Journalistic Professionalism among Chinese-language Newspaper Journalists in China and Malaysia
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Journalistic Professionalism among Chinese-Language Newspaper Journalists In China◎ Shao Bao Hui
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Shao Baohui obtained a PhD from Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), and was a visiting scholar for one year at University of the Pacific (UOP) in the United States. He is currently an Associate Professor and MA student supervisor at School of Journalism & Communication of Hebei University in China.
Member of the Chinese Association for History of Journalism and Mass Communication; member of the Society of Overseas Chinese History; research fellow at the Intercultural Communication Research Centre of Hebei University; research fellow at the Research Centre for Organization of Islamic Cooperation of Hebei University.
His research interests lie in journalism history and theory, overseas Chinese and Chinese-language newspapers, as well as Chinese modern literature.
The US President Donald Trump describes the elite journalists as rumor distributor, fake news maker and corrupted media circles. In the meantime, the American public also starts questioning about professional journalists’ performance, credibility and their responsibility. Therefore, it is very critical to use Dr. Shao’s research as a framework to conduct a wider and larger scale research project which can develop a strong program to help us better understand professional journalism across the globe.
——Dr. Qingwen Dong (Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at the University of the Pacific)
This thesis is a must read for academia, students, media practitioners and anyone who are interested in the world of journalism and communication. It presents a complete scenario of the status of journalistic professionalism in China and Malaysia including journalists’ constraints in achieving it.
——Dr. Nik Norma Nik Hasan (Senior Lecturer, School of Communication, Universiti Sains Malaysia)