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    Title: 新聞事件的意義建構與受眾認知關係之研究:從受眾推論看新聞框架之影響
    News Frames and the Audience's cognition
    Authors: 陳韻如
    Chen, Yun Ju
    Contributors: 鍾蔚文
    Chung, Wei Wen
    Chen, Yun Ju
    Keywords: 新聞框架
    news frames
    Date: 1993
    Issue Date: 2016-04-29 16:28:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 一般而言,社會事件或議題往往交織著許多複雜的因素,人們可能由不同
    Reference: 鍾蔚文 (民81年),從媒介真實道主觀真實: 看到新聞,怎麼看?看到什麼?
    梁玉芳 (民79年),新聞基模之研究-專家與生手知識結構差異之研究﹒政治大學新聞研究所碩士論文﹒
    梁欣如 (民80年),影響閱聽人解讀型態之因素研究-電視新聞之神話敘釋體為例﹒輔仁大學傳播研究所碩士論文﹒

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