Differences within the mainland Chinese press: a quantitative analysis

@article{Wang2017DifferencesWT,
  title={Differences within the mainland Chinese press: a quantitative analysis},
  author={Haiyan Wang and Colin Sparks and Nan L{\"u} and Yu Huang},
  journal={Asian Journal of Communication},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={154 - 171}
}
ABSTRACT This paper reports the results of a content analysis of five newspapers selected from the Chinese daily press. The research was conducted as part of an international project designed to explore the relationship between journalistic self-conceptions and journalistic practice. This paper reports only upon journalistic practice, in particular the extent to which different models of journalism are present. The results of the analysis demonstrate, firstly, that while the concept of a… 
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