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    Title: 新聞記者的想像思維 –再論想像與新聞報導的關連
    Connections between Journalists' Imagination and News Reporting and Writing
    Authors: 蔡琰;臧國仁
    Tsai, Yean
    Tsang, Kuo-Jen
    Contributors: 廣電系
    Date: 2014-07
    Issue Date: 2017-09-22 14:49:43 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文討論記者如何運用想像思維完成寫作,認為新聞從業人員的「想像力」非如文學領域所論之「自由幻想」,而是依知性經驗的想像思維運作,並按客觀事物反映的形象根據一定方式加工、改造進而建立新形象。本文隨即選取2011年7月挪威極右派分子殺戮76名無辜青少年的國際新聞為案例,發現連續3天均出現了撰述者運用想像加工事實之線索。繼而根據17份由記者回填之問卷發現「預期想像」輔助記者提出好的採訪問題,而「再造想像」則是最常運用的寫作思維。
    Imagination is defined in this paper as a type of mental ability that helps people to infer facts during the processes of reasoning. Although not directly demonstrated in most straight news stories, such mental processes theoretically play a critical role in reconstructing reality in a reporter's daily professional routine. This study examined and analyzed a mass-murder in Norway that occurred on July 23, 2011, to explore how imagination may be applied to news writing for increasing the readability of news stories. Seventeen Taiwanese reporters were surveyed to associate theory and practice and to determine whether they perceive imagination as applicable to their news writing.
    Relation: 中華傳播學刊, No.第26期, pp.頁267-300。
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.6195/cjcr.2014.26.08
    DOI: 10.6195/cjcr.2014.26.08
    Appears in Collections:[廣播電視學系] 期刊論文

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