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AbstractThis study examines Chinese students' attitudes and perspective to America media and how these might influence them to adopt an attitude towards the United States. With this regard two perspectives are measured. The first perspective that this study explore is the frequency with which Chinese students are exposed to American media: films, TV, newspaper, magazine, video games and application games. Another perspective that is measured is whether American media is more violent and display sexual content then Chinese media. For the completion of these two goals data is collected via survey at a large public university in the US. Results are presented about the developed objectives through frequency distribution analysis. In the end, the study presents a conclusion of overall findings and future implications.
Degree ProgramHonors College