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    Title: 資訊環境變遷與資訊權力建構之研究 : 兼論中共資訊權力
    Other Titles: A study on the change of information environment and the formation of information power : as well on PRC' s information power
    Authors: 王建南;Wang, Chien-nan
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    施正權;Shih, Cheng-chuan
    Keywords: 資訊環境變遷;資訊力;資訊權力;資訊社會;中共資訊權力;the change of the information environment;information society;information capability;information power;PRC's information power
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:46:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 從1991年網際網路開始逐漸廣布在世界的每個角落,人類進入了一個別於過去農業時代、工業時代的全新結構的社會。由於資訊科技的發達、微電腦技術的普及,「資訊化」一詞逐漸被誤認等同「電腦化」。在資訊本質被誤解的情形之下,自然無法對於「資訊」這個因素如何影響我們的社會、國家有正確的認知與理解。更無法正確得知資訊如何透過各種投射的方式在我們的生活中展現出來。



    With the spread of the Internet all over the world in 1991, human history stepped into a whole new era, one totally different from the agricultural society and the industrial society. Due to the development of the information technology as well as the popularization of the microcomputer technology, the term “informationization” has been gradually misunderstood as “computerization.” Since the very essential definition of “information” was misinterpreted, it was unlikely for people to correctly realize the influence of “information” upon the society and the states, not to mention to recognize information showed with various ways in our lives.

    Therefore, by analyzing the changes of the information environment, this study identified “information capability” and “information power” under the concept of “information.” This study discovered that the Internet and the microcomputer technology remarkably affected “information capability” and “information power.” Yet, a lot of cases cannot be evaluated by so called “quantification.”

    In traditional international politics, while analyzing “national capability,” politics, society, economy, military and culture are the major indexes. With the development of the information society, “information” has become an indispensable factor for the evaluation of national capability. However, except the information technology professionals, it is not easy for political scholars to fully understand what “information technology” is about. In this regard, this study focused on the analysis of the “technology” and distinguished “information capability” from “information power.”

    This study found out that America’s domination over the information technology and its ability to “make a good impression” are much better than other states. For China, under this circumstance, how to use “information power” as the bargaining chip to engage with American civil enterprises or American Administration is a constructive issue.
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