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|Title: ||衰退的公民媒體： 澳門的網路媒體對公民行動的再現與影響|
Declining Civil Media: The online media’s representations and impacts on civic activism in Macau
|Issue Date: ||2019-04-01 14:51:41 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||這項研究探討了澳門兩個陣型不同的網絡媒體如何呈現公民行動以及它們報導對這些行動的影響。文中選了分別來自澳門民主及建制陣型四家網絡媒體，就它們2 014年、2016年和2017年發生的相關公民行動的臉書貼文來探討上述主題。|
This study examines how different viewpoints, political preferences in which can be simply considered as pro-establishment and pro-democracy, of online media in Macau affect social movements, particularly civic activism against the government in the city. Posts from four online media in Macau, how they represent significant social issues and the related civic activism that occurred in 2014, 2016 and 2017 are analysed. Moreover, this paper explored the attitude of key people of the online media outlets towards social movements and civil society, as well as main players of those campaigns through in-depth interviews. The findings of this research reveal that online media in Macau can be roughly classified as two main camps – pro-democracy and pro-establishment and they have been becoming more diversified, regardless of the role they play or the contents they released, as well as their starkly opposite attitudes towards civic activism in the city. Furthermore, the findings suggest that the influence of the pro-establishment camp seems to be growing while the latter seems to be declining due to the skyrocketing economy due to the booming gaming industry so that many public resources have been allocated to pro-establishment groups to run their online media. Interviewed members of two media camps stated that it is difficult for online media to mobilise people to become involved in any massive actions opposing the government, while interviewed activists also regard online media as not being influential in building local civil society.
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|Source URI: ||http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G1054610131|
|Data Type: ||thesis|
|Appears in Collections:||[國際傳播英語碩士學程] 學位論文|
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