freedom in Hong Kong: self-censorship, culture of fear growing, creatives say Following the disappearance of five Hong Kong-based book publishers, who eventually turned up //artistic-freedom-hong-kong-self-censorship-culture-fear.
Press freedom in the city has dropped to a record low, according to a survey by the Hong Kong Journalists Association, while its chairman raised fears the newly enacted national security law could further restrict the media and warning came as The newspaper, owned by Robert Kuok, a Malaysian tycoon with businesses in China, has given the story scant coverage, adding to speculation that the local media is actively engaged in self-censorship.
In her book "Self-Censorship and the Struggle for Press Freedom in Hong Kong," University of Hong Kong Law Professor Anne Cheung states that self ?no=&rel_no=1. Freedom of the press is backsliding across Asia as authoritarian leaders demand total control over information. Beijing is meanwhile exerting control over the media in China and outside the mainland, and governments are implementing laws that silence dissenters and motivate :// Framing of Internet censorship reporting was also analyzed.
The results show significant differences in coverage among the three markets. The frames employed in the coverage are interpreted in terms of the markets’ ideological differences and differences in press freedom.
The reasons for these differences and theoretical implications are. Self-Censorship and the Struggle for Press Freedom in Hong Kong. SELF-CENSORSHIP AND THE STRUGGLE FOR PRESS FREEDOM IN HONG KONG, Kluwer, Posted: 28 Sep Anne S.
Y. Cheung The University of Hong Kong - Faculty of Law Abstract: Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, self-censorship, press freedom, freedom of expression ?per_id= Lee, C.C. () ‘Press Self-censorship and Political Transition in Hong Kong’, Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 3(2): 55 – Google Scholar | SAGE Journals Lee, C.C.
() ‘The Paradox of Political Economy: Media Structure, Press Freedom, and Regime Change in Hong Kong’, in C.C. Lee (ed.), Power, Money, and Media Any rise in interference, including self-censorship, would imperil the ability of the Hong Kong and Taiwanese press to play a watchdog role.
When Hong Kong returned to Chinese control from British rule inthe territory was granted a high degree of autonomy to manage its domestic affairs under a “one country, two systems” ://