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    Title: 網站可信度評鑑:概念、論證暨運作模式初探
    Other Titles: Accreditation of Website Credibility: Concept, Discourse, and Operational Framework
    Authors: 陳啟英
    Chen, Chi-Ying
    Keywords: 可信度評鑑;媒介可信度;網路可信度
    credibility accreditation;Internet credibility;media credibility
    Date: 2011-01
    Issue Date: 2016-09-09 11:49:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 長久以來媒介可信度的研究多聚焦在受眾的看法,而較少關注媒體本身所應具備之特質。本文嘗試提出一項新思維-網站可信度評鑑,乃是經由公正第三單位,以客觀的可信度衡量準則來評估網站,並授以審核標記,網路使用者可據此快速搜尋正確有用的資訊,以確保個人權益與社會公義。本文首先就媒介可信度的研究文獻,做一完整回顧;其後,從「網路媒體特性」與「網際權力」兩個層面,論述何以網站可信度評鑑有其必要性;文末,則以個案分析法探討評鑑機制先驅者「健康網站基金會」的運作架構與模式,並據此提出建議方案。
    In the past, media credibility research has often focused on receiver-based judgment; however, very little attention has been given to the characteristics inherent in the media. This study primarily proposes a new perspective regarding accreditation of website credibility. Generally, a website is accredited with a recognizable seal after being evaluated with objective credibility principles based on a fair third party’s feedback. This accreditation allows users to easily find correct and useful information as well as to protect personal rights, interests, and social justice. The study began with a full review of media credibility research followed by a discourse on the essentiality of website credibility accreditation from the viewpoint of Internet characteristics and cyber power. Based on a case study of the Health On the Net Foundation (HON), suggestions for implementation were also proposed at the end of this paper.
    Relation: 新聞學研究, 106, 249-283
    Mass Communication Research
    Data Type: article
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