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Propaganda in China: What are the effects on Chinese Design History and on Asian as Well as How it Compare to Other Countries Design Histories.

设计史代写 This question focuses on answering the question of how the propaganda in China have affected the China design histories ···

 

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This question focuses on answering the question of how the propaganda in China have affected the China design histories and Asia as a whole. The topic will also compare the Asian designs histories as shaped by the propaganda with those of other countries. In this respect, propaganda has been used in China since the time immemorial, and they have been used to shape not only the China design histories but also the social, political, and economic associated with those designs. As such, propaganda has been used for various reasons in China mostly for political and social changes. The use can be tracked throughout the Chinese military and social history.

Although propaganda has been there for thousands of years, it had been extensively used in the 20th century. Getting inspiration from the Soviet and Nazi states, China has used propaganda as an art of influence and control by the Chinese Communist Party. Propaganda messages were propagated in the form of posters which carried in them a political doctrine and which decorated the streets and homes of China. This form of communication was being used as the only effective method to reach out to the illiterate masses as differences in dialects between communicates made verbal and written communication futile. This way, the art of influence through posters was born continued to change the Chinese design histories which are the main focus of this paper.

Objectives  设计史代写

This research paper seeks to achieve the following goals in the bid to understanding how propaganda in China has affected Chinese design history and that of Asia as well as the comparison with other countries design histories.

i. Explain the use of propaganda in China

ii. Identify the relationship between propaganda in China and the Chinese design history

iii. Identify how propaganda has affected Chinese design history

iv. Identify the propaganda that has affected the Chinese design history

v. Compare the Chinese design history with that of other countries

The significance of the Topic  设计史代写

The research is essential to understanding how propaganda has affected Chinese design and how this can be compared to other countries.

Annotated Bibliography

Ginsberg, Mary. The art of influence: Asian propaganda. British Museum Press, 2013.

The source is a press release that explores how both state-sponsored and bottom-up propaganda in Asian countries including China were used in the early and late 1900s. The release is achieved in the British Museum. In the context of propaganda, the release explores the complexities of which were associated with propaganda, and it was used for the necessities of nation-building regarding politics, employment, war, and more. I chose this source to inform on the broader topic of propaganda and the reason why it was being used. In essence, it puts the topic in context. Therefore, the source will assist you to develop the topic ground up to the more specific effect on Chinese design history.

Shambaugh, David. “China’s propaganda system: Institutions, processes, and efficacy.” The China Journal 57 (2007): 25-58.  设计史代写

The source explores the contradiction that exists between the state and society agendas but narrows mostly to the side of the state in the equation. Therefore, the writer focuses on the scope, structure, and mechanism of propaganda in China. It also considers the entities involved in the China propaganda system including the Chinese Communist (CCP). The writer also expounds on the strength and efficacy the propaganda in China has today. Beside the source providing the background information about propaganda system in China, I chose to for its purpose in arguing out the contemporary propaganda in China and how they are propagated considering the market forces and media. In this regard, the source will help in supporting how the propaganda effects are disseminated to influence the designs that are currently sprouting up in China.

Mand, Harpreet. “Asia: Identity, Architecture And Modernity.” The Journal Of Architecture, vol 18, no. 1, 2013, pp. 59-78. Informa UK Limited, DOI:10.1080/13602365.2012.751801. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.

The article shifts the focus from China to the whole of East Asia. In this respect, it explains how each of the nations in Asian is striving to have identity through modern architecture. This way the topic of propaganda of the most modern and unique city or nation regarding design emerges. The article views this competition as a post-colonial construct of identities which is relative to different Asian contexts of designs. It has also aimed at portraying Asia as the principal agent in manifesting the modernity in its different parts. Therefore, I chose this article to have the larger picture of comparison on how the propaganda of identity, architecture, and modernity converge in Asian countries. Thus, it is a variable source in support of the Asian effect of propaganda on design history.

Castillo, Greg. Cold War on the Home Front: The Soft Power of Midcentury Design. U of Minnesota Press, 2010.  

