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Title: The labor consciousness in the stock right shifting for party-owned media: A case study of China Television Company
Authors: Liu, Huei-Ling
劉蕙苓
Contributors: 新聞系
Date: 2007-10
Issue Date: 2015-07-13 16:55:35 (UTC+8)
Abstract: For the past two years, the KMT owned media was in a state of uncertainty because of the withdrawal from the media due to broadcasting and TV laws. During the stock right shifting, how do the laborers collectively take action and strive for their rights and interests? What will be the labor consciousness represented during this time? The China Television Company (CTV) is one of the most successful cases among these party-owned media. This research focuses on the CTV case study to answer these questions with a field study approach. This research suggests that there are two characteristics for CTV labor consciousness: (1) many fit the profile of a white-collar class lacking a collective consciousness; (2) they are obedient and moderate under the long standing KMT leadership. This might not be favorable for further action with regard to their rights and interests.
Relation: Mass Communication Research, 93, 141-183
Data Type: article
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