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    Title: 政治興趣、網路政治參與以及傳統政治參與
    Other Titles: Political Interest, Online Political Participation, and Conventional Political Participation
    Authors: 林聰吉;張一彬;黃妍甄
    Keywords: 政治興趣;網路資訊接觸;網路表意與討論;公民運動參與;投票參與;political interest;accessibility to online political information;expression and discussion of political ideas on the internet;participation of civic movements;voting participation
    Date: 2020-04
    Issue Date: 2021-03-04 12:13:31 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 東吳大學政治學系
    Abstract: 本文的目的在於探討政治興趣、網路政治參與以及傳統政治參與三者的關係,研究採用次級資料分析法,主要資料來源為〈臺灣傳播調查資料庫〉。依據概念定義,以及資料庫所能提供的問卷題目,本研究將網路政治參與分為網路資訊接觸、網路表意與討論;傳統政治參與分為公民運動參與、投票參與。運用逐步迴歸以及中介效果分析,本文獲得以下研究發現。首先,網路資訊接觸對於公民運動參與的正面效果,並非是直接的,而是必須透過網路表意與討論為中介。其次,政治興趣、網路表意與討論皆與投票參與無統計上的顯著關係。最後,網路資訊接觸雖被證實與投票參與具顯著關係,但為負相關,並非研究假設所預期的正相關。

    The purpose of this study is to scrutinize relationships between political interests, online political participation, and conventional political participation. The research method used in this study is secondary analysis and the data are adopted from the Taiwan Communication Survey (TCS). According to the definition of political participation and due to the constraint s on the questionnaire from the TCS dataset, online political participation is respectively defined as accessibility to online political information as well as the expression and discussion of political ideas on the internet. Moreover, conventional political participation is categorized into two parts: civic movement participation and voting participation. Using stepwise regression and mediation analysis techniques, we have obtained a couple of empirical results. First of all, the effect of accessibility to online political information on participation of civic movements is indirect, which is mediated by expression and discussion of political ideas. Secondly, political interest as well as expression and discussion of political ideas have no statistically significant relationship with voting participation. Finally, although the effect of accessibility to online political information on voter turnout is statistically significant, its effect is negative which is not what we expected.
    Relation: 東吳政治學報 38(1),頁113-161
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