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Architectural propaganda has also been used as a strategic marketing and branding campaign. The article points out that the company headquarters give the ultimate expression of the company. The argument put forth is that the design makes a statement to the prospective customers, employees, and competitors. In the modern corporate world, the architectural design used by a company carries that company philosophies and principles it with to embody on to the outside world. In other words, the design is used to express the success attributed to the company. The source makes a perfect illustration on the influence propaganda has on designs especially through the corporate sector. In this regard, it will be a supporting article for propaganda in China and its effect on Chinese design history.

Lei, Qionglu. “China’s Ugliest Buildings: A Yearly Case of Architectural Catharsis.” The MA Design Studies Journal, vol 4, 2017, pp. 22-33. The New School Parsons. 

The article has taken a strategic position on how propaganda influences the design in China. Based on the online contest “Top 10 Ugliest Building in China” create an impression of architectural identity and beauty that the Chinese society wants. Notably, this is a contest in a communist country which is the fact that should not be overlooked. So, the measure of ugliness is an opportunity to express distaste about the of specific designs as well as show a kind of sophistication of identity, uniqueness, and beauty culture. The article is profound in addressing the propaganda in the context of advocating for beautiful structure by lining up and exposing ugliness in the designs.

Testado, Justine. “ How can Architectural Propaganda be reinterpreted?”. Bustler, 2017, http://bustler.net/news/tags/architecture-politics/119467. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.  设计史代写

The question raised by the article is how architectural designs can be reinterpreted through exploration and comparison of various design ideas. This way, designers are challenged with the relationship that exists between the architecture and how it can influence the psychological state of the society. This way, design permeates beyond physical experiences to the psychological state of the community.

Therefore, architecture has been used as devices for propaganda which in itself represent what the society wants. The propaganda of space is reducing, and the need to have architectures that utilize the available space to the maximum has further influenced the designs. The article offers better insight of design inform of architecture propagating propaganda. It, therefore, can be used to support how propaganda has been portrayed in the architectural designs in China due to the notion of population increase and for space utilization.

Shambaugh, David. “China’s Soft-Power Push.” Foreign Affairs, vol. 94, no. 4, Jul 2015, pp. 99-107. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1691576736?accountid=45049.

Although China has been on its growth trajectory, it has a shortage of soft powers. Therefore, it has embarked on the broader agenda to enhance the media, arts, sports, and other fields which are intended to bring change in China. Much of this is external propaganda which seeks to westernize China by having to adopt some culture from the western countries to gain soft powers. In the process of building these soft powers, the exchange of culture may occur which transcend to influence the Chinese designs. The argument is along the line of external propaganda leading to the emergence of new westernized design in China.

Brady, Anne-Marie. “The Beijing Olympics as a Campaign of Mass Distraction.” The China Quarterly, vol. 197, 2009, pp. 1-24. ProQuest,  https://search.proquest.com/docview/861228330?accountid=45049, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0305741009000058.  设计史代写

China is a dominant communist state. Beijing Olympics were yet another propaganda which aimed to distract people from their main local problems and tries to incorporate the modern practices that came with the event. The event was a cultural exchange which leads to westernization various Chinese practices including dressing and other designs from the west. Therefore, Beijing Olympic played a crucial role in not only influencing the social and political aspect of Chinese culture but also design history.

Justice, Lorraine. China’s design revolution. Vol. 2. MIT Press, 2012.

This article focuses on the third generation of the People’s Republic of China that began from 19780’s. Moreover, the author captures the transformative influence associated with this new generation of innovators and consumers. Unlike the past two generations, this new generation is highly dynamic and very tech-savvy. On the same note, the government is supportive of the activities undertaken by these generational designers. The core objective of this new generation is to establish China as a global powerhouse with immense skills and knowledge. This article is relevant to this topic since it gives the current transformation happening in China. The third-generation design is an advancement to what was previously incubated in ancient China

Llyod, Joe. “Chinese Propaganda Posters: How Design Won the Revolution – Icon Magazine.” Icon Eye, 2018, https://www.iconeye.com/design/features/item/12885-chinese-propaganda-posters-how-design-won-the-revolution. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.  设计史代写

The article expounds on propaganda poster as the vital way used to instill values in Chinese society. The communist party used posters to distribute propaganda messages on opposition to capitalist oppression. The design of posters was considered the most natural methods to reach the people, and eventually, the party succeeded to clinch the power. Although this paper does not mainly focus on propaganda and its effect on Chinese design, it gives more in-depth insight into how propaganda messages reached the audience. The source will inform the introductory part of the topic by explaining the details of propaganda in China and how their influence was transferred to the recipients.

