Moreover, most journalists willing to provide news to the new media centres are from party organs, whereas the majority of the metropolis newspaper journalists resisted collaboration. To understand the reason behind such contrast, note that new media centres are governed by party organs in terms of administrative hierarchy and are completely independent of metropolis newspaper offices in terms of finances. Compared with the metropolis newspapers, the party organ has relatively few barriers to the new media centres and a high degree of resource sharing. Such disparity has resulted in an operational obstacle between metropolis newspaper offices and the new media centre. To the new media leadership, this obstacle is precisely the underlying reason for newspapers and the new media to continue to be integrated but stay incompatible. The pattern of this relationship affects journalists’ willingness to collaborate.
1984 Nián xiàtian, wo hé ma sha yiqi qùle lìng yigè rìzi - qùle míngnísudá zhou de shuangbaotai qiúsài, dàn lao móshù yijing xiaoshile. Zuìzhong ta tuìchule shuang chéng de gongzuò, zài nán meizhou zuòle zhìyuàn gongzuò, ránhòu ban dào míngnísudá zhou nánbù de lán si bó luo. Zài zhè duàn shíjian wo da diànhuà gei ma sha yicì, ta míngquè biaoshì bùxiang baochí liánluò. Cóng hùliánwang shàng wo liaojie dào, ma sha cóng 2008 nián 10 yuè 31 rì qùshì, luancháo ái hanjiàn. Dang ta zhù zài míngnísudá zhou wen nuò nà shí, xiele yigè bókè, jiéhunle. Ta duì bingxisuan hé sichóu huà you xìngqù. Ta de wangzhàn shàng chushòule ji jiàn zuòpin.
The term ‘domestication’ originally refers to the process of bringing wild animals or plants under control and using them for food or as pets. In journalism research, ‘domestication’ generally refers to journalism practitioners establishing an association between a foreign news event and the domestic audience by applying certain strategies of representation (Gurevitch et al., 1991). In this study, ‘domestication’ describes the strong institutional inertia under which new media outlets have been progressively involved in the orbit of newspapers. Accordingly, this process homogenises the new media outlets with the system, routines and cultures of traditional media.
Wo duì nuxìng de tàidù tài bèidòngle. Wo bùshì jijí dì zhuiqiú wo suo ài de rén, ér shì qingxiàng yú ràng nurén jìnrù wo de shenghuó, kàn kàn fashengle shénme. Wo dangshí zhuyào guanzhù xiezuò hé wo de kuàijì gongzuò. Suízhe zhu dí zoule, an huíláile. Women xiàng yiqián yiyàng jìxù xiàqù. Women bù zài zài shuo hunyin, zhishì hua shíjian zài yiqi, baokuò shuìjiào shíjian.
19 Media scholar Chen Lidan defines xuanchuan as “Using various symbols to communicate a certain concept in order to influence people's thought and their actions.” Chen, L., “Yong shishi shuo hua shi xuanchuan fangfa er bu shi xinwen xiezuo guilu” (“Using facts to write news is a propaganda method and not a rule to write news reports”), Renmin wang (People's Net) (2003).

