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    Title: 危機情境與反應策略之研究—組織與受眾認知落差之分析
    Other Titles: A Study of Crisis Situations and Response Strategies: An Analysis of Perception Gaps between Organizations and Audiences
    Authors: 姚惠忠
    Yao, Hui-Chung
    Keywords: 危機溝通;危機情境;反應策略;情境認知落差;期望落差
    crisis communication;crisis situation;response strategy;situation gap;expectation gap
    Date: 2012-03
    Issue Date: 2016-05-11 16:26:47 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以實驗法,探討可能存在政府與民眾之間的各種認知落差。研究發現,情境認知落差與期望落差皆普遍存在,且這些落差顯著負向影響政府的聲譽,並顯著正向影響民眾的負面口碑。民眾會根據其情境認知產生相對應之期望,若官員只根據其情境認知而作出決策,當兩造情境認知產生明顯差異時,就會產生期望落差。本研究發現,情境認知落差的存在,是期望落差產生之根源,也是導致政府形象重挫的原因。
    This study employed an experiment to explore various types of perception gaps that exist between the government and people during the natural disaster in Chile. The auther find that there existed conspicuous situation gap and expectation gap. The auther also find that these gaps reverse the effects of the government’s image repair efforts. Due to the fact that both the public reactions and the governmental decisions are based on perceptions of situations, expectation gap is produced when the perceptions of the public and the government diverge. We find that situation gap leads to expectation gap, which explains why the government’s image collapsed.
    Relation: 公共行政學報, 42,73-98
    Journal of Public Administration National Chengchi University
    Data Type: article
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