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    政大機構典藏 > 學術期刊 > 廣告學研究 > 期刊論文 >  Item 140.119/103247
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    Title: 公關人員與媒體之間的互動模式對於議題管理策略的啟示--以非營利性的弱勢團體為例
    Other Titles: An Analysis of the Impact of PR-Media Interaction Models on Issue Management Strategies
    Authors: 孫秀蕙
    Keywords: 公關人員;媒體;議題管理
    Date: 1996-07
    Issue Date: 2016-10-25 14:56:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 對於資源匱乏的非營利性團體來說,公關人員若能善用與媒體之間互惠的互動關係關係,可以對目標對象傳達有利於消息來源的新聞報導,從而克服弱勢團體先天上的資源不足之障礙。本文主張,對於消息來源近用媒體的策略之研究,不應該再拘泥於「媒介霸權」的「操縱模式」和「言論多元」的「市場模式」之間孰對孰錯的無謂爭,而是以更務實的態度,瞭解社會的權力體系,包括媒介,存在著互相矛盾的價值體系與利益關係。弱勢團體唯有利用這些矛盾式的關係,瞭解媒體對於資訊的需求,妥善發揮公關功能。The present paper discusses the possibility of positive media reportage as a result of effecive public relations strategies planned by non-profit organizations. The theoretical hypothesis in the present study goes beyond 'marketing-versus-media-hegemony' the-sis, instead it proposes a pragmatic view that helps Public Relations researchers to understand the complicated power relations between mass media and social groups. We believe that by employing effective public relations strategies the resource-poor group are able to at-tain prominent media coverage, therefore gaining favorable opinion and support.
    Relation: 廣告學研究,8,153-173
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[廣告學研究] 期刊論文

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