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    Title: 閱聽人外語新聞的收訊分析-以大專生收聽英語廣播新聞為例
    Audience Reception of Foreign Language News:A Study of College Students` Comprehension and Memory of English Radio News
    Authors: 唐嘉蓉
    Tang, Gail
    Contributors: 徐美苓
    Shu, Mei-Ling
    Gail Tang
    Keywords: 收訊分析
    reception analysis
    news structure
    issue salience
    Date: 2001
    Issue Date: 2016-04-15 16:01:46 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 傳播領域的相關研究顯示,收聽/看新聞的過程與閱讀不同,閱聽人並無法藉由重複閱讀來理解新聞內容;第二外語習得的學者認為聽力理解是主動的處理過程,這個資訊處理的歷程是傳播研究收訊分析取徑自1980年代以來所關注的焦點。鑑於第二外語習得的相關研究,並未觸及新聞文本對收聽新聞的影響,本研究試圖結合基模及理解理論,來探討新聞結構及議題顯著性對閱聽人理解及記憶英語新聞的影響。
    Mass commimication researchers have found that listeners, unlike readers, cannot digest news at their own pace, reread passages or check details. Listening comprehension is viewed as an active process by second language acquisition researchers. However no research has been done to clarify how listeners are affected by news genres. An experiment was conducted in which 134 National Chengchi University students were recruited as subjects and were presented with news stories in four different versions: Low salient/ pyramid, low salient/ inverted pyramid, high salient/ pyramid, and high salient/ inverted pyramid. The study found that subjects assigned to the inverted pyramid structure news condition comprehended better than those in the pyramid structure news condition. Subjects in the high salient issue condition remembered the news contents better than those in the low salient issue condition. These findings suggest that knowledge of news structure and prior information would facilitate listening comprehension.
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