Exploring the Paths for the Popularization of Marxism With New Media in China

Zhimin TAN


The popularization of Marxism is a major political and academic topic in China. It has attracted a lot of Chinese scholars’ attention in recent years because of its association with the stability of the Chinese society, the establishment of harmonious society in China, and the construction of the Chinese core values and belief of its people. The new social media of Internet and mobile technology have played important roles in the popularization of Marxism and become the dominant position in promoting it. This paper explores the popularization and dissemination processes of Marxism in China and the various ways of being utilized to popularize Marxism with new media.


Paths; The popularization of Marxism; New media

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F5167


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