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Coverage of the Wenchuan Earthquake: An Overview

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Through a review of the relevant literature from CNKI's Chinese Academic Periodical Internet Publication Database and its China Important Newspapers Database, this paper analyzes the coverage of the Wenzhou Earthquake. It answers the following questions: Did the reports following the disaster have any defining patterns or characteristics? What public concerns were reflected in the reports? Which spheres of society will feel the lasting effects of the earthquake? The goal of the essay is to discover what lessons can be drawn from the earthquake disaster and to understand systematically and holistically the significance of the earthquake for Chinese people.


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