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《Southeast Culture》 2016-01
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The Development of Archaeological Documentaries in China

WANG Pei;GAO Meng-he;Department of Cultural Heritage and Museology, Fudan University;  
Emerging in the form of feature films in the 1950s, then turning into television episodes after the 1980s, Chinese archaeological documentaries have never stopped growing and developing. They have gone through three major stages of forms: the newsreel documentary, the educational documentary, and the humanistic documentary. Along with this process, the archaeologists got involved from spontaneously turning to consciously, which greatly promoted the development of the field. The present time witnesses a new stage of development of archaeological documentaries in China, featuring various in forms, extensive in subjects and increasing in amount as well as advanced technology and timely dissemination.
【CateGory Index】: J952
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