Kenéng cóng luxíng zhong shòuyì de lìng yigè rén shì xila de cháng zi, tuoní, ta shì yigè bangpài chéngyuán. Yigè yuè hòu, tuoní bù xiaoxin zài míng ní abo lì si beibù de yitiáo xiao xiàng li qiangshale yi míng niánqing nuzi, dangshí ta cóng yi míng bèi duìshou bangpài chéngyuán zhànling de yi liàng qìche kai qiangdàn qilái. Tuoní de fal? biànhù wo ná chule yi wàn meiyuán. Nà yi nián,1995 nián, dangnián you zhème duo de móusha shìjiàn, women de chéngshì bèi cheng wèi “sharén zhe”. Tuoní yin èr dù móusha zuì bèi dìngzuì, bìng zài zhou jianyù bèi pàn shíwu nián túxíng. Ta shì míngnísudá zhou de dì yigè shàonián, yào chéngwéi yi míng chéngnián rén.
“Guxiang, guojia, shichang: Xin Ma he Xianggang Panyu huiguan de gongneng yanbian” 故乡,国家,市场:新马和香港番禺会馆的功能演变  (Homeland, State, and Market: The Changing Functions of Panyu Associations in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong) in Liao Chiyang 廖赤阳and Liu Hong  刘宏 (eds.), Cuozong yu shichang, shehui yu guojia zhijian: Dongya kouan chengshi de huashang yu Yazhou quyu wangluo 错综与市场、社会与国家之间:东亚口岸城市的华商与亚洲区域网络  (Surfing the Interfaces of Market, Society and the States: Chinese Merchants in East Asian Coastal Cities and the Making of Business Networks).  Singapore: Centre for Chinese Language & Culture, Nanyang Technological University, and Global Publishing, 2008, pp. 189-210.
In 2006, the General Administration of Press and Publication of China began enforcing the first batch of the ‘China Digital Newspaper Laboratory Programs’, in which 18 national and local press groups were involved in officially unfolding the prelude of the ‘full-media convergence’, namely an intensive integration of new media into the system of traditional press. Since 2012, Chinese press industry has stepped into a ‘cold winter’. Throughout 2014 alone, the total revenue of newspaper circulation experienced a substantial decrease of 25%, with advertising revenue simultaneously decreasing by 15% (Cui and He, 2015). Several scholars suggested that vulnerable profit-making pattern, global economic recession and the decelerating growth rate of the domestic economy were the key factors for the predicament that Chinese press industry is experiencing (Zhao, 2015). However, the industry tends to ascribe the dramatic revenue decline to the prosperity of new media (cf. Cao, 2010; Zhou, 2015).

Nevertheless, the resistance from journalists makes no difference to the convergence path of China’s local press industry. The tendency for senior journalists to be more devoted to converging news production compared with junior ones and the tendency for journalists from party organs to show a higher positivity towards contributing compared with those from metropolis newspapers both highlight the impact of institutional and organisational factors on the journalists’ intention and behaviour in collaboration.

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To examine the effects of media convergence on news production, both survey and in-depth interview are adopted with the press industry of Fujian Province as the case of analysis. At present, four large-scale press groups exist in Fujian Province: Xiamen Daily Group, which owns three comprehensive daily newspapers (Xiamen Daily, Xiamen Evening News and Haixi Morning Post); Fujian Daily News Press, which owns three comprehensive daily newspapers (Fujian Daily, Strait News and Strait Herald); Fuzhou Daily Media Press, which owns two comprehensive daily newspapers (Fuzhou Daily and Fuzhou Evening News) and Quanzhou Evening News Press, which owns two comprehensive daily newspapers (Quanzhou Evening News and Southeast Morning Post). Overall, the size and influence of the Fujian press industry are ranked in the middle nationwide.

22 Interviews no. 38, 27, 4. See also Z. Zhao and F. Cai, “Maohe er shenli: cong chuanbo neirong de jiaodu kan xinwen yu xuanchuan de chayi” (“Apparently harmonious but actually different: difference between news and propaganda from the perspective of communication content”), Eighth National Conference on Communication Studies, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 2004.
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Zài guójia bólanhuì qíjian, wo qiaole lín dá de mén, wèn ta shìfou you xìngqù hé wo yiqi qù guójia bólanhuì. Ta kuàisù de kànzhe wo shuo ta huì “tongguò”. Dànshì hòulái de ji gè xingqí, lín dá qiaole qiao mén. Ta hé ta de bànlu láo la gang cóng jiazhong bèi gan zoule. Ta xuyào yigè zhùsù dìdian. Shì de, wo zài lóu shàng de fángjian li you fángjian.
We thank the NINDS Biorepository at Coriell Institute for providing the cell lines used for this study. Whole-genome sequencing was provided by the University of Washington Center for Mendelian Genomics (UW-CMG) and was funded by NHGRI and NHLBI grants UM1 HG006493 and U24 HG008956 and by the Office of the Director, NIH, under award number S10OD021553. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NIH. We thank Emily Wong and Anton Valouev for assistance with whole-genome sequencing and analysis. We thank Helen Falk and Sandy Falk of Ji Informatics for performing RNA-Seq analysis. We thank USC Libraries Bioinformatics Service for assisting with data analysis. We thank the Choi Family Therapeutic Screening Facility for chemical screening support and DRVision LLC for imaging support. 3K3A-APC was a gift from ZZ Biotech. This work was supported by in part by NIH grant NS090904 to BVZ and startup funds to BVZ. This work was also supported by NIH grants R00NS077435 and R01NS097850, US Department of Defense grant W81XWH-15-1-0187, and grants from the Donald E. and Delia B. Baxter Foundation, the Tau Consortium, the Frick Foundation for ALS Research, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the New York Stem Cell Foundation, the Alzheimer′s Drug Discovery Foundation, the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration, the Pape Adams Foundation, the John Douglas French Alzheimer′s Foundation, the Harrington Discovery Institute, the Merkin Family Foundation, the USC Keck School of Medicine Regenerative Medicine Initiative, the USC Broad Innovation Award, the University of Southern California Alzheimer′s Disease Research Center, and the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute to JKI. JKI is a New York Stem Cell Foundation-Robertson Investigator. KAS was supported in part by a Muscular Dystrophy Association development grant.

