Chinese Communication Policies Term Paper by writingsensation

Chinese Communication Policies
The paper examines China's communication ties and the conduit metaphor theory.
# 75364 | 3,000 words | 13 sources | APA | 2006 | US

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The paper discusses China's communication policies and examines how although they have taken steps towards establishing more open and honest communication ties, China still has a long way to go before it will give up the belief that information can be controlled. The paper explains that limitations present within the conduit metaphor make it incapable of providing a theoretical explanation for organizational communication.
The paper emphasizes that Chinese businesses should learn to foster more open and honest communication ties for the sake of corporate survival in the international arena. The writer is sure that they will come to realize the benefits of not conducting their public relations in terms of the conduit metaphor.

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"Knowing that the US government would not allow such a sale to take place due to fears of China's possible use of such parts for military purposes, CATIC attempted to secretly urge American airline manufacturer McDonnell Douglas Co. to agree towards buying output from Mamco after its ownership was taken over by the Chinese. After CATIC bought Mamco and knowledge about this sale was brought to Washington's attention, President Bush Sr. forced the Chinese to abandon the deal."

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