Work Cited  设计史代写

Brady, Anne-Marie. “The Beijing Olympics as a Campaign of Mass Distraction.” The China Quarterly, vol. 197, 2009, pp. 1-24. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/861228330?accountid=45049, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0305741009000058

Castillo, Greg. Cold War on the Home Front: The Soft Power of Midcentury Design. U of Minnesota Press, 2010.

Ginsberg, Mary. The art of influence: Asian propaganda. British Museum Press, 2013. Shambaugh, David. “China’s propaganda system: Institutions, processes, and efficacy.” The China Journal 57 (2007): 25-58.

Justice, Lorraine. China’s design revolution. Vol. 2. MIT Press, 2012.

Lei, Qionglu. “China’s Ugliest Buildings: A Yearly Case of Architectural Catharsis.” The MA Design Studies Journal, vol 4, 2017, pp. 22-33. The New School Parsons.

Llyod, Joe. “Chinese Propaganda Posters: How Design Won the Revolution – Icon Magazine.” Icon Eye, 2018, https://www.iconeye.com/design/features/item/12885-chinese-propaganda-posters-how-design-won-the-revolution. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.

Mand, Harpreet. “Asia: Identity, Architecture And Modernity.” The Journal Of Architecture, vol 18, no. 1, 2013, pp. 59-78. Informa UK Limited, DOI:10.1080/13602365.2012.751801. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.

Testado, Justine. ” How can Architectural Propaganda be reinterpreted?”. Bustler, 2017, http://bustler.net/news/tags/architecture-politics/119467. Accessed 28 Nov 2018. Shambaugh, David. “China’s Soft-Power Push.” Foreign Affairs, vol. 94, no. 4, Jul 2015, pp. 99-107. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1691576736?accountid=45049.


 

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在中国的宣传:对中国设计史,亚洲设计的影响以及与其他国家设计史的比较如何?

设计史代写 这个问题的重点是回答中国的宣传如何影响中国设计历史的问题···

 

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这个问题的重点是回答中国的宣传如何影响中国的设计历史和整个亚洲的问题。该主题还将比较宣传所塑造的亚洲设计历史与其他国家的历史。在这方面,自远古时代以来,宣传就一直在中国使用,它们不仅被用来塑造中国的设计史,而且也被用来塑造与这些设计有关的社会,政治和经济。因此,宣传在中国由于各种原因而被广泛使用,主要用于政治和社会变革。可以在整个中国军事和社会历史中追踪使用情况。

尽管宣传已经存在了数千年,但在20世纪已被广泛使用。从苏维埃和纳粹国家获得启发,中国将宣传作为中国共产党的影响和控制手段。宣传信息以海报的形式传播,其中带有政治学说,并装饰着中国的街道和房屋。这种交流形式被用作接触文盲人群的唯一有效方法,因为交流之间的方言差异使口头和书面交流徒劳无功。这样,通过海报产生影响的艺术不断地改变着中国设计的历史,这是本文的重点。

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本研究旨在实现以下目标,以了解中国的宣传如何影响中国和亚洲的设计历史以及与其他国家的设计历史进行比较。

解释在中国使用宣传
确定中国的宣传与中国设计史之间的关系
确定宣传如何影响中国的设计历史
识别影响中国设计历史的宣传
将中国的设计历史与其他国家的历史进行比较

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这项研究对于了解宣传如何影响中国设计以及如何将其与其他国家进行比较至关重要。

带注释的书目
玛丽·金斯伯格。影响力的艺术:亚洲宣传。大英博物馆出版社,2013年。

资料来源是一份新闻稿,探讨了在1900年代初期和后期如何使用包括中国在内的亚洲国家的国家赞助和自下而上的宣传。释放是在大英博物馆中实现的。在宣传的背景下,本新闻稿探讨了与宣传有关的复杂性,它被用于政治,就业,战争等方面的国家建设的必要性。我选择此资料来源是为了宣传更广泛的主题以及其被使用的原因。本质上,它将主题置于上下文中。因此,参考资料将帮助您进一步发展主题,从而对中国设计历史产生更具体的影响。

