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    Title: 多元典範衝擊下傳播研究方法的省思:從口述歷史在傳播研究中的應用談起
    Other Titles: The Use of Oral History Method in the Communication Research-It's Ontological, Epistemological and Methodological Issues
    Authors: 翁秀琪
    Weng, Shieu-chi
    Contributors: 中華傳播學會
    Keywords: 傳播研究;口述歷史
    pluralistic paradigms;ontology;epistemology;methodology;oral history;text validity
    Date: 1999
    Issue Date: 2010-05-31 14:52:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文從哈柏瑪斯對於人類認知的三種興趣切入,討論傳播研究中不同典範在認識論上的特色及其與歷史的關係,進而引介口述歷史法的特色及其在方法論上的討論,並針對口述歷史法在傳播研究應用中所引發的問題深入評析。 本文最後針對口述歷史法對於新聞傳播學知識與新聞傳播學研究者可能的助益與影響加以評析與討論。
    Habermas based his philosophy of epistemology on the knowledge constitutive interests of human beings. This article took the Habermasian philosophy of epitemology and use it to review the different paradigms in the communication research and tried to clarify their conneciton with history. It also tried to reveal all the ontological, epistemological and methodological issues in using the method of oral history in communication research, and discuss their posibble resolutions.
    Relation: 中華傳播學會1999年年會
    Data Type: conference
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