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Exploring the effect of the Looking China Youth Film Project on its participants

  • Geoff PoisterEmail author
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Abstract

Pew Research Center surveys have shown, many of political tensions between China and the U.S. are reflected in American public opinion. Meanwhile, the Chinese public has its own complaints about the U.S.—in particular, most believe the U.S. is trying to contain a rising China. This article presents six key findings about American public opinion toward China, and Chinese public opinion about the U.S. While some surveys show a genereally negative opinion in both countries, it was found that young people possess a more piositive view of both China and the U.S.

Keywords

China Foreign affairs and policy Global balance of power International governments and institutions International threats and allies U.S. global image and anti-Americanism Public perceptions of China and the United States 

Reference

  1. Willnat, L., and E.T. Metzgar. 2012. American Perceptions of China and the Chinese: Do the Media Matter? annual meeting of the World Association for Public Opinion Research, Hong Kong.Google Scholar

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© Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture 2019

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Boston UniversityBostonUSA

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