尚博,大卫。 “中国的宣传体系:制度,程序和效力。”中国日报57(2007):25-58。设计史代写

消息来源探讨了国家与社会议程之间存在的矛盾,但在等式中,这种矛盾大多缩小到了国家的一边。因此,作者着眼于中国宣传的范围,结构和机制。它还考虑了参与中国宣传系统的实体,包括中共(CCP)。作者还阐述了当今中国宣传所具有的力量和功效。除了提供有关中国宣传体系的背景信息的资料来源之外,我选择这样做的目的是为了探讨中国的当代宣传以及如何考虑市场力量和媒体来传播它们。在这方面,消息来源将有助于支持如何传播宣传效果,以影响目前在中国萌芽的设计。

曼德,哈普雷特。 “亚洲:身份,建筑和现代性。” 《建筑学杂志》,第18卷,第1期。 2013年1月,第59-78页。 Informa UK Limited,DOI:10.1080 / 13602365.2012.751801。于2018年11月28日访问。

文章将重点从中国转移到整个东亚。在这方面,它解释了亚洲的每个国家如何通过现代建筑力求具有认同感。这样,就出现了关于设计的最现代,最独特的城市或国家的宣传主题。文章将这场竞争视为与亚洲不同设计背景相关的身份的后殖民建构。它还旨在将亚洲描绘成在不同地区体现现代性的主要代理人。

因此,我选择本文来比较一下亚洲国家对身份,建筑和现代性的宣传是如何融合的。因此,它是支持宣传对设计历史的亚洲影响的可变来源。

格雷格·卡斯蒂略。家庭方面的冷战:中世纪设计的软实力。明尼苏达大学出版社,2010。
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建筑宣传也已被用作战略性营销和品牌宣传活动。文章指出,公司总部是公司的最终体现。提出的论点是,该设计向潜在的客户,员工和竞争对手做出了表述。在现代公司世界中,公司使用的建筑设计秉承了公司的哲学和原则,并体现在外部世界中。换句话说,设计用于表达归因于公司的成功。消息来源完美地说明了宣传对设计的影响,尤其是通过公司部门的影响。在这方面,它将是在中国进行宣传及其对中国设计史的影响的佐证文章。

雷琼露“中国最丑陋的建筑:一年一度的建筑宣泄案例。” 《 MA设计研究期刊》,2017年第4卷,第22-33页。新派牧师。

本文就宣传如何影响中国的设计采取了战略性立场。基于在线竞赛“中国十大最丑陋的建筑”,给人一种中国社会想要的建筑特色和美感。值得注意的是,这是在共产主义国家的一场竞赛,这是不容忽视的事实。因此,丑陋的度量是一个表达对特定设计的厌恶,并表现出一种成熟的身份,独特性和美丽文化的机会。本文通过在设计中排列并暴露丑陋来倡导美观的结构,从而在宣传方面发挥了深刻的作用。

Testado,Justine。 “如何重新诠释建筑宣传?”。 Bustler,2017年,http://bustler.net/news/tags/architecture-politics/119467。 2018年11月28日访问。设计史代写

本文提出的问题是如何通过探索和比较各种设计思想来重新解释建筑设计。这样,设计师面临架构之间的关系及其如何影响社会心理状态的挑战。通过这种方式,设计不仅可以从身体体验中渗透到社区的心理状态。因此,建筑已被用作宣传的手段,其本身就代表了社会的需求。空间的宣传正在减少,对具有最大限度利用可用空间的体系结构的需求进一步影响了设计。这篇文章提供了关于建筑宣传的设计信息的更好的见解。因此,由于人口增长和空间利用的观念,它可以用来支持在中国建筑设计中如何进行宣传。

尚博,大卫。 “中国的软实力推动”。外交事务卷94号2015年7月4日,第99-107页。 ProQuest,https://search.proquest.com/docview/1691576736?accountid = 45049。

