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Assessing Media Exemplars and Shifting Journalistic Paradigms: A Survey Study of Chinas Journalists
Unformatted Document Text:  48 Table 3 Empirical Correlates of Media Assessments: Party Organs and Foreign Media Party Organs Foreign Media Predictors r beta in 1 beta alone 2 beta final 3 r beta in 1 beta alone 2 beta final 3 Journalistic role beliefs: Interpretive .207** .188** .172** .097 .060 .080 .036 .022 Adversarial -.059 -.046 -.143** -.128* .059 .058 .052 .047 Dissemination .001 .004 -.102 -.086 .202** .211** .226** .204** Popular advocacy .174** .168** .172** .126* .009 .019 -.104 -.098 ∆ R 2 .066** .028* .049** .034** Desired training in: Liberal arts .011 .010 -.171** -.142* .138** .143** .149** .089 Professional theories and ethics .271** .254** .196** .196** -.010 .033 -.020 -.009 Party propaganda .269** .243** .198** .141* .006 .071 .023 .013 Journalistic skills .192** .173** .076 .051 .036 .052 -.017 -.028 ∆ R 2 .103** .065** .021 .006 Notes: 1. Betas are taken from “beta in” after the demographic and structural variables, which include gender, level of education, whether majored in journalism or mass communication, years in journalism, overseas experiences in the profession, exposureto overseas media, in broadcasting or print, whether being a regular editorial staff without administrative title, and whethercontinuing in journalism 5 years from now. 2. Betas are taken from the equation with all the demographic and structural variables and the variables in each corresponding bloc without the variables in the other bloc (e.g., with all role belief variables but not desired training variables or vice versa). ∆ R 2 is the change in R 2 when this bloc of variables was entered right after demographic and structural variables. 3. Betas are taken from the final equation with all the demographic and structural variables and all the role belief and desired training variables in. ∆ R 2 is the change in R 2 when this bloc of variables was entered the last, after demographic and structural variables and the variables in the other bloc (role beliefs or desired training). * p < .05;** p < .01.n=416.

Authors: Pan, Zhongdang. and Chan, Joseph Man.
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Table 3
Empirical Correlates of Media Assessments: Party Organs and Foreign Media
Party Organs
Foreign Media
Predictors
r
beta in
1
beta
alone
2
beta
final
3
r
beta in
1
beta
alone
2
beta
final
3
Journalistic role beliefs:
Interpretive
.207**
.188**
.172**
.097
.060
.080
.036
.022
Adversarial
-.059
-.046
-.143**
-.128*
.059
.058
.052
.047
Dissemination
.001
.004
-.102
-.086
.202**
.211**
.226**
.204**
Popular advocacy
.174**
.168**
.172**
.126*
.009
.019
-.104
-.098
R
2
.066**
.028*
.049**
.034**
Desired training in:
Liberal arts
.011
.010
-.171**
-.142*
.138**
.143**
.149**
.089
Professional theories and ethics
.271**
.254**
.196**
.196**
-.010
.033
-.020
-.009
Party propaganda
.269**
.243**
.198**
.141*
.006
.071
.023
.013
Journalistic skills
.192**
.173**
.076
.051
.036
.052
-.017
-.028
R
2
.103**
.065**
.021
.006
Notes:
1. Betas are taken from “beta in” after the demographic and structural variables, which include gender, level of education,
whether majored in journalism or mass communication, years in journalism, overseas experiences in the profession, exposure
to overseas media, in broadcasting or print, whether being a regular editorial staff without administrative title, and whether
continuing in journalism 5 years from now.
2. Betas are taken from the equation with all the demographic and structural variables and the variables in each corresponding
bloc without the variables in the other bloc (e.g., with all role belief variables but not desired training variables or vice versa).
R
2
is the change in R
2
when this bloc of variables was entered right after demographic and structural variables.
3. Betas are taken from the final equation with all the demographic and structural variables and all the role belief and desired
training variables in.
R
2
is the change in R
2
when this bloc of variables was entered the last, after demographic and structural
variables and the variables in the other bloc (role beliefs or desired training).
* p < .05;
** p < .01.
n=416.


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