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    Title: 台灣大學生的媒體使用與政治效能感
    Other Titles: Media Use and Political Efficacy among University Students in Taiwan
    Authors: 陳陸輝;陳映男
    Chen, Lu-huei;Chen, Ying-nan
    Contributors: 選研中心
    Keywords: 媒體注意;媒體使用;政治效能感;政治參與
    media attention;media use;political efficacy;political participation
    Date: 2013.10
    Issue Date: 2014-06-13 17:55:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究運用「我國大學生政治社會化的定群追蹤研究」調查研究資料,討論臺灣大學生的媒體使用情況、媒體注意程度、校園活動參與等因素,對其政治效能感的影響。本研究發現:臺灣大學生的政治效能感及校園活動的參與情況都偏低,接收政治新聞的主要管道則是電視。而性別、媒體注意程度、校園活動參與,都是影響大學生政治效能感的重要因素,女性、對媒體注意程度愈高者、對校園活動參與愈多者,其政治效能感都愈高。
    In this study, by employing “Panel Study of College Students in Taiwan” data set, we explore how media use, media attentiveness and extra-curricular activities might affect the level of political efficacy of college students. We demonstrate that students tend to have lower level of political efficacy and are less likely to participate in extra-curricular activities. They watch TV to get political information more frequently than other mass media. Factors such as gender, media attentiveness, extra-curricular activities have positive effects on political efficacy.
    Relation: 傳播文化,12, 3-40
    Data Type: article
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