Risk Culture Studies and National Information Security-The Cultural Responsibility of Media under the Double Transformation of Chinese Society


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Since the latter half of the 20th century, mankind began to enter the information age, knowledge of growth and the accelerated pace of information dissemination, especially in the network and the widespread use of satellite communication technology, to promote changes in social structure, economic restructuring and the interests of the evolution of the power structure make psychological sense of social insecurity and uncertainty of various types of losses have become increasingly prominent. With the deepening of understanding of the world, people of all modern social security system control to ensure the ability of a doubt, increasing people's awareness of risk, the study of the risk society is deepening, creating a risk culture phenomenon. Risk culture, risk of social studies core content. A double transition in Chinese society, and due to unprecedented changes in the modernization of the institutional transformation, so that contemporary China has entered a high-risk society. Local geo-political terms, including national information dissemination, including information security culture in front of people is also becoming increasingly apparent, as the risk society, the most important social safety hazard. The mass media in ensuring that China's modernization of national culture and security, should be a broader social vision and a deeper reason to observe the internal culture and thinking, to create a favorable potential of contemporary Chinese people's psychology and the value judgments of the public opinion environment, promote China's cultural identity and behavior of civil and political orientation of the final implementation. Since the information age starts in late 1990s, the knowledge exploration and speeding up of information spreading while enhance the social restructure and economic interests redistribution, they also result in the pervasion of a social insecure feeling. People begin to doubt the social security system and its controlling ability which in trun deepens a risk consciousness, or so called risk cultural phenomenon. The core of risk culture is risk society studies. Now that China is experiencing both a modernization and an institutional transformation with its information cultural security issues including that of national information communication become increasingly protrudent, it enters into a high risk society as well. In such a context, the mass media should cularge its social perspective and goes deep into inner part of cultural rationality to ensure China's information cultrual security in the course of its modernization
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