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Mainland China Frames Taiwan: How China’s News Websites Covered Taiwan’s 2004 Presidential Election
Unformatted Document Text:  Mainland China Frames Taiwan de Vreese, C.H., Peter, J., & Semetko H.A. (2001). Framing politics at the launch of the Euro: A Cross-national comparative study of frames in the news. Political Communication, 18:107-122. Wei, R. (2000). Mainland Chinese news in Taiwan’s press. In C.C. Lee (Ed.). Power, Money and Media (pp.337-365). Evanston, Il: Northwestern University Press. Zhu, J.H., &He, Z. (2002). Perceived characteristics, perceived needs, and perceived popularity: Adoption and use of the Internet in China. Communication Research, 29(4), 466-495. Zhu, J.H., & Zhang, G. (in press). What’s news in China? In P. J. Shoemaker & A. A. Cohen (in press). What’s news?: Content, practitioners, and the public around the world. Routledge. Zittrain, J., & Edelman, B. Empirical Analysis of Internet Filtering in China. Retrieved April 18, 2005 from https://orangemail.syr.edu/redirect?http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/filtering/china/ 29

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Mainland China Frames Taiwan
de Vreese, C.H., Peter, J., & Semetko H.A. (2001). Framing politics at the launch
of the Euro: A Cross-national comparative study of frames in the news.
Political Communication, 18:107-122.
Wei, R. (2000). Mainland Chinese news in Taiwan’s press. In C.C. Lee (Ed.).
Power, Money and Media (pp.337-365). Evanston, Il: Northwestern
University Press.
Zhu, J.H., &He, Z. (2002). Perceived characteristics, perceived needs, and
perceived popularity: Adoption and use of the Internet in China.
Communication Research, 29(4), 466-495.
Zhu, J.H., & Zhang, G. (in press). What’s news in China? In P. J. Shoemaker &
A. A. Cohen (in press). What’s news?: Content, practitioners, and the
public around the world. Routledge.
Zittrain, J., & Edelman, B. Empirical Analysis of Internet Filtering in China.
Retrieved April 18, 2005 from
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