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Qingru Xu and Peggy J. Kreshel

how Chinese sports media frame elite state and professional athletes as this evolution occurs. Case Study Questions 1. This case study uncovered that the media constructed Li Na—the professional athlete—with an intense nationalistic purpose, whereas the media framing of Ding Ning—the state athlete

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Noora J. Ronkainen, Amanda Shuman, and Lin Xu

marathon) resisted such understandings of the running body, focusing more on what their bodies could do , rather than what they looked like. Chinese sports media follows a similar pattern to that mentioned by Abbas ( 2004 ) in which the ideal runner (or leisure athlete) is presumed to be male. However

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Bo Li, Olan K.M. Scott, Stirling Sharpe, Qingru Xu, and Michael Naraine

coverage of Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen in the 2012 Olympic Games . International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50, 785 – 803 . doi:10.1177/1012690213495746 Billings , A. , Xu , Q. , & Xu , M. ( 2018 ). Two sides of the Chinese sports media story: Contrasting state-owned and commercially

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Qingru Xu and Andrew C. Billings

– 344 . doi: 10.1080/10417940701667563 Billings , A.C. , Angelini , J.R. , & MacArthur , P.J. ( 2018 ). Olympic television: Broadcasting the biggest show on Earth. London, England : Routledge . Billings , A. , Xu , Q. , & Xu , M. ( 2019 ). Two sides of the Chinese sports media story

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Qingru Xu and Andrew C. Billings

. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 50 ( 7 ), 785 – 803 . doi:10.1177/1012690213495746 10.1177/1012690213495746 Billings , A. , Xu , Q. , & Xu , M. ( 2018 ). Two sides of the Chinese sports media story: Contrasting state-owned and commercially sponsored Chinese websites by nation and sex