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Assessing Media Exemplars and Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: A Survey Study of China’s Journalists
Unformatted Document Text:  41 Davis, D. S. (Ed.) (1999). The consumer revolution in urban China. Berkeley, CA: California University Press. Ding, F. (1999). When I was the Chief of an evening paper. Shanghai: Fudan University Press (in Chinese). Gitlin, T. (1980). The whole world is watching. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. Gunther, A. (1988). Attitude extremity and trust in media. Journalism Quarterly, 65,279-287. Hallin, D. C. (2000). Commercialism and professionalism in the American news media. In J. Curran & M. Gurevitch (Eds.) Mass media and society (3 rd Ed.) (pp. 218-237). London: Edward Arnold. He, Z. (2000). Chinese Communist Party press in a tug-of-war: A political-economy analysis of the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily. In C. C. Lee (Ed.), Power, money, and media: Communication patterns and bureaucratic control in cultural China (pp. 112-151). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Johnstone, J. W. C., Slawski, E. J., & Bowman, W. W. (1976). The news people: A sociological portrait of American journalists and their work. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. Joreskog, K. G. (1971). Statistical analysis of sets of congeneric tests. Psychometrika, 36, 109-133. Kosicki, G.M., & McLeod, J.M. (1990). Learning from political news: Effects of media images and information-processing strategies. In S. Kraus (ed.), Mass communication and political information processing (pp. 69-83). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Kuhn, T. S. (1970). The structure of scientific revolution (2 nd Ed). Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press. Lee, C. C. (1994). Ambiguities and contradiction: Issues in China’s changing political communication. Gazette, 53, 7-21. Lee, C. C. (2000). In search of “audience”: Press models in modern China. Paper presented at the international conference on Chinese Audiences across Time and Space, City University o f Hong Kong, Hong Kong, April 1-2. Link, P., Madsen, R. P., & Pickowica, P. G. (Eds.) (2002). Popular China: Unofficial culture in a globalizing society. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Authors: Pan, Zhongdang. and Chan, Joseph Man.
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Davis, D. S. (Ed.) (1999). The consumer revolution in urban China. Berkeley, CA:
California University Press.
Ding, F. (1999). When I was the Chief of an evening paper. Shanghai: Fudan University
Press (in Chinese).

Gitlin, T. (1980). The whole world is watching. Berkeley, CA: University of California
Press.

Gunther, A. (1988). Attitude extremity and trust in media. Journalism Quarterly, 65,
279-287.

Hallin, D. C. (2000). Commercialism and professionalism in the American news media.
In J. Curran & M. Gurevitch (Eds.) Mass media and society (3
rd
Ed.) (pp. 218-237).
London: Edward Arnold.
He, Z. (2000). Chinese Communist Party press in a tug-of-war: A political-economy
analysis of the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily. In C. C. Lee (Ed.), Power, money, and
media: Communication patterns and bureaucratic control in cultural China
(pp. 112-
151). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
Johnstone, J. W. C., Slawski, E. J., & Bowman, W. W. (1976). The news people: A
sociological portrait of American journalists and their work
. Urbana, IL: University of
Illinois Press.
Joreskog, K. G. (1971). Statistical analysis of sets of congeneric tests. Psychometrika,
36,
109-133.
Kosicki, G.M., & McLeod, J.M. (1990). Learning from political news: Effects of media
images and information-processing strategies. In S. Kraus (ed.), Mass communication
and political information processing
(pp. 69-83). Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum
Associates.
Kuhn, T. S. (1970). The structure of scientific revolution (2
nd
Ed). Chicago, IL: The
University of Chicago Press.
Lee, C. C. (1994). Ambiguities and contradiction: Issues in China’s changing political
communication. Gazette, 53, 7-21.

Lee, C. C. (2000). In search of “audience”: Press models in modern China. Paper
presented at the international conference on Chinese Audiences across Time and Space,
City University o f Hong Kong, Hong Kong, April 1-2.

Link, P., Madsen, R. P., & Pickowica, P. G. (Eds.) (2002). Popular China: Unofficial
culture in a globalizing society
. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.


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