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Assessing Media Exemplars and Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: A Survey Study of Chinaís Journalists
Unformatted Document Text:  42 Liu, Y. (2000). Media China. Chengdu: Sichuan People‚Äôs Press (in Chinese). McQuail, D. (1994). Mass communication theory: An introduction (3 rd Ed.). London: Sage. Pan, Z. (2000a). Improvising reform activities: The changing reality of journalistic practice in China. In C. C. Lee (Ed.) Power, money, and media: Communication patterns and bureaucratic control in cultural China (pp. 68-111). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press. Pan, Z. (2000b). Spatial configuration in institutional change: A case of China‚Äôs journalism reforms. Journalism, 1, 253-281. Pan, Z. & Lu, Y. (2002). Localizing professionalism: Discursive practices in China‚Äôs media reforms. In C. C. Lee (Ed.), Chinese media, global context (pp. 215-236). London: Routledge. Pan, Z., Ostman, R. E., Moy, P., & Renolds, P. (1993). Audience evaluations of U.S. news media performance in the Gulf War. In B. S. Greenberg & W. Gantz (Eds.), Desert Storm and the mass media (pp. 213-231). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Perkin, H. J. (1996). The third revolution: Professional elites in the modern world.London: Routledge. Pieterse, J. (1995). Globalization as hybridization. In M. Featherstone, S. Lash, & R. Robertson (Eds.), Global modernities (pp. 46-68). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Polumbaum, J. (1990). The tribulations of China‚Äôs journalists after a decade of reform. In Chin-Chuan Lee (Ed.), Voices of China: The interplay of politics and journalism (pp. 33-68). New York: The Guilford Press. Reese, S. D. (1989). The news paradigm and the ideology of objectivity: A socialist at the Wall Street Journal. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 7, 390-409. Reese, S. D. (2001). Understanding the global journalist: A hierarchy-of-influence approach. Journalism Studies, 2, 173-187. Rimmer, T. & Weaver, D. (1987). Different questions, different answers? Media use and credibility. Journalism Quarterly, 64, 28-36. Robertson, R. (1995). Glocalization: Time-space and homogeneity-hererogeneity. In M. Featherstone, S. Lash, & R. Robertson (Eds.), Global modernities (pp. 25-44). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Schudson, M. (1978). Discovering the news. New York: Basic.

Authors: Pan, Zhongdang. and Chan, Joseph Man.
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Liu, Y. (2000). Media China. Chengdu: Sichuan People’s Press (in Chinese).
McQuail, D. (1994). Mass communication theory: An introduction (3
rd
Ed.). London:
Sage.
Pan, Z. (2000a). Improvising reform activities: The changing reality of journalistic
practice in China. In C. C. Lee (Ed.) Power, money, and media: Communication patterns
and bureaucratic control in cultural China
(pp. 68-111). Evanston, IL: Northwestern
University Press.
Pan, Z. (2000b). Spatial configuration in institutional change: A case of China’s
journalism reforms. Journalism, 1, 253-281.
Pan, Z. & Lu, Y. (2002). Localizing professionalism: Discursive practices in China’s
media reforms. In C. C. Lee (Ed.), Chinese media, global context (pp. 215-236). London:
Routledge.
Pan, Z., Ostman, R. E., Moy, P., & Renolds, P. (1993). Audience evaluations of U.S.
news media performance in the Gulf War. In B. S. Greenberg & W. Gantz (Eds.), Desert
Storm and the mass media
(pp. 213-231). Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Perkin, H. J. (1996). The third revolution: Professional elites in the modern world.
London: Routledge.
Pieterse, J. (1995). Globalization as hybridization. In M. Featherstone, S. Lash, & R.
Robertson (Eds.), Global modernities (pp. 46-68). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Polumbaum, J. (1990). The tribulations of China’s journalists after a decade of reform.
In Chin-Chuan Lee (Ed.), Voices of China: The interplay of politics and journalism (pp.
33-68). New York: The Guilford Press.

Reese, S. D. (1989). The news paradigm and the ideology of objectivity: A socialist at
the Wall Street Journal. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 7, 390-409.
Reese, S. D. (2001). Understanding the global journalist: A hierarchy-of-influence
approach. Journalism Studies, 2, 173-187.
Rimmer, T. & Weaver, D. (1987). Different questions, different answers? Media use and
credibility. Journalism Quarterly, 64, 28-36.
Robertson, R. (1995). Glocalization: Time-space and homogeneity-hererogeneity. In M.
Featherstone, S. Lash, & R. Robertson (Eds.), Global modernities (pp. 25-44). Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage.
Schudson, M. (1978). Discovering the news. New York: Basic.


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