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Maria Repnikova offers an innovative analysis of the media oversight role in China by examining how a volatile partnership is sustained between critical journalists and the state.

Produktbeschreibung
Maria Repnikova offers an innovative analysis of the media oversight role in China by examining how a volatile partnership is sustained between critical journalists and the state.
Autorenporträt
Maria Repnikova is a scholar of comparative authoritarianism and political communication in illiberal contexts, with a focus on China and Russia. She holds a Doctorate in Politics from the University of Oxford, where she was a Rhodes Scholar. In the past, Repnikova has researched Chinese migration to Russia as a Fulbright Fellow and held the Overseas Press Club fellowship in Beijing, and she was also a post-doctoral fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication. She speaks fluent Mandarin and Russian, and has spent extensive time in both China and Russia. She teaches international communication, Chinese media politics and society and information politics in non-democratic regimes.