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    Title: 探索政治議題的敏感性程度:以深度訪談及列項實驗進行分析
    Exploring the Sensitivity of Political Issues: Analysis with Depth Interview and Listed Experiment
    Authors: 蘇靖惠
    Su, Ching-Hui
    Contributors: 蔡宗漢
    蘇靖惠
    Su, Ching-Hui
    Keywords: 敏感性問題
    列項實驗
    深度訪談
    反中情緒
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2023-09-01 15:37:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在台灣,因特殊歷史記憶和文化脈絡,早期民眾避而不談與政治有關的議題,隨著民主化運動,理論上對於談論政治的行為應是更包容、多元的,卻看到一些跡象顯示現今的台灣社會無法接受與自己不同的意見。其中,大學生身為台灣的中堅份子,更是民主社會的未來菁英,他們接受著自由開放的大學教育,卻也深受人際網絡中的交叉壓力和大眾媒體影響。本文好奇台灣的大學生有無不敢向他人透露的政治想法,因此,使用網路調查研究大學生們是否會擔心讓他人知道「自己不支持執政的民進黨」、「喜歡中國族群及其文化」和「支持兩岸有更多的政治互動」的想法。本文使用深度訪談,用以了解大學生們認為有哪些是屬於政治性的敏感問題和使其感到敏感的原因,以探究在民主自由開放的今日,台灣的大學生仍存有哪些不敢訴說的政治敏感問題。在深度訪談的過程中,部分大學生表達擔心讓周遭親友知道自己的政治態度與其不同,搭乘大眾交通運輸時,也會擔心被旁人看到自己正在觀看中國短影音。根據網路問卷調查結果顯示,以上三個主題並不符合列項實驗中認定的敏感性問題,以二分類勝算對數模型檢測時,發現喜歡觀看中國短影音者,比起不喜歡的大學生,更擔心被他人知道;不支持民進黨題組並未具有統計上的顯著性,然支持國民黨的學生,相較於不支持者,更擔心被他人知道自己支持國民黨;最後,支持兩岸官員互訪的大學生,比起不支持者,也更擔心被他人知道自己支持兩岸官員互訪。
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