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Assessing Media Exemplars and Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: A Survey Study of China’s Journalists
Unformatted Document Text:  43 Siebert, F. S., Peterson, T. & Schramm, W. (1956). Four theories of the press: The authoritarian, libertarian, social responsibility, and Soviet Communist concepts what the press should be and do. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. Sparks, C. & Reading, A. (1994). Understanding media change in East Central Europe. Media, Culture & Society, 16, 243-270. Tomlinson, J. (1999). Globalization and culture. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press. Tuchman, G. (1978). Making news: A study in the construction of reality. New York: Free Press. Waters, M. (1995). Globalization. London: Routledge. Weaver, D. H. (Ed.) (1998). The global journalist: News people around the world.Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Weaver, D. H. & Wilhoit, G. C. (1996). The American journalist in the 1990s: U.S. news people at the end of an era. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Westley, B. H. & Severin, W. J. (1964). Some correlates of media credibility. Journalism Quarterly, 41, 325-335. Wright, C. R. (1960). Functional analysis and mass communication. Public Opinion Quarterly, 24, 605-620. Wu, T. (2002). A Historical Analysis and Developing Thinking of Journalism Education in China. Journalism and Mass Communication, 71, 87-105 (in Chinese). Yu, X. & Chu, L. L. (2002). A comparative analysis of journalism education in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Paper presented to the Second National Forum on Mass Communication Research, June 21-22. Fudan University, Shanghai (in Chinese). Zelizer, Barbie (1993). Journalists as interpretive communities. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 10, 219-237. Zhang, Y. (2000). From masses to audience: Changing media ideologies and practices in reform China. Journalism Studies, 1, 617-635. Zhao, Y. (1998). Media, market, and democracy in China: Between the Party lines and the bottom line. Urban, IL: University of Illinois Press. Zhao, Y. (2000a). From commercialization to conglomeration: The transformation of the Chinese press within the orbit of the Party State. Journal of Communication, 50, 3-26.

Authors: Pan, Zhongdang. and Chan, Joseph Man.
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Siebert, F. S., Peterson, T. & Schramm, W. (1956). Four theories of the press: The
authoritarian, libertarian, social responsibility, and Soviet Communist concepts what the
press should be and do
. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Sparks, C. & Reading, A. (1994). Understanding media change in East Central Europe.
Media, Culture & Society, 16, 243-270.
Tomlinson, J. (1999). Globalization and culture. Chicago, IL: The University of
Chicago Press.
Tuchman, G. (1978). Making news: A study in the construction of reality. New York:
Free Press.
Waters, M. (1995). Globalization. London: Routledge.
Weaver, D. H. (Ed.) (1998). The global journalist: News people around the world.
Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Weaver, D. H. & Wilhoit, G. C. (1996). The American journalist in the 1990s: U.S. news
people at the end of an era
. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Westley, B. H. & Severin, W. J. (1964). Some correlates of media credibility.
Journalism Quarterly, 41, 325-335.
Wright, C. R. (1960). Functional analysis and mass communication. Public Opinion
Quarterly, 24
, 605-620.

Wu, T. (2002). A Historical Analysis and Developing Thinking of Journalism Education
in China. Journalism and Mass Communication, 71, 87-105 (in Chinese).

Yu, X. & Chu, L. L. (2002). A comparative analysis of journalism education in China,
Taiwan, and Hong Kong
. Paper presented to the Second National Forum on Mass
Communication Research, June 21-22. Fudan University, Shanghai (in Chinese).

Zelizer, Barbie (1993). Journalists as interpretive communities. Critical Studies in Mass
Communication, 10
, 219-237.

Zhang, Y. (2000). From masses to audience: Changing media ideologies and practices in
reform China. Journalism Studies, 1, 617-635.

Zhao, Y. (1998). Media, market, and democracy in China: Between the Party lines and
the bottom line
. Urban, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Zhao, Y. (2000a). From commercialization to conglomeration: The transformation of the
Chinese press within the orbit of the Party State. Journal of Communication, 50, 3-26.


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