資訊處理策略與政治討論對賽局性知識與實質性知識的影響

Translated title of the contribution: Effect of Information-Processing Strategies and Political Discussion on Game and Substance Knowledge

李宗亞, 羅文輝, 盧鴻毅, 魏然

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Abstract

本研究以2014年「太陽花學運」為個案,從框架化理論出發,依據新聞報導的框架,將公共事務知識分為賽局性知識與實質性知識,探討資訊處理策略及政治討論對這兩類知識的影響。本研究首先對臺灣四大報在學運期間的新聞報導進行內容分析,結果發現,在各報的相關新聞報導中,「賽局框架」比例顯著高於「實質框架」;隨後對1,137位臺灣大學生進行問卷調查結果發現,新聞注意對賽局性知識的預測力較高,而新聞思考較能預測實質性知識;社交網路政治討論較能預測賽局性知識,而人際政治討論則對實質性知識的預測力較高。

This study examines the effects of information-processing strategies and political discussion on the acquisition of knowledge regarding the student-led Sunflower Movement in Taiwan. On the basis of framing theory, two distinctive types of knowledge are measured: game and substance knowledge. Frame analysis of 1,365 news stories in Taiwan's four leading newspapers indicates that game frames were used more than substance frames in news about the student movement. A survey of 1,137 college students regarding their awareness and knowledge of the movement reveals that attention to student movement news was the strongest predictor of game knowledge, whereas elaboration of such news was significantly associated with substance knowledge. In addition, the results of the survey indicate that social media discussion was a stronger predictor of the level of game knowledge than interpersonal discussion, but interpersonal discussion had a greater effect on the acquisition of substance knowledge.
Translated title of the contributionEffect of Information-Processing Strategies and Political Discussion on Game and Substance Knowledge
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)117-155
Number of pages39
Journal中華傳播學刊
Volume36
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2019

User-Defined Keywords

  • 公共事務知識
  • 太陽花學運
  • 政治討論
  • 新聞注意
  • 新聞思考
  • public affairs knowledge
  • Sunflower Movement
  • political discussion
  • news attention
  • news elaboration

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