漢學研究中心、捷克科學院亞非研究所

「操控媒體:明以降中國的新聞與『假新聞』國際學術研討會」

 

時間201867-8  (星期四-五)

地點:國家圖書館國際會議廳(臺北市中山南路20號)

主辦:國家圖書館漢學研究中心捷克科學院亞非研究所

會議語言:中文、英文

 

會議簡介

近年來「假新聞」(Fake News)開始出現在全球的媒體語彙中,並迅速成為影響世界各地社會及政治的中心議題。回顧人類近代歷史,社會上各類流通資訊即被操縱在各種不同的媒介或權威者管理者手中。然而,當大眾、讀者長期信任這些媒介及其所代表權威性之後,卻在某些特定時期出現戲劇性的變化,並且造成社會及政治秩序的不穩定。為探究此議題,兩天的研討會旨在探討中國歷史上社會及政治媒體出現相對劇烈變化的三個時期,分別為:

   (1)出版業開始興起的15世紀末到16世紀初期的明朝

(2)新式的新聞業開始出現的清末民初時期(19世紀末至20世紀初期)

(3)網際網路出現的20世紀末到21世紀初期

本研討會將審視這三個重大變化的影響層面及其歷史脈絡,一方面從一個歷史性的角度來分析不同時代的媒體情況;一方面尋找分析、解釋這些現象的範式(Paradigm),例如:新的媒體以何種方式對舊有的媒介權威及社會、政治體制形成挑戰?這些媒體的消費者如何改變既有的讀者群?

 

會議子題

(1)Media and Social and Political Control 媒體、社會以及政治控制

(2)Genres of Journalism 新聞文類

(3)Rumors, Stories and Fiction 謠言、故事與虛構

(4)Propaganda and the Discourse of Dissent 宣傳與異議論述

(5)New Media and Social Media 新媒體與社群媒體



籌備委員(按姓氏筆劃排列)

  王鴻泰  中央研究院歷史語言研究所研究員

  余敏玲  中央研究院近代史研究所研究員

  吳筱玫  政治大學新聞系教授

  林昂(Ondřej Klimeš  捷克科學院亞非研究所研究員 

  林聖芬  清華大學副校長

  曾淑賢  國家圖書館館長

  路丹妮(ňa Dluhošová  捷克科學院亞非研究所研究員

  戴彼得(Peter Ditmanson 國家圖書館副研究學者

  蘇蘅   政治大學新聞系教授



預定時程


(1)論文摘要截止日期:2017 8 15

(2)摘要審查結果通知:2017 9 30

(3)全文收件截止日期:2018 4 30

(4)研討會舉辦日期:2018 6 7-8

 


Manipulating the Media: News and “Fake News” in China since Early Modern Times

Date: June 7 and 8, 2018
Venue: International Conference Hall, National Central Library
(20 Zhongshan South Road, Taipei 10001, Taiwan, R.O.C.)
Hosts: Center for Chinese Studies, National Central Library          
       Oriental Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences
Languages: Chinese or English


Introduction

    “Fake News” has recently emerged in the global lexicon as a central issue affecting social and political systems around the world. Information has, of course, been manipulated by various agents since the dawn of time. But the large questions of trust and authority in the media have dramatically erupted at certain times in history, bringing instability and challenges to existing social and political orders. 

    This 2-day conference explores crises of authority in the circulation of information during three periods in Chinese history that have seen dramatic shifts in forms of social and political media: 
   1. The late fifteenth and early sixteenth century of the Ming period, with the rise of printing;
   2. The late nineteenth and early twentieth century of the Qing and Republican periods, with   the rise of new journalism;
   3. The late twentieth and early twenty-first century, with the rise of the internet.

    This conference examines the dimensions and contexts of these disruptions at these three historical periods in China to both historicize the current media climate, and to seek for paradigms for understanding and analyzing the issue of trust and authority in media in the context of deliberate manipulation by various actors for political purposes. Specifically, the conference asks questions such as in what ways new media challenge the authority of established media forms and social and political institutions, how do established social and political institutions react to emergence of new and/or contesting media forms, and/or how does the consumption of news and information shift among the broader reading public as a result of these processes?

Subtopics

1. Media and Social and Political Control           
2. Genres of Journalism
                               
3. Rumors, Stories and Fiction
                     
4.  Propaganda and the Discourse of Dissent
5.  New Media and Social Media
      

Organizing Committee


Wang Hung-tai 

Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica

Yu Miin-ling

Research Fellow and Deputy Director, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica, Academia Sinica

Wu Hsiaomei

Professor, College of Communication, National Chengchi University

Ondřej Klimeš

Research Fellow, the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences

LinSheng-Fen

Senior Vice Chancellor at National Tsing Hua University

Tseng Shu-hsien

Director-general, National Central Library

ňa Dluhošová

Research Fellow, the Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Peter Ditmanson

Associate Research Fellow, National Central Library

Su Herng

Professor, College of Communication, National Chengchi University


Important Dates


Deadline of Abstract SubmissionAug. 15th 2017

Announcement of Decisions: Sept. 30th, 2017
Deadline for Paper Submission: April 30th, 2018

Date of the Conference :  June,7th~8th,2018