News probe: what does it tell us about Chinese journalism today?

de Burgh, H. and Xin, X. 2006. News probe: what does it tell us about Chinese journalism today? Medien Journal. 30 (2-3), pp. 52-66.

TitleNews probe: what does it tell us about Chinese journalism today?
Authorsde Burgh, H. and Xin, X.
JournalMedien Journal
Journal citation30 (2-3), pp. 52-66
ISSN1025-9473
YearFeb 2006
Publication dates
PublishedFeb 2006

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