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    Title: 媒介依賴與媒介使用對選舉新聞可信度的影響:五種媒介的比較
    Media Reliance, Media Use, and Election News Credibility
    Authors: 羅文輝
    Lo, Ven-Hwei
    林文琪
    Lin, Wen-Chi
    牛隆光
    Niu, Lung-Guang
    蔡卓芬
    Tsai, Cho-Fen
    Contributors: 新聞學研究
    Keywords: 媒介可信度;選舉新聞;媒介依賴;媒介使用
    media credibility;election news;media reliance;media use
    Date: 2003-01
    Issue Date: 2019-06-26 13:49:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究比較五種不同媒介選舉新聞的可信度,並探討人口變項、政黨支持、媒介使用與媒介依賴對選舉新聞可信度的影響。結果發現,無論分析「相對可信度」或「絕對可信度」,電視的可信度都最高,報紙的可信度排名第二,網路的可信度則遠比不上電視與報紙。在預測可信度的因素方面,本研究發現媒介依賴比媒介使用對選舉新聞的可信度有較高的預測力,在本研究分析的五種媒介中,媒介依賴均是預測選舉新聞可信度的最有力變項。
    This study examines respondents' perception of election news credibility and determines the factors that predict election news credibility. The results of this study indicate that respondents regard election news on television as most credible, followed by election news in newspapers. Compared to television and newspaper, the Internet was judged as less credible. The results also show that media reliance is a better predictor of election news credibility than is media use.
    Relation: 新聞學研究, 74, 19-44
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[新聞學研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文

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