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    Title: 不僅僅是代筆者:王滬寧作為新型中共意識形態理論家
    More Than Just a Ghost Writer: Wang Huning as a New Style Advisor Defending CCP Ideology
    Authors: 正浩
    Burge, Charles
    Contributors: 曾偉峯
    Tzeng Wei-Feng
    Burge, Charles
    Keywords: 王滬寧
    Wang Huning
    Chinese Politics
    Elite Politics
    Political Science
    Communist Party of China
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-12-01 14:04:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 王滬寧是當代中國政治中最具影響力的人物之一。他的重要性源自他前所未有的職業生涯。與中國幾乎所有其他政治人物不同,王滬寧是一個沒有派系的人,他在政治上沒有官僚或政治經驗;相反,他是一位學者。由於他三十年的顧問生涯以及他是三位不同總書記背後的雄辯策劃大師,王被視為中國頂級政治顧問,被稱為“中國的灰色掌權者”。他的運動為黨打下了言辭和宣傳基礎,並為黨創造了廣泛的宣傳和國家團結的旗幟。他倡導的新權威主義和非自由主義對中國產生了重大政治變革,他的工作內容及其對當代中國政治的反映不容忽視。要理解中國政治,必須探討王滬寧的重要性。本論文旨在了解王在黨的意識形態和言辭方面所帶來的廣泛政治影響,同時理解王作為中國共產黨党內領導人的獨特意義。
    Wang Huning is one of the most consequential figures in contemporary Chinese politics. His significance is derived from his unprecedented career. Unlike almost all other political figures in China, Wang is a man without a faction, and he entered politics with no bureaucratic or political experience; rather, he was an academic. Wang is regarded as China’s Éminence Grise as China’s top political advisor due to his three-decade career as an advisor and rhetorical mastermind behind three different General Secretaries. His campaigns have laid the rhetorical and propaganda foundations for the Party and created encompassing banners for propagandizing and national unity behind the Party. His espousing of neo-authoritarianism and illiberalism present significant political change in China, and the content of his work and its reflection on contemporary Chinese politics cannot be overlooked. To understand the politics of China, the significance of Wang Huning must be explored. This thesis seeks to understand the broad-level political implications of Wang in terms of Party ideology and rhetoric, along with understanding the unique significance of Wang as a Party leader within the Chinese Communist Party.
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