Drawing from an exploration of the evolution of the social representations of Chinese migrants in Italy (which has seen a wosening from a positive to a negative stereotype since the late-1990s), and after assessing the current (as of the late-2000s) state of intercultural publishing in Italy involving Chinese migrants, the chapter investigates the case study of "Chinatown Today", a webseries produced by an Italian media conglomerate but presented as coming from (and representing) the "Chinese migrant voice".

Gelpi, A., Tarantino, M., Chinatown Today: Schizophrenies of Italian Multicultural Publishing, in Giaccardi, C. (ed.), Space, Media & Cultural Flows: Insights on Intercultural Communication, Vita e Pensiero, Milano 2009: 69- 82 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/1683]

Chinatown Today: Schizophrenies of Italian Multicultural Publishing

Gelpi, Andrea;Tarantino, Matteo
2009

Abstract

Drawing from an exploration of the evolution of the social representations of Chinese migrants in Italy (which has seen a wosening from a positive to a negative stereotype since the late-1990s), and after assessing the current (as of the late-2000s) state of intercultural publishing in Italy involving Chinese migrants, the chapter investigates the case study of "Chinatown Today", a webseries produced by an Italian media conglomerate but presented as coming from (and representing) the "Chinese migrant voice".
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Space, Media & Cultural Flows: Insights on Intercultural Communication
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Gelpi, A., Tarantino, M., Chinatown Today: Schizophrenies of Italian Multicultural Publishing, in Giaccardi, C. (ed.), Space, Media & Cultural Flows: Insights on Intercultural Communication, Vita e Pensiero, Milano 2009: 69- 82 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/1683]
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