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    Title: 影響民眾政治行為與態度之因素 : 社會資本理論途徑的分析
    Other Titles: Factors influencing citizen's political behavior and attitude : an analysis of social capital theoretical approach
    Authors: 鄭宏郁;Zheng, Hong-Yu
    Contributors: 淡江大學公共行政學系公共政策碩士班
    林聰吉;Lin, Tsong-Jyi
    Keywords: 社會資本;社會網絡;社會信任;政治支持;政治參與;Social Capital;Social Network;Social Trust;Political Support;Political Participation
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 14:12:43 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 民眾的政治行為與態度一直以來都是政治科學最受矚目的議題之一,而本文嘗試以社會資本途徑來探討其對於此議題所造成的政治效果為何。本研究將使用次級資料分析法並利用「亞洲民主動態調查」之第三波問卷作為資料來源,嘗試回答以下的研究問題:(一)台灣當前社會資本高低狀況為何?(二)不同面向的人口特徵在政治支持與政治參與上所呈現的結果為何?(三)社會資本對於政治支持和政治參與的政治效果為何?
    People’s political behavior and attitude have been one of most popular topics in the political science. This research attempts to explore the political consequences of social capital. By using the Asian Barometer Survey data, this research answers three questions as follows: (1) What is the current status of social capital in Taiwan? (2) What are the effects of demographic difference on political support and political participation? (3) What is the political effect of social capital on political support and political participation?
    The results show that: (1) The current accumulation of social capital is quite abundant in Taiwan. Social network density, social network connection and social trust are all well-developed in Taiwan society. (2) Citizen’s demographic characteristics, gender, education level, and party identification are significantly related with political support or political attitude. The Party identification particularly plays the most important role in both people’s political behavior and attitude. (3) Regarding the political consequences of social capital, this study reveals that social capital has effect on political support and political participation definitely.
    There are some suggestions and limitations of the study: (1) We shall further understand the distribution of social capital by the longitudinal data analysis, which makes up for the defects in the cross-sectional study. (2) Because of restricts of using secondary data, some related theories can’t be test in this research. (3) We can understand the meaning of statistics deeply if using qualitative research and quantitative research at the same time. (4) Government is an important key to developing social capital (5) An evaluation focusing on negative effects of social capital is necessary for a fully understating of this issue.
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