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    Title: 網路選戰應用與網路民主實踐之研究 : 以2010年臺北市長選舉蘇貞昌競選團隊為例
    Other Titles: Web campaign and web democracy in practice : the case of Su Tseng-Chang's campaign group of Taipei City mayoral election in 2010
    Authors: 謝岳謀;Hsieh, Yueh-Mou
    Contributors: 淡江大學資訊傳播學系碩士班
    劉慧娟;Liu, Huichuan
    Keywords: 網路民主;網路選戰;新媒體;資訊傳播科技;數位行銷;公共領域;Web democracy;Web campaign;New Media;Information and Communication Technologies;Digital Marketing;Public Sphere
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:42:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著新媒體科技的發展,台灣的選戰文化已從傳統媒體的文宣思維走向新媒體雙向對話的時代。當政治人物前仆後繼地將網路視為政治文宣的新戰場,網路新媒體除了讓候選人進行更多元的政治行銷應用外,是否也能促使網路民主的發展,增加選民和候選人之間的對話管道以及選民對於選舉事務參與涉入的機會?本研究以2010年台北市長選舉蘇貞昌團隊為個案,以參與觀察法和深入訪談競選團隊的方式,企圖了解競選團隊核心幕僚在進行選戰過程中的政治行銷初衷、規劃網路選戰的態度、及網路選戰操作上的網路民主展現。

    Along with the development of information and communication technologies, Taiwan’s electoral culture has transformed from one-way political propaganda of traditional mass media to two-way interactive dialogues of new media. When political candidates consider the internet as a new battlefield for political campaigns increasingly, whether web-based new media may promote the progress of web democracy as well as encourage mutual dialogues between candidates and constituency members become crucial issues. By conducting a case study on Su Tseng-Chang’s campaign group of Taipei City mayoral election in 2010, this research examines the ways the campaign group advancing web democracy by designing and executing web campaign plans and tactics strategically. Data collection methods mainly include participant observation and in-depth interviews.

    Research results indicate that new media technologies afford direct participation and open dialogues during the campaign process. In addition to allowing constituency members to get involved in campaign activities easily, the utilization of new media technologies provides opportunities for the campaign group to gain feedbacks from constituency members directly. Although the technological characteristics of the internet bring hopes to democratic open dialogues, the realization of web democracy is still insufficient. With the goal of winning the election in mind, the interaction between candidates and constituency members in fact tends to remain asymmetrical. The so-called grassroots web democracy at most turns into one-dimensional web democracy 2.0.
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