Words That Made a Difference

June 2006
Nieman Reports;Summer2006, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p26
The author reflects on a set of Appraisal Regulations that could affect the basic news standards and practices of "China Youth Daily." He criticizes the regulations implemented by the newspaper. He cites some regulations added by the newspaper. He stresses the disadvantages of the regulations and its impact on editors and reporters.


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