Zuòwéi yigè zhìlì qingxiàng de zìwo zhidao zuòjia, wo qingxiàng yú qingshì shèjiao huódòng. Wo bù xihuan dà duoshù rén suo zuò de zìji de shengyù; yinwèi zhè shì wo bìxu qing. Rúguo wo gèng duo de jìnrù jiatíng guanxì, zhè zhong tàidù kenéng huì you suo bùtóng. Dàn xiànzài wo yijing ànzhào wo de fangshì jìnxíng, bìngqie bìxu yu wo suo chéngjiù de yiyàng shenghuó. Wo cónglái méiyou bìxu duì yigè háizi huò chúle wo zìji yiwài de rènhé rén chéngdan zuìzhong de zérèn. Hunyin lái lái qù qù. Zhìshao, tamen duì wo lái shuo

Jinguan lín dá jìnnián lái dì xìng quxiàng yijing jianruò, dàn women réngrán shì chángtú péngyou. Wo hen gaoxìng ting dào lín dá zài yu mìsuli zhou de yigè báirén nán péngyou fenshou hòu, da diànhuà gei Ku Klux Klan dí dàng dì yi zhang, gei chu yigè nìmíng de tíshì, shuo zhège rén gen yigè heirén nurén yuehuì. Ta yongyuan dou bù huì biàn dé guòyú dàodé huò qínggan shàng shèjí, ta baoliúle kèguan de zìwo ganjué.
Over the course of media reform in the past four decades, economic and technological logic has definitely been significantly adherent to political logic, thereby exerting an influence under the latter’s framework. For example, propaganda has been given a high priority as a function that the Chinese media must perform throughout the process of media reform. Nevertheless, the tension between profiting and propaganda, market and state provides space for the strategic development of the media industries within China.
Shangjia kenéng yijing dì yi cì shiyòng ta. Tamen zài fangwèn mòsheng hé yáoyuan dì dìfang de jinglì cìjile yuyán, zongjiào, xísú hé sixiang zhi jian de bijiào. Zhège duan shouxie de jiaoben chuàngzàole yi zhong gèngjia jinglì chongpèi hé tànsuo de shèhuì lèixíng. Yixie xúnwèn zhe shì fazhan zìji de sixiang xìtong de zhéxué jia. Suízhe xiezuò zhishì guangfàn chuánbò, qí shìjué biaojì chéngwéi hàoqí xin de duìxiàng, yóuqí shì zài jùyou qiángliè koutóu chuántong de shèhuì. Zhè zhong shèhuì cúnzài yú 5 shìjìde xilà chéngbang. Hé ma shi, jì dé bù dú, shì xilà rén liánhé de wénhuà juzhèn. Rán'ér, xiàng Hesiod,Aeschylus hé Sophocles zhèyàng de zuòjia ye zài xiànchang.
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