尽管中国一直处于增长轨道,但缺乏软实力。因此,它已着手制定更广泛的议程,以增强旨在为中国带来变化的媒体,艺术,体育和其他领域。其中大部分是对外宣传,旨在通过不得不吸收西方国家的某些文化来获得软实力,从而使中国西化。在建立这些软实力的过程中,可能会发生文化交流,这种文化交流会影响中国的设计。该论点是沿着外部宣传路线进行的,从而导致了新的西化设计在中国的出现。

布雷迪,安妮·玛丽。 “北京奥运会是一场群众分心运动。”中国季刊,第一卷。 197,2009,pp.1-24。 ProQuest,https://search.proquest.com/docview/861228330?accountid = 45049,DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0305741009000058。设计史代写

中国是一个占统治地位的共产主义国家。北京奥运会是又一次宣传,旨在分散人们的主要当地问题,并试图结合奥运会附带的现代实践。这次活动是一次文化交流,导致西方化了各种中国习俗,包括服饰和西方的其他设计。因此,北京奥运会不仅在影响中国文化的社会和政治方面,而且在设计历史方面都起着至关重要的作用。

大法官,洛林。中国的设计革命。卷2.麻省理工学院出版社,2012年。

本文重点介绍从19780年代开始的第三代中华人民共和国。此外,作者捕捉到了与新一代创新者和消费者相关的变革性影响。与过去的两代产品不同,这一代产品具有很高的动态性和很高的技术水平。同样,政府支持这些代际设计师开展的活动。新一代的核心目标是使中国成为拥有巨大技能和知识的全球强国。本文与该主题相关,因为它给出了当前中国正在发生的转变。第三代设计是对以前在中国古代孵化的产品的改进

Llyod,乔。 《中国宣传海报:设计如何赢得革命-图标杂志》。 Icon Eye,2018年,https://www.iconeye.com/design/features/item/12885-chinese-propaganda-posters-how-design-won-the-revolution。 2018年11月28日访问。设计史代写

文章阐述了宣传海报,将其作为在中国社会中树立价值观的重要途径。共产党利用海报散发反对资本主义压迫的宣传信息。海报的设计被认为是接触人们的最自然的方法,最终,该党成功地夺取了权力。尽管本文并不主要关注宣传及其对中国设计的影响,但它更深入地了解了宣传信息如何传达给受众。消息来源将通过解释在中国进行的宣传的详细信息以及如何将其影响转移给接收者来为主题的介绍部分提供信息。

Work Cited  设计史代写

Brady, Anne-Marie. “The Beijing Olympics as a Campaign of Mass Distraction.” The China Quarterly, vol. 197, 2009, pp. 1-24. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/861228330?accountid=45049, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0305741009000058

Castillo, Greg. Cold War on the Home Front: The Soft Power of Midcentury Design. U of Minnesota Press, 2010.

Ginsberg, Mary. The art of influence: Asian propaganda. British Museum Press, 2013. Shambaugh, David. “China’s propaganda system: Institutions, processes, and efficacy.” The China Journal 57 (2007): 25-58.

Justice, Lorraine. China’s design revolution. Vol. 2. MIT Press, 2012.

Lei, Qionglu. “China’s Ugliest Buildings: A Yearly Case of Architectural Catharsis.” The MA Design Studies Journal, vol 4, 2017, pp. 22-33. The New School Parsons.

Llyod, Joe. “Chinese Propaganda Posters: How Design Won the Revolution – Icon Magazine.” Icon Eye, 2018, https://www.iconeye.com/design/features/item/12885-chinese-propaganda-posters-how-design-won-the-revolution. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.

Mand, Harpreet. “Asia: Identity, Architecture And Modernity.” The Journal Of Architecture, vol 18, no. 1, 2013, pp. 59-78. Informa UK Limited, DOI:10.1080/13602365.2012.751801. Accessed 28 Nov 2018.

Testado, Justine. ” How can Architectural Propaganda be reinterpreted?”. Bustler, 2017, http://bustler.net/news/tags/architecture-politics/119467. Accessed 28 Nov 2018. Shambaugh, David. “China’s Soft-Power Push.” Foreign Affairs, vol. 94, no. 4, Jul 2015, pp. 99-107. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1691576736?accountid=45049.

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