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The Future of the Academic Journal, 2nd Edition by Angus Phillips, Bill Cope

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Academic journals in China: past, present and future

Li Wu and Xiao DongFa

Abstract:

Chinese academic journals were born in the early nineteenth century. During the late Qing Dynasty, a few Chinese academic journals were launched one after another, most of which devoted themselves to disseminating scientific knowledge and Western culture. The Republic of China, founded in 1911 after the bourgeois-democratic revolution, witnessed a steady development of Chinese academic journals. From the late 1920s, academic journals specializing in a certain field came into being continuously, and became a notable feature of journal publishing at the time. The establishment of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 and the reform and opening-up policy ...

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