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    Title: 基於Word2Vec台灣媒體政治傾向探討
    A Study of word2vec: Application of Media Bias Investigation
    Authors: 黃中廷
    Huang, Chung-Ting
    Contributors: 薛慧敏
    Huang, Chung-Ting
    Keywords: 媒體偏差
    Media bias
    Political news
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-03-04 19:12:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   新聞媒體在資訊傳遞與監督政府上扮演重要的角色,但媒體偏差的問題也伴隨著大量的報導一同產生,尤其是政治新聞。近期Word2vec方法被用來將類別型態的字詞映射至實數向量空間上,經過量化後,字詞間的相關性得以被測量。本論文將Word2Vec應用於台灣電子媒體之新聞資料,透過提取關鍵字的方式加以分析,以探討媒體偏差之存在性。我們並探究Word2Vec中的模型與傳統統計觀點異同之處。本研究使用2014年台灣地區的政治類新聞,比較兩家電子媒體對台北市長候選人相關新聞,另外也檢測word2vec方法中的窗格大小對分析結果的敏感度。我們發現不同的媒體在用字與寫作風格上有明顯差異,另外也存在著政黨偏好的可能性。
      News media plays an important role in information transmission and supervising the government, but the problem of media bias is accompanied with massive numbers of news especially in political news. Word2Vec is used to map categorical data into real number space. The correlation between words can be measured after quantifying. In this paper, we apply Word2Vec on the news data of Taiwan electronic media, capturing keywords and analyzing them to find out the existence of media bias. We also explore the differences of views between the model in Word2Vec and original statistics concepts. In this research, we use the political news in Taiwan in 2014, comparing news associated with candidates of the mayor in Taipei. On the other hand, we do some detection on the sensitivity of the window size to Word2Vec. Finally we discover that besides different media having different writing habit themselves, they also have the possibility of party preferences.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105354013
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.STAT.003.2019.B03
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