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|Other Titles: ||Scholars on Television V.S. Absence of theIntellectuals—Using the TV show “The LectureRoom” as an Example|
|Authors: ||趙 勇|
thought type scholar;knowledge type scholar;critical thinking;intellectuals;new intellectuals;Satre
|Issue Date: ||2016-09-08 14:25:38 (UTC+8)|
This paper primarily focuses on the discussion regarding issues of Chinese scholars on television and their presenting identities given by the mass media. Using the popular T.V. show “The Lecture Room” as an example, scholars on television is highly approved by the majority of the people who work in the academic field, especially by Dr. Dan-Qin Chen, who were once a professor teaching art at Tsinghua University, Beijing. Due to the production principle and sieving mechanism, scholars being chosen to be on the T.V. show, “The Lecture Room”, are mostly characterized as the “knowledge type” of scholars, who are usually lack the quality of critical thinking, which on the other hand is a key characteristic shared by those “thought type” of scholars, who are rarely invited to be on the show. According to J.P Satre, one of the greatest existentialists in 20th century, the purpose of scholars being on mass media is not only to disseminate more advanced knowledge, but also to encourage thought interaction and stimulate critical thinking. These scholars are what he called the “New Intellectuals”. However, based on the current situation of scholars on T.V., Satres’ ideal scholar identity is totally diminished by the show production group. In other words, mass media in China does not provide a solid platform for these new intellectuals to demonstrate what genuine critical thinking interaction is like. This paper takes various standpoints to give a more in depth criticism regarding this discrepancy.
|Relation: ||新聞學研究, 96, 261-293|
Mass Communication Research
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[新聞學研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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